Your asset is one of the highest traded assets on the stellar network, so props for that. That said, you should add a home domain to your asset's issuer.
Please see: https://lupoex.com/exchange/JPY/GBVAOIACNSB7OVUXJYC5UE2D4YK2F7A24T7EE5YOMN4CE6GCHUTOUQXM/XLM/native
notice how your asset is not verified in the General Info widget (this is because there is no way to verify your asset via a .toml file since the the account GBVAOIACNSB7OVUXJYC5UE2D4YK2F7A24T7EE5YOMN4CE6GCHUTOUQXM has no home domain).
More people needs to do this. Asset issuers, validating nodes, possibly even federation servers (so we can get reverse address look-ups)
For asset issuers it's a good way to get discoverability.
I didn't even know vcbear.com issued XRP and BTC. I was seeing some XRP trades by something but never figured out what it was from on the network. I even asked if anyone knew who that issuer was on stellar slack and got no ones responses. I also tried reverse address lookup and found nothing. So yes you should add at least the domain to the issuer so people like me at least can find out what it is. Otherwise supper cool now that I know. I am very happy to see more assets and issuers on the network. I will also add your previously unknown assets to our trading list: http://www.funtracker.site/chart/index.html. so we can also look back at order book prices over time and not just last trades that we record.
Hi, sorry for my late reply,
I set "homeDomain" on our issuer account and fix our stellar.toml.
Should I set subdomain to "homeDomain"?
Could you confirm it?
works okay from here
namic Unfortunately, it is still not working. See here:
You should see an error like this in your browser's developer tools:
XMLHttpRequest cannot load https://vcbear.net/.well-known/stellar.toml. Redirect from 'https://vcbear.net/.well-known/stellar.toml' to 'https://www.vcbear.net/.well-known/stellar.toml' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http://null.jsbin.com' is therefore not allowed access.
. This is because you are missing the:
header in your response. Please see https://www.stellar.org/developers/guides/concepts/stellar-toml.html for how to set up a proper .toml response.
i have this same issue with lupoex...
Thanks for your advice.
I fixed it for CORS.
Now we can load https://vcbear.net/.well-known/stellar.toml.
GbolahanEthanOnadeko It isn't lupoex. Check out the jsbin that I linked to. It is the stellar js sdk. I mean it isn't even the sdk, it is simply the browser refusing to accept the response because of the missing header. This is a standard CORS issue in web development.
Okay .. will get around to it
It still isn't working. You can use the jsbin I linked to in the post above to test it with.
I confirmed "success" at jsbin.
Could you confirm it?
namic Yep, looks good now.
Can people from Europe use your service? I tried to find this on your page (with Google Translator :-| ) and seems you only operate for Japanese residents.
Specifically, I'd like to move some XRP from ripple ledger to Stellar, no interaction with fiat.
I made XRP payment to my VCBear account more than 2 weeks ago. I checked that payment was successful and has received to VCBear Ripple account, but when I log in to my VCBear account, my XRP balance is still 0. I asked help from https://www.vcbear.net/support and from firstname.lastname@example.org, but haven't received any reply. @namic, Does VCBear still functioning and how long does it take to process my XRP payment?
namic Our customers are almost Japanese
LMAO what do you mean 🙂
I d like to try this sometime - will you have ENGLISH translation of the exchange in the future?