I support both. It is not only about code, but also users/brand.
I voted yes to this project but then I came across this link relating to your platform. Can you please address the points raised. @ggololicic
The issues have now largely been resolved. We've posted a short status update here:
Their platform doesn't work with people reporting lost and stuck funds. See link just from today.
Are you kidding?? The above link has nothing to do with lost and stuck funds!
No funds have been lost at GateHub.
Some transactions do take somewhat longer than usual to get processed, but this is the case with other exchanges as well, even the big ones (e.g. at Poloniex all ETC withdrawals were disabled for the whole day yesterday), and has a lot to do with the recent delays on the Bitcoin network itself.
Such completely untrue allegations from members of the DASH community benefit no-one.
There are other links on ripple reddit reporting similar issues. This was just a link From today.
All issues I could see mentioned on Reddit are issues from user not fully understanding how Ripple works (just like the one from your link). This will be cleared up by GateHub's support team.
All exchanges always have pending user support requests -- this is a normal situation and in itself doesn't mean there is anything wrong with the exchange. You will find similar posts about Poloniex, Kraken, Bitstamp.. every exchange, at any time, and especially now.
Such requests of course grow enormously when there are many new users to the platform that are not yet familiar with the technology, and this is exactly what happened on GateHub last week.
If you could give us a sense of the scale of future oriented plans and new resources to resolve the current issues, and more importantly, prevent/minimize future similar problems. Quantified numbers, even better.
Thanks in advance
130,000 Gatehub users now. How could anybody in their right mind hesitate on this proposal yet vote for circuses and airshows?Voted yes. This is the type of integration we need to keep banging out. 100,000 gatehub users, $2M/day in existing volume.. It's not just about the dev work on this one.
The guy is going to hopefully make some money off us, but that's the point. Go capitalism.