then I send transaction with from myaccount address to contract instance address with the data above
and the contract instance contains 20 wei,and the price for sell is 1,10 tokens just costs 10 wei
and when you do that you get an invalid address error?
Where did you deploy the contract? Testnet ?
no , invalid address just occurs when I call ins.sell(10),
transaction result like other transaction returns,I deploy it on private network
Hi there, how can i connect a UI to my crowdsale contract that will display all the relevant info of my crowdsale to a user going to my site? ie. number of tokens available, token price, amount raised, ect... i cannot find a guide on how to do it anywhere.
So after asking my question if figured it out :) --- etherscan.io sees all public tokens and have API's to interact with them. just incase anyone was wondering.
its not perfect but i hope to get some feedback here i will use ethereum at the begining but will be longterm transactioncost aware.
i cant create a token nor doesnt the ether wallet show me my 1.95 ether balance since its not updated and it doesnt update at all what can i do
Im pretty frustrated anyone care to give me some wisdom?
hello. In the "create a coin" tutorial says to open a wallet app. I cant find it. Anyone could gimme a hand?
How do I know when a transaction is completed? All I see is a shiny multi colored ball next to the words saying creating contract
you can always check etherscan.io
well it says success so it must be all good
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hi! everyone, I am a beginner and am struggling to find a tutorial where a contract is using an external api to give an outcome. I am sure its called oracle but i am not able to code it. Can someone give an example by using a Weather API to come to an outcome in something like a bet contract.
what are the current transaction costs in the ethereum system?
Much cheaper than for bitcoin, so you can get off your shtick crying about transaction costs.