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note, EIP1077 is detailed here https://github.com/ethereum/EIPs/blob/master/EIPS/eip-1077.md
we have a helper for signing EIP1077 here: https://github.com/OpenSTFoundation/openst.js/blob/develop/utils/SignEIP1077Extension.js#L29
version should always be
0x00, it s an open ticket to remove that parameter)
ownerof the users
TokenHoldercontract (proxy); therefore you need to sign Gnosis SafeTx (similarly executable transactions, etherless but not following EIP1077) to perform wallet operations (eg. adding a new device key, or authorizing a new ephemeral key (is also called a "session key") )
Can I split Brand Tokens into small units?
Brand Tokens are ERC20 based tokens, so they support division up to 18 decimals. Following the SI-naming conventions the smallest denomination is referred to as atto Brand Tokens on the OST Platform.
Do we have to buy OST and mint all BTs in advance or can we buy OST as the users obtain more and more BTs?
The smart contract to create branded tokens requires the full value of all minted tokens to be backed by the stake. There is no way around that requirement.
However, you can mint tokens as you go, so you can start with the minimum required amount and mint more as needed for distribution.
But how should we calculate the value of a BT? is 1 OST = 1 BT? Or should it be calculated in USD?
You set the conversion rate between BT and OST before launching the economy. OST Platform sets a default conversation rate of 1OST=1BT. If you like, you can choose to set an alternative conversion rate. Once you mint your token, the conversion rate is fixed and cannot be changed.
As the OST Platform and OpenST Protocol projects keep growing, there is a need to set up two dedicated communities to funnel the discussions.
Please visit the URLs below to find the two respective communities.