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  • Re: Mobile Counterparty Wallet is available for both Android and iOS!

    @cointea1121 Hi, LTB community.

    I'm Koji from Indie■(pronounced Indie Square) This is my first post here although I listen to almost every episode of LTB podcast.

    Probably few of you have noticed yet, but our team recently released a mobile Counterparty wallet in both Play Store and Appstore!

    Right now, it's simply called Counterwallet. Send, receive, place a buy/sell order and other basic functions are there and fully functional.

    Also, we have just updated our Android app(ver 0.4.0) and iOS update will follow in a week or so.

    If you haven't yet, please install it and let us know what you think.We are aware that there are still a number of bugs and the UI/UX have lots of room for improvement. So your feedback is much appreciated!

    We are super excited about our project and Counterparty going mobile. We believe the true potential of Counterparty(Ticket, Loyalty program, Voting, etc...) will be unleashed by this and of course we hope LTB community will benefit from this as well.

    I am also a big fan of LTB Community and LTBCoin. We can possibly collaborate with LTBCoin and tokenly in some way.

    We will post more about our project beyond mobile wallet and our vision/focus on a separate page somewhere else. But for now, just install the app and enjoy Counterparty experience in mobile!!!

    About us

    Indie■(Indie Square) is a two-man team and my business partner,Yuta,is doing all the development currently.

    We are based in Tokyo and have been working on Counterparty since last November.

    Some of you have already spotted the app and us, but we officially come out of stealth mode after this update and will try to be more active in the LTB and Counterparty community as well.

    More questions about our team and project? Contact us at [email protected] or wait for our upcoming press release.

    Hi @Cointea1121, awesome you're a listener.

    Thanks for stopping by, although I don't really use mobile devices and thus wallets myself it's great that there are options now available in that space. If you're into collaborating with LTB or Tokenly we can definitely find some neat ways to integrate, we're working on a token-based URI that wallets can use to filter what tokens are shown and not force people to copy/paste addresses to do a transaction. It'd be great to get something like that going as a standard that all wallets can know how to handle.

    Another thing you could do is integrate the LTBn directory, which would let users of your wallet send to LTB usernames (that have counterwallet or bitcoin addresses associated with them, our API communicates what kind of address they are for your wallet to filter.

    Again we're doing this on a LTB scale for now but the goal is to develop these things into useful standards that can be used pervasively. That's a small taste of what we're up to, if you want to talk details or have any ideas or details you'd like to share, lets talk.

  • Re: Bitcoin needed for remittance between UK and South Africa

    Good story Goefells, I'll poke some people and let you know if something turns up.

  • Re: LTBCOIN for Ads on On The Cusp Podcast

    @cc5alive

    @adam You can use the auctioneer right now to sell a token representing a sponsorship with ya'll for LTBCOIN

    http://auction.letstalkbitcoin.com/

    There are a few issues with the tool at the moment because it's one of our earliest prototypes

    1 - It does not let users bid with bitcoin, only token to token. In your case this is not a problem because people will be bidding with ltbcoin which is a token

    2 - The current auctioneer does not use 'proxy bidding' so bids are transparent to everybody else bidding. When you bid, you're not just outbidding the next guy under you but bidding up to whatever your maximum bid is.

    The next version of the auctioneer will be built on swapbot and work with proxy bidding so the swapbot knows the max bids but each bidder only knows their own max bid, and the current bid.

    Alternatively, you could just set up a thread and auction.

    Fantastic. I didn't realize that users could create their own auctions -- I thought you had to have some admin privilege. That's great news!

    So here's a link to my first auction (which should go live about an hour after the time of this post): http://auction.letstalkbitcoin.com/auction/30-second-advertising-spot-for-on-the-cusp-podcast

    Doesnt look like your auction is live yet, double check the date?

    I guess it's worth asking @devon if this service is actually still running, it might not be on the backend, been a long time since we've played with it,.

  • Re: LTBCOIN for Ads on On The Cusp Podcast

    You can use the auctioneer right now to sell a token representing a sponsorship with ya'll for LTBCOIN

    http://auction.letstalkbitcoin.com/

    There are a few issues with the tool at the moment because it's one of our earliest prototypes

    1 - It does not let users bid with bitcoin, only token to token. In your case this is not a problem because people will be bidding with ltbcoin which is a token

    2 - The current auctioneer does not use 'proxy bidding' so bids are transparent to everybody else bidding. When you bid, you're not just outbidding the next guy under you but bidding up to whatever your maximum bid is.

    The next version of the auctioneer will be built on swapbot and work with proxy bidding so the swapbot knows the max bids but each bidder only knows their own max bid, and the current bid.

    Alternatively, you could just set up a thread and auction.

  • Re: Scaling bitcoin with micropayment channels

    @ademczuk If you haven't already seen it, Mike Hearn has released a blog detailing why we shouldn't solely depend on the lightning network.

    I have been highlighting that there is a gap in knowledge surrounding scaling bitcoin and micro-payment channels in the LTBcoin podcasts that perhaps an established interviewer may want to take on? What do you think @rob , @adam or @epicenterbitcoin ? Perhaps with Strawpay so they get some visibility, or if you're feeling game a debate on scaling involving Mike Hearn, Peter Todd, Gavin Andresen and Gregory Maxwell.

    Assume we were going to devote two consecutive episodes to this topic, who would you want on and in what configuration? Who should we interview alone and who should be involved in a group conversation?

  • Re: Bitcoin Art - Here is my bespoke cold storage wallet sculpture

    Just so ya'll know, you can copy the embed instead of the share youtube link and actually embed the video in this thread

  • Re: melotic

    Yep, Melotic shut down. I was never able to use the platform since they required 2-factor auth with a phone and I don't use cell phones. Goes to show, it's hard running a centralized exchange in a niche of a niche market although it's too bad they couldnt hold out until the tokenly products start rolling out providing utility for those tokens.

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