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May 02, 2018, 11:58:03 AM
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Recently MyWish platform collaborated with RSK. Now it's possible to create Bitcoin smart contracts with a few clicks on MyWish. I think this is a great achievement of the crypto world!
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May 02, 2018, 12:23:51 PM
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Recently MyWish platform collaborated with RSK. Now it's possible to create Bitcoin smart contracts with a few clicks on MyWish. I think this is a great achievement of the crypto world!

I have checked the website and I was surprised to see the contracts you mentioned. I thought it was like the smart contract on Ethereums ERC 20 platform but my expectations was turned down. But I was really surprised by the kind of contracts that you placed on the site such as Wedding contract, Lost key contract and Last Will contract. This is a unique idea and I do hope you will succeed on this one and keep your security very tight since those contracts are not a joke.
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May 02, 2018, 03:48:21 PM
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Is it only a BTC contracts only? I mean lot of people using ETH for that purposes
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May 03, 2018, 08:45:38 AM
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Is it only a BTC contracts only? I mean lot of people using ETH for that purposes

As I know this platform has Ethereum smart contracts and also BTC and NEO
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May 03, 2018, 08:59:54 AM
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Recently MyWish platform collaborated with RSK. Now it's possible to create Bitcoin smart contracts with a few clicks on MyWish. I think this is a great achievement of the crypto world!

I have checked the website and I was surprised to see the contracts you mentioned. I thought it was like the smart contract on Ethereums ERC 20 platform but my expectations was turned down. But I was really surprised by the kind of contracts that you placed on the site such as Wedding contract, Lost key contract and Last Will contract. This is a unique idea and I do hope you will succeed on this one and keep your security very tight since those contracts are not a joke.
Yeah, by my opinion, this project is one of the best ones from Russian Devs (Usually, if there are Russians in the team, I miss the project. But not in this case).
Last Will contract - is very important for every investor/holder: as for me, I want all my cryptocurrencies will be transferred to my family after my death.
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May 03, 2018, 09:07:35 AM
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Recently MyWish platform collaborated with RSK. Now it's possible to create Bitcoin smart contracts with a few clicks on MyWish. I think this is a great achievement of the crypto world!
Existing smart contract platforms require that all nodes and blockchain backups be configured for decentralized application operations. Qtum can use smart contracts without installing large-capacity professional software. Therefore smart contracts can be used in low data storage environments such as mobile phones and IoT devices.
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May 03, 2018, 09:11:07 AM
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Bitcoin transaction always has a prove of transaction successful, and the code is simply identified when the transaction is done and it always stand for confirmation on any smart contract to show the prove of ownership payment. Where the Code is very important, for a reference.
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May 03, 2018, 09:58:45 AM
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Yeah, by my opinion, this project is one of the best ones from Russian Devs (Usually, if there are Russians in the team, I miss the project. But not in this case).
Last Will contract - is very important for every investor/holder: as for me, I want all my cryptocurrencies will be transferred to my family after my death.

I also think so. These guys are professionals and I really trust them. They also have a very important smart contract named Lost key contract which redirect your crypto to the backup wallet if you'll lose your access or private key. Remember how many people lost their keys and they will never use their cryptocurrency! This contract is a solution and this idea is very good
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May 03, 2018, 12:34:25 PM
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I also think so. These guys are professionals and I really trust them. They also have a very important smart contract named Lost key contract which redirect your crypto to the backup wallet if you'll lose your access or private key. Remember how many people lost their keys and they will never use their cryptocurrency! This contract is a solution and this idea is very good

wow, I didn't know that there is such kind of contracts. I wish it was created earlier

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May 04, 2018, 11:44:24 AM
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I have checked the website and I was surprised to see the contracts you mentioned. I thought it was like the smart contract on Ethereums ERC 20 platform but my expectations was turned down. But I was really surprised by the kind of contracts that you placed on the site such as Wedding contract, Lost key contract and Last Will contract. This is a unique idea and I do hope you will succeed on this one and keep your security very tight since those contracts are not a joke.

Wedding contract? Sounds unusual. It's interesting, is there somebody who already created such contract? Smiley
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May 04, 2018, 11:51:22 AM
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people are getting over excited about something thats not bitcoin.

read the details
you have to spend your bitcoin. and get handed another currency. and its the other currency that has the contracts.

a true bitcoin contract is where you hold and remain incharge of bitcoins without having to touch an altcoin

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May 10, 2018, 03:09:49 PM
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Wedding contract? Sounds unusual. It's interesting, is there somebody who already created such contract? Smiley

I bet wedding contracts are not usual for most of people who married so wedding contract on blockchain has a really low chances of becoming mass popular. Don't you think so?
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May 10, 2018, 03:23:29 PM
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Wedding contract? Sounds unusual. It's interesting, is there somebody who already created such contract? Smiley

I bet wedding contracts are not usual for most of people who married so wedding contract on blockchain has a really low chances of becoming mass popular. Don't you think so?

People are getting weirder and weirder nowadays Cheesy

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