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jjjseee
@jjjseee
Hello,everyone,i am new raiden. i use raiden light client in mainnet not Goerli Testnet, how i can withdraw rdn token from raiden account to mainaccount, the withdraw interface does not show rdn token ,thanks!!!
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christianbrb
@christianbrb

@jjjseee Thanks for testing the Light Client and your feedback :)

The SVT (those are the RDN tokens on testnet) are stored in your UDC for your main account.

  1. Go to the Account screen
  2. Click on the arrow next to UDC
  3. Click on Withdrawal (icon on the right)
  4. Enter the amount you want to withdraw
  5. Click on confirm

Let me know if you have got any question :)

Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
Hey @ulope I got this error
of binding address still in use while running docker-compose up -d
but I checked and its not in use (under https://github.com/raiden-network/explorer)
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
@czepluch @ulope in this segment https://raiden-network-specification.readthedocs.io/en/latest/pathfinding_service.html?highlight=rest%20api#public-rest-api , I see that only GET api/v1/<token_network_address>/suggest_partner returns uptime of a node. But how can I get the uptime of all the nodes present in the token_network_address?
I am unable to run the api queries mentioned here. https://raiden-network.readthedocs.io/en/latest/rest_api.html
Karl Bartel
@karlb

In this segment https://raiden-network-specification.readthedocs.io/en/latest/pathfinding_service.html?highlight=rest%20api#public-rest-api , I see that only GET api/v1/<token_network_address>/suggest_partner returns uptime of a node. But how can I get the uptime of all the nodes present in the token_network_address?

There is currently no endpoint to query the uptime of arbitrary nodes. The explorer does not use such data, neither. If you are interested in the lifetime of a channel (as opposed to the time the raiden nodes are actually running), you can get that from the blockchain events, as noted earlier.

I am unable to run the api queries mentioned here. https://raiden-network.readthedocs.io/en/latest/rest_api.html

Are you really running a raiden node (not the explorer or a service)? What's the error you are getting?

Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar

In this segment https://raiden-network-specification.readthedocs.io/en/latest/pathfinding_service.html?highlight=rest%20api#public-rest-api , I see that only GET api/v1/<token_network_address>/suggest_partner returns uptime of a node. But how can I get the uptime of all the nodes present in the token_network_address?

There is currently no endpoint to query the uptime of arbitrary nodes. The explorer does not use such data, neither. If you are interested in the lifetime of a channel (as opposed to the time the raiden nodes are actually running), you can get that from the blockchain events, as noted earlier.

So I executed the source code of explorer but how can I query or retrieve the on-chain events?

Karl Bartel
@karlb
The channel open and close events are normal ethereum events. You can query them in any way, e.g. via Etherscan: https://etherscan.io/address/0x5b606943b36F3569E00EC4178A9f83eea8730184#events
The currently deployed token networks on mainnet are 0x5b606943b36F3569E00EC4178A9f83eea8730184 and 0xEA92bD481e54BBB9Bb6C927970a54E82eE26c6B4.
I can't say much about the explorer, but it must do something equivalent internally.
Karl Bartel
@karlb
The contracts are also all verified on Etherscan, so if you want the ABI (e.g. to use web3.js to query events) you can download it there.
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
Thanks @karlb . Under events, I got the following https://etherscan.io/address/0xEA92bD481e54BBB9Bb6C927970a54E82eE26c6B4#events last 25 logs. I didn't get the query part. How can I get the log of all the events?
Karl Bartel
@karlb
I don't know which way to get the logs is the least work for you. If noone else has a specific suggestion, you will have to figure that out yourself. My main point was that you don't need anything Raiden-specific to get all on-chain channel information, because it's all on the blockchain and the ABI is available. So you can use any 3rd party service or library to do that.
TechInnovation-Blockchain
@TechInnovation-Blockchain
Hi everyone
Any way to have chat with CTO of raiden network token?
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@TechInnovation-Blockchain you can write "contact (at) raiden (dot) network"
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
@karlb thanks a lot. How did you get the address where the token network on mainnet is deployed?
AurelioSchug
@AurelioSchug
I have sent an email to contact@raiden.network... check it out. Take care!
ramesh chandra
@R22108_twitter
hi. can u share roadmap.. what is about to come in future??
can anyone explain pls why rdn coin value is decreasing after mainnet launch after being so great project and having less supply??
Blockchain101
@Blockchain1013_twitter
are u guys aware that appcoins uses uraiden? and i just want to confirm it
You could also start with the TokenNetworkRegistry and look at the events for TN registration or use its token_to_token_networks function. For older deployments, you will have to use one of these ways, since the TN addresses were not saved in the json at that time.
Blockchain101
@Blockchain1013_twitter
yeah i want to see the balances if it is backed by erc20 appcoins
is there an explorer for appcoins credits (credits is in raiden) to check the balances?
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@Blockchain1013_twitter I am not sure if they actually use it anymore.
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
@karlb thanks. I used the address 0x812650FB6Acdf9dD47E631cBB5518B32FFD4D129 for Goerli testnet but I don't see any corresponding entry. Why this is so?
There's one file for each chain.
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
I got this address from the link which you have provided @karlb
Karl Bartel
@karlb
@subhramazumdar You are using the mainnet etherscan with an address from goerli.
Use goerli.etherscan.io for goerli addresses.
Subhra Mazumdar
@subhramazumdar
@karlb sorry I missed it. Thanks a lot for the help
MohamedDenta
@MohamedDenta
Can i use raiden on ropstone network
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
@MohamedDenta yes
MohamedDenta
@MohamedDenta
how can i install raiden network to use it , I don't understand documentation
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
What did you try so far? And what part is unclear?
MohamedDenta
@MohamedDenta
I want to know how can I use it
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
Yes, I understand that, but it is easier for me to help you if I know what you don't understand about the documentation. Did you try https://raiden-network.readthedocs.io/en/latest/overview_and_guide.html yet?
MohamedDenta
@MohamedDenta
will try it , thanks
i have another question ,
I have many senders & many recepient , can i implement this transfers in one channel .. if so how??
Jacob Stenum Czepluch
@czepluch
No, Raiden is a network of payment channels, so you can utilize the network to have many senders and many recipients, but you can't do it in one channel.
ramesh chandra
@R22108_twitter
jacob sir you are taking part in black down 3.0 on 23 oct 20. any positive partnership or announcement expected from that event?? i feel rdn token still too much undervalued??