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March 16, 2016, 11:05:48 PM
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Did people lose all their ethers trying to trade on PI day or what? I can't believe they're not taking the chance to get some easy money.
Last week was awesome on the other pyramid, and this one's fresher so it's less risky.
Stop being shy, we need more deposits!  Tongue

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Did people lose all their ethers trying to trade on PI day or what? I can't believe they're not taking the chance to get some easy money.
Last week was awesome on the other pyramid, and this one's fresher so it's less risky.
Stop being shy, we need more deposits!  Tongue

That dynamic pyramid dapp is going to be awesome again this Friday, did you think all of that fun came randomly out of nowhere?
Stay tuned...  Wink
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March 17, 2016, 10:18:45 AM
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Hello,

i have a problem importing the JSON interface.
My wallet (Mist Wallet 0.5.2 (Beta 10) always says JSON interface could not be read.

Any hints?

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March 17, 2016, 12:58:24 PM
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Hello,

i have a problem importing the JSON interface.
My wallet (Mist Wallet 0.5.2 (Beta 10) always says JSON interface could not be read.

Any hints?

Thanks and regards,
djoser.

Hi,
i'm getting the same. Maybe there is something wrong in your code?

kind regards,
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March 17, 2016, 01:35:30 PM
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Hello,

i have a problem importing the JSON interface.
My wallet (Mist Wallet 0.5.2 (Beta 10) always says JSON interface could not be read.

Any hints?

Thanks and regards,
djoser.

Hi,
i'm getting the same. Maybe there is something wrong in your code?

kind regards,
Marcus

I checked it out. It works on my wallet

Try to use this way

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[ { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "currentPyramidBalanceApproximately", "outputs": [ { "name": "pyramidBalance", "type": "uint256", "value": "111", "displayName": "pyramid Balance" }, { "name": "info", "type": "string", "value": "All balance values are measured in Ethers, note that due to no decimal placing, these values show up as integers only, within the contract itself you will get the exact decimal value you are supposed to", "displayName": "info" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "current Pyramid Balance Approximately" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "feesSeperateFromBalanceApproximately", "outputs": [ { "name": "fees", "type": "uint256", "value": "72", "displayName": "fees" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "fees Seperate From Balance Approximately" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [ { "name": "_pcent", "type": "uint256", "typeShort": "uint", "bits": "256", "displayName": "&thinsp;<span class=\"punctuation\">_</span>&thinsp;pcent", "template": "elements_input_uint" } ], "name": "collectPercentOfFees", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "collect Percent Of Fees" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "nextPayoutWhenPyramidBalanceTotalsApproximately", "outputs": [ { "name": "balancePayout", "type": "uint256", "value": "150", "displayName": "balance Payout" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "next Payout When Pyramid Balance Totals Approximately" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [], "name": "DynamicPyramid", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": " Dynamic Pyramid" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [], "name": "collectAllFees", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "collect All Fees" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "currentMultiplier", "outputs": [ { "name": "multiplier", "type": "uint256", "value": "150", "displayName": "multiplier" }, { "name": "info", "type": "string", "value": "This multiplier applies to you as soon as transaction is received, may be lowered to hasten payouts or increased if payouts are fast enough. Due to no float or decimals, multiplier is x100 for a fractional multiplier e.g. 250 is actually a 2.5x multiplier. Capped at 3x max and 1.2x min.", "displayName": "info" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "current Multiplier" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "currentFeePercentage", "outputs": [ { "name": "fee", "type": "uint256", "value": "10", "displayName": "fee" }, { "name": "info", "type": "string", "value": "Shown in % form. Fee is halved(50%) for amounts equal or greater than 50 ethers. (Fee may change, but is capped to a maximum of 10%)", "displayName": "info" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "current Fee Percentage" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [ { "name": "orderInPyramid", "type": "uint256", "typeShort": "uint", "bits": "256", "displayName": "order In Pyramid", "template": "elements_input_uint" } ], "name": "participantDetails", "outputs": [ { "name": "Address", "type": "address", "value": "0xdd68da49b2a0c46eb508bd4f18044b5c6268ad60", "displayName": " Address" }, { "name": "Payout", "type": "uint256", "value": "3", "displayName": " Payout" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "participant Details" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "totalParticipants", "outputs": [ { "name": "count", "type": "uint256", "value": "50", "displayName": "count" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "total Participants" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [ { "name": "_owner", "type": "address", "typeShort": "address", "bits": "", "displayName": "&thinsp;<span class=\"punctuation\">_</span>&thinsp;owner", "template": "elements_input_address" } ], "name": "changeOwner", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "change Owner" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [ { "name": "_amt", "type": "uint256", "typeShort": "uint", "bits": "256", "displayName": "&thinsp;<span class=\"punctuation\">_</span>&thinsp;amt", "template": "elements_input_uint" } ], "name": "collectFeesInEther", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "collect Fees In Ether" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [ { "name": "_mult", "type": "uint256", "typeShort": "uint", "bits": "256", "displayName": "&thinsp;<span class=\"punctuation\">_</span>&thinsp;mult", "template": "elements_input_uint" } ], "name": "changeMultiplier", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "change Multiplier" }, { "constant": true, "inputs": [], "name": "numberOfParticipantsWaitingForPayout", "outputs": [ { "name": "count", "type": "uint256", "value": "21", "displayName": "count" } ], "type": "function", "displayName": "number Of Participants Waiting For Payout" }, { "constant": false, "inputs": [ { "name": "_fee", "type": "uint256", "typeShort": "uint", "bits": "256", "displayName": "&thinsp;<span class=\"punctuation\">_</span>&thinsp;fee", "template": "elements_input_uint" } ], "name": "changeFeePercentage", "outputs": [], "type": "function", "displayName": "change Fee Percentage" } ]

Hi,
thx. that works.

best regards,
Marcus
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March 17, 2016, 01:37:52 PM
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Works for me now, too.

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March 17, 2016, 02:33:07 PM
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Hey Polly Stripe,

I have a question for better understanding this contract.

If i send you 1 ETH and after a certain amount of time you send me back a multiplied amount of this one ETH then the contract is fulfilled, right?
So this is a one time multiplication only and i would have to send another ETH to get another multiplication, correct?

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March 17, 2016, 02:55:26 PM
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I totally understand that i don't send any coins to you personally, but to the contract, which you don't own.

My question was if this is a one time multiplication only, or if my initial "deposit" stays in the contract and i get payouts periodically (like interest).

But if i understand you right, this is a one time thing only  Smiley

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March 17, 2016, 03:01:25 PM
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I have a problem with importing json script to the ethereum wallet in Contracts section. I am getting error: couldnt parse json interface , using 0.5.2 beta 10 wallet?!
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March 17, 2016, 08:12:35 PM
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New code works!  Thank you
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March 25, 2016, 01:04:45 AM
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Small queue, tested code, honest developer, tagged address. Wink

I like this one. Have made a couple hundred eth off of it so far. Queue is still much smaller than etherdouubler so much better chance of return.
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March 25, 2016, 07:23:59 PM
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The next payment of one of the participants successfully paid off! Grin

https://etherscan.io/tx/0x15f1b6c7d12422a76c9ac7081162c11ab043b540cc95f891344ae93e0b4b7429



Maybe someone can help me understand something. Ive tried to make a 1 Eth deposit on Myetherumwallet.com but I get transaction gas to low?? So I move over to advanced options and input the info.. It shows the contract gas price of 21000000000?Huh I tried this on another dapp contract like this one, and got the same thing .. That can't be right Huh  So what am I doing wrong.. Thanks




Your contract Gas price is up to 21000000000 per transaction ??

That's like 105 BTC Huh



I just use the ethereum wallet and have never had any issues.  Pretty sure that gas amount is in wei which would be .000000021 ether. Sorry I cant really be of more help, never used a web wallet.
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March 25, 2016, 08:11:00 PM
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yeah I'm not sure either about the value.. But normal transaction in gas is 21000 .. I've been downloading/syncing  off and on, the last couple days now.. @445,644 of 1,216,454 LOL Mist Wallet.. 
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March 26, 2016, 03:01:46 PM
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Website seems to be down but the contract is still working and this pyramid still in pretty early stages.
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March 27, 2016, 05:18:29 AM
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am i getting this 100% right, you guys do a ponzi and now just call it "backed up by a smart contract" telling people its somehow secure because the "contract" belongs to anyone, yes?

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March 28, 2016, 02:18:31 AM
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am i getting this 100% right, you guys do a ponzi and now just call it "backed up by a smart contract" telling people its somehow secure because the "contract" belongs to anyone, yes?

Well yes, it's a pyramid smart contract. The gist is that Ethereum is a decentralised network run by thousands of nodes and cannot be shutdown. So once a smart contract (such as Rubixi) is deployed, it will run for ever without the need of a middleman.

Rubixi's Contract Source Code Verified: https://etherscan.io/address/0xe82719202e5965Cf5D9B6673B7503a3b92DE20be#code

Awesome. This looks like another exciting dynamic pyramid app. Since the first one I have got into, payouts are real slow, i'd better hurry and deposit some ETH in this one before it is too late and I miss the chance of receiving fast payouts. This one has been added to my favorite list of ETH dapps.  Smiley

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March 28, 2016, 02:26:01 AM
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Oh this is a doubler too but with eth, whats the different of this to the investor based games? All member participated there are being tagged.

Anyway i want to try but i dont have ETH ill exchange some later.

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March 28, 2016, 02:47:57 AM
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am i getting this 100% right, you guys do a ponzi and now just call it "backed up by a smart contract" telling people its somehow secure because the "contract" belongs to anyone, yes?

Well yes, it's a pyramid smart contract. The gist is that Ethereum is a decentralised network run by thousands of nodes and cannot be shutdown. So once a smart contract (such as Rubixi) is deployed, it will run for ever without the need of a middleman.

Rubixi's Contract Source Code Verified: https://etherscan.io/address/0xe82719202e5965Cf5D9B6673B7503a3b92DE20be#code

It is a ponzi. It just means the "system" (aka website for other ponzis) will not vanish, but the system will collapse as every other ponzi if no one goes on with sending funds. you are just suggesting it "runs forever" which might technically correct for the ponzi it self but its no warranty payouts will happen forever. correct me if i am wrong.

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March 28, 2016, 04:47:28 AM
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am i getting this 100% right, you guys do a ponzi and now just call it "backed up by a smart contract" telling people its somehow secure because the "contract" belongs to anyone, yes?

Well yes, it's a pyramid smart contract. The gist is that Ethereum is a decentralised network run by thousands of nodes and cannot be shutdown. So once a smart contract (such as Rubixi) is deployed, it will run for ever without the need of a middleman.

Rubixi's Contract Source Code Verified: https://etherscan.io/address/0xe82719202e5965Cf5D9B6673B7503a3b92DE20be#code

It is a ponzi. It just means the "system" (aka website for other ponzis) will not vanish, but the system will collapse as every other ponzi if no one goes on with sending funds. you are just suggesting it "runs forever" which might technically correct for the ponzi it self but its no warranty payouts will happen forever. correct me if i am wrong.

Your correct, No guarantee of payout if people stop adding eth, but the contract will exist forever. The creator can't just shut it down and run off with the funds, unless they put it in the code which is open source and even for a non programmer like me can be fairly easy to understand.
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