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May 11, 2016, 01:13:46 AM
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Hey all, we just released the latest updated on Counterparty Smart Contracts: https://counterparty.io/news/proposal-for-ethereum-smart-contracts-on-counterparty-mainnet/

this is big. weird that everyone is silent in this thread.

hold your XCP

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May 11, 2016, 08:03:16 AM
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Hey all, we just released the latest updated on Counterparty Smart Contracts: https://counterparty.io/news/proposal-for-ethereum-smart-contracts-on-counterparty-mainnet/

this is big. weird that everyone is silent in this thread.

hold your XCP

XCP looking good long term investment. I think this is really like BTC 2.0 what markets adopt slowly but sure Smiley
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May 12, 2016, 05:51:08 PM
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The CounterParty is just starting  Cool
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May 12, 2016, 06:18:29 PM
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XCP future looks promising. Is there some kind of development roadmap defined for this year? Would like to invest some to XCP for longer term after the pump/dump has settled down
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May 12, 2016, 06:48:02 PM
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When you make an exchange order and your coins go into escrow, how long does it take to get those funds released from escrow when you cancel the order?

some of my funds have been locked in escrow for half the day now.

Edit-  They finally cleared.  How long does it usually take?  I was guessing it would take as long as they do to confirm in the blockchain, but it wasn't even close.

Thanks in advance.

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May 12, 2016, 08:25:33 PM
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Determining whether to use XCP for gas, or an “XCPC” stake token that is periodically awarded to XCP holders by the protocol, based on their XCP holdings.

    If XCP is used, a solution to control the rate of deflation will need to be found, as unlike Ether, no additional XCP will be created. That, or XCP consumed could be frozen for some period of time, imposing an opportunity cost.
    If “XCPC” is used, the rate of generation and caps on the max number of XCPC in existence at any one time will need to be discussed and established.

--- XCPC token would be rather weird - yet another token, periodically freely airdropped to XCP owners, essentially at no cost. 
To execute a smart contract you can
1. buy some XCP,
2. get free gas (XCPC),
3. use the gas and sell your XCP.

--- Freezing instead of burning? This doesn't solve the problem. If many people freeze their XCP, it leads to the same distortion. The rate of freezing would have to be decreasing.     

--- Decrease the rate of deflation - maybe the best option? 


Re: freezing, I'm not sure the amount of XCP frozen at any one time would be material to the total amount of XCP in existence. If that is not the case, then some "scale down" coefficient can be introduced that will reduce the amount of coins frozen for a given smart contract execution as the total # of coins frozen at any one time increases. Schemes like that do add complexity, however, and I'd like to avoid them if it's not deemed totally necessary, at least for a first pass.

Freezing as a solution entirely depends on parameters. Especially time. Short term freezing is similar to XCPC solution. Long term freezing is similar to burning. Actually burning is a special case of freezing (infinity freezing).

If not really long-term, freezing basically means a near zero cost of the execution of smart contracts. Most XCP holders hold long term anyway.
First, the idea of zero cost goes against the principle of "gas". Second, XCP token would not be much useful in such a situation.
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May 18, 2016, 11:45:07 PM
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The 2016 Counterparty Foundation has been busy. Announcements include a monthly community meeting, website revamp, formation of an outreach group and more!

http://counterparty.io/news/counterparty-foundation-update/
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May 19, 2016, 01:19:59 AM
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how do i deposit xcp on the decentralized exchange i deposited btc but how xcp

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May 20, 2016, 04:31:27 AM
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how do i deposit xcp on the decentralized exchange i deposited btc but how xcp

You can simply send the XCP to the same address you sent the BTC to. The decentralized exchange platform can determine the balances of BTC, XCP and any assets owned on each address and allow you to transfer those in and out.
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May 20, 2016, 08:55:15 AM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.

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May 20, 2016, 04:00:42 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

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May 20, 2016, 06:25:19 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

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May 20, 2016, 06:38:55 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

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May 21, 2016, 10:18:27 AM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

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May 21, 2016, 05:03:00 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

Counterwallet is a web wallet. https://wallet.counterwallet.io/

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May 22, 2016, 06:18:25 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

Counterwallet is a web wallet. https://wallet.counterwallet.io/


A centralized wallet is vulnerable to attack.  I thought there was also a qt/core wallet.  I remember a python version.  What ever happened to it?  Is it or another qt/core wallet being updated in sync with the web wallet development?



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May 22, 2016, 07:32:37 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

Counterwallet is a web wallet. https://wallet.counterwallet.io/


A centralized wallet is vulnerable to attack.  I thought there was also a qt/core wallet.  I remember a python version.  What ever happened to it?  Is it or another qt/core wallet being updated in sync with the web wallet development?

You can store your XCP and Counterparty assets in Bitcoin Armory and use Counterwallet to broadcast the offline transactions. That way the tokens are never accessible on the web.

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May 22, 2016, 11:25:01 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

Counterwallet is a web wallet. https://wallet.counterwallet.io/


A centralized wallet is vulnerable to attack.  I thought there was also a qt/core wallet.  I remember a python version.  What ever happened to it?  Is it or another qt/core wallet being updated in sync with the web wallet development?

You can store your XCP and Counterparty assets in Bitcoin Armory and use Counterwallet to broadcast the offline transactions. That way the tokens are never accessible on the web.

Point taken, but do you know what ever happened to the python wallet?  Is there any qt/core development going on?

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May 23, 2016, 03:17:36 PM
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The Counterparty Update for 05/23 includes information on Storj, Spells of Genesis, and a new game called SaruTobi. Core Dev Ruben de Vries comments on P2SH implementation and Counterparty Community Director Koji Higashi speaks on the state of Bitcoin and Counterparty in Japan. http://counterparty.io/news/counterparty-update-052316/
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May 24, 2016, 04:02:49 PM
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i have an old scotcoin wallet, and i was wondering how i move the coins to the counterparty wallet.
You said it has a wallet, i doubt an XCP asset has a wallet so i dont think you can move it.

didnt they all have a wallet at some time? how do you get coins from their old wallet into a counterparty wallet, is what i am asking?

You import the private key. Shown here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtd7xwoy91lurqo/Screenshot%202016-05-20%2011.38.53.png?dl=0

so is that the web based electrum wallet, or is there a qt/core binary as well?

Counterwallet is a web wallet. https://wallet.counterwallet.io/


A centralized wallet is vulnerable to attack.  I thought there was also a qt/core wallet.  I remember a python version.  What ever happened to it?  Is it or another qt/core wallet being updated in sync with the web wallet development?

You can store your XCP and Counterparty assets in Bitcoin Armory and use Counterwallet to broadcast the offline transactions. That way the tokens are never accessible on the web.

Point taken, but do you know what ever happened to the python wallet?  Is there any qt/core development going on?



Last time I used counterblock/lib or something from the official development, pointed that to the coindaddy public counterparty server together with bitcoind wallet. I was able to all counterparty functionalities thru command lines (made a vote for community leader). So I only need to have the big ass bitcoin blockchain, but do not need run the bigger ass  counterparty chain. Not so bad really.
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