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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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August 04, 2017, 11:22:23 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.

Yes, I didn't mix them up but I was talking about the vanitygen pointed out by bidz
the vanitygen is creating seed that looks like privkey instead of set of random words
If I use the 'password' as the seed on waves wallet, it gives out that vanity address
but too bad I don't know how compile it for win32 because available binaries only for win & linux 64

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Address: 3P3KV14kmZRTueqxHXKbgzNCfv3HMsWAVEs
Password: cSLYycKbec4VMh1m9RE1E4WVB6k

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August 04, 2017, 01:06:50 PM
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none of the faucets seem to be working.
even wavesgo faucet is telling me I already claim for the hour on my first attempt

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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.
oh btw... shouldn't it be 2048^15 ?
a set of 15 words as paraphrase with 2kb dictionary word

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August 04, 2017, 01:24:19 PM
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Fasten your seatbelts, we are going to deposit Bitcoin Cash to your wallets!

http://support.wavesplatform.com/topics/5167-fasten-your-seatbelts-we-are-going-to-deposit-bitcoin-cash-to-your-wallets/

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August 04, 2017, 01:35:54 PM
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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.

Yes, I didn't mix them up but I was talking about the vanitygen pointed out by bidz
the vanitygen is creating seed that looks like privkey instead of set of random words
If I use the 'password' as the seed on waves wallet, it gives out that vanity address
but too bad I don't know how compile it for win32 because available binaries only for win & linux 64

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Address: 3P3KV14kmZRTueqxHXKbgzNCfv3HMsWAVEs
Password: cSLYycKbec4VMh1m9RE1E4WVB6k
Oh, misunderstood you then.

The password in this case would be your seed, yes. The Lite Client also allows you to create your own SEED with whatever characters and symbols you wish to use but that's really only recommendable to advanced users.

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August 04, 2017, 01:40:12 PM
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none of the faucets seem to be working.
even wavesgo faucet is telling me I already claim for the hour on my first attempt

---snip---
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.
oh btw... shouldn't it be 2048^15 ?
a set of 15 words as paraphrase with 2kb dictionary word

Can't really speak for the faucets as they're independent projects. You'd have to get in touch with them and ask why it's not working. Btw, there is also https://wavesmine.com/jumpstart, don't think it's in the Wiki list yet.

Yes, you're right. Maths...  Wink

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August 04, 2017, 03:36:35 PM
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Why is it that The DEX always says "Nothing is Found" when you type the token of choice to pair with WAVES or Bitcoin?
I do have about 1200 ZRcoin and just wanted to check whether there are market and volume to such coin but it always says Nothing is Found.


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August 04, 2017, 08:02:33 PM
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Kuna Exchange: A tool for Initial Coin Offerings

https://twitter.com/coremedia_info/status/893519230334840833

"Felt like throwing an ETH party today... WAVES, FCT, STRAT, DGB, BTS all have ETH markets now!"

https://twitter.com/richiela/status/893532520427307008

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August 04, 2017, 09:16:20 PM
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Why is it that The DEX always says "Nothing is Found" when you type the token of choice to pair with WAVES or Bitcoin?
I do have about 1200 ZRcoin and just wanted to check whether there are market and volume to such coin but it always says Nothing is Found.




It works perfectly the sale and purchase of ZRcoin updates the computer ...
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August 04, 2017, 09:17:51 PM
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Kuna Exchange: A tool for Initial Coin Offerings

https://twitter.com/coremedia_info/status/893519230334840833

"Felt like throwing an ETH party today... WAVES, FCT, STRAT, DGB, BTS all have ETH markets now!"

https://twitter.com/richiela/status/893532520427307008

Good news Cool

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=ETH-WAVES

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August 04, 2017, 09:20:40 PM
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Kuna Exchange: A tool for Initial Coin Offerings

https://twitter.com/coremedia_info/status/893519230334840833

"Felt like throwing an ETH party today... WAVES, FCT, STRAT, DGB, BTS all have ETH markets now!"

https://twitter.com/richiela/status/893532520427307008

nice I really like how waves brings a lot of updates instead of announcing a lot and release nothing





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August 04, 2017, 09:28:57 PM
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Kuna Exchange: A tool for Initial Coin Offerings

https://twitter.com/coremedia_info/status/893519230334840833

"Felt like throwing an ETH party today... WAVES, FCT, STRAT, DGB, BTS all have ETH markets now!"

https://twitter.com/richiela/status/893532520427307008

nice I really like how waves brings a lot of updates instead of announcing a lot and release nothing

Well said! Infact that's the reason because of I recently invested in Waves. I want to think that this is just the beginning ☺






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