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Aaron Surfs
20:32:31

Promise?

Just a matter of patience

Anonymouse joined the group
Oxi Aziz
20:36:36

Hey guys ico holder here

Oxi Aziz
20:36:48

Havent checked in for a while in here

Oxi Aziz
20:37:2

But close follower of the dutch group

Oxi Aziz
20:37:30

Gotta say they are so toxic im wondering if al rumours are true

Oxi Aziz
20:37:57

Is herb still managing this shitshow?

Oxi Aziz
20:38:3

With gifs?

how would you know you just joined?

Oxi Aziz
20:38:11

Had to see it for my own

you can see for yourself

on github if you want or wherever

do you need someone to tell you yes or no?

Oxi Aziz
20:38:39

Nah just confirmed it by checking the members

Oxi Aziz
20:38:43

Thank you and good luck

Oxi Aziz
20:38:50

Html5 wallet summer 2020

maybe 2022

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
20:41:14

Confirmed what?

confirmed troll

Steven
20:45:19

+

Bananaman
20:46:24

Too optimistic!

Steven
20:52:15

-

How is Ralphie

Steven
20:54:22

Don't know. He's imaginary.

O OK well then we could imagine he's doing fine. Good grades at school etc

Steven
20:56:26

He shot himself in the eye with a BB gun once...

Jesus what a moron

mcub3d
20:59:41

Is it still possible to buy wgr and stake for masternode/Oracle?

Tymek
21:0:10

Yes, why would it be not possibke?

mcub3d
21:0:45

Bridge closed? Max number of master nodes reached?

Tymek
21:1:55

Masternodes are unlimited, only oracles have a limit but they are not available yet. There are a few exchanges: crex24 and coinsuper are the biggest

w00dy
21:2:56

no

mcub3d
21:3:13

Ok thank you

Where have all the random haters come from???

mcub3d
21:4:28

Once Oracles become available, how does one ensure they are "in"?

Never said a word for 2 yrs then come in saying "I invested in ico..."

w00dy
21:5:53

meet the requirements if it be api access data or what not

w00dy
21:5:59

right now all mn share the oracle rewards

w00dy
21:6:4

*currently

mcub3d
21:6:46

K thanks

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
21:7:25

Check out ionomy if you’re looking for small amounts there a mm bot

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
21:8:0

Also free hosting ationomy.comwith code WGRTELEGRAM

CoinSoup
22:16:52

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CoinSoup
22:17:20

Is that necessary?

How far are we with the final build before public test?

CoinSoup
22:18:48

Is that necessary?

clsoe

CoinSoup
22:20:45

Close is better than soon !

+

Pauly ace
22:31:3

You misunderstood, we are close to soon!

Pauly ace
22:33:10

What would make people decide to come out today and sell a ton. Sitting for 2 years and then today of all days say, "That's it, had enough."

Pauly ace
22:33:24

Don't get it

we've never been closer ! but yeah, some people will sell at anytime for whatever reason. doesn't mean anything long term

JamesFranco
22:37:54

Is anyone else crex order book all jacked up? Only showing like three buy orders.

Joe Clay
22:38:47

same here

Pauly ace
22:38:51

Something is wrong with that

mine went down but is correct in my balance

dunno

Pauly ace
22:47:5

Anyone in here have buys or sells in?

Pauly ace
22:47:16

I don't keep anything over there

i have both

Pauly ace
22:47:51

Are they on the board?

Pauly ace
22:48:23

I am showing bid 944 ask 1308

i see same no i havent put themback up yet need to but mobile an dhate doing orders mobile hja

BasedGod
22:50:49

All of my open orders were cancelled

JamesFranco
23:3:13

Same. Weird.

Hope Anna Prayor
23:19:35

That would explain why there's no support on the books lol

WAGERR THIS
23:26:15

The QT wallet betting function should NOT have massive human inputs, if it does then it's interesting to learn. I asked previously and didn't get an answer - what do humans need to do (other than enter events, and check Oracle match results for accuracy) in the QT-wallet system? As for "lets move on".....we're all sitting here waiting for release of the new html5 wallet, waiting and waiting, I don't see anything wrong with discussing the team's decisions on how to move forward (with or without betting active) and also learn about how actual humans are involved in the eco-system. I am happy to chat about things, good and bad, as long as the discussion remains civil.

WAGERR THIS
23:27:56

We're all hopeful the html5 wallet will be a big improvement. I thought the QT system was excellent, but understand how newbies to WGR perhaps wouldn't take the time to get past the clunky interface. For most of my peers (who are generally not terribly interested in crypto) buying BTC is the obstacle, not using a QT wallet.

Steven
23:32:22

Crex has done that once before that I've seen... dunno if it was a system crash or what but dropped all buy and sell orders across the board. Every coin/token on their site. It throws everything off for a while before the orders settle in to where they were previously.

Paul F
23:33:50

Confirmed -- all my active orders on Crex dissappeared

Paul F
23:34:12

This is exactly the type of stuff that makes me nervous about exchanges

I think most people think the new electron wallet is just a pretty skin. the core coin code is also fundamentally different

x10

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
23:43:13

When they upgrade it maybe? Annoying. On the other hand, it’s better that they aggressively clear orders, than announcing bankruptcy and no fiat withdrawals but *not* cancelling all orders (Trebit exchange), which effectively f***s users with standing offers. Is there a status account we can follow or something to know when this happens? Hate to miss the dip like last time. 😂

Steven
23:45:6

I've got some Alpha Coin (picked up with spare sats here and there) and missed out on over a 4,000% jump as a result of the chaos... :(

Mine as well

Anonymouse joined the group
S.A.
0:0:25

Hi, maybe a frequently annoying question, but: i had my wagerr (coins/tokens, idk) on tidex, and since tidex had delisted wagerr i send all the assets to my waves lite client. And now i cant send it anymore to an other exchange. It says invalid address. Can someone please help me?

w00dy
0:2:4

the swap ended many months ago

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
0:3:13

Tidex decided to ignore Wagerr requests to notify users and delist the WGR-Waves token prior to the Waves swap deadline, instead choosing to be lazy and fuck its users. Sorry, your coins are worthless.

S.A.
0:4:7

So i cant do anything?

Bill
0:4:56

Nope. Your out of luck at this stage.

S.A.
0:8:51

But how do i know if my wagerr assets are tokens or coins?

f222
0:9:17

can sell on waves if there is a bid

S.A.
0:10:0

Ah but there is no opportunity to send them from waves to somewhere else?

WAGERR THIS
0:12:24

If they are on Waves, they are tokens (fake wagerr). It was announced last October that the last chance to transfer from Waves to Mainnet (real WGR coins) would end mid-February. Since mid-Feb all WGR tokens on Waves are basically worthless. There were about 16 million (out of 200 million original coins from the ICO) that were left stranded on Waves. Plenty of notice was given about the transfer deadline, but unfortunately some people didn't pay that much attention. Sorry for the bad news.

WAGERR THIS
0:13:47

Groovy! Would you be interested to briefdly summarize the core coin code changes?

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
0:23:7

Sorry, dude. Official swap gateway shut down permanently. Tidex was fully negligent. I’d call your local securities regulator and file a formal complaint. If it was a lot of money at the time of swap deadline ($.08 or $.09 per WGR I think it was?) I’d consider legal action, but might not be worth the cost and hassle, since their location (Gibraltar) probably has no with legitimate court system or regulatory framework to deal with this kind of crime.

AtomSmasher [ionomy.com] No DM
0:24:4

Sorry, dude. Official swap gateway shut down permanently. Tidex was fully negligent in how they handled this event which they knew about months in advance. I’d call your local securities regulator and file a formal complaint. If it was a lot of money at the time of swap deadline ($.08 or $.09 per WGR I think it was?) I’d consider legal action, but it might not be worth the cost and hassle, since their location (Gibraltar) probably has no with legitimate court system or regulatory framework to deal with this kind of crime.

michael mattson
0:31:46

Soon.

w00dy
0:34:31

data takes less space on chain, opcode structured in a way that will allow h2h to be built on top, odds updated much more often, ability to scale events, three markets in sports that support them.

w00dy
0:34:33

and others

Brian Hobson
0:38:35

Dude. You are an idiot. The price is falling because more people are selling than buying. If you still believe price reaction is based on some substantive, tangible event in this market, you are a fool. Unlike most products, demand will be driven in wagerr by product use. Betting is not live now as we await a wallet that will drive more users. When it unveils, people will bet (more than on QT). To bet, you must buy wagerr. That demand drives price. You are either a fool or you know this and are spreading Bs to FUD the project. Either way. Go away.

jlib01
0:40:29

Dude. For every seller there is a buyer.

Brian Hobson
0:47:46

Sure. It’s about the order book. If sellers are driving demand (meaning buyers are participating due to falling price) then the price continues to drop. If buyers drive demand then price lifts as people sell into the up current. How many people on here got new MNs at .06. That’s merely because sellers were willing to unload. Those buyers don’t exist without sellers dumping. They didn’t buy them at .12. I understand there are two sides to the equation. The real upside comes when price means nothing due to the use case. You want to bet so you buy wagerr. Whether it’s 5$ a wagerr or .04 it doesn’t matter. You just want to bet and .5 wagerr for 100$ or 2000 wagerr for 100$ makes no difference. The bet amount is the same. This is what ICOs did for eth. You wanted a .05 cent alt coin. So you bought ethereum at 1k and swapped into the altcoin. As long as ethereum stayed at 1k for the ten minutes you had it, you were ambivalent to it’s price. Alt swaps drove demand outside the holder framework. Tons of ethereum was bought by people with no plans of holding for long term. This is the point. Once buyers are buying to bet and sellers are stingy looking for profit, wagerr will take off. New wallet coming soon.

WAGERR THIS
0:52:56

Here's an idea for a future addition. It would be interesting if there were a free "faucet" that gave away 200 "TestWGR" to whoever requested it. The application could be sort of what we expect to see once html5 enters public beta. The TestWGR could be used in the exact same method as real WGR, and it would allow the user to bet, and receive TestWGR winnings, but it would of course be worthless. If this funciton existed, curious outsiders could try the faucet to play with the WGR ecosystem for free, and if they like it they could then go to Crex24 (or wherever) and buy some real WGR. Basically, a way to kick the WGR tires without spending any real money.

jlib01
0:54:8

Good idea, but who's going to pay for all that development?

jlib01
0:56:40

One would assume the Wagerr team is rather busy getting the core wallet figured out