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February 27, 2015, 09:24:56 AM
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I am testing out a blockchain parser I wrote for the google cloud datastore.
It should query very fast once I optimize the query functions. 
All pubkey hashes are indexed so it could be used to serve light wallets or it also could be used for commercial bitcoin or other blockchain uses.

Google datastore is expensive to do all the indexing and write ops($100 month  + $1500 to load up chain). I could write an API library and for a small fee,anyone could access it. 

Is there any interest in something like this?

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February 28, 2015, 02:08:25 AM
Last edit: March 01, 2015, 12:10:24 AM by cheako911
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So this will just become the place lusers ask questions about the Google API?  Way over our heads...

I recently upgraded Chromium from some PPA and was asked to set the following:
export GOOGLE_API_KEY="api_key"
export GOOGLE_DEFAULT_CLIENT_ID="client_id"
export GOOGLE_DEFAULT_CLIENT_SECRET="client_secret"

I followed the instructions best I could, but am unable to "sign in to Chrome"  How can I debug this?

From an OS perspective I can locate the entries in /proc/`pidof chromeium`/enviornment and they are correct.

Edit:
Thanks for the tip.  I posted on the chrome community board.  APIs like spelling and translation work.
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February 28, 2015, 03:45:08 AM
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So this will just become the place lusers ask questions about the Google API?  Way over our heads...

I recently upgraded Chromium from some PPA and was asked to set the following:
export GOOGLE_API_KEY="api_key"
export GOOGLE_DEFAULT_CLIENT_ID="client_id"
export GOOGLE_DEFAULT_CLIENT_SECRET="client_secret"

I followed the instructions best I could, but am unable to "sign in to Chrome"  How can I debug this?

From an OS perspective I can locate the entries in /proc/`pidof chromeium`/enviornment and they are correct.

Is the API enabled in the google cloud dashboard? If so, disable it for about 30 seconds and then re-enable it.  I know it sounds dumb but it worked for me the first time I used the google API.

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