@Thought_2Life_twitter creating an oracle, verification service is sadly something you will have to do many times. Sometimes there is a need to bridge the "centralise" world and decentralised. This can be as simple as the current exchange rate between gbp and usd
@kkagill did the smart contract deploy correctly? enough gas etc, I cannot see anything wrong after a quick look
@juanfranblanco yeah you right. I just really wanted to keep all things on the chain such a verification process. I thought about creating a way for people to "mine" and verify the truth of a contract transaction. By mine I mean they submit and verify if a statement is true. If there enough people who verify that a statement is true then it is true. Otherwise it is false.
Essentially the use case is like This. People buy with ethereum a coin that can be exchange out for ethereum at any time. The contract holds the ether like a bank tying the ether to the user contract wallet. They then off chain play a game where one user can take a already approved amount from the losing opponent. The amount of "coins" is added to the user contract and deducted from the loser. However how to verify that the user won is where I am thinking of a POS since the results happen off chain. Computing the results would be to much on chain... possibly.