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December 09, 2014, 01:28:13 AM
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Thank you for the thorough review! I'll take a look at addressing the issues when I get the chance. (Might be a day or so.)

Update: I've made some quick fixes for the two issues identified as blockers. I've added test cases for both, and they're both pushed to the repo:

https://github.com/PeterBorah/ethereum-powerball

That might be enough to fulfill the conditions of the bounty. However, as a matter of professional pride, I want to spend a little more time working on the quality of the code. The sorts of bugs found reveal what the weak spots are, and I have some ideas for making it more robust.* So, I'm going to try to work on that over the next couple evenings.

* For the programmers in the audience: I've basically got an implicit state machine with some pretty complex effects. I want to model it more directly so that it's easier to reason about and harder to end up in weird partial states. I'm also not dealing with storing data in a very principled way, so I want to think about encapsulating some of that.
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December 09, 2014, 02:10:41 AM
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Pretty sweet. Nicely done.

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Thank you for the thorough review! I'll take a look at addressing the issues when I get the chance. (Might be a day or so.)

Update: I've made some quick fixes for the two issues identified as blockers. I've added test cases for both, and they're both pushed to the repo:

https://github.com/PeterBorah/ethereum-powerball

That might be enough to fulfill the conditions of the bounty. However, as a matter of professional pride, I want to spend a little more time working on the quality of the code. The sorts of bugs found reveal what the weak spots are, and I have some ideas for making it more robust.* So, I'm going to try to work on that over the next couple evenings.

* For the programmers in the audience: I've basically got an implicit state machine with some pretty complex effects. I want to model it more directly so that it's easier to reason about and harder to end up in weird partial states. I'm also not dealing with storing data in a very principled way, so I want to think about encapsulating some of that.

Can you reply to this post with your XCP/BTC address.

Then I will send the link to the people who pledged to support your coding of this smart contract.

Me - 50 XCP
Matt Y - 20 XCP
Ivana - 10 XCP
Niceplum - 10 XCP 5 XCP (edit sorry i made a mistake too many numbers Shocked)
Tyhmakulho - 10 XCP
Ian - 10 XCP
Dante - not sure, expressed interest
Tusk - 2 XCP
Jonathan O - 3 XCP

Grand total: 115 XCP 110 XCP (EDIT) or about $600 equivalent at today's rates.

I am going to ask them all to send it directly to you as I don't want to be the middleman. Anyone sending please post here to confirm (if you have a bitcointalk account, some people may not).

Also, as I didn't explicit a reward for the code review, if you would not mind perhaps sharing a % of it to the person who did the code review.  https://gist.github.com/jorisbontje/353f69515a16cef7de7b I will ask him to put his XCP/BTC address in the git repo.

I have not had time yet to get this running on the testnet to try it out but will spend some time this week to learn how to do that (haven't run counterpartyd since Feb so that will be interesting...), and then am also asking some people around who know people in the gaming space to see if we could perhaps demo this capability for them and get them interested in using XCP and Ethereum for their business.

Thanks!  Cheesy
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December 09, 2014, 04:00:40 AM
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Can you reply to this post with your XCP/BTC address.

Then I will send the link to the people who pledged to support your coding of this smart contract.

Here you go: 1LeygZteCpjBstARoyt3uHgPhV8aJHsBAg

Again, thank you so much for setting this up! I think this is the first cryptocurrency I've actually earned, rather than buying. Smiley

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Also, as I didn't explicit a reward for the code review, if you would not mind perhaps sharing a % of it to the person who did the code review.  https://gist.github.com/jorisbontje/353f69515a16cef7de7b I will ask him to put his XCP/BTC address in the git repo.

I was definitely planning to pass some of the bounty to the code reviewer. As I said, it was a very good and thorough review. Does 20% seem fair to everyone?

Let me know if you have any other smart contract work you need done. Wink And I'm still planning on trying out some code improvements over the next few days. I'll be happy to help debug if you run into any issues with your testing.
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December 09, 2014, 04:24:52 AM
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Can you reply to this post with your XCP/BTC address.

Then I will send the link to the people who pledged to support your coding of this smart contract.

Here you go: 1LeygZteCpjBstARoyt3uHgPhV8aJHsBAg

Again, thank you so much for setting this up! I think this is the first cryptocurrency I've actually earned, rather than buying. Smiley

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Also, as I didn't explicit a reward for the code review, if you would not mind perhaps sharing a % of it to the person who did the code review.  https://gist.github.com/jorisbontje/353f69515a16cef7de7b I will ask him to put his XCP/BTC address in the git repo.

I was definitely planning to pass some of the bounty to the code reviewer. As I said, it was a very good and thorough review. Does 20% seem fair to everyone?

Let me know if you have any other smart contract work you need done. Wink And I'm still planning on trying out some code improvements over the next few days. I'll be happy to help debug if you run into any issues with your testing.

cool I put in the withdraw request of 50 xcp on poloniex to your address, i think they are installing a new server network card so it might take a few hours. I will post the tx ID when I see it.

I also sent an IM to all the others for the remaining amounts and will follow up.

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December 09, 2014, 06:32:08 AM
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Thank you for the thorough review! I'll take a look at addressing the issues when I get the chance. (Might be a day or so.)

Update: I've made some quick fixes for the two issues identified as blockers. I've added test cases for both, and they're both pushed to the repo:

https://github.com/PeterBorah/ethereum-powerball

That might be enough to fulfill the conditions of the bounty. However, as a matter of professional pride, I want to spend a little more time working on the quality of the code. The sorts of bugs found reveal what the weak spots are, and I have some ideas for making it more robust.* So, I'm going to try to work on that over the next couple evenings.

* For the programmers in the audience: I've basically got an implicit state machine with some pretty complex effects. I want to model it more directly so that it's easier to reason about and harder to end up in weird partial states. I'm also not dealing with storing data in a very principled way, so I want to think about encapsulating some of that.

Can you reply to this post with your XCP/BTC address.

Then I will send the link to the people who pledged to support your coding of this smart contract.

Me - 50 XCP
Matt Y - 20 XCP
Ivana - 10 XCP
Niceplum - 10 XCP
Tyhmakulho - 10 XCP
Ian - 10 XCP
Dante - not sure, expressed interest
Tusk - 2 XCP
Jonathan O - 3 XCP

Grand total: 115 XCP or about $600 equivalent at today's rates.

I am going to ask them all to send it directly to you as I don't want to be the middleman. Anyone sending please post here to confirm (if you have a bitcointalk account, some people may not).

Also, as I didn't explicit a reward for the code review, if you would not mind perhaps sharing a % of it to the person who did the code review.  https://gist.github.com/jorisbontje/353f69515a16cef7de7b I will ask him to put his XCP/BTC address in the git repo.

I have not had time yet to get this running on the testnet to try it out but will spend some time this week to learn how to do that (haven't run counterpartyd since Feb so that will be interesting...), and then am also asking some people around who know people in the gaming space to see if we could perhaps demo this capability for them and get them interested in using XCP and Ethereum for their business.

Thanks!  Cheesy

10 XCP on its way from Ivana http://www.blockscan.com/txInfo/11540071

Thanks guys, great work!

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December 09, 2014, 08:21:49 AM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

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December 09, 2014, 10:53:41 AM
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Here's a list of all XCP assets.
http://xcp.pw/allassets.html

More than 500 assets have a URL in their description. Quite a few land on a broken or empty page, but there are also a lot of "hidden gems".

I clicked through some of the links. The most interesting and creative projects I discovered:
http://docs.xcp.pw/ - http://coindocket.com (Bitcoin Consumer Protection)
http://dohod.xcp.pw    - http://dohod-s-nulya.ru/ (blog on business ideas - in Russian)
http://edeniancredit.xcp.pw - http://kingdomofedenia.webs.com/ (a micro-nation - unfortunatly disolved)
http://exodus.xcp.pw - http://exo.me/ (a design company)
http://teur.xcp.pw - More info: transparenteuros.tumblr.com (Transparent Euros)
http://bitlance.xcp.pw - bitlance.biz shares (freelance network)
http://fflteamk.xcp.pw   http://joelooney.org/ltbcoin/ffl/ (LTBc Fantasy  Football League)
http://muse.xcp.pw - Muse Coin www.musecoin.org
http://suminalta.xcp.pw   - http://altanimus.com/crypto/ (evolve into a decentralized company)
http://housecoin.xcp.pw - The house currency for Coinspace.io
http://cpnews.xcp.pw - Counterparty News - counterpartynews.com (my own project)

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December 09, 2014, 02:13:47 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

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December 09, 2014, 03:45:45 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

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December 09, 2014, 03:57:43 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826263.0

not tech savvy enough to understand if it would be possible to implement it in counterparty? I think the niche here is great especially for btc altcoin trades
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December 09, 2014, 04:14:52 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

no squatting huh Adam? Tongue

Now every counterpartyd instance has to use computing power to process this spam

If I was an evil miner and didn't like counterparty I would stuff the transaction block with as many of these as possible to impact the performance of xcp software

Asset [Most Recent]
Age   Owner   Circulation   Locked   Divisible
A10000000000000000000   5 mins   1Bemb8LJMY5TxWJPvbW4QFEYRQ6wXKRFo2   1   No   Yes
A101010101010101010   5 mins   1QD5oHa3QZdeaXVbtwqWkSiW8nLUB1jrCx   3   No   Yes
A11111111111111111111   5 mins   1QD5oHa3QZdeaXVbtwqWkSiW8nLUB1jrCx   1   No   Yes
A11236064932333773000   5 mins   19cnM4Y7uhMMWT28Pqyq7XjGpt5RkH61L3   100   No   Yes
A12341234123412341234   5 mins   18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7   1234   No   Yes
A12345123451234512345   5 mins   18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7   12345   No   Yes
A13371337133713371337   5 mins   1LM5nQV7AFyrKfX2jkxjK9dF7s5vLiWQFz   1   No   Yes
A424242424242424242   5 mins   1QEx9kdYQqmNzC8HW8FPQS3Mb7vVXYa7bK   42   No   Yes
A430424198609196410   5 mins   1Bemb8LJMY5TxWJPvbW4QFEYRQ6wXKRFo2   1   No   Yes
A800850000000000000   5 mins   1QEx9kdYQqmNzC8HW8FPQS3Mb7vVXYa7bK   80085   No   Yes
A9876543210123456789   5 mins   1Bemb8LJMY5TxWJPvbW4QFEYRQ6wXKRFo2   1   No   Yes
A1000000000000000001   39 mins   18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7   2   No   Yes
A100000000000000001   39 mins   18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7   1   No   Yes
A1010101010101010101   39 mins   1CRvrpEd1Afw1ZXDBzhcS4MN2TbnLzSYKL   1   No   Yes
A123123123123123123   51 mins   18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7   123   No   Yes
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December 09, 2014, 04:27:05 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

no squatting huh Adam? Tongue

Now every counterpartyd instance has to use computing power to process this spam

If I was an evil miner and didn't like counterparty I would stuff the transaction block with as many of these as possible to impact the performance of xcp software

It has, and always will be, possible to use Counterparty to create useless transactions (as with Bitcoin). The computing power required to process them is as near to zero as you can get, and certainly not a cost-effective way of impacting performance.
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December 09, 2014, 04:32:31 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

no squatting huh Adam? Tongue

Now every counterpartyd instance has to use computing power to process this spam

If I was an evil miner and didn't like counterparty I would stuff the transaction block with as many of these as possible to impact the performance of xcp software

It has, and always will be, possible to use Counterparty to create useless transactions (as with Bitcoin). The computing power required to process them is as near to zero as you can get, and certainly not a cost-effective way of impacting performance.

ok i hope you are correct on that last point
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December 09, 2014, 04:35:20 PM
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Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

no squatting huh Adam? Tongue

Now every counterpartyd instance has to use computing power to process this spam

If I was an evil miner and didn't like counterparty I would stuff the transaction block with as many of these as possible to impact the performance of xcp software

It has, and always will be, possible to use Counterparty to create useless transactions (as with Bitcoin). The computing power required to process them is as near to zero as you can get, and certainly not a cost-effective way of impacting performance.


Indeed, the additional computation required is trivial. And don't forget the Bitcoin transaction fee to prevent spam.

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Summit, NJ and Palo Alto, CA (November 3, 2014) – TeraExchange® today announced that it has exclusively partnered with BitGo®, the leading bitcoin security platform, to provide multi-signature blockchain based custodial services for USD/Bitcoin swaps executed on its swap execution facility. By partnering with BitGo, TeraExchange is the only player in the industry to provide its market participants with the ability to collateralize bitcoin derivative trades in a completely secure and auditable trading environment.
The TeraExchange institutional trading platform will use Bitcoin’s cryptographic ledger system – known as the blockchain – combined with BitGo’s revolutionary multi-sig security platform to replace the physical third-party custodianship model required of traditional collateral depositaries. “The relationship with BitGo fills in the missing piece of the Bitcoin derivatives trading workflow,” said Leonard Nuara, President and co-founder of TeraExchange. “Participants can now trade with the confidence of knowing that the required collateral is in place which serves to create a safe and sound marketplace.”

Am i wrong in thinking CounterWallet can now achieve a similar thing with introduction of multisig on mainnet? transactions can be secured & auditable.
also even without the second signer being a 'centralised' service a la https://cryptocorp.co/product.htm users can still benefit from a kind of 2fa? (within the constraints of the setup)

Block 333500 passed. Bring on the multisig and free asset issuance features in Counterwallet! Smiley

Multisig and Free asset names now live in Counterwallet!  Wink

Great! And they're off to a flying start - https://www.blockscan.com/asset!

Nice job  Smiley . It would be good if there was a toggle switch on block explorer to hide/show numerical assets.

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December 09, 2014, 05:30:23 PM
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Can you reply to this post with your XCP/BTC address.

Then I will send the link to the people who pledged to support your coding of this smart contract.

Here you go: 1LeygZteCpjBstARoyt3uHgPhV8aJHsBAg

Again, thank you so much for setting this up! I think this is the first cryptocurrency I've actually earned, rather than buying. Smiley

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Also, as I didn't explicit a reward for the code review, if you would not mind perhaps sharing a % of it to the person who did the code review.  https://gist.github.com/jorisbontje/353f69515a16cef7de7b I will ask him to put his XCP/BTC address in the git repo.

I was definitely planning to pass some of the bounty to the code reviewer. As I said, it was a very good and thorough review. Does 20% seem fair to everyone?

Let me know if you have any other smart contract work you need done. Wink And I'm still planning on trying out some code improvements over the next few days. I'll be happy to help debug if you run into any issues with your testing.

cool I put in the withdraw request of 50 xcp on poloniex to your address, i think they are installing a new server network card so it might take a few hours. I will post the tx ID when I see it.

I also sent an IM to all the others for the remaining amounts and will follow up.



just an update... poloniex is having withdraw issues with there system.... so it might take another 12-24 hours before their tech people figure out that they need to restart some processes...
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December 09, 2014, 05:57:30 PM
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... It would be good if there was a toggle switch on block explorer to hide/show numerical assets.

The toggle switch is next to the "Asset" column header (drop down box).  Smiley

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December 09, 2014, 10:34:23 PM
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What is the ELI5 on how to use the Multisig feature in Counterwallet?

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What is the ELI5 on how to use the Multisig feature in Counterwallet?

I wanted to know the same, still new at this XCP features.

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