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Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
also what are these tokens means? I mean one on the left is for Ethereum (GOR net in my case), what are rest?
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
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apparently channel got created it seems. (looks like the event emmited came after few min). Now I do not have any information about the channel, like channelId, parties balances (although total balance is being shown)
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sorry for spamming the group with so many messages... doing it because of time zones :)
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
hey guys I am trying to setup local radien network. At first I ran private eth network. now I want to run raiden network to connect to my private node. so I have 2 questions. 1) Can I setup the raiden wizard to connect to my local network? 2) In case I run using cli then what are --pathfinding-service-address and --matrix-server how do I get their ep?
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
using this command ./raiden-v1.2.0-linux-x86_64 --keystore-path /home/viswas/work/ethNetwork/keystore --network-id 5849 --environment-type development --eth-rpc-endpoint http://localhost:8545 --api-address localhost:5001 --pathfinding-service-address https://pfs.demo001.env.raiden.network --matrix-server https://transport.demo001.env.raiden.network but getting the error below
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
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I have check my node, its syncing not sure why this error then.
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snapshot of my ehteruem private node. (again very sorry for spamming the group)
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@Vishwas1 I think this is because you're running a private network and there's no TokenNetworkRegistry deployed. Why not just use goerli?
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
I tried many times with test nets (see the above images) but could never do even a successful transaction - was getting error. Moreover, doing everything on local machine gives us more control over configuration parameters.
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
This should help you understand how to deploy the contracts on a private network
Kris
@drselump14
Any idea how to run raiden wizard on docker container? I tried but it throws Cannot assign requested address. It seems that the host of tornado should be set on 0.0.0.0 instead of localhost. Any help would be appreciated
Vishwas Anand Bhushan
@Vishwas1
@czepluch sure I will look into it
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@drselump14 I asked one of the devs of the Wizard to take a look. He'll get back to you ASAP, but he's currently on vacation. Did you solve it yet?
Kris
@drselump14
Hi, thanks for the reply ... I solved it by changing the code and build the image with dockerfile in repository ... But I think it's better to be able to change the host using some kind of environment variable ot change it with 0.0.0.0 for universality
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Yeah, that's a good point
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
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I've got quite a few questions, but I'll space them out :)

How do I deposit funds into the UDC from the raiden client?

(I already have SVT tokens that I minted, I'm just trying to pay through the hub to another wallet that is using the light client)
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Hey @JasoonS . Did you use the Wizard to setup Raiden?
That's the easiest way to get all all of this done for you automatically at the moment.
Karl Bartel
@karlb
If that isn't an option for some reason, you can do it manually by doing approve (on the token) & deposit (on the UDC) transactions.
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
Ok, let me give that a try
My wizard seems to be stuck with an old account that doesn't have any tokens in it. Is there a way to import another keystore file into the wizard?
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
I can't seem to get raiden wizard to use another account
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@JasoonS if on linux then in ~/.local/share/raiden there should be a *-demo-env.toml file. That one can be removed or backed up somewhere else. If the wizard doesn't find a key there it should create a new one for you. Assuming you run the goerli version of the wizard!
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
Ok, great, will give that a try (yes, I'll try run the goerli wizard)
javadth
@javadth
hi
how can i see RDN upcoming events ?
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@javadth hi! Usually we write about them in the Raiden Pulse that goes out every second month. The one from Nov / Dev is a bit delayed and will come out next week. Other than that, following us on twitter usually also is helpful since we also post events there.
javadth
@javadth
@czepluch where is the raiden plus ?
@javadth ---^
Harry Harrold
@HarryHarrold2_twitter
Hi - are there any significant marketing plans for the Raiden Network on the near horizon? I've been surprised by the lack of attention the project's had by 'influencers' (and buyers) given the super-bullish L2 narrative at the moment.
Sagato
@Sagato
heeelo
I have a question. If I were a smart contract developer, how would raiden network support me in that, are there any SDK's or how does it actually work? What is different to for example matic? Are there any comparisons? Greets
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@Sagato It's a bit unclear to me what you mean exactly. But in general, Raiden is an offchain payment solution that works out of the box and offers an API for interaction.
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
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I'm getting errors when running a raiden node (see image above). Any ideas?
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
How easy is it to run your own pathfinding service and run raiden against something like ganache? (running against goerli is expensive because raiden makes lots of rpc requests, and rpc endpoint providers like infura and alchemy have limited free plans if you are doing lots of development)
Ulrich Petri
@ulope
@JasoonS Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The dev PFS should be coming back online in a few minutes.
As for running one yourself, that's pretty straight forward. The documentation should get you started: https://raiden-services.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
We don't recommend (and don't support) running against ganache / eth-tester etc. since they behave quite differently than "real" blockchains.
But running your own goerli node is quite easy. A fresh sync only takes an hour or two.
Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
Why is the address I get when I use the raiden light client dapp (https://lightclient.raiden.network/) different to the address that I use on metamask? How is the address that I have in that app linked to my controlling eth address (from metamask)?
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Jason Smythe
@JasoonS
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^ it seems like the hub or monitoring service is down for the goerli lightclient.