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Mar 2018
Chris Mugnier
@djchrispurple
Mar 11 2018 04:08
how to register the name of a coin/token?
pehlauser
@pehlauser
Mar 11 2018 06:29
Hello
Hello
let me know how to create my own wallet of etherwallet
samcoinsclubstar
@samcoinsclubstar
Mar 11 2018 08:08
Hi, I'm Sam...I m new here....I'm from a crypto company from ASIA
if our company would like to create a new crypto, any suggestion for me for whom do i look for or contact to?
pls advice
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 13:32
@phalexo these are just a few:
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 16:19
@samcoinsclubstar I can recommend a company that does this professionally, but your company has to be funded already to some degree since they require 50% down-payment.
@rfikki Thanks, Rocky. Have any of them launched any notable ICO campaigns?
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 16:28
@rfikki They all seem to be simple token contract creators. What I am looking for is a company with appropriate infrastructure to run an ICO campaign, i.e. conduct due diligence on investors (KYC), provide DDoS protection, scalability, follow appropriate securities laws in different jurisdictions, etc...
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 16:29
@phalexo, the ICO launching methods are changing due to regulatory concerns. It would seem that there seems to be a strong push towards securities tokens rather than utility tokens. There are several outfits that seem to be at the forefront of this new type of token. One of them seems to be polymath.network
You should also look at harbor.com version of rtoken on github for another method of dealing with securities tokens. @phalexo
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 16:39
It is not specific to securities tokens. Often a company will simply set up an ICO website and will handle all the traffic to it, do its own KYC, etc... I am looking for a SaaS version of an ICO site. To give an example of a company I am thinking about check out CoinList.co
CoinList.co seem a bit snooty and it is not clear to me what services they do provide in addition to KYC.
helloEOS
@helloEOS
Mar 11 2018 16:41
Hello, man, I need a contract code and an interface code to help me
Send to my mailbox thank you
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 16:57
@phalexo there are several companies that provide those services.
altz939or6in
@altz939or6in
Mar 11 2018 18:26
hello to everybody
where I can find the ethereum source code?
and which line is the line for the reward for checking transaction?
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 18:39
@rfikki By the way, there is really no difference between security tokens and utility tokens from a programming point of view. The only possible difference would be payment of dividends logic (which I have implemented for my tokens) and vesting logic (which I am about to implement for someone else). So when Polymath makes these huge claims they seem a bit fake to me.
xen3c
@xen3c
Mar 11 2018 18:50
hi, i use light client, in wallet overvieuw tab i cant see my balance , however if i click on individual wallets the balance is shown. anyone some advice in this matter?
i can send it or do what i want , i tried sending it to another wallet in my account, wich resulted in the same
xen3c
@xen3c
Mar 11 2018 19:33
@altz939or6in on https://github.com/ethereum
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:30
@phalexo in the USA there are also time based restrictions on transfers in some case with regards to security tokens. Another key issue is that of the possible need to use transfer agents when transferring security tokens between parties. Additionally in some cases you have to limit transfers of security tokens based on lenght of time held and only between accredited investors.
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:31
@rfikki That's vesting periods. Are you thinking of something else?
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:32
Not just vesting, but transfers have to be limited in some cases only between qualified investors.
So, you have to be able to white list investors that have somehow been prequalified to allow for these transfers.
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:35
Accredited investors who make 200K USD per year and have 1M in net worth can participate in private placements. Others can participate at lower levels, I think, around $10000.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:36
For instance in a Reg D offering under Rule 506(c), securities tokens would be restricted from transfer for at least one year. But, I believe there is an exemption that allows transfer in 90 days if it is between accredited investors.
So, there are variables that depend on the type of security offering.
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:37
That would be 1 year cliff.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:37
Yeah, but have you built the 90 day cliff into your token as an aside if they want to transfer between accredited investors?
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:38
I guess one would have to mark addresses as accredited or not.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:39
Who has the authority to approve the transfer inside your token?
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:41
I have not done vesting yet (it is not for me) but I am thinking of changing my token's logic to deal with this too.
Right now transfer, transferFrom are generic.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Mar 11 2018 20:43
Also, under Rule 506(c) Reg CF offering you are limited to a total fund raise CAP of no more than 1.07 million dollars. You can sell to non-accredited investors under that rule, as long as they do not purchase more than up to 10% of their income.
Anyway, we probably should continue this conversation in private message.
phalexo
@phalexo
Mar 11 2018 20:44
You don't want to educate the public? :-)
Reactive Space
@reactivespace
Mar 11 2018 21:08
@pehlasuser inbox if you want ether wallet
helloEOS
@helloEOS
Mar 11 2018 23:16
I need an Ethernet token contract code
Send to my mailbox thank you