The first day of the live token leasing platform seems to have been quite bumpy, with the website being down for most of the day.
That's okay, so at least i didn't miss anything, and just followed the Telegram a bit.
One issue dominated the agenda, a case of someone erronously submitting an order for LEASING 30K EOS at a rate of 95% / Week....
Of course this was filled rather instantly, and this guy has lost de facto all of his tokens (and a huge amount of bandwith.) Apparently this order was meant to be setup in order to defraud others (having them lease his tokens at a rate at which they could simply buy the coin. But by choosing the wrong order type, it was just the other way round.
Instant Karma, as one of the chatters called it very poignantly!
Of course this spurred a lot of discussion, yet basic understanding prevailed that it was the mistake of the user (Well throwing a 30K at a platform on the first day is a high risk approach anyway). It raised the discussion about capping the maximum rental rate to 20% (or just showing a warning).