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    Leon-Gerard Vandenberg
    @FUSED-ID
    Hi @phonikg LG from fuzo.com here now with stability of Ethereum code base we are looking to make a Proof of Concept with with our embedded SIM service - for storing private Keys
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    Hello @FUSED-ID big fan of your concept! I know of a few bitcoin hardware projects that are now looking to include Ethereum, although none as unique as yours.
    Anything I can do to help?
    Leon-Gerard Vandenberg
    @FUSED-ID
    Hi Thanks for the support - we are supporting Ethereum in our roadmap
    My Lead Dev has chatted to Vitalik and its more than a concept
    http://quorumwallet.com/faq looks like an early bridge to a solution as we wait for our chipset production run
    Ethereum builds on Raspberry Pi and other SOCs is our focus but all would have our stack - with an onboard (slot or soldered down) hardware embedded SIM -(called a eUICC) -
    Anything I can do to help?
    Yes please - contact me at LG@Fuzo.com as I'd like to work with other embedded systems people that are ETH enthusiasts to build a standard solution that will work in a range of ETHEmbedded scenarios including the orchestration of devices via your Smartphone - with a HW token used for Trust and IDentity
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    Fantastic, well I'm definitely interested.
    Leon-Gerard Vandenberg
    @FUSED-ID
    eventually the entire - smartphone and IoT products & sales channel will change to embrace eSIM inside handsets and devices
    • we are playing where the Puck is gonna Be
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    Hello, anyone responsible for pool bounty program?
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    That would be @w-eth ...
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    I have full-stack ether-pool solution: it's redis backend + pool in golang that consist of proxy, json-api (stats), payouts module, block unlocking module, policy module (for security), beautiful emberjs frontend
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    Demo link?
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    No demo, I killed it due to luck of funding, I can post screenshot for now, but will make demo indeed
    Also it works with my already long ago published https://github.com/sammy007/ether-proxy
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    If you have not yet, I would read this blog post:
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    I must write set up guide but I can push code almost in 1 hour
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    It says to email grants@ethereum.org
    I would read the blog post clearly to ensure you meet their set requirements.
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    So tl;dr is to publish code, go spread it and pray if someone will use it and pool ops will go from 1% and up to 18% of network?
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    TL;Dr is go read it if you are serious about submitting. I am not part of DEVgrants and they set the requirements that you must meet to be eligible for funding.
    Sounds like you have a good submission. I am a miner and would use the pool service funded by DEVgrants myself personally
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    That's awesome, a entirely open source pool is good for the entire eco system.
    Good luck @sammy007 !!
    Iancu Aurel
    @awrelll
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    Hope to see it live and running @sammy007 !
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    Only testnet for demo, I am not going to launch pool again, my solution is always pays full block reward instead of scamming miners for up to 5% with 5 ETH static block reward bullshit.
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    I won't publish under MIT, it's just stupid, what license devs prefer? GPL-2 or 3?
    subtly
    @subtly
    w-eth
    @w-eth
    sammy007: Received your email, cheers.
    sammy007: We'll be in touch. Waiting on a conversation with Vitalik.
    FUSED-ID: Received your email, too. :) Replied back to Leon.
    w-eth
    @w-eth
    sammy007: Thanks for your honest feedback. Like I said, waiting on a chat with Vitalik about this and we'll get back to all the points.
    There wasn't much of a doubt in my mind that this approach would be a bit contentious. :)
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    LOL, so polite word, there will be blood :)
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    Well, here is testnet demo of my pool proposal http://demo.eurohash.net jump on mine some testnet Ether for yourself :p
    Sam Lavery
    @samlavery
    how does the pooling work?
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    pooling?
    Sammy Libre
    @sammy007
    @samlavery if it's generic question about how pools work, pool is forwarding job from geth to miners, but with low difficulty, miners solving these "blocks" and submitting them to a pool, pool is counting these shares, eventually one of miners will find a block and reward is distributed between miners based off of the number of shares they have each found.
    spethoscope
    @spethoscope
    ethello all!
    kumavis
    @kumavis
    o/
    w-eth
    @w-eth
    Greetings
    Ian J Meikle
    @ianjmeikle
    hi
    John Gerryts
    @phonikg
    Hey Ian