@kevinmartinmauro do you mean https://www.ethereum.org/token tutorial? if so you need to download Etherem Wallet which you can download from Ethereum page. "Wallet = Mist". From the Wallet, you can compile your program and interact with it.
what can i do with a "Transaction could not be executed" contract? but my ethers away
hi. is there anyone who can help me to get the wallet installed and buy DAO?
Alden Park Wong
Hey Alex, download the wallet for your OS and follow instructions. There are videos on youtube that help. I just don't know if you're on windows or mac to give you helpful insight. Regarding DAO tokens, I got an account with Kraken. It's an exchange for cryptocurrency and there going to include DAO tokens on their exchange. Sorry If I can't help out more. I'm a noob too..
Does anyone know where to find info on customizing the wallet, so for instance if I have a new currency contract mycoin and I want to roll it out with a mycoin wallet?
So not showing ether or other stuff. Would greatly appreciat pointers or tips on how to do that..
So I guess the LATEST TRANSACTIONS section of the Ethereum Wallet shows everybody's transactions with The DAO as they happen?
Ralph A. Bauer 2
The password thing continues to elude me... I can't have forgotten the password I used. Trying to brute force it with a python program. have to learn python, though
Just discovered this patform.. Its amazing! I have an application for free education in any form in planning and i think this platform would be great for it :)
ETHEREUM is better than Onecoin ???
@alexvandesande ETHEREUM is better than Onecoin ???
Alex Van de Sande
@cityhunter441_twitter I have no idea. Never heard about onecoin.
@cityhunter441_twitter OneCoin is a complete scam. It appears to be a Ponzi scheme and I am sure that its principal people will end up in jail very soon. See cointelegraph.com/news/one-coin-much-scam-onecoin-exposed-as-global-mlm-ponzi-scheme.
They are preying on people who know no better and claim that OneCoin is a cryptocurrency when it is no such thing. The key point of cryptocurrencies is that no single organization controls them, and they are cryptographically secured. None of that is the case for OneCoin. You just have to "trust them", and give them large amounts of your money for "training". https://www.onecoin.eu/. It is really quite revolting. They continually conflate themselves with Bitcoin and use media articles about Bitcoin (like Richard Branson talking about Bitcoin) as their own promotion.
If you or any of your friends and family are involved with OneCoin, I beg you to get them out. They will lose all of their money.
The "glitz" of the "events" should tell you everything you need to know. This is not how a respectable business man behaves. It is a cult of personality, and the polar opposite of cryptocurrency.
Ethereum is being used by IBM, Microsoft, Deloitte, Canonical, UBS and many more serious companies. It is a technology platform.
@alexvandesande Do watch that video above. It makes me feel sick.
Alex Van de Sande
@bobsummerwill holy shit that is terrible! Never heard about it before and it’s quite shocking..
It’s step by step the way they sell timeshares, MLM and all kinds of shams.
Yes, and it is happening all over the world. They claim to be "the fastest growing business in the world". Hundreds and hundreds of local meetings. They are finding millions of victims who know little more about the technology than the words cryptocurrency and Bitcoin. It is a disaster. People are handing over thousands of dollars that they can ill afford to spare to these criminals.
Alex Van de Sande
It’s not new. I remember the first time I saw mentions of bitcoin in Brazil was some assholes selling a “mining” software that was nothing but a pyramid scheme. You’d download a clone of the client, get nothing by mining on the CPU of course, but get “points” for finding new people to buy the software. Then they would conflate the gains with their software with the bitcoin price rises...
It’s unfortunate that those people just take the “it makes money” part of our technology and sell it to people who don’t know better
I'm trying to create a coin but idk nothing about computer programming i keep getting errors
Hello. Back to token tutorial, I have a question. At this moment anyone can send Ether to a token contract as if it's normal account. Would it be possible to create a restriction of the amount a person can send? If you take daohub.org as an example , you are able to send any amount of Ether then get equivalent amount of token back. I am wondering if you can write a token contract to validate minimum/maximum amount an account can send to the contract.
@makoto just use a conditional statement like:
if (balanceOf[msg.sender] > maxValue) throw;
(following the variable declaration of https://ethereum.org/token here) But depending on your usecase this might be pointless as one person can either split their transfers or user multiple accounts.
@luclu is transfer function the one used when sending money? Can it also take argument other than _to and _value?