1. I had the same issue with the card. I replaced the card for the same reasons and after it was replaced, and the new card was activated, I was still charged for transactions that were applied to the old card. I called coinbase and they acted like I was confused and what was happening, wasn’t happening. I tried explaining their system must have been glitching out because the transactions were charged to the old card - reason I knew this was because one of the transactions was an autopay from one of my payees. They never did anything and didn’t take time to look into it.

  2. If I could have something it would be for prices to be actually live time and not have to refresh. This is the biggest disadvantage we have against arb bots that use direct interfaces to the blockchain to query data, but is easier said than done and also complicates UX. Perhaps enabling it as an advanced trader feature like Astroport has so that you could disable warnings and confirmations and 1 click trade as well.

  3. I checked this out and connected my wallet, but it says I have zero available Luna 2.0? I should have something, I bought into Luna after the crash and have held it ever since, so I don't understand why I would not be airdropped anything. Any ideas?

  4. The ratio of post Luna to regular Luna was something like 69,000 : 1

  5. Agreed. No one is going to trust the new project coin if they can’t trust this one will be fixed and repaired. Terra needs to start by burning as many coins as possible and buying back as much as they can. What’s to say the same thing happens to the new coin - history will tell us they will look to just replace the coin again (or run for the hills). No one will trust the project unless they fix what broke. It won’t be easy, but it’s the only way.

  6. I 100% agree with you. The guy honestly needs to be replaced or the project is dead. He is so concerned with replacing the chain instead of fixing it, which makes zero sense. What reassurances are they giving people to invest in the new coin? They haven’t even put forth a plan to fix the exploit, so like I mentioned before, what’s to prevent it from happening again on the new chain? Nothing. I have zero faith in him or project if he’s going to be lead guy. There’s a difference in being confident and arrogant/cocky. To be honest, I don’t blame anyone who pumps and dump the new coin because it can never be a long term investment… it can literally crash at any moment and the founder will just look to replace it again.

  7. Maybe Osmosis wants to stay off the CEXs and do their own thing?

  8. Is there a benefit to voting on the rollout poll by pool, instead of voting to roll it out to all OSMO pools when it’s available?

  9. The ratio of tokens will vary depending on the ratio of price between them. This is called Impermanent Loss. The pool automatically swapped some of the OSMO for HUAHUA to keep your value made up 50/50 of each token. If HUAHUA goes up and OSMO goes down the reverse will happen.

  10. Thanks for the quick response and information. When adding liquidity to a pool, a user has the option to only add a single asset (for example, just huahua). If the pool automatically adjusts the totals to account for prices changes, is there a benefit in adding two assets instead of just one? Also, what’s is the trigger for the system to begin adjusting the amount of coins? Does it get triggered when the ratio hits 49/51 or does it have a greater tolerance than that? Like 48/52, etc.?

  11. I would offer that OSMO by its nature is a bit less volatile because many here stake or go in 2 week pools. Also, we have less paper hands holding OSMO, not being on coinbase ect. Most here are in it for the long haul IMO.

  12. Agreed. It would be nice to know how many users/coins are bonded in each 1/7/14 day bonding period for each pool. I know it gives the total for pool at the bottom and a breakdown of what you have, but it would also be nice to know how much is bonded in each option. Is this already available and I’m just missing it?

  13. Part of me is like 'yay, increased adoption!', the other part is like 'well maybe if we lost a COUPLE users it wouldn't be bad, I do like higher APRs' haha

  14. From what I can tell the only way to do that with Coinbase is to swap to ATOM then sell for fiat once transfered to Coinbase.

  15. You can also spend the atom after sending it to Coinbase by using the Coinbase card. You also get up to 4% back in your choice of crypto when you use the card. This way you also avoid paying fees to convert to USD, and also prevents you having to wait for it to deposit in your checking account.

  16. Oh for real? I thought there was a fee associated with using a crypto as payment for the coinbase card except for USDC. And even then anytime I try to swap ATOM (or any crpyto) to USDC it applies the coinbase fee as if I was selling to fiat.

  17. That’s true. The fee is 3% to spend anything besides USDC so your NET cash back is actually 1% which is not bad either. It is convenient though.

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