Can you at least consult with me
...before editing "every" thing I write. Isn't that the point of this being a community wiki and not a centralized wiki?
Why did you rename the PS Coin page (see how I'm consulting first before just undo-ing)?
Additionally, I changed the "planned" template you edited back to "soon" which I originally had made - there is a very literal distinction between those words. Planned would imply uncertainty. We've already tackled the sufficient regulatory hurdles necessary, minus one additional step which we're in the process of completing now.
- Is PS Coin really called "PS Coin - incentivized exchange"? They write that down as their name all the time? If it is, go ahead and put it back.
- Also, "Planned" does not imply uncertainty. It is only used when implementation is imminent. Taras (talk) 14:37, 9 February 2015 (UTC)
One thing that might cause trouble: Mark started bitcoin.it and tried to get everyone to move to it, but there was a period of time when it was uncertain whether the community would want to switch from the old wiki to this one, so the two wikis competed for a time (perhaps as long as a month or two). Therefore, there might be some edit conflicts that can't be easily resolved. Then again, both wikis had very low activity at the time, so maybe there won't be any conflicts. theymos (talk) 06:41, 8 March 2015 (UTC)
- I've trimmed any revisions that occurred after Mark started bitcoin.it, leaving the ones that were present in the text that you imported in 2010. I'm pretty sure everything will be alright. Taras (talk) 15:52, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
Comparison of VPS providers list
I see the list of hosting providers providing VPS is disappeared because there is no body to take care. If it is possible, Can I take the charge of that page ?
I promise that I will not be biassed and I will be neutral to the list.
If it is possible, Can I also get the last list prepared to make a new list ?
Adding new exchanges
Could you please add our exchange service 247exchange.com to the list? We're fixed-rate exchange. We accept credit & debit cards (prepaid ones are also supported), bank wire transfer, SEPA, express cash transfers (through MoneyPolo system and its partners), etc. Our service is easy-to-use, even for newbies, having 24/7 support and detailed knowledgebase. No need to create additional payment accounts or wallets with our service. Verification is required. The service isn't available in USA yet.