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    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    They confirmed that it works with MEW.
    Jason Carver
    @carver
    :+1:
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    One function above, the b'\x19Ethereum Signed Message:\n' is written to ctx in front of the message.
    Added in trezor/trezor-mcu#189.
    Jason Carver
    @carver
    Hm, I suppose MEW is signing it using a different mechanism, because Trezor appears to be using the varint message length, instead of the str(len(message)) approach of geth, etc
    Esteban Ordano
    @eordano

    Good catch. Assume he claims he has submitted his vote and it was not counted (e.g. is not included in the rear data export). As soon as he publishes his signed vote anybody can submit it and verify that it in deed gets counted correctly

    Even better, there could be a contract with some security deposit from etherchain that works as follow:

    • If I feel my vote is being censored, I publish my signed message to the contract
    • Contract validates structure and signature
    • Etherchain has a window of N days/hours to reply with a signed message of my signed message or the deposit gets slashed
    (I'm working on a proposal to generalize this mechanism for off-chain systems and plasma/poa-like blockchains validation)
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    Sorry but I don't fully understand the reasoning behind your proposal
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    It seems that in the exported JSON data, the address field is for the account the vote should be counted for, not the one that made the signature. Should't the "deploying address signs for contract" case have both?
    Elio-David Diiorio
    @enlightperform_twitter
    What to say to people who are hesitant to vote because they wonder if their funds can be accessed/frozen/taken when they access their wallet?
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    @veox good catch thanks, but you can get that information from the raw signature anyways
    @enlightperform_twitter voting is essentially similar to sending eth from a wallet, so the same security measures apply. but a published vote does not allow anybody to transfer any ether out of a wallet
    Red Jhon
    @mhaythem3_twitter
    why the data link has been removed ?
    Error: Not Found
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    it was not removed, the url has changed
    check out the poll page for the new link
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    :fireworks:
    Alex Coventry
    @coventry
    I'm trying to vote on EIP-999, but I keep getting "invalid signature." I'm signing with a local copy of MyEtherWallet v3.9.8.4. The json blob it's producing does not contain a "version" field. Is its signing functionality known to be broken?
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    @coventry That likely means MEW v3.9.8.4 is too old. :(
    (How old is it?..)
    Alex Coventry
    @coventry
    Quite old... It's a local install. I guess I have to decide whether I want to upgrade. Thanks.
    Fardin Ghosairi
    @FGhosairi_twitter
    Hi. please help me to know more about coinvoting, Casper FFG and method of earn Ether via coinvoting.
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    Sorry but Casper FFG is not related to our coinvoting module
    woodaxed
    @woodaxed
    ok im a bit thick when it comes to filling in the voting form how do i get the gig etc
    opps ment sig
    Cau Ta
    @trongcauhcmus
    hi, i'm trying to figure out about internal transaction on ethereum network. I used API debug_traceTransaction to get all the opcode and determine CALL opcode. but in this field, i have many sub-field that i don't know what it is.
    for ex:
    {
        "pc": 170,
        "op": "CALL",
        "gas": 18175,
        "gasCost": 18043,
        "depth": 1,
        "stack": [
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000146",
            "000000000000000000000000209c4784ab1e8183cf58ca33cb740efbf3fc18ef",
            "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000003b63982ef64900",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000060",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000060",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000060",
            "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000003b63982ef64900",
            "000000000000000000000000209c4784ab1e8183cf58ca33cb740efbf3fc18ef",
            "ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffbf6c"
        ],
        "memory": [
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
            "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000060"
        ],
        "storage": {}
    }
    need your help to get all the internal transaction in a transaction :(
    Andrew
    @vtbradle_twitter
    Can’t get coinvote to accept my MyCrypto signed message. Keeps saying it’s in an invalid format. Verified it is valid on both MyCrypto and Etherchain’s message validation tool. Not sure what’s up.
    Using my ledger via MyCrypto
    Andrew
    @vtbradle_twitter
    Looks to be an issue with the first vote option having a ~ in it perhaps. Multiple people reporting the invalid signature format error despite generating valid signatures in MyCrypto
    Andrew
    @vtbradle_twitter
    Tested further, not an issue with the tilde. Seems to be each vote option. Perhaps an issue with MyCrypto.
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    Thanks for your report we will look into it
    Andrew
    @vtbradle_twitter
    Thanks
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    should be working now
    the reason was the "-" character in the vote option
    Andrew
    @vtbradle_twitter
    Awesome, thanks! Will avoid special characters in the future lol
    Paul Nguyen
    @Paulnguyenun
    Hi
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    Hi!
    movieblog02
    @movieblog02_twitter

    hello how do I resume my ETHs that are in your mining my email dollarbux82@gmail.com

    Transection

    TxHash:

    0x690e2d496cd83c1a0c9b3d04f79f39077cdd08f16440a98aa10d7a9b28fa7e55

    TxReceipt Status:

    Success

    Block Height:

    6572787 (138174 Block Confirmations)

    TimeStamp:

    22 days 15 hrs ago (Oct-24-2018 04:50:17 AM +UTC)

    From:

    0x003e36550908907c2a2da960fd19a419b9a774b7

    To:

    0x6b7f09b04961f2cf705c8734057e509c1fe1e423

    Value:

    1.814674640480022309 Ether

    Gas Limit:

    21000

    Gas Used By Transaction:

    21000 (100%)

    Gas Price:

    0.000000008 Ether (8 Gwei)

    Actual Tx Cost/Fee:

    0.000168 Ether ($0.03)

    Nonce & {Position}:

    76685 | {24

    rivorei i miei ETH grazie ecco il mio indirizo

    ETH : 0x24D5a3f46bC21BBBF7BE5e10f1548c155B5B4542

    or all the evidence that passed me spectrocoin that these tokens are mine

    I want them back thanks

    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    @ppratscher Does ethernodes count every instance of nodes acting like an eclipse attacker (or a different network monitor)?.. See https://github.com/ethereum/trinity/issues/118#issuecomment-452099446 for examples. (Sort by "Last Seen": it does seem quite periodic, every 15 minutes to a couple hours.)
    Or is every IP address only counted once?..
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    Ji
    There are some Ethereum implementations that use a new enode id every time they are started. That is why we only count one node per ip
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    OK, great! Do you happen to remember which implementations do this?.. From the bunch I've looked at, they were all geths.
    Peter (bitfly)
    @peterbitfly
    EthereumJ did that, not sure if it is still doing it now
    Blocking just by enode is definitely too loose, I would recommend to block by ip
    Noel Maersk
    @veox
    That's what I'm doing ATM. Thanks again!