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Oct 2017
shulc46
@shulc46
Oct 21 2017 09:36
Im
2phan
@2phan
Oct 21 2017 09:46
Hello
Anyone help me, I want to create a new token code, what should I do?
parsparab
@parsparab
Oct 21 2017 10:51
@2phan you can create a token using open-zepplin
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:42
hello everyone, how i find users which add money on my smart contrakts
?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:42
What type of contract is it?
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:43
any
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:43
as far as I know word of mouth or through advertising
if it is a token, an ICO would work too i guess
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:44
yes
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:44
(my ads are full of all new ICO's, which is annoying)
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:44
if it is ICO i easy find user which add eth on SK
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:45
yep
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:45
but if user add eth not on ICO
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:45
it would be the same
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:45
SK may see any user on blochain
how i find such users
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:46
I am not sure
maybe forums
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:47
ask the question differently)
how to identify user which add ETH on smart contract
?
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mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 12:55
hey guys
hows it going
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:55
ahh I got you. In my smartContracts i normally have a dictionary to keep track of transactions
or the users
Something simple like; mapping(address->uint256)users;
not too bad @mrbabbage
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:57
and you can chech any users which add Eth on you SC?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:57
correct
anyone that called a payable function at least
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 12:58
thank you
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 12:58
no problem :)
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:04
awesome @swatarianess :)
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:08
glad to hear
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:09
I want to create smart contracts that represent a physical asset
allowing for these contracts to be traded (providing liquidity)
do the miners NEED to be paid in ether
can they not be issued a contract for part of the asset?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:18
Not to my knowledge
You create a contract, deploy it and bam. Its in the blockchain
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:19
and if it gets traded to someone else?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:20
from what i have experience deploying it, is like creating an account
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:20
proof of work, transaction gets verified, miner gets 5 finney?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:20
yeah
got to give it to a miner to add it to a block
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:20
its one block for all ethereum based tokens?
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:21
i think it is 12? like normal transactions
phalexo
@phalexo
Oct 21 2017 13:21
@mrbabbage You have to pay for all the transactions that modify the blockchain state, in ether. No free lunch.
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:21
^
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:21
thanks @phalexo
excuse my learning curve guys
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:22
its cool, making a private blockchain has taken up a majority of my time
its pretty fun learning curve
have to fallback on my networking teachings though to make any more progress
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:23
yes sir
I was pursuing a business opportunity in the past, but the basic infrastructure to support the movement of monies internationally just increased costs so much that the service wouldnt have been feasible
bear in mind the fact that I've known about ehtereum for a while, but I never thought users of the platform would use my service
but early adopters of a platform like ehtereum are probably going to use this service
especially with the increased popularity over the past year
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:26
most likely
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:28
thanks for the help steve
Steve
@swatarianess
Oct 21 2017 13:29
anytime :thumbsup:
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:31
btw, is it 5 finney for every transaction or every block?
phalexo
@phalexo
Oct 21 2017 13:33
@mrbabbage You pay for every opcode, varies with the complexity. Gas price always varies. It is not some fixed price.
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:33
ok, i thought fee was fixed at 5 finney
phalexo
@phalexo
Oct 21 2017 13:36
The amount of gas is the same per opcode. Complex transactions have more opcodes. Gas price also changes, demand/supply, faster/slower execution. Choices to be made how much to spend on gas.
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 13:38
@swatarianess you can give advice)
code editor for smart contracts
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:38
hey @KamMif
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 13:38
hey
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 13:38
how are you doing
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 13:39
thx i am fine)
I need a handy editor for SC )
mrbabbage
@mrbabbage
Oct 21 2017 14:03
can a smart contract be issued to a specific entity?
Kam
@KamMif
Oct 21 2017 14:08
simply editor for simply smart contract)
Todd MacDonald
@toddwmac
Oct 21 2017 17:31
@KamMif I'm new here but was wondering if you are using Mist and if so, why Remix (found in the Develop menu) does not work for your light editor needs. The Gitter room is https://gitter.im/ethereum/remix I ask because this is my plan for getting started with Solidity and SCs