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  1. That's the amount of songbird you'd receive if you only had the 20xrp reserve at the time of the snap shot.
  2. The answer to your questions is yes. You could run into issues when you hit the centralised exchanges. The exchange would need to provide you with that data through an api. As far as storing information, you'd want to store the information off ledger. You could store relevant data in a database and use the transaction hash as the look up key.
  3. Would you feel the same way about this coin smack dab in the middle of a bear market?
  4. I read an article a few days ago that said the bank of canada is following through with the pilot and building a private ledger based on XRP with the help of ripple. Now I can't find the article. News agencies are notorious for getting XRP news wrong; causing confusing. Maybe they confused the Bhutan news with Canada's push for creating a cbdc. Canada definitely is testing the waters with blockchain as are many other central banks. They tested the waters with corda. Canada is the U.S.A's little neighbour and china's trade partner. What they do is interesting because they are often caught in a trade war between U.S and China.
  5. I can connect no problem. I had connectivity problems in the past and it was the websocket dll the wallet used wouldn't connect on linux systems. I had to roll back the dll to an older version.
  6. With proof of stake the larger pools find blocks more often but the rewards is split between more accounts. When the smaller pools find a block, they share that block with less accounts and the rewards are higher. In the long run it evens out. example pool A has 50% the vote and pool B has only 1% of the vote. Say you had 1% of the potential voting power. If you vote for pool A, you receive 2% of every second block. If you vote for pool B you receive 50% of every 50th block Either way works out to 1% of the rewards given enough time edit: A median vote like sgb may work differently. The larger pools have more voting power and are more likely to win the 50% median vote. example if a pool had 51% of the vote, it would receive all the rewards. this may be why a test network was launched. Voting power could become highly centralised.
  7. I was able to wrap songbird, select 2 validators from a list and delegate 50-50 to each delegator then sign with metemask. Simple, clean UI, user friendly, fast. I saw the ability to delegate XRP, XLM, doge, LTC, BCH for voting. Very confusing coin made incredibly simple on that one page. Good for the community to introduce these concepts slowly. I'm understanding the flare network ecosystem a lot better now and I have a good idea of what is to come. I have to say, this is awesome! I had to fight back the tears. This is one rock solid project. Wow. Better than tron, better than klaytn, better than tesoz. Even better than harmony. Jargoman approved
  8. Does bifrost wallet have anything to do with bifrost.finance dapp? Can we use bifrost web app to delegate using metamask? Suggesting a mobile wallet forces a user to move their flare key to a mobile wallet
  9. Probably able to wrap your SGB into an erc20 type token. Wrapping a native currency allows it to interact with erc20 tokens for cheaper fee's
  10. Everything ripple does is either related to creating liquidity or taking liquidity.
  11. The SEC: Shut down XRP HAL1000: I'm sorry Gary but I can't let you do that
  12. If anyone creates a dex You'd need a slippage fee to avoid impermanent loss. If a person swaps 2% of the pool. A 2% slippage fee would be charged. 5% of the pool, 5% slippage fee. In other words, a price increase of 1% should result in 1% being sold to keep things equal and to keep impermanent loss to a minimum. AMM's don't trade willy nilly. Each percent of coins has a specific target price point. The idea is to trade continually. NOT make as much money as fast as possible because swings in the market would incur serious impermanent loss. If I put my money into an amm I am expecting price fluctuations in tandem with holding each coin individually as well as the specified apy. An amm should not speculate. Even a price curve is adding speculation to the formula. Your amm should make money regardless of how the market moves.
  13. Software always takes longer than expected. chainlink c.e.o went m.i.a for months as he ported the code to the go language. He warned the community that there would be no communication for months. Shit hit the fan in less than 24 hours. people calling it an exit scam. No one should be complaining. I call this the golden fork. flr, yflr, sbg and a whole swathe of air drops for a system to manage all the banking coins, full defi. If you're complaining you have no idea what is happening all around you
  14. Yes I would be soiling my pants daily if I had to manage an sql database with real money. If you go down for 30 minutes people panic and millions are lost. Let alone needing to implement a new protocol, test network of the protocol. Snapshot your sql database, update the UI, consult with regulators. In a matter of months!! And if you don't do it fast enough, those coin holders pile out crippling your management team. Imagine trying to discern flare tech after looking at tron code, eth code. And you need to make sure it's secure. Forget to update one nonce value and the whole thing comes crashing down. Everything needs to be clear and concise so others can audit the code. This is why CZ doesn't own any assets other than crypto. He doesn't have time for anything else lmao
  15. The real question is, who has the money and motive to pay Jay Claytn to make a fool of himself
  16. I read this as 1069 people being steamrolled for mining
  17. I'll keep saying it. defi. It's the most important thing.
  18. The order book is a list of offers. actually two opposing lists of offers var bids = new Offer[]; var asks = new Offer[]; each offer is two currencies. taker gets and taker pays. class Offer {takerGets, takerPays} So if you were selling bitcoin your taker gets would be how much bitcoin you wanted to sell. And taker pays is the currency you want to accept. You don't need rippled installed to use the library. It's your choice. You can do ANY 1. install rippled and sign a tx through the rpc interface. 2. install rippled and connect to websockets interface locally 3. don't install rippled and connect to any public validator. When connecting to a public server you wouldn't send the secret with the request you'd sign it locally. So the recommended way is tx.signWithRippleDotNet() which will sign it using a port of ripple's code ripple dot net. RippleLibSharp is a wrapper around the websocket interface, a wrapper around ripple's signing code, a wrapper around bitcoins bip39 library. And code for making it object oriented. You have to unit test everything, because there's lots of leeway. The keys for example can be expressed a number of ways. string s = new RippleAddress(byte[]); RippleAddress address = "rpERSCiR7BbREqhJwEGM5SM3oQZNa7LGSw"; The equals sign has been overridden. It also supports polymorphism. RippleTransaction[] txs = { new RipplePaymentTransaction(), new RippleTrustSetTransaction(), new RippleAccountSetTransaction() } foreach (tx in txs) { tx.signWithRippleDotNet(); tx.submit(); }
  19. I have exactly what you need. RippleLibSharp. But do you know how to publish the dll to nugget? I want to be able to import the nugget into another project. I committed some documentation so you can see what I'm talking about. creating an offer https://jargoman.github.io/RippleLibSharp/offer.html word list example https://jargoman.github.io/RippleLibSharp/bip39.html order book https://jargoman.github.io/RippleLibSharp/book_offers.html source code https://github.com/jargoman/RippleLibSharp It's an exe because it can run independently for unit testing. https://github.com/jargoman/RippleLibSharp/raw/master/RippleLibSharp/bin/Debug/riplibsharp.exe
  20. This is a thing. People who are highly skilled coders with little to no business skills. Both have extremely steep learning curves. Both have long periods of time without reward.
  21. I propose that we combine everything using federated side chains. xrp would become a meta blockchain with settlement as the base layer. Then each idea can be federated as a sidechain including flare. If flare could exist as a pugin within the xrp ledger and also exist as a separate chain then xrp ledger could act as a settlement layer between amm. xrpl -> xrpl smart plugins aka federated side chains -> hooks -> if hooks can trigger smart contracts then xrpl would essentially be touring complete. -> flare -> xflare flare dapps -> xrp smart ledger -> xrp backed stable coins xrp smart swap banking settlement plugins smart IOU bridge for trustless smart contracts ntf's? -> other chains eth,klay, In this scenario XRP would be a meta language focused on messaging and settlement. Centralised messaging is done by ripple products, decentralised messaging should be done through the XRP ledger through hooks and smart contracts. why? for my sanity. Otherwise you guys are just slapping technology together faster than I can keep up with edit: also is the idea of a federated smart chain whose coin is actually XRP. A sister chain similar to binance chain and binance smart chain. This would be called xrp smart ledger or similar. xsmart ledger. No new coin but utilises "wrapped XRP" as the native currency. Wrapped XRP would be XRP locked in escrow by a smart contract
  22. Anyone who claims your hacked funds are recoverable is also a scammer
  23. https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mintcoin/ example I don't think this is the coin
  24. What is the tokens name though? There seems to be a few mint tokens.
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