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@muratright now you'd need to create a category, name it, and then the option shows up. currently we don't support sharing the default "uncategorized" list, requires a bit of dev time for that to work.
@fl@murat In a perfect world I'd like to be able to set the frequency of the emails, or to have them group all together and send out at certain intervals. Instead of getting a couple dozen emails throughout the day with one or two stocks in each. #feedback
BrianBitcoinBull@murat Na, any exchange, Coinbase, Kracken, Bitfinex, Poloniex, etc takes a fee. Especially the ones like Bitfinex, Poloniex, Shapeshift etc that specialize swaping between the different Cryptos. All those when you transfer currencies in they sit in a pool until they are withdrawn.
@murat@BrianBitcoinBull i understand but that is not fundamental to the bitcoin/ethereum infrastructure. miners take an exchange fee for every blockchain transaction. any other fee that the exchanges take would be their own addition for their services.
@murati see what you mean, i'm sure exchanges make a lot of money, however cryptocurrencies will continue to rely on miners to process transactions (even after there are no more "coins" left to mine, blocks continue getting mined) and tx fees will continue to be an incentive for miners, just wanted to clarify that
@muratyes @Newton, the agreed upon rules, which defines the standardized software that everybody runs to process and verify transactions, says that each discovered "block" rewards the miner X number of coins. for bitcoin it has been agreed that a block generates 50 coins in the beginning and gets halved every couple years, until it reaches zero (which it actually does unlike achilles and the tortoise :p). miners dont get to change this number because their mined blocks would get rejected by all other miners, and the transaction would be ignored, due to the longest blockchain diverging (forking) away from the faulty block.
@CriticalInvestorEarnings are actually $15B, I asked @murat to edit my comment. Well government through operator NAM pays some money but very very little. There have been protests and documentaries lately, and finally it seems there will be a bit more compensation. But still by far not enough. It is a disgrace for a supposedly civilized democracy like ours.
@murat@Andrew excellent catch. looks like that trade came in, and then got deleted. we are looking into it. it may have been an explicit delete sent to us by the exchange, however we're confirming what happened to make sure we didn't mishandle the data