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hackhnaton1994
@hackhnaton1994
Original Etheruem With DEV remove spam owner...how to fix any Issue
rehs0y
@y0sher
hi all, are there any tools to monitor how the devp2p network behaves? like visualizing peers and discovery network. I can have access to more quite a lot peers in order to collect info
vladyslavmunin
@vladyslavmunin
Hi, what are best strategies to handle transaction receipts . I setup private network. But confirmations for single tx takes ~5-7 second. But I have to send the result to client immediately. Should I send just tx id and then poll for receipt (this will hold on user actions). Are there any other ways to understood if tx executed successfully ?
ETHERUEMconsultant2018
@ETHERUEMconsultant2018
@vladyslavmunin CONTACT ETH@CONSULTANT.COM
Ajaypratap Yadav
@yadavajay_gitlab
Hello All,
Does anyone know how we can customise ethereum hash like
original = 0x5ed8cee6b63b1c6afce3ad7c92f4fd7e1b8fad9f
needed = aj5ed8cee6b63b1c6afce3ad7c92f4fd7e1b8fad9f
means i need to generate hash while creating address or transaction starting with prefix 'aj'
how can i do that ?
Please help me if any one know the concept ?
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
Do you want to drop the 0x prefix and replace it with aj?
@vladyslavmunin is it an option to have a lower difficulty?
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
@adamschmideg yes exactly
i want to replace 0x with aj in ethereum node
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
What’s the context? For example do you want to call a geth node via rpc and send aj-prefixed hashes in the queries?
My first idea is to replace the strings in the client you use to call your node from.
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
No, geth console if i create address then it should come with prefix ajxxxxx
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
geth account new | sed -e ’s/^0x/aj/‘ :)
oh, geth console. You can preload a js file where you do the replacement
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
and for transaction means if i'm storing some data into the node then its give us an blockchain address how can we modify that address as well
@adamschmideg Can you please suggest me some url
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
Here’s what I’d do: write a little wrapper for the functions I’m going to use from web3.js, aj_newAccount, aj_transactions, etc. Then I’d implement the string replacement in them and call the original function.
btw, can you tell me your use case? 0x is a pretty standard prefix for hex values. Hard to imagine why you'd want to replace that (apart from having your initials ;) )
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
i just want to be identify i this is my node address or has
and has curiosity how to modify that hash ?
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
Do you want a private network or sync with main net / public test net?
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
private network
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
Do you want to identify by which node a block was mined? And on which node an account was created?
ajaypratapyadav
@ajaypratapyadav
Ok, what i want to do
i create an ethereum private node
i want all account address hash, transaction hash should always come with prefix aj instead of 0x
AusIV
@AusIV
Prefixing hex values with 0x is a very standard notation to indicate it's hexidecimal. In lots of programming languages you can just drop 0xFF into your code instead of writing 255, for example. There's going to be a lot of tooling out there built around the idea that hex values are going to be proceeded with 0x (both specific to the Ethereum ecosystem and outside of it), so while it might be possible to change addresses, hashes, etc. to start with an alternate prefix, there's going to be a lot of tools that you won't be able to use with it.
Lakshman Sankar
@lsankar4033
I'm hoping to add custom API endpoints to my forked version of geth and am having some trouble figuring out where exactly this code should go. Does anyone know where API endpoints are registered/defined in geth?
blueghost56
@blueghost56
Sync very slowly in days
Daniel Ellison
@zigguratt
Very slow compared to other syncs you've done, or your current sync has slowed down from previous days?
Daniel Ellison
@zigguratt
I'm doing a sync right now. A previous sync on a resource-constrained machine took about 10 hours to download the blocks and just over two days and two hours in total to finish state sync. This time through on the same machine it took over 17 hours to do the block sync and looks to be taking longer to sync state as well, though it's only been one day and 15 hours so far. It's currently at 247,938,125 states out of the current total of about 360,000,000.
Daniel Ellison
@zigguratt
Here's a chart of the states pulled so far. It has slowed down since the beginning but nothing out of the ordinary.
http://bit.ly/2YEh4D1
Kyle Longrich
@Klongrich
What's the discord?
Daniel Ellison
@zigguratt
Joël Hubert
@jmahhh
If I go by number, Geth seems to lose blocks after restarting. E.g. it was at 8321950 and after restart 8317777. Is this normal behaviour?
Joël Hubert
@jmahhh
anuragverma639
@anuragverma639
Hi everyone, Does anyone know about this RPC: https://ethshared.bdnodes.net? I want to know about the authenticity of this Ethereum RPC URL?
Jordan
@tsujp
(not me) if someone has forgotten their password for an address in their keystore I suppose the only way to get at it is to brute force guess it eh
cannot decrypt a certain address (again, not me hehe)
Sylvain Laurent
@Magicking
I think you can try hypnosis on that "not you" (wink wink) person to remember the password too, not sure which one will work best though
Jordan
@tsujp
Nah it really isn't me lmfao, if they cannot remember I guess I'm gonna have to write a script to brute force it
They want me to manage their node and I am doing some housekeeping
Reproducibility Matters
@TheCharlatan
Hey, I'm trying to make the ethclient connect through a local socks5 proxy (to route traffic through tor). Is there an example of someone already doing this?
It's not obvious to me how to pass my own dialer to the ethclient.
fabdaRice
@fabdaRice_twitter

Hi, hopefully this is the right place to ask. I'm running a private network (Clique), and when I'm submitting around 1000 tx/second to a single node.
It appears that it is correctly broadcasting transactions to other nodes in the beginning, but after a few seconds, it stop broadcasting "efficiently".
Instead of broadcasting ~400tx/second, it's broadcasting ~20tx/seconds.

Any idea?

Sylvain Laurent
@Magicking

What's your measurement method for the tx/s?

  • By averaging transactions being included in blocks?
  • Measuring the speed of RPC call? (TXs has to go through transaction pools)

If it's the second, maybe you are hitting the cap transaction of your transaction pool

Danilo Zabeu
@dzabeu

Hi guys. I have a question, someone can help me?

How is the best way to check the historic about ERC20 transactions. The best way is create a struct to save this logs transactions? Or there is a way to check the past to see how send money to each other

Using web3, truffle, etc.. of course...
I have create a solution using ERC20 and i would like to show all transaction that happen in my solution.
Adam Schmideg
@adamschmideg
@dzabeu do you mean tracking all transactions with a specific token?
Danilo Zabeu
@dzabeu
Yes, i have create a ERC20 Token to transaction this token. But i would like to know if its possible to query the past to show all old transactions. There is a way to do that? Or i need to create a struct to save this "logs" and after it, query this struct to list inside a webpage
Victor Tran
@tranvictor
do we have any branch that i can run istanbul testrpc?
bansatya
@bansatya
Hi, Did anyone face nonce issue while doing concurrent transaction using go native binding?