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    cointea1121
    @cointea1121
    We are using Bitcore. We are working on client side encryption now so we don't have to touch user's private key at all.
    Artem
    @ArtemKo7v
    @cointea1121 Does your wallet support multi-signatures? As far as I know, Bitcore does not support escrow-addresses...
    cointea1121
    @cointea1121
    @ArtemKo7v it does not support multisig yet. That's one of the things we're working on now. The security still needs a lot of improvement and that's our first priority now. Once we get that part fixed, we will probably open source at least part of the code to prove it's secure.
    DRO85
    @DRO85
    Hi all, I'm new to Counterparty. I'm experimenting with sending XCP between two wallets on testnet. I sent 3 XCP (which transferred fine!) but 0.0000543 BTC was also transferred. Is this normal, can you not send XCP without BTC going too? Any insight is appreciated :)
    To add, the movement of the BTC doesn't appear in the transactions of Counterwallet, though I could find it in the Bitcoin block explorer.
    Adam Krellenstein
    @adamkrellenstein
    @DRO85 yes, that's normal
    and required
    DRO85
    @DRO85
    @adamkrellenstein Alrightie then, I hadn't found that in the documentation (not to say it isn't there, of course). Thanks.
    Adam Krellenstein
    @adamkrellenstein
    np :)
    DRO85
    @DRO85
    @adamkrellenstein I'm going to have to ask for a little more clarification (or a link to the docs I can't find). I can understand BTC being sent along as miner's fees. I don't understand why BTC is being sent to the destination address though?
    Adam Krellenstein
    @adamkrellenstein
    That's because of the dust limit.
    Bitcoin Core, by default, doesn't relay transactions with outputs of less than the dust output value (=5430 Satoshis)
    DRO85
    @DRO85
    @adamkrellenstein if, by default, the transaction will not be relayed because the number of BTC was so small, then was I simply lucky to have my value transferred from one wallet to the other?
    @DRO85 Counterparty always sends the necessary BTC so that the tx is processed
    cryptonaut420
    @cryptonaut420
    @DRO85 counterparty lives on the bitcoin blockchain, so every counterparty transaction is actually a bitcoin transaction. that means that not only do you need to pay a miner fee, but whatever address you are sending to, you need to include a small amount of BTC as well. You can technically send a much smaller amount, like a single satoshi... but in practice it will probably never get mined and just ignored by the majority of the bitcoin network, due to the default 5430 satoshi "dust limit" adam mentioned. I tried sending some xcp transactions below the dust limit a few weeks ago as an experiment, and yeah it was a bad idea, none of them went through
    Ivana Zuber
    @ivanaszuber
    cryptonaut420
    @cryptonaut420
    anyone else having counterwallet troubles?

    Sorry, we got an error when trying to do the requested action: 'JSON-RPC Error:
    Type: Server error

    Code: -32000

    Message: Got call_jsonrpc_api request error: timed out

    ' (API method: create_send).

    If this persists, please click on the question mark button on the top right-hand corner of the screen for support options.

    Mark Mayer
    @markxmayer
    @cryptonaut420 i get the same error when trying to send
    Per Omon
    @PerOmon
    When there are coming next counterparty/counterparty foundation news update? Long time there no have been any updates...
    Mark Mayer
    @markxmayer
    We released a new CLI RPC frontend to Bitcoin and Counterparty. https://letstalkbitcoin.com/forum/post/introducing-walletgenie
    Per Omon
    @PerOmon
    i will order Bitnodes hardware for running full node. Can I help with that also Counterparty network working "better"? https://getaddr.bitnodes.io/hardware/
    cryptid11
    @cryptid11
    @yzono
    @y-zono
    Hi. I forgot my password for https://counterpartytalk.org/. Then I reset my password but I don't get the confirmation email. Can you check your mail server status pleaes..?
    codecakes
    @codecakes
    hi all. I have recently been checking out what counterparty is. I looked at a couple of docs at the site.
    I have a few questions:
    • If a developer wants to create a counterparty app, what are the requirements?
      Do they need to spin their own copy of counterpartyd ? or it can be done over api and connect to the counterparty service. I see there is server api.
    • Say I want to create an online store webapp for users where they pay in btc or store's own issued token system, what would be the steps? A sample app documentation would work wonders here.
    • What is a federated Node really ?
    • If counterparty is deployed per developer, do they all store transaction to the same Counterblock?
    Aaron Caswell
    @porkchop
    does anybody have a reccomendation on a federated node counterparty server that appears stuck at "Connecting to database."?
    has been stuck that way for sometime so I did the easy upgrade, restarting all services etc, but it is still stuck
    2015-07-28-T18:04:53+0000 [INFO] Running v9.51.3 of counterparty-lib.
    2015-07-28-T18:04:53+0000 [INFO] Acquiring lock.
    2015-07-28-T18:04:53+0000 [INFO] Connecting to database.
    Aaron Caswell
    @porkchop
    seems to have started parsing again on its own
    Artem
    @ArtemKo7v
    Anybody else experiences problems with counterparty now? We have timeout problems on our fed. nodes, also I've noticed the same problem exists on counterwallet.io right now.
    codehead
    @Kimmsudenver
    we have problem sending fund
    Aaron Caswell
    @porkchop
    yes counterwallet seems broken
    jdvs1
    @jdvs1
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    To issue an asset, does it cost xcp? If so, how much does it cost?
    Dante
    @hiransom
    .5 XCP
    Unless you don't mind a random number asset name in which case it's free.
    jdvs1
    @jdvs1
    Does it costs to send an asset as well?
    Dante
    @hiransom
    Creating either one had a small BTC fee for the miners.
    Anytime you make a Bitcoin TX there is a minimum miner fee.
    About 3 cents.
    Possibly a bit less
    jdvs1
    @jdvs1
    Oh, every TX is broadcasts on the bitcoin blockchain?
    Dante
    @hiransom
    Yes
    jdvs1
    @jdvs1
    Thank you @hiransom. This clears up a lot of confusion
    Dante
    @hiransom
    Counterparty is Bitcoin.
    It is data inside of a BTC TX.
    jdvs1
    @jdvs1
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    Pablo V
    @aynik
    is there any library to parse XCP txs for nodejs?