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    Vladimir Protasevich
    @Snuff
    Has anyone already built native multisig based on Schnorr?
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @Snuff There is a Ruby SDK that you can use off the shelf.
    renlulu
    @renlulu
    @csajedi this one is maintained my me, just let me know if you have any issue
    @Snuff sorry? but each sdk use the same proto.buf file I think, and use the specific tool provided by google to generate target code
    Vladimir Protasevich
    @Snuff
    @AmritKumar, thanks, I know. I have been using it for a while, it one of the most user-unfriendly SDKs ever, so I decided to help Zilliqa and my team has started working on an upgrade
    I discussed that with Han Wen already
    Joel Yarde
    @jcyinnovations
    Good morning all. How do I identify a transaction type on JSON-RPC?
    Here's a request/response pair:

    curl -d '{
    "id": "1",
    "jsonrpc": "2.0",
    "method": "GetTransaction",
    "params": ["64fde0551b64248cfb111d81dd20adf684e2de26d6453caa556ca49b3cb64c49"]
    }' -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST "https://dev-api.zilliqa.com/"

    {
    "id": "1",
    "jsonrpc": "2.0",
    "result": {
    "ID": "64fde0551b64248cfb111d81dd20adf684e2de26d6453caa556ca49b3cb64c49",
    "amount": "0",
    "gasLimit": "100000",
    "gasPrice": "10000000000",
    "nonce": "7",
    "receipt": {
    "cumulative_gas": "11452",
    "epoch_num": "696426",
    "success": true
    },
    "senderPubKey": "0x02F169504B7ED8E69A7F2B07DCC0F246D6000B686873E5EF3D82B10F86994F2E37",
    "signature": "0x7E09F78A4F924FF734E1A1CC0991100BB3C5720DE778907502B44CF985CAA945B0D538B040B619F2B771BDC935F8861C3CB248EC4CBECCB7832531DC3EE06DBB",
    "toAddr": "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
    "version": "21823489"
    }
    }

    ViewBlock is able to label all transactions by type but I can't see anything in this JSON-RPC response to allow that
    Vladimir Protasevich
    @Snuff
    @AmritKumar @evesnow91 could someone check this issue Zilliqa/Zilliqa#1797, it's a show stopper for us
    Cameron Sajedi
    @csajedi
    @Snuff This also confused me at first, the wire format for the Zilliqa RPC is entirely JSON. Protobufs are not used externally, I haven't double checked they aren't used internally either. It's a bit of a hassle because JSON is not by default safe to sign and send. Protobufs are backed by predictable byte structures and stronger typing. Using a .proto file does help mitigate these problems however.
    Chris P
    @christinto
    hey team
    playing around with dapps on testnet
    just wondering where to get testnet zil?
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    There is a faucet available
    wdwd5wd
    @wdwd5wd
    Hi team
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    Hello
    wdwd5wd
    @wdwd5wd

    Could anyone please kindly tell me how I can deploy my own private testnet with multiple machines?

    I know I can run a local testnet for a single machine following the instruction.

    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25
    Hi team
    Using Ruby SDK, when trying to create smart contract and deploy it, i got error
    example from readme smart contracts - same story
    Server error -26: CHAIN_ID incorrect
    What i can do?
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25

    the problem above is not relevant, now when i create a new smart contract
    i got response

    {"ContractAddress"=>"1e366b36e5a17dec83c46f19d8d6b43434bd1dbb",
     "Info"=>"Contract Creation txn, sent to shard",
     "TranID"=>"411c1108800ac85118fcd9a44568d208276dcbdd5287c99119c69167912f344a"}

    but transaction is not created, error - Txn Hash not Present
    relevant question without answer - Zilliqa/Zilliqa#1776

    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @ID25 Are you on testnet on mainnet?
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25
    @AmritKumar mainnet
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25
    @AmritKumar i tried create contract in testnet, the same error Txn Hash not Present
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @ID25 Could you post your code?
    I mean the contract code and the init.json?
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25
    @AmritKumar init.json it is GetSmartContractInit value?
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25

    @AmritKumar

    contract params

    gas_limit=2561,
    gas_price=1000000000000,
    id=nil,
    nonce=nil,
    sender_pub_key="032cfec301c57.....", 
    version=21_823_489
    to_addr: '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000'
    amount: '0',
    code: @code.gsub('/\\', ''),
    data: @init.to_json.gsub('\\"', '"')
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @ID25 Is it possible to pass me the contract code?
    My first guess would be the gas limit is low.
    DaoChemist
    @DaoChemist_twitter
    Hey everybody, we are moving to Discord! The Zilliqa Official server is live:
    we will keep Gitter around for a while, but our attention and support will be mostly happening on Discord from now on.
    Eugene Domosedov
    @ID25

    @AmritKumar

    I mean the contract code and the init.json?

    contract code - https://gist.github.com/ID25/cf643e8b2b170640b1ce3dd7f2bf6e91
    i try to create smart contract in both mainnet, testnet, but transaction hash not present

    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @ID25 Please check Discord.
    wdwd5wd
    @wdwd5wd
    Hi everyone, I have a question about who should packet the transaction into a block. Specifically, if a transaction is a cross-shard transaction from shard A to shard B (sender at A, receiver at B), then after the transaction is executed, should the committee in shard A packet the transaction into its micro block or should both of the committees in shard A and B packet the transaction into their blocks?
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
    @wdwd5wd Could please paste this question on Discord?
    wdwd5wd
    @wdwd5wd
    @AmritKumar where?
    Amrit Kumar
    @AmritKumar
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    Aveesh Shetty
    @Aveesh52
    Hey
    spyhandler
    @spyhandler
    Hey guys. Love your addon.
    I have the following question. I love using addresses beyond the first one - 3rd, 4th and so on.
    Let say something happens to you, and you stop developing, or Chrome bans addons. How can we export our private keys without the addon? I tried with ledger and other apps / add ons, it only identifies the first address. How can we export the rest?
    It would be similar to the standalone tool by iancoleman. I have figured out BTC, ETH, other projects, but I cannot figure out ZIL, despite the fact I know the derivation path. I believe that would be apply for everyone who uses an address beyond the first one.
    spyhandler
    @spyhandler
    @AmritKumar
    :Norvegicum.
    @norvegicum
    is there an limit on transfers?