im ready when you guys are to list the coins on the site mention above it cost 0.12 btc per coin for one month if you think its not worth its ok with me but we should at least get BKS on there if you have founds you can do it your self if you need the purchase link for the exchange listing let me know
info needed for listing each coins
name: B&C BlockShares
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currency website: https://bcexchange.org/ working
Block explore Link: https://bcblockexplorer.com/ appears down
source code link: https://bitbucket.org/JordanLeePeershares/bcexchange/src
launch forum thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1033773.0
and all extra information description ect
B&C Exchange, short for Blocks & Chains Decentralized Exchange, aims to be the Reddit of cryptoasset exchanges – simple, reputation-based, and easily accessible to everyone regardless of geographic location.
It will be developed by the same established team that has directed Peercoin and NuBits development, a group that includes well-known cryptocurrency experts such as Jordan Lee, sigmike and eramospunk. The experienced team of over ten contributors has successfully led three prior projects (Peercoin, NuBits, NuShares) into the top twenty-five assets by market cap on coinmarketcap.com.
B&C Exchange will be an open-source decentralized exchange that completes cryptocurrency trades between users by utilizing multisig signers that compete for blockchain rewards based on their effectiveness and honesty. Trades will occur using real cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and NuBits, as opposed to artificial proxy cryptoassets like those found in Nxt or BitShares.
A web based interface that will be familiar to users of centralized cryptoasset exchanges will be offered. Unlike centralized exchange websites, exchange operators will have zero access to funds and zero responsibility for customer account information. If an exchange website disappears suddenly, a user can simply go to another site that uses the same open source exchange software, or use another application that supports B&C Exchange and continue using the same account without interruption. This is because all account information will be stored on the blockchain, as the attached design document explains.
Equity ownership in B&C Exchange will be held by users who own “BlockShares (BKS)”. Users will pay transaction fees on the exchange with “BlockCredits (BKC)”. You will not need to own BlockShares to use BlockCredits, and vice versa. Profits from the sale of BlockCredits will be returned to BlockShares holders through a Bitcoin dividend mechanism in the protocol.
B&C Exchange will be fully controlled by everyone who owns BlockShares. For example, BlockShares holders can set the transaction fee cost (in BlockCredits) of using B&C Exchange, the number of multi-sig signers required to successfully conduct a trade (such as 7 out of 11 or 8 out of 15), and much more. It is expected that if B&C Exchange is successful, many BlockCredits will be purchased to transact on the exchange, and thus many Bitcoin dividends would be returned to BlockShares holders as a reward for operating a safe and convenient exchange.
In contrast to centralized exchanges, B&C Exchange will have:
Significantly less counterparty and theft risk because of the multi-sig capabilities of its design.
Far fewer operating expenses due to the absence of costs like employee salaries, supplies, and rent.
Lower trading fees for users if BlockShares holders choose to vote for competitive low transaction fees.
The ability to distribute Bitcoin dividends to all BlockShares holders from profits earned, using an existing dividend protocol mechanism present in the code of NuBits and NuShares.
B&C Exchange will also use NuBits to solve a major problem faced by decentralized exchanges – the inability to use stable fiat money. NuBits have closely held a 1.00 USD peg since September of 2014 and will be offered on B&C Exchange trading pairs as a synthetic substitute for US dollars. Because NuBits is a fork of Bitcoin and Peercoin, using NuBits will be a familiar experience for Bitcoin users. Substantial liquidity will be brought to the exchange through NuBit liquidity operations that have already been established.
B&C Exchange will be the trading platform where cryptocurrency trades are conducted. It is the primary trade name of the decentralized exchange.
BlockShares (BKS) are crypto-based equity in the B&C Exchange project. Owning BlockShares allows a user to receive blockchain-distributed dividends (paid in Bitcoin), from sales of BlockCredits. If you would like to see an example of a successful dividend distribution, you can see proof of a blockchain dividend paid to shareholders on the Nu network. It is expected that owning BlockShares will also allow a user to decide through blockchain voting many different operational functions of B&C Exchange, including the amount of BlockCredit transaction fees charged per trade.
BlockCredits (BKC) are the transactional tokens used on B&C Exchange to pay for trades. It is expected they will be sold for 1.00 USD per BKC by elected custodians. Similar to long-distance phone credits or postage stamps, no promises of future value will exist for BlockCredits. Paying for a BlockCredit simply entitles a user to conduct a certain amount of transactions on the B&C Exchange while it is operational. The amount of transactions that 1.00 BKC can complete depends on the amount of transaction fees required by the network as determined by BlockShares holders.
NuShare ownership grants the holder the ability to make financial decisions for the Nu network. By extension, BlockShare ownership grants the holder the ability to make decisions for the B&C Exchange network. This means that our fundraising was not a public IPO for a security; rather, it was an additional equity funding round for membership within a global distributed autonomous organization (DAO). To date, NuShares have provided DAO equity to users who act like managers to collectively make blockchain-based financial decisions about the Nu network through functions like custodial grants, parking rate votes, and motions. B&C Exchange will be a similar DAO with no national affiliation and no corporate structure or governance, instead relying on collaborative decision making through blockchain consensus. All BlockShareholders act as managers of their network, with no one shareholder having the ability to make a unilateral decision.
No price guarantees will ever be made about the future value of BlockShares and it would be unethical for us to do so. Interested parties only purchased BlockShares if they were fully aware of the risks of developing a new technology like B&C Exchange - up to and including a failure to create a working platform - and if they were comfortable with the existing online reputations and credibility established by B&C Exchange developers on past projects like Peercoin, NuBits, and NuShares.