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June 08, 2018, 06:06:39 PM
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OK, thank you. 0.0002 BTC withdrawal fee is reasonable (if you actually forgot a 0 in the first paragraph). I am sure that you are doing your best to find the optimal fees after all. Keep the good work up.

DGA, was your order filled and is BTC withdrawal working well?

It was filled, but it turns out I didn't have enough BTC to meet the minimum withdrawal.  I'll go sell some more in a bit and report back!

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June 08, 2018, 06:25:24 PM
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OK, thank you. 0.0002 BTC withdrawal fee is reasonable (if you actually forgot a 0 in the first paragraph). I am sure that you are doing your best to find the optimal fees after all. Keep the good work up.

DGA, was your order filled and is BTC withdrawal working well?

It was filled, but it turns out I didn't have enough BTC to meet the minimum withdrawal.  I'll go sell some more in a bit and report back!

I've successfully withdrawn $9 worth of BTC.  It's not confirmed, but the TX shows in the BTC block explorers.

(Note that people shouldn't construe this as an endorsement of the exchange, just confirmation that my test withdrawal worked.  I always urge caution when dealing with cryptocurrencies and newer exchanges!)

guytp, interface nit:  When I went to withdraw BTC, it says "must be less than your balance" -- shouldn't it be "less than or equal" and allow me to withdraw my full balance?  I had to leave a few cents behind.

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June 08, 2018, 09:03:44 PM
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Hi dear community!

First, kudos and thank you guytp for supporting RIC.

I can't promise anything at the moment but I'm working with getting other exchanges to support RIC.

Now, I have received some justified complains that I'm not active on Riecoin anymore. When I started this amazing project, I had little money to invest but I did have some time I decided to devote to its development. Now things have changed, and while I'm very short on time, I'm lucky enough to be able to commit some money on the project.
So, I'm offering a 0.5 BTC bounty to the person or team that can merge the Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 codebase with RIC and make an updated client that can work with RIC's current protocol and network.
Rules:
- I will review the code and make it the new official Riecoin client
- I decide if the code is ok and worthy of the bounty
- It has to support deterministic builds
- It's not necessary to update all unit tests, but it would be nice
- I decide when the bounty is over

I wish you luck and I'll be available for help with specific questions regarding the code.

Thank you all and let's keep RIC'ing!

Gatra


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June 08, 2018, 10:50:39 PM
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Glad to see you post here again Gatra. I will help spread word of the bounty and suggest everyone else does too so we can find that coder  Smiley
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June 09, 2018, 01:29:21 AM
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Hi dear community!

First, kudos and thank you guytp for supporting RIC.

I can't promise anything at the moment but I'm working with getting other exchanges to support RIC.

Now, I have received some justified complains that I'm not active on Riecoin anymore. When I started this amazing project, I had little money to invest but I did have some time I decided to devote to its development. Now things have changed, and while I'm very short on time, I'm lucky enough to be able to commit some money on the project.
So, I'm offering a 0.5 BTC bounty to the person or team that can merge the Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 codebase with RIC and make an updated client that can work with RIC's current protocol and network.
Rules:
- I will review the code and make it the new official Riecoin client
- I decide if the code is ok and worthy of the bounty
- It has to support deterministic builds
- It's not necessary to update all unit tests, but it would be nice
- I decide when the bounty is over

I wish you luck and I'll be available for help with specific questions regarding the code.

Thank you all and let's keep RIC'ing!

Gatra

On the assumption that I have no time to try to do this either, I'll add in an extra 0.1 BTC to Gatra's bounty to sweeten the deal.  This offer is good through the end of 2018.

I'm happy to provide (flaky, i-get-too-busy-for-crypto-all-the-time, you've been warned) help understanding the PoW code or other parts of the codebase I've played with if whomever picks this up wants help.

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June 09, 2018, 08:41:42 AM
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Great, thank you for your post Gatra!

If someone has any relevant experience, it should not be difficult, just long, it is basically just take the Bitcoin-QT 16.0 code and replace the protocal constants (port, nodes...), address generation and management (to use R... addresses instead of 1...), and replace the proof of work tester (replace the "check if hash is small enough" by "if the number is a prime constellation". And of course replace all occurences of "Bitcoin" to "Riecoin". I am sure that it could be done in a few weeks or less.

Would be great too if such dev integrates the latest optimized miner, such that it could both mine solo or connect to a pool. Any future optimization of the miner should be directly included in the wallet, no need to have XPTMiner anymore.
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June 09, 2018, 02:37:17 PM
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guytp, interface nit:  When I went to withdraw BTC, it says "must be less than your balance" -- shouldn't it be "less than or equal" and allow me to withdraw my full balance?  I had to leave a few cents behind.

Thanks for raising this.  I'll get this looked into on Monday.  If you want to empty out remaining balance raise a support message on Zapple and I'll get the transaction processed manually with us absorbing the fee.


With regards to BTC fees minimum deposit is now 0.001 and withdrawal fee is 0.0002.
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June 09, 2018, 03:14:37 PM
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guytp, interface nit:  When I went to withdraw BTC, it says "must be less than your balance" -- shouldn't it be "less than or equal" and allow me to withdraw my full balance?  I had to leave a few cents behind.

Thanks for raising this.  I'll get this looked into on Monday.  If you want to empty out remaining balance raise a support message on Zapple and I'll get the transaction processed manually with us absorbing the fee.


With regards to BTC fees minimum deposit is now 0.001 and withdrawal fee is 0.0002.

Thanks!  Wasn't a big deal - I left something like .00001 or so behind, and I'm happy leaving some money there as buy and sell orders to help with liquidity while you get established.

Do you have an API available?

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June 09, 2018, 03:28:49 PM
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With regards to BTC fees minimum deposit is now 0.001 and withdrawal fee is 0.0002.

Thanks! I signed up on your exchange. Glad to be able to cash out my RIC since so long. Some succesfull trades seem to have been done, this is nice. Unless if most were just from a single dude who was buying/selling his own RIC for testing. I hope that there will be more volume and more buyers so price can return to the 2-4 k range and more as the halvening mades RIC scarcer.

Small request, could you show all the digits up to satoshi (8 decimal digits) for all coins and not just KALI/RIC/RUP? In particular for Bitcoin? I feel weird that only 5 digits show for others. And maybe put more lines in the order book, or make it scrollable instead of having pages.
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June 09, 2018, 04:17:57 PM
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Do you have an API available?


Yes.  There is no formal how-to documentation but a fairly basic test UI detailing calls.

API itself is self-described at https://zapple.io/exchange/1/_md/index

To call any authenticated call you need to first login by making a call to our authentication API:

PUT https://lts-api.com/auth/1/

Body:
{
  "Username": "XXX",
  "Password": "YYY",
  "TwoFactorAuthenticationCode": null
}

If you have 2FA enabled replace null with your current 2FA code.

In your response will be something like this:

{
"JsonWebToken":"XXXXX",
... other fields
}

Capture the "JsonWebToken" value (XXXXX here) and then in authenticated calls pass it in as authorization header

BEARER XXXXX

Tokens have a validity once issued, you can call a renew endpoint or log back in upon expiry.  You must renew prior to expiry.

What we don't have yet is a single API token that is long-life - so if you have 2FA you'll need to supply the 2FA code when you first start your application and then renew the token every 15 minutes or so.  Dedicated API tokens with long-life are planned.
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June 09, 2018, 04:20:14 PM
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Riecoin is soaring higher by the day. Solid team.
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June 09, 2018, 04:45:15 PM
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Small request, could you show all the digits up to satoshi (8 decimal digits) for all coins and not just KALI/RIC/RUP? In particular for Bitcoin? I feel weird that only 5 digits show for others. And maybe put more lines in the order book, or make it scrollable instead of having pages.


8DP I'll get sorted this evening.

Order Book will stay as is for now, we're going to be updating it with visualisations on the roadmap probably July/Aug.

Guy
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June 09, 2018, 05:18:12 PM
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Do you have an API available?


Yes.  There is no formal how-to documentation but a fairly basic test UI detailing calls.

API itself is self-described at https://zapple.io/exchange/1/_md/index

To call any authenticated call you need to first login by making a call to our authentication API:

PUT https://lts-api.com/auth/1/

Body:
{
  "Username": "XXX",
  "Password": "YYY",
  "TwoFactorAuthenticationCode": null
}

If you have 2FA enabled replace null with your current 2FA code.

In your response will be something like this:

{
"JsonWebToken":"XXXXX",
... other fields
}

Capture the "JsonWebToken" value (XXXXX here) and then in authenticated calls pass it in as authorization header

BEARER XXXXX

Tokens have a validity once issued, you can call a renew endpoint or log back in upon expiry.  You must renew prior to expiry.

What we don't have yet is a single API token that is long-life - so if you have 2FA you'll need to supply the 2FA code when you first start your application and then renew the token every 15 minutes or so.  Dedicated API tokens with long-life are planned.

Cool.  I assume this is in the long-term plan, but just in case, I do suggest making a way to use the API without sending one's password (or even having to have it stored);  it's advantageous to be able to have the API have access to some functions, but the password gives you god mode access to your account.   I like how Bittrex lets the account owner specify some limits on the power of individual API keys, for example.

(I'll wait - I was thinking of making a very simple market-maker bot to try to improve liquidity for RIC)

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June 10, 2018, 09:43:04 AM
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8DP I'll get sorted this evening.

Order Book will stay as is for now, we're going to be updating it with visualisations on the roadmap probably July/Aug.

Guy

Awesome, thank you!

Thanks to Poloniex, hundreds of thousands of RIC are waiting to be dumped... But once it is done, price should recover to normal ranges. And if someone codes the 0.16.0 Riecoin wallet, then Poloniex will likely unfreeze their wallets.
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June 10, 2018, 01:44:26 PM
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Cool.  I assume this is in the long-term plan, but just in case, I do suggest making a way to use the API without sending one's password (or even having to have it stored);  it's advantageous to be able to have the API have access to some functions, but the password gives you god mode access to your account.   I like how Bittrex lets the account owner specify some limits on the power of individual API keys, for example.

This is absolutely in the short-term (this summer) roadmap.
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June 11, 2018, 07:03:37 PM
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Buy orders are completely wiped now, we need more buyers...
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June 11, 2018, 10:35:44 PM
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First of all poloniex wallet problem must resolve.
Gatra said that he will pay 0.5 btc for updating code.
I think Gatra can help for this update and resolve wallet problem
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June 12, 2018, 11:57:07 PM
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Hi dear community!

First, kudos and thank you guytp for supporting RIC.

I can't promise anything at the moment but I'm working with getting other exchanges to support RIC.

Now, I have received some justified complains that I'm not active on Riecoin anymore. When I started this amazing project, I had little money to invest but I did have some time I decided to devote to its development. Now things have changed, and while I'm very short on time, I'm lucky enough to be able to commit some money on the project.
So, I'm offering a 0.5 BTC bounty to the person or team that can merge the Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 codebase with RIC and make an updated client that can work with RIC's current protocol and network.
Rules:
- I will review the code and make it the new official Riecoin client
- I decide if the code is ok and worthy of the bounty
- It has to support deterministic builds
- It's not necessary to update all unit tests, but it would be nice
- I decide when the bounty is over

I wish you luck and I'll be available for help with specific questions regarding the code.

Thank you all and let's keep RIC'ing!

Gatra

Gatra,

I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 should have segwit? Should we remove it?

Thank you.

hopguide, dga:

Just noticed that you also seem to understand what needs to be done here. If you guys could provide more detailed pointers I will be happy to devote a few weeks in the summer on this project.
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June 13, 2018, 12:47:37 AM
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Gatra,

I am happy to take a look. However, new to this field, would you please describe what is the current problem with current riecoin code? What do you expect to be done by "merging Bitcoin Core 0.16.0" and how would that address Poloniex's request? Should we first take a look at current riecoin code, apply fixes in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, or reversely, replace the POW in Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 so it can talk to Riecoin network?

Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 should have segwit? Should we remove it?

Thank you.

hopguide, dga:

Just noticed that you also seem to understand what needs to be done here. If you guys could provide more detailed pointers I will be happy to devote a few weeks in the summer on this project.

Nice to hear a voice from a volunter. Actually, I do not know much more than you, I have superficial understanding of how the things work but no any experience in programming a wallet.

You should try to get more precise information from Gatra. As you pointed out, there are so many ways to do what Gatra asks, this might actually be the main problem. Else, I think that the asked work is not very hard and 0.6 BTC is a neat reward for something like a summer crypto job. Try to PM him or contact him with other social media or email. DGA has probably much more experience than me too. And maybe the pool operators, XpoolX, Ziiip, Simba 84, they might have tips for you.

About Poloniex, a brand new wallet might make them consider to finally enable the deposits and withdrawals again. Maybe since 0.10.2 (2014 I think), there were so many changes that they cannot (or are too lazy to) get the RIC wallets to work normally.

Long term development might be nice to plan too. We would not want to have again an outdated wallet in 5 years with RIC 0.16 when Bitcoin will be 1.00.0.
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June 13, 2018, 08:47:08 AM
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i'm really glad that this seems to be getting somewhere !!  Grin

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