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  • Jun 05 2016 10:31
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Luca Zeug
@luclu
@JohnnyEther They used to give me some free test-ether. But sadly not anymore.
Philip Saunders
@Physes
@luclu thanks
PointA2BRideshare
@PntA2B_twitter
Its been a while since I've checked out the site and to check the status of my initial pre-sale wallet. I took the precautions of downloading and storing the json file, but when I go to open the wallet there's nothing there. Even when I take the pre-sale address tot he site I'm faced with a message that leaves me wondering WTH happen to my Ether. I've emailed support and nothing . No response to my email no phone call. So I pitching my concern to the community. Hopefully someone can point me in the right direction to get some reasonable answers.
Luca Zeug
@luclu
hadrienmajoie
@hadrienmajoie
@PntA2B_twitter I had some similar problems.
@PntA2B_twitter you need to install ethereum wallet on Ubuntu and not Debian to start with. Second: check the size of your Json file. Is it empty? (Try to cat it). Is the extension file correct?
Srini Chakwal
@srininet_twitter
looking blockchain expertise to setup crowdsale.
girishlalwani2010
@girishlalwani2010
hello can i create contracts on ethereum network using ethereumj
like i do using mist browser
kuldeep-agg
@kuldeep-agg
May i know the difference bettween ethereumjs-library and web3.js
Bob Summerwill
@bobsummerwill
Hey @kuldeep-agg,
ethereumjs-lib is an implementation of the EVM written in Javascript. So it is RUNNING a node.
web3.js is a JS library for talking to a node over JSON-RPC. It can talk to any compliant node, whatever language they are written in. web3.js is usually what you use to join the front-end of your DAPP with the back-end (the blockchain).
kuldeep-agg
@kuldeep-agg
Thanks @bobsummerwill :+1:
marwanfarah
@marwanfarah
Hello, I am new, I want to know where can I go to learn how to write a contract and code samples etc.. thanks a million.
@alexvandesande Please direct to where can I start learning about writing a contract and some samples of codes, thanks.
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@marwanfarah in which page are you on right now? Have you tried ethereum.org?
Bob Summerwill
@bobsummerwill
marwanfarah
@marwanfarah
@alexvandesande @bobsummerwill thanks a million. I went through ethereum.org, I could get lost before finding code. I am at readthedocs it seems that I have a lot of material to go through. perfect, thanks again.
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@marwanfarah you can also try ethereum.org/token or one of the specific pages. Have a blast at it ;-)
marwanfarah
@marwanfarah
thanks :)
uvizhe
@uvizhe
Hello again :) Can anyone explain why my transactions fail to get confirmed? I can't transfer ether to my wallet. Transactions just appear, hang some time unconfirmed and disappear and nothing changes.
ARK_1001
@ARK_1001_twitter
HELP
uvizhe
@uvizhe
Ah sorry, I used wrong chatroom to ask this question
Rémy Roy
@remyroy
Hello, I'm trying to complete the greeter example on https://www.ethereum.org/greeter . I'm stuck at trying to deploy my contract using geth. Do you need to have your account unlocked to call somecontract.new([constructorParam], {from: accountAddress, ...], ...) to deploy a contract? Nothing happens when I'm trying to deploy my contract. I'm guessing it cannot take funds from my locked account and it does not ask me to unlock it.
keuge
@keuge
https://i.snag.gy/iu4pO3.jpg i guess its not mint? but mine?
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@keuge it’s mint. As in Central Mint, the place that creates coins out of thin air. Mining is a specific name for rewarding in cryptocurrency in exchange of network security
keuge
@keuge

contract MyToken {
uint256 public totalSupply;

function MyToken(...) {
    totalSupply = initialSupply;
    ...
}
...

}

Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@keuge what is the question?
keuge
@keuge
what is this? where do i need to implement? why is it ..., instead of info?
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Not sure I understand the question
This is called the constructor function
keuge
@keuge
"..." represent what?
First we need to add a variable to store the totalSupply and assign it in our constructor function. and then this code is ongoing. Its from here - https://ethereum.org/token#central-mint
i dont understant what do i need to paste to contract
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Ah.. It represents the rest of the contract
Compare it to the original token contract and you’ll see where to add this
Carl Forsbacka
@CarlForsbacka_twitter
I Have ,made these. snow catchers and i live in Finland. Nestle wanna buy our waters. i have few hundred thousand litres of water. I want to make Water Coin. http://fp.chatango.com/profileimg/b/r/braincell83/full.jpg then Colladial Coin Anfd Ormus coin, http://www.tomsormuswater.com/index.php#order i can make colladial and ormus water. Have talked with selllers and other people that could invest in these coins, So i need help from somebody to make this coin. or a partner . so alone woth this ....
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@CarlForsbacka_twitter try posting about it on reddit.com/r/ethereum
samsa90
@samsa90
Hi all, i have a big problem. I have create a contract from this site: http://chriseth.github.io/browser-solidity/?#gist=21935dc37c5bfbe92e5a and with 8.65 ethers from my admin wallet. So the contract is failed because not enough GAS but my ethers away for that contract. i don't know how i get back my ethers!?
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@samsa90 why did you send 8.65 ethers to a token contract?
samsa90
@samsa90
don't ask me :) in "my own contracts" is the contract with the ethers but i can't delete it and get the ethers back to my admin account
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
That is true, you can’t delete contracts from the blockchain and you can’t get it back once you sent it
So that ether is probably lost now. I recommend you do testing with test ether, so you won’t risk real money
samsa90
@samsa90
the process from the contract creating...
  1. from which account
  2. how much ether
  3. than you can insert some code and that is what i do.. the code from this link from below
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Yes. That is the right process. But you don’t need to send ether for a contract, the fee will be added later.
samsa90
@samsa90
and the transaction is not "created"... the transaction doesn't successful create because not enough GAS... i don't understand this logic.. i have a contract but the transaction doesn't successful :/
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Did you move the gas fee slider?
samsa90
@samsa90
gas fee slider?
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
This guy
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samsa90
@samsa90
i can't see it at the moment when i click to the transaction