Chris Troutner

Joined Aug 29, 2018

Senior JavaScript Developer at, Founder of Permissionless Software Foundation - - open source incentivized with tokens.


Legacy Address: 1NpYaazpQ26KrMTeFf66zVKy6x9KzcLgTA
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replied 10d
If you live in the U.S it just doesn't make sense to do that. If the profits bump you into the next tax bracket, then your profits are eaten up by taxes.
replied 10d
This is true. The tax burden in the USA is onerous.
replied 10d
My paycheck is in BCH. I constantly buy and sell in order to acquire *more* BCH. I only trade small amount. e.g. I'll sell $1,000 of BCH at $420 then buy it back at $320.
replied 10d
Playing to my strengths. It's an SLP token. I understand the tech. Plus I've read the audits of the company and verified they are as legit as it comes.
12d · site status
The site is still experiencing slowness. The cause has been identified and an update is being worked on. Hopefully it will be out in the next day or so.
11d · Scammer Reporting
If you mute users their reputation percentage will go down to your followers. Then you can protect yourself by only purchasing tokens from users with good reputations.
replied 10d
What risk is that? What exactly is risky? And what's the time frame you are assuming?
I love how and USDH allow permissionless 'shorting' of BCH. When price spikes, it is usually followed by a correction. Those tools allow people to buy the dip and sell the peak, improving price stability.
replied 10d
Ya. I can't believe that feature wasn't in the wallet. There is still Badger Wallet. That has sweep functionality, and it also works with SLP tokens now.
replied 10d
Shame the sweep functions disappeared from wallet :(
If you can follow this proposal on StackExchange, it would really help the #BitcoinCash developer community:
replied 11d
Two things happened today: My father asked for help moving funds from an exchange to a paper wallet. Also a successful exchange in HK is suddenly shutting down.

Hence, the blog post.
Thought it was good time to write a step-by-step guide on how to hold #BitcoinCash on a paper wallet:
18d · Coronavirus
Following Chris Martenson's updates:
What's REALLY going on in Hong Kong with the protests
replied 13d
That example is from the token-liquidity app running at If the TX contains 'BURN" in the OP_RETURN, it will burn tokens instead of trade them.
replied 13d
Example reading the code 'BURN' from OP_RETURN to handle TX differently:
replied 13d
These bch-js examples show how to read and write OP_RETURN data on-chain:
A demo and code walk-through for a REST API I created in #JavaScript to manage coins between a #CashShuffle and #CashFusion wallet. It generates large, anonymous #BitcoinCash UTXOs.

replied 18d
Damn! Was just told that the updated version is not yet in the Android app store. I thought it had landed. Just waiting on Google approval. Normally hasn't taken this long.
replied 19d
My recommendations:

Create an SLP paper wallet:

Make sure your using Badger mobile v0.13.0 or higher.
replied 19d
Third time's the charm! Funded the wallet again just to be safe. Then swept the wallet successfully with Badger Wallet! 🎉

replied 19d
Badger uses `m/44'/145'/0'/0/0` for BCH and `m/44'/245'/0'/0/0` for SLP tokens.
Badger Wallet for mobile phones now allow you to sweep SLP tokens from a paper wallet!

Get it: