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Nikhil
@nikhil3000
okay
Rahul Bishnoi
@nanspro
Guys how to create a token network? I ran this curl -i -X PUT http://localhost:5001/api/v1/tokens/0x795c0c7716eecd8a4d346247c962fc6899dc2d46 -H 'Content-Type: application/json' and it gave me 404
2020-07-06 16:01:16.393276 [error    ] Error processing request       [raiden.api.rest_utils] errors=['invalid endpoint', 'Not a valid EIP55 encoded address.'] status_code=<HTTPStatus.NOT_FOUND: 404>
Denham Preen
@DenhamPreen
You need to checksum the token address
Defintely not the best approach but I just paste it in etherscan and copy it from there.
@nanspro
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Ming-der Wang
@mingderwang
@czepluch is the Submission Deadline at 11:59pm Eastern on July 7th for the gitcoin hackathon?
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@mingderwang That's a mistake in the github issue. If you planned your work according to that date and not the date on gitcoin, then we can probably make an exception somehow.
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
@czepluch actually my work is planned according to July 7th submission deadline. Is it possible to get the exception?
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
I am not entirely sure how gitcoin works in this regard, but since we made the mistake of having a wrong date in the issue I would allow it. Will ask gitcoin and get back to you
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
Thanks
Rahul Bishnoi
@nanspro
Same issue @czepluch I'll be finishing up my project today and I planned to add raiden to it in the end. So one day extension would def will be worth it
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
talked to gitcoin. It will be extended to the 7th.
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
Great. Thanks
Dominik Schmid
@Dominik1999

@lullis

Hey guys, I know this is probably not the place to discuss this, but: has anyone checked how hard/expensive it is now to get RDN from the exchanges? Almost no liquidity at uniswap. Not very encouraging for those that are trying the wizard and facing 20-30% slippage.

Thanks for letting us know. The Wizard still works with UniSwap V1 and for some reason liquidity is quite good for RDN there https://v1.uniswap.info/token/0x255aa6df07540cb5d3d297f0d0d4d84cb52bc8e6

Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
I created a channel via API and then closed it, now when I am trying to create it again its returning CONFLICT while if I query the channel its giving state:"closed", is there a way to open it again? In the default ui there is also no button.
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Hey @hammadtq ! This is expected behaviour.
In the linked message I explain why.
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
Thanks @czepluch makes sense. I have another question, I am making a private futures exchange, I can deposit and withdraw through raiden but as exchange has to run a node it becomes trusted. Matching engine can be centralized but I am thinking of making the funds non custodial at least. Is there a way we can use raiden like arwen? The idea being exchange and user will put up collateral in the channel and on close both parties will settle.
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@hammadtq I don't know enough about Arwen to answer that question, sorry. And I am not entirely sure that I understand what you want to do either. When you say "collateral" here, what do you mean? This is basically what you do when you open a channel in Raiden already, isn't it?
Or are we talking about multiple different assets?
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
Arwen basically opens a two-way channel between the user and the exchange and both parties put in collateral and your trade account settles using that channel.
In raiden, either party can open a channel and the second party does not have to put in collateral so when I transfer payment to the exchange, it actually becomes custodian to those transferred tokens.
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Okay. I am still not entirely sure that I understand what the question is.
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
No worries, I will see what I can do
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
@czepluch I have two nodes running on the same machine. They both crashed at the same time, I got one back up that is running at 5002 and its running from like past 2 hours but the first node (default on 5001) is giving this error and refusing the run raiden.exceptions.RaidenError: Can not find any registered pathfinding service and basic routing is not used. I am using the default command raiden --keystore-path ~/path-to-keystore --eth-rpc-endpoint "https://goerli.infura.io/v3/xxxx" --network-id=5 --environment-type development
Rahul Bishnoi
@nanspro
Same error as @hammadtq @czepluch
Yesterday my nodes were working fine on goerli testnet but now it just won't start and throw me that same error
Hammad Tariq
@hammadtq
They both are working now. I guess pathfinder node goes down on the test network
Rahul Bishnoi
@nanspro
Guys how to resolve this?
Payment couldn't be completed because: PFS: Not enough deposit in UserDeposit contract. (PFS error code: 2107)
I am on goerli
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@nanspro Hey, sorry. I wasn't around yesterday evening.
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@nanspro you need to follow the steps here: https://docs.raiden.network/using-raiden-on-mainnet/deposit-tokens-to-the-udc#depositing-rdn-to-the-udc
But since you're on goerli and not mainnet, you should use the SVT token instead of RDN: https://goerli.etherscan.io/address/0x5fc523e13fbac2140f056ad7a96de2cc0c4cc63a#code ( it has a mint function ). And for the UserDeposit Contract you should use: https://goerli.etherscan.io/address/0x0794F09913AA8C77C8c5bdd1Ec4Bb51759Ee0cC5#code
Rahul Bishnoi
@nanspro
Screenshot from 2020-07-08 19-03-27.png
@czepluch trying to approve UDC to use SVT
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Did you already mint?
I've not seen that error before
@nanspro ---^
Yura
@durkmurder
Hey, got a few questions. Is there a way to fully control raiden node using some kind of RPC? Currently I need to select address in keystore file + enter password. I would like to avoid that.
Another question, if there is an alternative for keystore files?
Paul Lange
@palango

Hey, got a few questions. Is there a way to fully control raiden node using some kind of RPC? Currently I need to select address in keystore file + enter password. I would like to avoid that.

@durkmurder With raiden --help you can see all parameters that raiden understands.
For the two you mention there's --address <ADDRESS> and --keystore-path <PATH> to start non-interactively.

What alternative to keystore files do you have in mind?
Yura
@durkmurder
private key?
--keystore-path requires interaction, I am using it right now
Paul Lange
@palango
Ah sorry. I meant --password-file FILENAME
We could allow providing the private key as well. Can you open an issue with a short description on why you want this. Thanks!
Yura
@durkmurder
I definitely can
Paul Lange
@palango
:+1:
Yura
@durkmurder
@palango raiden-network/raiden#6375 Did it