Re : Current FTC admin and development information
Over the years the forum has been redesigned to be more amenable to allowing members to know or get involved in development projects. It has always been good at allowing moderators to give support. It is more tricky with development as there is knowledge barriers, so we’ve tried to pull information together.
We are also starting to document the full “fork process and FTC variables” so the move from 0.9.6 to 0.13 can be more transparent. @cookieboy is already helping with an auto build system, which will release time from that, to work on catching up with head
The need to be visible online is really a must to become a successful affiliate partner. I started to gain interest with online earning when I used PayCo. This website is an online processing platform like PayPal and Skrill. Since PayCo is new, many people don’t know them yet. And it’s great opportunity to become their affiliate. I’m sure to have lots of recruit because most of my friends use other payment processor for their trading activities.
PayCo is one payment processor that I highly recommend to all online merchants. This one has nice services and has security as their top priority. They are now gaining popularity especially in Asia and the Middle East. PayCo offer services to any country around the world except for the US. PayCo is neat and easy to use website which means that merchants out there wil never find it hard to organize and trasck down their transaction because of their orderly website interface.
Coinpayments is setting out to raise capital needed to develop our platform and expand our team to the next level. We invite you to join this revolution with us as we set out to raise money with our active campaign using http://BNKtotheFuture.com investments platform.
CoinPayments is a leading Fintech company in the rapidly changing payments sector.
We believe in payment diversity and have created an open and democratic platform
that enables customers to spend and merchants to accept 100’s of new and innovative coins from Litecoin, Ripple, Startcoin and now the first to accept Ether…
In order to stay relevant you need to embrace constant change and we have built our platform on this core business philosophy. Open and democratic payments is the most robust and profitable model for the future.
I agree, fees need to be on a list of FTC custom parameters, so we can set them appropriately and transparently. This was envisaged as part of the 0.9.6 to 0.11 / 0.13 update.
This is a good idea. I feel like each crypto has a number of parameters that make it unique in comparison to others but a lot of these are hard to discover. Maybe we should have a list of things like reward per block, block times, block size, retarget time, fees, TXs per block (average/max), TXs per second (average/MAX), etc. These stats should be listed on the website and/or here to be easily found.