Accounting for expenses in liquidity operations.
Nu Poloniex Gateway @jooize Hosting
Date: 2016–07–09 to 2017–01–09
Term: 6 months
Cost: 240 USD
2016–07–08 11:24 UTC
240 USD = 217.18 EUR = 0.356 BTC
0.4 BTC to exchange.
2016–07–09 12:31 UTC
240 USD = 217.18 EUR = 0.366 BTC 0.4 - 0.366 = 0.034
Return 0.034 BTC to Nu BTC @jooize.
to 2017-01-09 ？
Personal compensation paid to @jooize for all roles played in liquidity operations from July 5th to August 4th.
Transaction ID: 77aca9e1764f5a8fbd715593e57795656db3264640594b1ce282468904defa3a
The following accounts for two transactions made by myself that had not until now been reported.
These types of expenses were decided to be presented in aggregate each month, but the available information appears to me as such that doing so for these months offers no additional privacy and reduces verbosity of transparency.
1.22 BTC @jooize → Contractor
0.701 BTC @jooize → Contractor
Who is the contractor btw if you can reveal the name?
I will not reveal contractors’ identities.
0.7837 BTC @jooize → Contractor
Sure but what kind of contract work is it?
It’s about supporting other currencies i.e. ??-NBT and the contractor is @woolly_sammoth. Next time be more careful…
The only additional information I have given is the kind of work the contractors do. Should I have withheld that? I can’t hide information available elsewhere.
Both the privacy of contractors and financial transparency is important.
I don’t see any commits to NuBot in the month of October.
Also, I am not sure that the privacy of contractors trumps the transparency problem brewing in this community.
That worries me more.
It looks like it is not a fixed price contract looking at the payments. I’m fine with leaving out the rates of the developer and Jooize posting the payments as long as it is clear which work is been done even if it is retrospectively. Committing against a public repository should be easy and not a problem for any confident developer though.
Another solution is to do fortnightly commits retorspectively against a public repository as it appears he is paid fortnightly.
List US-NBT and NSR at Cryptopia
Amount: 1,000,000 DOT
0.25 BTC jooize → Cryptopia jooize
0.02752548 BTC remain at Cryptopia.