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Kanopt
@Kanopt
paypal is the devil, sry.
you can buy eth with hitbtc
kraken
or maybe try a faucet rotator
chapril12
@chapril12
ok thanks
Kanopt
@Kanopt
plus, i'm holding on to my eth :D and so should everyone else x)
chapril12
@chapril12
haha ok thanks man
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Kanopt
@Kanopt
I'm not the best person. to tell the truth I didnt uderstand most of what you said. i'm a finance noob x)
check out the ETH forum and ask there! I'm sure someone will be interested.
:) hope this helps
chapril12
@chapril12
thanks man
Kanopt
@Kanopt
you're welcome! sorry, i couldnt be of much use. good luck with your project! :smile:
chapril12
@chapril12
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buck8ochickn
@buck8ochickn
chat bomb
whats up getting the wallet
thwjanssen
@thwjanssen
Hi, I am confused about the democracy contract. When creating the contract I can see this contract from the account I created it with, but when I add a member that other member can't see the contract. How can I make sure the other member can see the contract and therefore use it to vote?
thwjanssen
@thwjanssen
Ah never mind I found the solution already
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@thwjanssen Yes its not automatic, other parties have to add it manually
ethguna
@ethguna
hi friends
i need u help
pls help me
am new to mining eth
am using geth &ethminer with my GPU
hope i mini some,i want to know where the coin will stored..!!!??/
and more, i havent put any ethereum wallet address while mining.
its too technical to understand.seniors,pro's pls help me
:worried:
bitcoindelivery
@bitcoindelivery
hi there
I have a question: i've read thit tutorial https://www.ethereum.org/token and my question is: there are already coins based on this that are traded on exchanges for BTC?
@alexvandesande i've read some of your suggestions, thanks for this
bitcoindelivery
@bitcoindelivery
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
FYI, just raised another PR on the token tutorial ethereum/ethereum-org#217
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
And I have a question about the token tutorial. After deploying for the first time, it asks you to click Watch Token at contracts page but there’s no such a button. Instead there is Watch Contract. When I click the button, A pop up will appear, but filling in contract address does not autofill the rest, and when I click OK, I get couldn’t parse the JSON message. Am I doing it wrong?
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
Never mind what I just said above. I mixed up ‘watch contract’ and ‘watch token’. Yes, looks working.
John Frederic Kosanke
@kosanke
I want my token to have a fixed and immutable supply. What is the best code to prevent the contract owner (or anyone else) from having the ability to increase the supply?
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
@kosanke hello. I am also new but according to the tutorial it's the following code which let anyone increase the limit so no one can increase if you don't have the code (or am I misinterpreting your question?).
function mintToken(address target, uint256 mintedAmount) onlyOwner {
    balanceOf[target] += mintedAmount;  
    totalSupply += mintedAmount;
    Transfer(0, owner, mintedAmount);
    Transfer(owner, target, mintedAmount);
}
John Frederic Kosanke
@kosanke
@@kosanke hello. I am also new but according to the tutorial it's the following code which let anyone increase the limit so no one can increase if you don't have the code (or am I misinterpreting your question?).
function mintToken(address target, uint256 mintedAmount) onlyOwner {
    balanceOf[target] += mintedAmount;  
    totalSupply += mintedAmount;
    Transfer(0, owner, mintedAmount);
    Transfer(owner, target, mintedAmount);
}
@makoto (Oops, I meant to just copy your name. Looks like I copied everything but.) So once the currency is issued, the code can't be changed, right?
Should I be calling the new version "version 2", or would that preserve the original code?
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
@kosanke I have no idea how the versioning work. When I create the exaclty the same contract with same name with different version number, it just recognised as different token. btw, I am quite new too.
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Makoto Inoue
@makoto
hello. I just made a video walk through of the first part of the tutorial. https://medium.com/@makoto_inoue/ether-3-video-walk-through-of-your-first-smart-contracts-deployment-f4c36908f01 Hope it’s useful to someone
wildownes
@wildownes
@makoto Sorry, but nothing exists here.
Find something interesting to read. Check the site status.
still uploading perhaps?
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
ummm, let me check
wildownes
@wildownes
that works!
i'll check it out! thanks for making
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
Looks like I omitted last ‘f’ character.
np. I also recorded a couple more videos so will upload soon.
wildownes
@wildownes
cool. thanks for making @makoto i can't listen to it now because the audio is very quiet and my air conditioner is running but looking forward to watching
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
np. probably I should buy a microphone…
wildownes
@wildownes
i cant remember if youtube allows you to adjust the volume on a clip you upload but you might look and see if they do... or adjust your video in a program.