Chris Troutner

Joined Aug 29, 2018

Senior JavaScript Developer at Bitcoin.com, Founder of Permissionless Software Foundation - https://psfoundation.cash - open source incentivized with tokens.

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replied 10d
This is true. The tax burden in the USA is onerous.
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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.
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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.
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What risk is that? What exactly is risky? And what's the time frame you are assuming?
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I love how SideShift.ai 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.
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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.
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If you can follow this proposal on StackExchange, it would really help the #BitcoinCash developer community:

https://bch.gg/27r
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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.
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Thought it was good time to write a step-by-step guide on how to hold #BitcoinCash on a paper wallet:
https://troutsblog.com/blog/paper-wallet-how-to
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That example is from the token-liquidity app running at https://psfoundation.cash. If the TX contains 'BURN" in the OP_RETURN, it will burn tokens instead of trade them.
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Example reading the code 'BURN' from OP_RETURN to handle TX differently:
https://github.com/Permissionless-Software-Foundation/token-liquidity/blob/master/src/lib/bch.js#L431-L475
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These bch-js examples show how to read and write OP_RETURN data on-chain:
https://github.com/Permissionless-Software-Foundation/bch-js-examples/tree/master/low-level/op-return
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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: wallet.bitchslap.tech

Make sure your using Badger mobile v0.13.0 or higher.
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Badger uses `m/44'/145'/0'/0/0` for BCH and `m/44'/245'/0'/0/0` for SLP tokens.
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Badger Wallet for mobile phones now allow you to sweep SLP tokens from a paper wallet!

Get it: badger.bitcoin.com

https://news.bitcoin.com/cold-storage-and-bearer-bonds-how-to-print-an-slp-token-paper-wallet/
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I've released v1.0.0 of a benchmark test suite to help do an apples-to-apples comparison of performance of BCH infrastructure. It compares full nodes, indexers, etc. Developer review requested.

https://bch.gg/266
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TIL: The 'getmempoolancestors' RPC command gives easy validation if spending a UTXO will fail due to the 25 unconfirmed-chained-utxo-limit. It return an array of child TXID. If 24 elements in size, the next will fail.
replied 35d
55 million is approximately 1/7th of the population of the USA. How/when were 55 million people murdered?
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Alfred85
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Bitcoin Cash Activist
Thank you! I'll put it towards the new miner I'm buying to support testnet.
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Bitcoin Cash Activist
This is a *testnet* faucet. Memo functions on *mainnet*. That's why you're having issues.
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Bitcoin Cash Activist
0.1 tBCH per day.
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