I recently went through https://bcexchange.org/ again quickly.
Here is are quick remarks and feedbacks about it, nothing exhaustive. (Quick context: I manage a department where we build from scratch software products)
I’m sure you guys need more implementation help than just feedback, but for whether it’s used or not I though I would post it here anyway.
- Great overall look. Great logo.
- Clear layout.
- Clear and focused catchphrase. Easy to understand. But even-though “decentralized” is common word, a “mass market” user might not grasp the merits for an exchange to be “decentralized”.
What I think is missing to make it perfect is more user-oriented guidance, that would be very practical, easy to understand, short and focused and probably casual.
So here is a suggestion:
Top menu on the home page
[Overview/FAQ] <- new section
[Download] <- could be good to add a download section down the homepage and link to it from the top menu to make the top menu even more focused
- Add current status and Release date (or ETA of it)
- Add “Why do we need a client and why the exchange not online like other exchanges?”
- [Windows] [Linux] [Code]
Answer the following questions:
- How do we trade? Step-by-step guide?
- What are blockcredit? Why do we use them for?
- What are blockshare? Why do we use them for?
- What is blockshare minting, who can do it?
- If I just mint BKS, will that give me BTC dividends?
Just my 2 cents,
I really like the Peercoin, Peershares, NuShares and B&C networks. Really cool job.