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My experience with the faa.st API and why you should probably avoid it.

A little over a year ago I discovered faast a new crypto swapping website from bitaccess, the folks that run a bunch of bitcoin ATMs. I tried it and I was very impressed with the selection of pairs and the speed of the swaps, but the fees felt a little high for me.
I stumbled on their API and in hopes I might be able to save myself some coin and maybe even earn some coin by integrating it into some projects I had gestating for awhile, I decided to sign up as an affiliate and build some test cases that utilized their API under conditions that simulate the real world as much as possible.
Because their sandbox was so limited I used their live endpoints for testing, creating 439 swaps and completing 43 of them over the course of a few months.
1 in 10 felt like a good number for completions, but I noticed the API would return 500 errors, mostly 503's if there were more than a couple of outstanding swaps. This could be an issue if integrated in an app that got popular because the app would need to call the endpoint for each unique user, but the API provides no way to distinguish new user, new swap vs existing user new swap. Ergo an API that silently limits the number of outstanding swaps, or having it throw an error would create a lot of issues for an end user of any app built on top if the app saw any real world usage at all.
After a few months of working with it, I realized it will probably never be reliable enough to work under real world loads so I abandoned it. But because I had completed 43 swaps I did leave some commissions on the table to the tune of 0.013 BTC about $50 ~ $65 at the time.
Last month while assessing my crypto positions I noticed the value of that position had climbed and realized it would be a shame to leave $100 on the table, but their affiliate system will not allow you to withdraw any commissions unless they exceed 0.015 BTC. So I decided to just do a few more big swaps to get my commission up to the minimum so I could get it off the table.
One of my swaps returned a USDC endpoint instead of TUSD, my code was not prepared for that and sent funds.
Once I realized what happened, I freaked out, but I was impressed with customer service's ability to deal with the situation quickly and in a professional manner.
Nevertheless I was left wondering why did the API return USDC on TUSD? Maybe a bug in my code, maybe a bug in theirs, I honestly don't know, but it spooked me and I decided to just get my money out as quickly as possible, so I performed more swaps in an effort to finally reach the minimum withdrawal amount.
After finally getting it up to the threshold, I initiated a withdrawal and I waited. Then I waited some more, then I waited some more.
Finally after 24hrs I decided to send an email to figure out where my money went.
I got passed from person to person, until Moe Adham finally responded.
I've been dealing with them for 3 days now. I've explained myself repeatedly, my potential use cases and the fact that I never built an app, but only some unit tests. I have yet to receive my money.
Here's the truth people. They do have an easy to use API. My experience is that it has been flaky and unreliable, when put into test cases meant to simulate reasonable use, but on the plus side it hasn't had major changes over the year and some of the flakiness might be due to a misconfigured proxy.
What concerns me the most is that they do ex-post facto reviews on apps prior to paying any earned commissions. I could understand this if the purpose were to see if the commissions were legitimately earned or not. But that's not the case here. All of my swaps initiated from the same IP address range and out of 43 swaps there were only 5 or 6 unique addresses, all of which I'm in control of.
So what faast is doing right now really does have all the hallmarks of a classic stall tactic.
First off, there are no questions about use cases asked before signup, and no approval or review process upfront. So why is there one on the backend AFTER commissions are earned, owed and payment expected?
Secondly, this review wasn't some sort of automated trigger caused by my first activity. It was only when trying to exit the platform that I started to get the third degree and it wasn't even my exit that triggered it. To get even this far in the process, it took me sending an email asking where the money went that I got any response at all. Had I not reached out to them, I doubt I would have heard anything back from them at all.
The experience hasn't all been bad and the company seems legit. faast is owned by the bitcoin ATM company bitaccess and as a result I don't think they are going away any time soon. Furthermore they are in fact responsive to emails which is more than I can say for most exchanges. And as I mentioned I had one swap go awry and they did handle it professionally rather than tell me "to bad, so sad, sux to be you" like a lot of exchanges do.
However if you are a developer and looking at their API with hopes of integrating it into anything I'd advise extreme caution.
  1. The API gets flaky under real world loads. The sandbox is severely limited.
  2. The required commission amount is higher than you could expect to earn in a reasonable time frame of a month to a quarter. Even setting my commission rate to the max of 5% in order to ensure I get to the threshold as quickly as possible, it took nearly a year to get there.
  3. They don't appear to be in a position to pay any commissions you would have otherwise earned. At least not without a lot of hassle. Nothing automated there.
  4. The ex-post facto review process seems to be put in place specifically to limit their need to payout.
    1. Their affiliate agreement which Moe was quick to point to, says they don't actually need to pay you the commissions you've earned. Should they, in their sole discretion decide not to pay up, then they owe you nothing.
As result I'd advise aspiring developers to look elsewhere.
If they do by some chance decide to pay me, I'll update this thread and let you know. But I know for my part at least, this is my exit and a warning to others to avoid faast .
Imagine putting in all the effort to develop a real world app, market it, build a user base and when it comes time to collect your earnings, you find out they aren't actually obligated to pay, don't want to pay and suddenly have "questions" about your app's usage of their API.
Imagine a review process where you are left trying to explain very simple concepts like unit testing to their ops manager Moe who appears to not understand the software development lifecycle nor why anyone would want to do unit and integration testing; Instead of intuitively understanding that test cases are required for any serious software he decides to call it spammy and abusive to have a 10% completion rate on swaps. I mean really, if this is a concern why are they not monitoring the endpoints and sending an email asking what's going on, during the actual development cycle? Why is it an issue only AFTER I ask for my money?
I don't know what's going on over there. But I'm writing off 0.015 BTC because I know its not likely to ever be returned. YMMV, but as for me, I felt I should give a review and advise caution.
Has anyone else had similar problems?
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Introducing Lendroid - Digital asset lending protocol and platform

Website: https://lendroid.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lendroidproject
Whitepaper: https://lendroid.com/assets/whitepaper.pdf
Pitch deck: https://lendroid.com/assets/lendroid-pitch-deck.pdf
Slack: http://slack.lendroid.com
Blog: https://blog.lendroid.com
Email: [email protected]
There is a need, and there will be a greater need for borrowing funds for short term not by pawning physical gold or a house but by pawning a digital asset.
Imagine opening a mobile app, depositing 20 REP / 10 MKR tokens and receiving 5 ETH / 100 USD-DC into your account that you can spend immediately. You pay back 5.01 ETH / 101 USD-DC in 10 days and receive your 20 REP / 10 MKR deposit back.
Individuals/Organizations can use Lendroid to raise funds as debt, leverage a trade position, avail a short term ‘payday loan’ style advance and more. No identity required and all on-chain without the need to trust a third party.
Lendroid is an open protocol based on the Ethereum blockchain that handles complete lifecycle of collateralized digital asset loans. Imagine ‘shapeshift’ where you deposit a token to receive another token, but with an option of getting back, the first token deposited, albeit for a short term.
A borrower can receive Ethereum based (ETH/ERC20) tokens (like ETH, USD-DC, etc.) by pledging some other Ethereum based tokens (like REP, SNGLS, DGX, DGD, etc.). The borrowed tokens come from lenders who expect to receive interest at a rate they choose.
Ecosystem synergy:
Lendroid makes no sense in the absence of other DApps and tokens on the Ethereum platform. But in combination with other DApps, the real power of the Lendroid can be realized. A few examples:
and more…
How Lendroid works?
A loan contract itself is pretty straight forward. But then, who fixes the terms of the loan? How do borrowers find and convince lenders? How do we make sure the borrower has the incentive to repay? What happens if the borrower fails to repay? etc
The Lendroid marketplace allows the creation of several loan markets. Lendroid support tokens(LST) are the native tokens of the Lendroid protocol. Market creators (Lendroid support token holders) propose new markets using a unique set of loan terms (combination of collateral type and ratio).
Lenders and guarantors discover, gather and pre-fund markets which offer loan terms they prefer (terms that they believe will keep the loan solvent, protect their investment and enable them to make money). Guarantors are LST holders who choose to extend support to markets that issue loans that they believe will remain solvent and payout properly, in which case they receive a portion of the interest. If the loan becomes insolvent, they stand to lose their deposit. It is a requirement for every loan to hold LSTs whose value is at least 20% of the borrowed value. The LST deposit acts as secondary collateral for the loan.
Borrowers show up, choose a market depending on the type of collateral they wish to lock, create a loan contract, deposit collateral as defined by the terms of the loan and receive the loan funds.
At the end of the loan period, the borrower has the option to extend the loan by adjusting the collateral locked or repay the loan along with the accrued interest, or stands to lose their collateral.
If the borrower fails to repay the loan, the primary collateral held in the loan in auctioned off. If the funds raised in the auction is insufficient to clear all obligations as much secondary collateral (Lendroid support tokens) is auctioned off to raise additional funds. If even after auctioning off all secondary collateral locked in the loan there are not enough funds to repay all the lenders, the losses get spread proportionately across all lenders, and the lenders are paid out.
The lenders receive two layers of protection for the funds they lend. One from the value of the primary collateral and another from the value of the secondary collateral. This process increases the confidence of lenders and reduces the lender’s market discovery burden.
It is a great pleasure to be part of the Ethereum community. We hope to continue receiving the support from the community. Let’s build Lendroid together!
A more detailed explanation of the design is available in the whitepaper. Do signup for our newsletter (https://lendroid.com) and make sure you follow us on Twitter (@lendroidproject) and help us spread the word. Please send in your feedback and comments through our slack channel or to [email protected], we are waiting to hear from you.
About myself: I am the architect and the project lead of Lendroid. Previously, I co-founded Bitaccess (a YCombinator backed Bitcoin ATM company, based in Ottawa, Canada) in 2013, scaled the BTM(bitcoin ATMs) network from 0 to 100. I designed Velocity, even though I decided to shut it down for reasons listed here (http://bit.ly/2o5eZJu), the project made me greatly understand the legal, crypto economic, technical and structural aspects of an open protocol project. We are at the beginning of a paradigm shift. December 2016, I decided to step down from my operational role at Bitaccess to dedicate my time to working on open protocols. I am happy to introduce Lendroid, a decentralized digital asset lending protocol and platform.
Blog post: https://blog.lendroid.com/introducing-lendroid-a4e257f54d76#.8b2bndcu7
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Mybtc.ca denial of service...

I made a bitcoin purchase using flexepin yesterday and my purchase was held for “security reasons”. Considering flexepin is basically cash, there’s no reason to hold it ever for any reason. Regardless, i emailed regarding the status and expressed my dissatisfaction. The sequence of events that followed was shocking to say the least...
Finally 10 hours later I received a reply to my inquiry. It sounded like it came from a 12 year old based on the content. And the prose and grammar further corroborated that I was not dealing with an experienced customer service rep.
I was informed that my unsatisfactory review on trustpilot.com was considered as a threat and or bullying behaviour... imagine that. They have cashed my voucher, replies to 10 emails yet still have not called me as their bizarre procedure dictates, before releasing the btc i paid for with a cash voucher.
They then said i would have to contact flexepin for a refund because they already cashed my voucher but refused to fill my order. (Keep in mind, at this time the value of my order was higher than when it was placed).
I appealed to them and offered to remove the negative review if they would just send the bitcoin i paid for. The response i got was unbelievable...
They told me to sleep on it and if i would apologize the next day for writing a bad review they would then fill the order that i paid for. You can’t make this stuff up. I’m dead serious.
Of course it gets worse. I offered to ignore the poor service and remove the negative review and even write a good one if they would just deliver the bitcoin i paid for. I said if they wouldn’t process my order I’d be forced to warn others of the malpractice at mybtc.ca...
You know what they did next? They sent an email to flexepin, cc to me, asking them NOT to restore the value of my voucher. That they would MAIL me a CHECK in 30 DAYS! Nowhere in all there terms or privacy policy does it mention anything like this. Furthermore, flexepin had already been contacted to restore the value of my voucher and these guys decided out of spite to ask flexepin not to and that they would send a check because they know i wanted my money.
Talk about petty, outrageous, spiteful, and childish customer service. These guys take the cake.
Upon further investigation, i learned they are very much associated with quadriga who is insolvent and will go bust any day now. I have inside info about quadriga and was horrified to learn that i had de facto, just done business with them and sure enough, had my money stolen.
Use bitaccess or quickbt. Don’t risk your money with these guys. I️ appealed to them to please just deliver the product and they asked me to get on my knees and apologize.
Buyer beware. They said the conversation was over and blocked me while still holding my money. Will update as this gets more ridiculous.
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Introducing Lendroid - Digital asset lending protocol and platform

Website: https://lendroid.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lendroidproject
Whitepaper: https://lendroid.com/assets/whitepaper.pdf
Pitch deck: https://lendroid.com/assets/lendroid-pitch-deck.pdf
Slack: http://slack.lendroid.com
Blog: https://blog.lendroid.com
Email: [email protected]
There is a need, and there will be a greater need for borrowing funds for short term not by pawning physical gold or a house but by pawning a digital asset.
Imagine opening a mobile app, depositing 20 REP / 10 MKR tokens and receiving 5 ETH / 100 USD-DC into your account that you can spend immediately. You pay back 5.01 ETH / 101 USD-DC in 10 days and receive your 20 REP / 10 MKR deposit back.
Individuals/Organizations can use Lendroid to raise funds as debt, leverage a trade position, avail a short term ‘payday loan’ style advance and more. No identity required and all on-chain without the need to trust a third party.
Lendroid is an open protocol based on the Ethereum blockchain that handles complete lifecycle of collateralized digital asset loans. Imagine ‘shapeshift’ where you deposit a token to receive another token, but with an option of getting back, the first token deposited, albeit for a short term.
A borrower can receive Ethereum based (ETH/ERC20) tokens (like ETH, USD-DC, etc.) by pledging some other Ethereum based tokens (like REP, SNGLS, DGX, DGD, etc.). The borrowed tokens come from lenders who expect to receive interest at a rate they choose.
Ecosystem synergy:
Lendroid makes no sense in the absence of other DApps and tokens on the Ethereum platform. But in combination with other DApps, the real power of the Lendroid can be realized. A few examples:
and more…
How Lendroid works?
A loan contract itself is pretty straight forward. But then, who fixes the terms of the loan? How do borrowers find and convince lenders? How do we make sure the borrower has the incentive to repay? What happens if the borrower fails to repay? etc
The Lendroid marketplace allows the creation of several loan markets. Lendroid support tokens(LST) are the native tokens of the Lendroid protocol. Market creators (Lendroid support token holders) propose new markets using a unique set of loan terms (combination of collateral type and ratio).
Lenders and guarantors discover, gather and pre-fund markets which offer loan terms they prefer (terms that they believe will keep the loan solvent, protect their investment and enable them to make money). Guarantors are LST holders who choose to extend support to markets that issue loans that they believe will remain solvent and payout properly, in which case they receive a portion of the interest. If the loan becomes insolvent, they stand to lose their deposit. It is a requirement for every loan to hold LSTs whose value is at least 20% of the borrowed value. The LST deposit acts as secondary collateral for the loan.
Borrowers show up, choose a market depending on the type of collateral they wish to lock, create a loan contract, deposit collateral as defined by the terms of the loan and receive the loan funds.
At the end of the loan period, the borrower has the option to extend the loan by adjusting the collateral locked or repay the loan along with the accrued interest, or stands to lose their collateral.
If the borrower fails to repay the loan, the primary collateral held in the loan in auctioned off. If the funds raised in the auction is insufficient to clear all obligations as much secondary collateral (Lendroid support tokens) is auctioned off to raise additional funds. If even after auctioning off all secondary collateral locked in the loan there are not enough funds to repay all the lenders, the losses get spread proportionately across all lenders, and the lenders are paid out.
The lenders receive two layers of protection for the funds they lend. One from the value of the primary collateral and another from the value of the secondary collateral. This process increases the confidence of lenders and reduces the lender’s market discovery burden.
It is a great pleasure to be part of the Ethereum community. We hope to continue receiving the support from the community. Let’s build Lendroid together!
A more detailed explanation of the design is available in the whitepaper. Do signup for our newsletter (https://lendroid.com) and make sure you follow us on Twitter (@lendroidproject) and help us spread the word. Please send in your feedback and comments through our slack channel or to [email protected], we are waiting to hear from you.
About myself: I am the architect and the project lead of Lendroid. Previously, I co-founded Bitaccess (a YCombinator backed Bitcoin ATM company, based in Ottawa, Canada) in 2013, scaled the BTM(bitcoin ATMs) network from 0 to 100. I designed Velocity, even though I decided to shut it down for reasons listed here (http://bit.ly/2o5eZJu), the project made me greatly understand the legal, crypto economic, technical and structural aspects of an open protocol project. We are at the beginning of a paradigm shift. December 2016, I decided to step down from my operational role at Bitaccess to dedicate my time to working on open protocols. I am happy to introduce Lendroid, a decentralized digital asset lending protocol and platform.
Blog post: https://blog.lendroid.com/introducing-lendroid-a4e257f54d76#.8b2bndcu7
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[ALTCOIN ASSEMBLY WEEKLY - BCAP] June 2, 2017

Good morning all, I am submitting our Altcoin Assembly Weekly two days early because of some prior committments this coming Sunday. Enjoy! And as always, looking forward to some great discussion around this.
Our focus this week is on Blockchain Capital.
Blockchain Capital (www.blockchain.capital) (formerly Crypto Currency Partners) is a venture capital company that invests in blockchain related companies. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California. It was founded in October 2013 by Bart Stephens, Bradford Stephens and Brock Pierce. To say they invest in blockchain related companies is an understatement. They ONLY invest in ventures inside the space. As of now anyway, who knows if that may change in the future. They are one of the few VCs that do this.
Bart and Brad are brothers who have been involved in the financial sector for quite some time. Bart started his career at e-trade in the FinTech sector while his brother was a former hedge fund manager at Fidelity. They also ran one together for ten years.
Brock Pierce is someone that you may know as Chairman of the Bitcoin Foundation. All three combined bring a wealth of experience to the venture. Having a quick look at their advisory board, it reads names like Vinny Lingham, Bobby Lee and Charlie Lee among traditional financial corporate heavyweights. Entrepreneur and self titled Disruptepreneur, Jeremy Gardner resides at Blockchain Capital as well. He is an Augur co-founder.
They are currently invested in 40+ companies and have a proven record of exits as well. See below this post for their current holdings and past acquisitions which are publicly available.
Another part of their business is money management, usually for family offices, high net worth individuals including 25 Bitcoin CEOS.
The aim of Blockchain Capital is to invest in early stage fundraising, meaning they will meet with teams that may only have a small group of devs and a PowerPoint presentation. That’s a great position to be in since this is where the most money can be made if prospects can pass their criteria. Primarily, they want to see strong engineering teams with a proven track record of success. The opportunities need to lie in places where there is a large total available market, have an engineering advantage or a new business model that sits overtop free to use hardware/software models. Go big or go home right? Investing in A, B or C round is something they don’t ignore either.
Their ICO has happened already (April 10 to May 17, 2016) and it was successful. Their ticker is BCAP, an Ethereum based smart contract token. They raised $10MM in 6 hours, self-proclaiming they were oversold. This is 20% of the total funds they are raising. The rest will come through traditional channels and will not have a token. Though their token supply is also 10MM, valuing each $1.00. As of this (Sunday, June 4, 2017, the value of BCAP is currently $1.73.
The token represents an indirect fractional non-voting economic interest in Blockchain Capital. The sales were only available to accredited investors. Interested parties had to submit documentation to confirm their identity and net worth/income. A complete turnaround from how ICOs are usually currently conducted. They could be setting the way for how future sales happen. Keep in mind this isn’t a completely new concept. From what I know, they have been in touch with the Federal Reserve on how to structure this so I feel it wasn't done blindly or without guidance.
What they did here was disrupt the very industry they work in. And why wouldn’t they try to? It makes perfect sense. Why wait for someone else to do it? Your local cab company didn’t start Uber. Netflix isn't owned by Blockbuster. Look where those two are now. One is struggling to catch up and the other is defunct. This is a perfect example of a firm who sees blockchain technology as both a threat and an opportunity.
The funds raised from their ICO will be split 50/50. Half will be for new ventures. The remaining for follow-up investments.
Their token grants holders a portion of the profits earned by their investment fund. They wish to spread $500,000 per investment which means 20 deals at that rate. Blockchain Capital will take a 2.5% management fee from that plus a 25% performance fee calculated on the returns. The remainder of the profits will be distributed to the token holders.
Further, a token buyback provision will also enable them to purchase tokens on the open market. This would be in the event that their market value tumbles below their net asset value.
I’m curious to hear your thoughts on this. As mentioned, this isn't an ICO we're used to seeing although this isn't the first of its kind. I do not own any BCAP and I’m hoping u/laughncow can add something here given that he met and spoke with Brock Pierce at his party in NYC during Consensus 2017.
Portfolio includes: o Coinbase – (https://www.coinbase.com) o ABRA - (https://www.goabra.com/) o AlphaPoint -(https://alphapoint.com/) o Bitaccess - (https://www.bitaccess.co/) o BitFury - (http://www.bitfury.org/) o BitGo - (https://www.bitgo.com/) o Blade - (http://www.bladepayments.com/) o BitPesa - (https://www.bitpesa.co/) o BLOCKCYPHER -(http://www.blockcypher.com/) o Blockstream - (http://www.blockstream.com/) o BTCC - (https://www.btcchina.com/) o Chain - (https://chain.com/) o Civic - (https://www.civic.com/) o ETHCORE - (https://parity.io/) - Led by Gavin Wood, with Fenbushi who VB is a partner in o Expresscoin - (https://www.expresscoin.com/) o Gem - (https://gem.co/) o Go - (https://www.gocoin.com/) o itBit - (https://www.itbit.com/) o Kraken - (https://www.kraken.com/) o LedgerX - (https://ledgerx.com/) o Noble - (http://noblex.io/) o PEERNOVA - (http://peernova.com/) o Ripple - (https://ripple.com/) o SFOX - (https://www.sfox.com/) o SNAPCARD – (https://www.snapcard.io/) o Stampery - (https://stampery.com/) o Stem - (http://stem.is/) o String - (http://string.technology/) o TIERION - (https://tierion.com/) o WAVE - (www.wavebl.com/) o Xapo - (https://xapo.com/es/) o zenbox o zipzap - (http://zipzapinc.com/) o ShapeShift - (https://shapeshift.io/) o Ox - (https://0xproject.com/)
Exits include: o Authy – Acquired by Twilio o Bex.io - Acquired by Klinch o Bitnet - Acquired by Rakuten o ChangeTip - Acquired by Airbnb o Coinsetter - Acquired by Kraken
Side note: Had you not participated in the ICO for whatever reason, they also have an AngelList network that allows smaller investors to get in on their deals with as little as $1K. I think this is smart on their part to extend and flex their financial reach. You can visit their page here, (https://angel.co/blockchain-capital)
Edit: Formatting
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