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Because in terms of privacy the only comparison I know is Enigma if we talk of a layer 2 solution
Or Dero if we talk of a private chain by default , if I understood correctly on ZIL would be a layer 2 solution, how it works?
Can anyone simply explain how privacy features would be on Zilliqa? What would be an example use case?
The first step would be to add libsnark and expose functions in Scilla that will allow ZK proof verification.
Maybe are too simple questions, what I want to know is how the end product could look like on the user/dev end, what a user will need to do to implement privacy solutions on ZIL? Install the library? Will it be full or there could be constraints (example things that can be done only on the "main" chain) Teorethically would be possible to build everything that can be built now but in "privacy" mode? I repeat maybe are too simple questions and is early for this features but it looks super interesting
Assuming that the feature is out, as user end, how would it look? I assume there would be a dedicated block explorer as well
I'll ask during AMA
These questions are surely simple, I would love to have a general idea of how it can be and what can be done
As of now I only tried Dero which has privacy by default and is possible to build private Dapps
But with this on ZIL I'm really wondering, guess I'll wait for some docs about this when there's more, btw that also is great, can't wait to see
Then I constructed a tx. and the gas really used is 0.0011 ZIL .
And the cumulative_gas = 1
Oh I get It, the cumulative_gas * gasPrice = fee.
Hey everybody, we're considering starting bi-weekly calls for the Zilliqa dev community. We created a quick survey to gage the community's interest and the topics we should bring up during the call. So, please take a couple of minutes to fill out the survey, I'll be collecting the results all week and looking to set the first call next week: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L63X9TW
In the light of the dev community calls, maybe it makes sense to switch to discord. It is quite common, although my only major concern is that I like to have a feed (like TG) where regular folks can go and discuss, post memes and a separate dev channel that I can rely on being able to catch up on if I am gone for a couple days. TG general gets like ~200 messages an hour - that will stifle dev conversations as they won't happent o be around at the same time. The lack of threading in gitter chats has already shown itself to be a bit painful in that respect
Thanks for the feedback Cameron. I agree, if we create the proper channels, we can foster more meaningful conversations on specific topics, and make those convos easier to keep up with and participate.
I'll share the results of the survey during the community dev call. I don't have a specific day yet, but it will happen sometimes next week, prolly Wednesday or Thursday.
I've done some tests in the scilla IDE, but the contract call cost is too high. It's just for testing, is not it?
It would be great to have a document that compares the cost of actually consuming the same functionality with other platforms (tron, eth). There will be no recurring questions and it will be very helpful in choosing zilliqa.
Hey Bro, I have a question. is the "success" field the only way to judge the transaction is valid or invalid? Is there any other way to "fake recharge"?
Hey everybody, we're having our first dev call this Friday 9 am Singapore time ( 9pm EST), here is the invite:
Should we expect a writeup on the recent Zilliqa network outrage?
@as1ndu We are planning something along that line in the next tech update next Tuesday.
Have I missed the move to Discord for chat? I want to talk about a local scilla interpreter or a different best-practice for locally developing and debugging scilla contracts. Savant is great but has its limits.
Hello! Discord is being set up.
Why do we need to move to discord again?
Several people on this channel had voiced their suggestions on the need to shift. The interface is much more friendly.
Hey everyone. Do you know what algo Zilliqa uses for the private key? Is it ECDSA p-256? Asking because I'm looking to generate an embedded ZIL wallet from a username/password pair in a prototype app.