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August 04, 2017, 02:17:20 AM
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Did anyone notice your account today? If you had kept some bitcoins in waves wallet then you should have received an equal amount of Bitcoin cash now. I had a small amount of bitcoins and today they credited equal amount Bitcoin cash with a green tick mark on it.

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August 04, 2017, 02:35:54 AM
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Did anyone notice your account today? If you had kept some bitcoins in waves wallet then you should have received an equal amount of Bitcoin cash now. I had a small amount of bitcoins and today they credited equal amount Bitcoin cash with a green tick mark on it.

Yes of course , they've made an announcement about it also. I hope in near future waves dex will be no.1 choice for trade our assets.

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August 04, 2017, 02:49:32 AM
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I wonder if I put some btc in my wallet that they'll sill send BCC to it? any deadline?
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August 04, 2017, 04:37:20 AM
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Two questions:
1 .Are there already paper wallets available for waves?
2. Any news about any possible upcoming 2 factors auth for wallet? Perhaps for the next release of the DEX?
while waiting for responses/answers, I will add two more questions Grin
3. Is it possible to generate vanity address? if yes, how to import using privkey?
4. are there good faucets like btc that we could claim hourly? Cheesy and waves dice games yet?

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August 04, 2017, 07:01:59 AM
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Two questions:
1 .Are there already paper wallets available for waves?
-Dont know about this one but why dont you try creating your own words as a seed perhaps it will work i dont know.

2. Any news about any possible upcoming 2 factors auth for wallet? Perhaps for the next release of the DEX?
-Maybe they will implement 2FA soon but not for now because they are really busy on other things.

while waiting for responses/answers, I will add two more questions Grin
3. Is it possible to generate vanity address? if yes, how to import using privkey?

-try this one it is created by bcdev
https://github.com/bcdev-/waves_vanity

4. are there good faucets like btc that we could claim hourly? Cheesy and waves dice games yet?

-Try this faucet site you can claim here every hour. For the dice game I think there is nothing as of now.
http://www.wavesgo.com/faucet.html
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August 04, 2017, 08:16:29 AM
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People can literally launch millions of tokens, there is nothing unique about that with a 1 Waves fee Cheesy if you could limit the tokens count, like only 3000 tokens could be created in total, then those 3000 tokens could be appreciated, but since we're in an open source world, someone else could create a platform like Waves with no limit.
Can someone tell me what is the difference between Waves and all other platforms like it? is the Counterparty also like Waves? is ETH also like Waves?
Who is funding the Miner reward token?
Why did you launch the platform while it's only half complete? there are some features and functions missing, are we going to see a rise after they're finished and ready for work? can I at least buy myself a lambo this time please? Cheesy
I don't really see the thought process/reasoning behind limiting the number of tokens on Waves. The goal of Waves as a platform essentially is to get as many projects as possible to use it in order to increase the transaction volume and with that transaction fees.

Waves is coded from scratch and written in Scala - no other platform is, at least not that I know of. Counterparty relies on the Bitcoin blockchain and inherited Bitcoin's 'weaknesses' such as 10 minute block time. ETH is different as its main application is smart contracts paired with tokens. However, ETH is much more difficult to use which gives Waves a certain advantage. I could go on and on about the differences but you might want to check that out yourself.

The Miner Reward Token is distributed by Waves Platform itself. There is no funding needed for MRT.

Have you ever seen a crypto which only launched when its feature set is complete?

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August 04, 2017, 08:22:43 AM
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Two questions:
1 .Are there already paper wallets available for waves?
2. Any news about any possible upcoming 2 factors auth for wallet? Perhaps for the next release of the DEX?
while waiting for responses/answers, I will add two more questions Grin
3. Is it possible to generate vanity address? if yes, how to import using privkey?
4. are there good faucets like btc that we could claim hourly? Cheesy and waves dice games yet?
1. Maybe not a paper wallet in the sense of a Bitcoin paper wallet. You can easily create a Waves paper wallet, though: Download the Lite Client and put it on a USB stick. Use an offline PC and import the Lite Client from the USB stick. Generate an address and click on the Back-up function in the top right corner. Print out the pop-up. There you have a cold-storage paper wallet.

2. The dev team is working on a decentralized 2-FA. Not sure if that will be finished for the next DEX GUI release.

3. There actually is, yes. Don't remember where to find it off the top of my head. If you are on Slack, shoot a message to @pblck, I'm sure he can direct you to the right GitHub.

4. You can find a list of faucets here: http://www.waveswiki.org/index.php?title=Sources_and_Services
Some let you claim hourly.

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August 04, 2017, 08:26:48 AM
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If I buy a alt coin on wavesdex how does one withdraw that coin to another exchange for arb?
Which altcoin are we talking about?

Just ran into this myself...the answer is in this thread.  What you will have to do is remove or comment out a section:
#create-alias {
    #   WAVES = 100000
    # }
I have commented out (using the #) in my conf file.  Hope this helps.

Thanks for pointing that out.
I also have to disable the matcher otherwise it will still came out error.

Also I have another question.
Does the default config automatically accept all kind of payment fees or do I need to input it one by one by asset ID to accept it?

Thank you.
You have to add accepted asset fees manually, one by one by using the asset ID.

I wonder if I put some btc in my wallet that they'll sill send BCC to it? any deadline?
No. BCC/BCH was distributed based on a snapshot of the Bitcoin Blockchain right before the fork happened.


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August 04, 2017, 09:08:46 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?
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August 04, 2017, 09:17:15 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?

You could do this as airdrops. You need to run a fullnode for that purpose or have to find a node owner who does the airdrops for you.
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August 04, 2017, 09:26:57 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?
Yes, you are. The feature is not yet included in the user interface so you'd have to do it programmatically by yourself. Basically, you pull off the addresses of your token holders and distribute the dividends through a script to them.

We hope to offer this feature in the Lite Client soon which would also make it way easier for the average user.

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August 04, 2017, 09:31:21 AM
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KarlKarlsson_ how many WAVES do you own sir?
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August 04, 2017, 10:11:26 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?
Yes, you are. The feature is not yet included in the user interface so you'd have to do it programmatically by yourself. Basically, you pull off the addresses of your token holders and distribute the dividends through a script to them.

We hope to offer this feature in the Lite Client soon which would also make it way easier for the average user.

Okay, I can manage to get a script to distribute the dividends but how will be able to see who holds them? And as mikelv mentioned would I need to have a fullnode? P.S. thanks for the rapid reply from the both of you.
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August 04, 2017, 10:20:17 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?
Yes, you are. The feature is not yet included in the user interface so you'd have to do it programmatically by yourself. Basically, you pull off the addresses of your token holders and distribute the dividends through a script to them.

We hope to offer this feature in the Lite Client soon which would also make it way easier for the average user.

Okay, I can manage to get a script to distribute the dividends but how will be able to see who holds them? And as mikelv mentioned would I need to have a fullnode? P.S. thanks for the rapid reply from the both of you.

There is also a function which can be used on a node to get a list which shows the addresses and the number of coins these hold. Like I wrote, you can run a node yourself or find a node owner who can do this for you.
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August 04, 2017, 10:45:00 AM
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August 04, 2017, 10:50:06 AM
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@bidz @KarlKarlsson_
Thank you both of you... I will definitely check them out.
At glance I see that instead of using 15 random words
I would be supplying something similar to privkey (not the actual privkey) for the seed
would this lessen the security makes my address more vulnerable to brute force attack?

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August 04, 2017, 11:03:53 AM
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Can anybody please answer me this question, I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would I be able to distribute dividends to my token holders in the waves platform?
Yes, you are. The feature is not yet included in the user interface so you'd have to do it programmatically by yourself. Basically, you pull off the addresses of your token holders and distribute the dividends through a script to them.

We hope to offer this feature in the Lite Client soon which would also make it way easier for the average user.

Okay, I can manage to get a script to distribute the dividends but how will be able to see who holds them? And as mikelv mentioned would I need to have a fullnode? P.S. thanks for the rapid reply from the both of you.
You query the blockchain to see who holds the token at whatever block height you define. As Mike said, you can either do it through your own node, ask someone to do it for you or use the open API of the official Waves node.

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August 04, 2017, 11:06:19 AM
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@bidz @KarlKarlsson_
Thank you both of you... I will definitely check them out.
At glance I see that instead of using 15 random words
I would be supplying something similar to privkey (not the actual privkey) for the seed
would this lessen the security makes my address more vulnerable to brute force attack?

Don't confuse private key and seed.

The SEED is the passphrase which gives you access to your funds, the private key is used to sign transactions in the background. Keep both safe and secure at all times.

Btw, our word table for the SEED consists of 2048 words which gives us 15^2048 possibilities. With today's technology, a brute force attack is almost impossible as it would take ages (read years) to do.

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August 04, 2017, 11:13:52 AM
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That is why Edutainment.Tech both ICO was started on Waves  Tongue

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Yes, you are. The feature is not yet included in the user interface so you'd have to do it programmatically by yourself. Basically, you pull off the addresses of your token holders and distribute the dividends through a script to them.

We hope to offer this feature in the Lite Client soon which would also make it way easier for the average user.

Okay, I can manage to get a script to distribute the dividends but how will be able to see who holds them? And as mikelv mentioned would I need to have a fullnode? P.S. thanks for the rapid reply from the both of you.
You query the blockchain to see who holds the token at whatever block height you define. As Mike said, you can either do it through your own node, ask someone to do it for you or use the open API of the official Waves node.

Exactly - and that is making it pretty neat for investment-type coins

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