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    azamrazman
    @azamrazman
    Problem solved /media/azamrazman/<HDD>/rsk/database/mainnet
    we changed owner at each of every of the directory to owner:rsl
    owner:rsk
    Alejandro Cavallero
    @alepc253
    thanks for sharing
    azamrazman
    @azamrazman
    then, changed our way up to see what is the 'botlle neck', that gives us the permission error.
    That solves the problem, thank you rsk team!
    Syed Saad Ali Shah
    @saadmskkr
    A trusted project with a hard working team.
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Good Afternoon
    My name is Kylan Hurt and I am a developer for Edge Wallet
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    We're trying to get our hands on some RSK and having issues finding a decent exchange that supports it
    If anyone is willing to give us just a dollar or two of RSK then we could continue testing RSK so that we can integrate it
    I realize this sounds like just another begging post...
    Leonel Corso
    @leonelcorso_gitlab
    lol 😆
    Can't you use the testnet and use the faucet to move some RBTC to your wallet?
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Yeah we don’t always use testnet while integrating new currencies
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    Hi @kylanhurt ! You can check the list of exchanges here: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/rsk-smart-bitcoin/#markets
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Yeah I got my hands on some. Gracias.
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Hey guys, any reason I’m getting the following error?
    the sender account doesn't exist
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    @sebastianleoperez
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    it's seems that you don't have any transaction for this account. Can you give me some context ? Is mainnet/testnet ? What tool are you using ?
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    This is mainnet
    And yes I have no transactions because it’s a new account
    I am trying to do a POST method to https://public-node.rsk.co
    Here is the raw JSON:
    {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"eth_sendRawTransaction","params":["0xf8698084053724e0825208945f083e25e5928f935107d0cff388f77cddfe492b86b242ce6040008060a070c1851af8d71e5c6dc64fe8f54675e8594f554565f8e95688f2629db12588c8a024879b3f2779c62be03793e203d3a177cdab9eaa07fa94f661f6599c9b367c16”]}
    Does the first transaction that an account receives need to meet a minimum amount of RBTC?
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    Are you sure you have RBTC in your sender account ? If you don't have funds there, you can't transfer to another account
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Yes
    This is the from account: https://explorer.rsk.co/address/0x1cf2a98c443bc8e345f9eda4ce172489a60150ab
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    I see, can you show me the transaction params ?
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Yes
    {"nonce":"0x0","gasPrice":"0x53724e0","gasLimit":"0x5208","to":"0xeaD78d3535FC785c976f56b7BEAC26E957a40D8c","value":"0x217258cfc6000","data":"","chainId":30}
    And this is our proprietary tx data (from our wallet software)
    {"txid":"0x2f2e7a3dfab8a29c81320097a927618cb3d9d0f9b70a677bd9bd06bb196eea78","date":1568141455.27,"currencyCode":"RBTC","blockHeight":0,"nativeAmount":"-590237500000000","networkFee":"1837500000000","ourReceiveAddresses":[],"signedTx":"0xf86a8084053724e082520894ead78d3535fc785c976f56b7beac26e957a40d8c870217258cfc60008060a0a82d1ee53551d7efe56da139dc19a99ab575bb296f399638394232a33699d358a07da0536ccc23f53f272e5002005e49687d9a044660d8fafdda5e63171fc4a7d2","otherParams":{"from":["0x1cf2a98c443bc8e345f9eda4ce172489a60150ab"],"to":["0xeaD78d3535FC785c976f56b7BEAC26E957a40D8c"],"gas":"21000","gasPrice":"87500000","gasUsed":"0","cumulativeGasUsed":"0","errorVal":0,"tokenRecipientAddress":null}}
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    Thanks for the info ! I'll work to find out what is going on
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    Used EthereumUtil.isValidAddress() on the from address and it says that it is valid
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    That address validator works for ethereum but not for rsk, you can check your addresses here: https://address-validator.rsk.co/
    You can validate your address by code using this npm package: https://www.npmjs.com/package/rskjs-util
    I think your sender address works for rsk but not your receiver address
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    @sebastianleoperez I see that one of those addresses was wrong
    Now here is my transaction:
    "{"txid":"0x2e1fc51626f664675f5c40ccbb8a38f473f138be86e3cdb2a4cbe91c39b4c7c1","date":1568154830.589,"currencyCode":"RBTC","blockHeight":0,"nativeAmount":"-497637500000000","networkFee":"1837500000000","ourReceiveAddresses":[],"signedTx":"0xf86a8084053724e082520894946408545ce023dcd76bc3cd42e072e3e1db22868701c2ed6ee13000805fa085a08f04dd0da46ff991692fcd5a8aea8347721974b4b407bba04d502ba36e18a07b903ec923bbe8fe8fff4758058b8e9a392f4825dbc9aae1c85f548669502483","otherParams":{"from":["0x1cf2a98c443bc8e345f9eda4ce172489a60150ab"],"to":["0x946408545ce023dcd76bc3cd42e072e3e1db2286"],"gas":"21000","gasPrice":"87500000","gasUsed":"0","cumulativeGasUsed":"0","errorVal":0,"tokenRecipientAddress":null}}”
    Params for the POST request:
    {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"eth_sendRawTransaction","params":["0xf86a8084053724e082520894946408545ce023dcd76bc3cd42e072e3e1db22868701c2ed6ee13000805fa085a08f04dd0da46ff991692fcd5a8aea8347721974b4b407bba04d502ba36e18a07b903ec923bbe8fe8fff4758058b8e9a392f4825dbc9aae1c85f548669502483"]}
    And I am getting the same error
    Is there an online decoder for RSK transactions?
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    @sebastianleoperez FYI just as a follow-up I figured it out. We migrated from private key to private mnemonic and were deriving from a blank / undefined mnemonic.
    sebaleoperez
    @sebaleoperez
    great @kylanhurt !
    Alejandro Cavallero
    @alepc253
    @kylanhurt @sebastianleoperez just for the record, checksum only applies at client app level (to avoid sending money to a wrong network), the created transaction will be the same
    Captain Crypto
    @kylanhurt
    @alepc253 And already have the checksum implemented in the edge-currency-accountbased plugin, correct?
    Alejandro Cavallero
    @alepc253
    @kylanhurt wasn't necessary, AFAIK Edge uses addresses in lowercase
    that works