- Each user will be given the information needed to make an informed decision.
- Each user can submit and vote on how the economy and site should behave.
- Each user can submit its own solution and get it voted. (unlike fixed polls)
- Each user can change his vote whenever he wants.
- I will code the selected ideas into existence. (je me garde le 49-3, ne lisez pas ce passage)
I'm not sure if its already a thing but it should
Eventually memes will pass so we need something to get rid of the dead memes.
When choosing how many shares you have to slide a slider.This is difficult when you have a big account as it is impossible to move the slider a small fraction of a billion ecu , please can we have a box to type in a specific amount thank you
Pros:see more screen for ur ECU© Cons:none.zilch.nada
Hey guys. I have noticed that if you buy a meme, it can be really hard to eventually sell. Just basic supply and demand. That's why I think we should have a quick sell option. Basically, at any point, you can sell a share to the market at 5 ECU less than what the share last sold far. This will also come with a quick buy feature which would basically mean that any memes that were quick sold can be quick bought for 5 ECU more than the last person to person trade. I think this is a fair and balanced method that would take away some of the stagnating and boredom that leads players into quitting mid-career.
There should be a 'meme kill' vote so you can vote on whether a meme is dead/should be dead
If we could add more indices to the memes tab, it would add more diversity to the meme trading scene.
Pros: If you do it wrong, you can delete the entry (no refund) Cons: No refunds.
2edgy4me needs to change because, if an edgy meme is offensive to a person they can just scroll past and ignore it, this would help creators and brokers because the meme police would have to seize the meme and destroy it and it would help stocks, if a meme is too edgy such as, oh i don't know, child porn memes, those can be removed, but a lowly suicide meme is "ok" by meme standards, if someone is triggered by me saying this , then click the small red x at the top of your screen, but in conclusion this is not a question, it is a statement on what the people of this website should be able to create without terrible consequences.
Hi guys, I am a new meme trader, do you have some tips or advices for my first steps here?
I realized portfolio only displays a maximum of 40 memes, sorted by shares held. Seems like an oversight and a fairly simple fix.
to get new players here? or some other plans for growth? Economies need constant expansion right? especially one with now money sinks we need new people to take advantage of to grow our stacks of meme lucre
The market lacks fluidity right now and I had a one hour discussion with a stock market expert who worked as a market maker (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marketmaker.asp). It might be interesting to see how this can be implemented into EuroKeks to ensure a more constant flow of orders and to unstuck stale memes. He also suggested implementing taxes on those who keep shares too long. What do you think?
A few of you have started coding bots, you can have access to a JSON output of pretty much any page by adding JSON to it. Use https://eurokeks.com/orders.json?page=2 for example, this works with the complex query builder. Planning to give you access to the WS stream also so you don't have to poll the site. Just don't hammer the server please.
Add a way for us to short stocks. Maybe even buy puts/calls for advanced traders?
How about a method for CEOs to declare dankruptcy to terminate a stock? Shareholders would be paid out based on capital invested and average price. Possibly via vote unless the CEO has >50% of shares. Could help recuperate some of the frozen money in dead or inactive memes.
It's pretty easy to create multiple fake accounts and siphon the money to your main one with a bogus 100ECU sell order. I can block major temp email providers and check IP's but in the end with some dedication and proxy / own mail server this can be avoided. Another solution is to use 2 step-authentication pretty much like your bank, but it's kind of a pain. So wat do?
There are some meme where most of the traders that have a share just stopped played, so they won't sell them even if someone offers a very high price, and the time going there will be more and more of these. It means that these memes will become at some point impossible to buy. How can this problem be solved?
As the title says, people create multiple accounts to rise the value of a share to unrealistic values to create clicks and higher dividends. Older memes meanwhile won't get any clicks nor interest, getting completly ignored.
So we're starting to see our fair share of copy paste and nsfw memes, what do you think about an auto-regulation system where new memes have to be approved by 2 out of 3 randomly picked connected users before being submitted. The users getting one ECU for it paid by the meme creator for example. I really don't want to spend time moderating and prefer to code cool stuff.
I think we should ban 1:1 copies of existing memes. Otherwise we will have the same memes being reposted over and over.
Create a market for derivatives, maybe just start with European call and put options. Probably should restrict to cash-settled options. + One can participate in price changes even for memes that are too expensive + One can hedge against price loss of one own’s meme - Might lead to overdraughts of bank accounts - Does not really make sense when the underlyings are not liquid enough to find a price
- You should not be able to make unlimited more memes. We should regulate the market or new memes will flood everything and will always only get like one or two people that buy them and then they will fall to sleep. - The value of meme rising and falling should be estimated with more buys and sells. Like 10 for example - Be able to increse shares.
We should be able to turn off the new offer pop ups. Or maybe put them in a sidebar. They cover more than half of the little screen I got.
It is obviously needed in order to make our economy more competitive to be able to take loans. Maybe we should create a virtual bank that can give loans or make players directly involved in lending money to each other.
Each day, new money is created, either from the dividends or new people joining the economy. The amount of memes and stocks that can be traded is also changing, but it is not linked to the currency. If too much memes and stocks are created, we risk a crisis where new memes would be available for cheap and old memes would lose their value. People would get ruined. On the opposite side, if the number of memes and stocks doesn't grow fast enough, with people getting dividends and new players joining the economy with their money, the cost of memes would skyrocket and even though we'd gain some money right now, it would be extremely bad for the market on the long term, because it would be harder to trade memes and new players wouldn't be able to buy any of them. I think we need a way to make our currency less volatile and to make sure that the markets are going to be stable in the future, anybody has any ideas how ?
Should it be the CEO or a shareholders vote? How much should it cost, and who should the shares belong to after the operation. Also will it not impact the rarity of memes if owning a rare meme is just a click away for the CEO of creating a gazillion copy, thus destroying rarity. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seasoned_equity_offering
Quite a lot of people did register, then bought a lot of badly selected shares or sent unsuccessful memes, went broke and didn't came back. Even if a suspect a few of them to be alts ;p, a lot seemed to be legit traders. How can we avoid people getting broke too fast?
Seeing great new original content is one the reason for this site, but every economic decision taken might lead to reposting being more efficient to get rich. So how could be ensure that OC is rewarded?