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September 02, 2017, 06:05:12 AM
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This service is great.
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September 02, 2017, 02:10:31 PM
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I just sent my 10MNE to the address and waited over 16 hours for the contract address to be generated
I than followed the steps in the YouTube video to a tee and created my tokens. when I go to add them in myetherwallet the balance shows 0 ICOT and I created 100,000,000 coins.

Why is this happening? This process is proving to be the most glitchy problem filled time ive ever had in crypto.

My transaction Id is : https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9c213f0dba1f334a6cb5296443352e0043d2676ebd915c30f6cd8a69b0725fef

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September 02, 2017, 02:52:42 PM
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I just sent my 10MNE to the address and waited over 16 hours for the contract address to be generated
I than followed the steps in the YouTube video to a tee and created my tokens. when I go to add them in myetherwallet the balance shows 0 ICOT and I created 100,000,000 coins.

Why is this happening? This process is proving to be the most glitchy problem filled time ive ever had in crypto.

My transaction Id is : https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9c213f0dba1f334a6cb5296443352e0043d2676ebd915c30f6cd8a69b0725fef



Hi,

Your contract is now deployed.

Unfortunately on few occasions the ethereum node gets stuck and when that happens we have to wait for the node to sync.

But normally the whole process takes less than 5 minutes. In any case your contract will always be deployed despite of delays.

Regarding the contract you are referring to in the transaction https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9c213f0dba1f334a6cb5296443352e0043d2676ebd915c30f6cd8a69b0725fef

The problem here is that this contract was deployed from the address 0x07159a1ec86e071ff5860c94601215a17eef5a20 and you are trying to Setup the token with the address 0x5b91aae8a5a898d055533b872f11236a9bd49201.

So either you are using the wrong address to setup the token, or you are using the wrong Smart Contract address.

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September 09, 2017, 09:39:35 PM
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Forgive me for all the questions. I'm switching from Waves and I'm moving to a ERC20 token that I'm creating with your service. The exchanges are asking for the tokens source code and the following information below;

Algo

Number of blocks

Min commission

Block time

Dev Language

secp256k1 ver Yes or No

Type POS or POW
 (For this one I don't think it Proof Of Work or Proof Of Stake.)  They don't give me a No option.
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September 10, 2017, 12:18:35 PM
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Forgive me for all the questions. I'm switching from Waves and I'm moving to a ERC20 token that I'm creating with your service. The exchanges are asking for the tokens source code and the following information below;

Algo

Number of blocks

Min commission

Block time

Dev Language

secp256k1 ver Yes or No

Type POS or POW
 (For this one I don't think it Proof Of Work or Proof Of Stake.)  They don't give me a No option.


Algo: ERC20 Ethereum Token

All the rest is irrelevant for ETH Tokens so you can leave blank, put POW if you really need to put something (since ethereum is POW).

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September 12, 2017, 02:07:58 PM
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This is a nice token creation service, I have just created a new token contract by using minereum token service. It was created successfully, but I have one question:-

What should I do next to setup the contract so that I can send token to buyer automatically once they paid me ethereum? Any guidance?

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September 13, 2017, 12:32:06 AM
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Hi. I want to know it too.

How can use the smart token for an ico? Can we modify the smart contract after and add some new functions?
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September 18, 2017, 05:31:52 AM
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I just sent 10 MNE on your contract address.. Where should I get my contract address.
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September 20, 2017, 12:31:00 PM
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I have a one question please reply as soon as possible. I made smart contracts from your service. Now I have a question how can I send ether through that smart contracts in the future if I have crowdsale.. How can I get private key of that smart contracts you made it?
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September 22, 2017, 07:32:26 AM
Last edit: September 22, 2017, 07:51:43 AM by pynetx
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Are tokens created through Minereum support feature like automatically send the custom token to the person who sent ETH to token owner's address?
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September 24, 2017, 05:10:24 AM
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Hey MNE folks,

This might interest you:

https://github.com/DunnCreativeSS/NodeAutoReimbuseTx

I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to either share and explain the above script or incorporate it in your scripts Smiley

NodeAutoReimbuseTx

This script builds on the MNE Token Creation Service: http://tokenservice.minereum.com/. Now, after you have your tokens, you can use this node script (along with geth (synced!) and solc on local machine (recommend Ubuntu)).

Replace tokenEthRate in test.js with your token/eth rate. It's currently set to ~$1.00 USD a/o date of publishing.
Enter in your EtherScan API key in the provided field in the same file.
Create your MNE tokens, visit EtherScan and hit 'Read Smart Contract,' copy your ABI JSON.
Replace the contents of contract.json with this information.
Place the hex version of your private key for the address holding the token's string inside key.prv, and run geth account import key.prv.
Replace tokenAddress in that same above file with the address holding (and disbursing) tokens.
Run geth --rpc --rpcaddr="0.0.0.0" --rpccorsdomain="*" --rpcapi="db,eth,net,web3,personal,web3"
Run node test.js
Now, every 5 seconds the script will check for new tx since the last tx it processed (by block height saved in tx.csv). If it finds one coming IN from an address with Eth value, it will send a proportional value tokens back to that address.
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September 28, 2017, 01:56:06 AM
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Suppose i create my token name "KAM" but what is the value of the that token? Where we could sell it? Ethereum wallet is not the exchange, suppose i want to send it to my friend, how he will sell it or exchange it with others?? I didn't get this idea.. anyone have good answer?
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September 28, 2017, 02:17:45 AM
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Suppose i create my token name "KAM" but what is the value of the that token? Where we could sell it? Ethereum wallet is not the exchange, suppose i want to send it to my friend, how he will sell it or exchange it with others?? I didn't get this idea.. anyone have good answer?

What kind of question is that

You're responsible for your own token, you need to contact exchanges and get your token listed on them.
What does Minereum have to do with it?

It creates your token, you're free to send it and use, you got your token
It won't pay listings on exchanges for you lol

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October 05, 2017, 01:33:46 AM
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what is the value of the a token if it was set at  100 million .
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October 07, 2017, 02:06:20 AM
Last edit: October 07, 2017, 05:39:06 AM by happyhours
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what is the value of the a token if it was set at  100 million .

The value ofcourse will depend on how much the buyers/investors are willing to pay for your token.

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October 15, 2017, 04:55:28 PM
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The Token Creation Service will be disabled until the Ethereum Hard Fork is completed.

Do not send any coins to the Service Address until we reactivate the service.

When the Ethereum Fork is completed we will reactivate the service and this message will disappear from the main page.

More details about the Fork: https://www.coindesk.com/watch-ethereums-hard-fork-happens/

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October 17, 2017, 05:13:39 AM
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The Token Creation Service will be disabled until the Ethereum Hard Fork is completed

Do not send any coins to the Service Address until we reactivate the service.

When the Ethereum Fork is completed we will reactivate the service and these messages will disapear.

More details about the Fork: https://www.coindesk.com/watch-ethereums-hard-fork-happens/



MINEREUM TOKEN CREATION SERVICE 1.23
V1.23 is now released, ERC23 contracts now supported.

Token Service website: http://tokenservice.minereum.com/
Video Tutorial: https://youtu.be/09EH3RMdxNU (Thanks to shawnlives)

If you are not familiar with Minereum you can read more info here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1867535.0

Minereum Token Creation Service is now live and allows anyone to create a fully compatible ERC20/ERC23 Ethereum Tokens with just a minereum transaction.

---> ERC23 standard is not recommended as not all services are compatible with it yet, if you want to create a fully standard token use ERC20, ERC23 should only be used if you want to experiment with it.

Ethereum Tokens can be created for a variety of reasons:
· To create an ICO
· Add it to an Exchange
· Trade them among friends
· Private use
· Etc.

Before using the service please take note of the following:

1. Always check this post before making a transaction to the service and follow its steps, the MNE price is dynamic and can be changed,
only transactions with the value >= the current price will be valid.
2. This is the first basic experimental version released to the public, our team will monitor it and will release updates if required.
3. DO NOT send transactions to the service from exchanges. You will not be able to Setup your token, transactions should be sent from an address that you have full control.
4. Any Minereum, Ether, or any other Token sent to the Service Address will be automatically destroyed and cannot be recovered.
5. All tokens generated by the service are 18 decimals

Current Price: 10 MNE (Price updated on August 02, 2017)
Token Creation Service Address: 0x41fAfB65B1514Ce1177287A567002f8978d98205

To Generate your Token, follow these steps:

1. Send 10 MNE (or higher) to the address 0x41fAfB65B1514Ce1177287A567002f8978d98205, to create ERC23 Tokens send 10.23 MNE (or any value > 10 with .23)
 1.1 If you don't have Minereum you can buy on the livecoin.net exchange under the symbols MNE/BTC or MNE/ETH, a guide can be found here: http://www.minereum.com/howtobuy
 1.2 The Address you send the transaction from will be the only address that will be able to configure the Token, make sure you have control over it
 1.3 If you don't own an Ethereum wallet you can create one easily at https://myetherwallet.com and the Ethereum Address can be used to receive Minereum
2. After few seconds you will see your transaction in the website http://tokenservice.minereum.com/
3. The transaction will be processed shortly, when all is done the status will be "Done" and your Token Address will be visible in the "Contract Address" Column
 3.1 Note: Delays may occur due to Ethereum Network issues or if any problem in our server, but in normal conditions the whole process takes less than 5 minutes

After this, you are in full control of your Token.

Source Code ERC20: https://pastebin.com/CD6Jas4A
Interface/ABI ERC20: https://pastebin.com/vfaret2t

Source Code ERC23: https://pastebin.com/EVvsGCAz
Interface/ABI ERC23: https://pastebin.com/R1yU1nRN

Next steps are:

1. Add your Token to your Ethereum Wallet or simply use https://myetherwallet.com to interact with it
 1.1 For example using https://myetherwallet.com, access the Contracts Page: https://www.myetherwallet.com/#contracts
 1.2 In the Contract Address field, insert your Contract Address (from http://tokenservice.minereum.com/) and the Interface/ABI provided above.

2. After you are able to Interact with the Contract, call the function SetupToken and set your Token Name, Token Symbol and Supply
  2.1 Only the Address that submitted the Minereum Transaction will be able to use this function
  2.2 This function can only be used once, so make sure the parameters you enter are correct
  2.3 The Total Supply will be attributed to the Address that submitted the Minereum Transaction
  2.4 The Supply decimals conversion is done automatically by the code so you just need to type the supply you wish (For example, 1 Million = 1000000)  

3. Refresh your wallet and you will see your address with your Token balance

4. If you need to add the Custom Token to your wallet use the following settings:
- Token Address: [YourTokenAddress] (from http://tokenservice.minereum.com/)
- Token Symbol: [YourTokenSymbol] (The one used in the setup)
- Token Decimals: 18

You can add it using myetherwallet.com after you open your account.

5. You will automatically have a block explorer available on http://etherscan.io:
https://etherscan.io/token/[YourTokenAddress]

6. If your source code is not automatically verified by therscan.io follow these steps: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1867535.msg19630037#msg19630037

We will update this post along the way with more useful info.

Do you have any tutorial or blog tips to put an erc20 token to any exchanger?
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October 17, 2017, 04:24:04 PM
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Hello I was told ethereum hard fork has been done.. But I don't see your service up and running.. I need it
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October 17, 2017, 07:39:24 PM
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Hello I was told ethereum hard fork has been done.. But I don't see your service up and running.. I need it

Up and running now

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October 19, 2017, 02:06:51 AM
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if i want use for ico or airdrop, how to distributed this token to all ethereum wallet?
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