I actually noticed myself using we the other day and was like hope that’s not staking claim on something that is not mine. Glad to hear the engineers would actually prefer this!
I think it’s quite telling the phraseology people use.
Ppl saying “they” probably don’t feel part of the community, like it’s not also their project.
Although I realised I used both in one post not too far back.
36 posts were split to a new topic: Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake
What do you mean by this?
Means that my post was a desire for tighter integration with the community in 2020. Not a timescale for launch or not
Thanks for the kind explanation. This is a way better reply.
“More interestingly, Omni Core 0.7.0 enables the building of an on-chain decentralized exchange. The new version of the Omni protocol allows users to trade any on-chain asset for Bitcoin.”
Omni always had a dex didn’t it?
There was one years ago.
It was a pita to use and no one used it.
Edit: iirc you had to use mastercoin ( omni ) to transact on it before and not btc
Yes it’s about the possibility to trade BTC directly against MAID for example, which is very interesting for us. There is some more info at the end of this omni blog:
Real shame for people in the states, if its accessible through tor that should help, but brings risk of mitm and exit node attack.
Possibly a vpn will be enough for anyone to be able to use it.
So as a US citizen what should I do with my maid stored on omniwallet?
You can still use the wallet. It’s about the dex (which no one uses)
Not that this really effects US holders at all but it does remain harder and harder for people from the US to buy, hold and sell MAID and it feels as if they really don’t care that we don’t have any really good options to do so which is unfortunate, especially if we eventually want growth. Hard to have great organic growth when you leave out 330 million people in the richest country in the world.
Feels like who don’t really care?
If you have some viable options to suggest I’m sure our group would be glad to pursue it.
If a country makes things difficult for their residents, it’s not always a simple thing to resolve.
If by “they” you mean the people working at Maidsafe, I think they care quite a bit about the people in both North Korea and the USA, but there is not a whole lot they can do about how these governments rule their subjects.
Well the US certainly has made it more difficult and certain states regulations on top of that, however, binance, Kraken and other exchanges are still used to the best of my knowledge in the US and it is also just a general comment about the lack of ability to get MAID on more exchanges even if the US market is being left out of it for the time being. I’m certainly not knowledgeable enough to speak to the DEX and potential for MAID itself to have its own exchange but it seems as if there was some decent options and the desire to grow those to more options was never taken seriously.
Yes rules in the US are certainly more difficult but there are still places that it could be bought on. Pretty sad when I’m terms of crypto NK and the US have more similarities than not huh.
I also realize there is real cost involved in all of this but I would assume places like South Korea, Europe, US ect. Have to be top of mind for access if you want the network and purchasing of MAID to take off.