@daWallet im sure people have space for the download size, also I can't wait til you embed it with Chromium, gl
Sorry, I thought it uses the default browser you set in your windows settings, like how my main web browser is Chrome rn
@luxe Almost exactly like that. I don't know much about bitsquare, but that sounds like the idea that I had in my mind. I see that it has already been done to an extent. With bitsquare, are people allowed to chose the amount they want to send and receive? Or is that determined by the current price of the coins themselves?
@Gadrah_ Pretty much what @luxe said, except that my train of thought was on the user's price value of coins, not the deterministic nature of coin values based on BTC. Of course, I was thinking of this platform being a way to get into and try different coins, but it is all good.
@newsense2004 Yes, sometimes people dont check their assets until the dividends are paid. So, maybe if you post that you want to buy some here in the forum with x number of shares with x amount of burst, someone might check your buy order in their wallets
@crowetic it seems like buying assets on the exchange would be a good idea, but I'm afraid too many people will buy all the remaining assets and sell them for double within hours of anything trustworthy being released. I would gladly invest in Bursteam and byteent, and i do, but the price for most "cloud mining" like assets is too high to ever ROI.