Project Decorum - ERC20 Launch

8000 satoshi is the minimum, it’s good to have at least double to not get the transaction stuck if the network is full… :sotros25:

For example, for this transaction today someone has paid 28538 satoshi:

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@Seneca there’s one waiting in the queue for you :slight_smile: Please approve when you find a suitable moment.

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Does Project Decorum still exist?

Sure does. Seneca was on here earlier today. From what I read it looks like the path is clear now for progress to proceed.

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On Safe or on Eth?

On Eth, but it appears that it won’t be that way for too much longer.

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Eth is garbage. Its broken exactly like BTC and can’t scale (high fees). Why would they want to move to Eth?

Pardon my lack of clarity. I meant only to say that there is an ERC20 token, however, it appears that after the progress that has been made with the network that the Decorum team can now reliably proceed without any curveballs. The move to Eth was an interim effort to open access to exchanges for PDC.

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I’d love to be wrong here, but I don’t think we have stable api as yet.

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It sounds to me like David is indicating the path is clear now. I’m sure this will be clarified in the coming days and hope I’m hearing him right because David appears pretty jacked up about it.

Its a great step in the right direction, don’t get me wrong.
Maybe seneca will start now, or maybe he’ll wait till a few more things are stable first.
I dont know and wouldn’t start assuming.

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Agreed. I look forward to hearing more from Seneca on the matter.

A few weeks ago Seneca announced that he and bzee would restart, and not wait for the API.

Last night David mentioned that bochaco is already working on the API, which as I understand it is a relatively straightforward task, so should be in place soon.

So all good IMO!

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Shortly after bzee started working on the API itself. We are considering to implement the Project Decorum protocols in Rust first anyway, and then later port it to a browser app. It should result in a cleaner/clearer reference implementation and maybe allow us to compile parts from Rust to WebAssembly later. That should improve both security and performance.

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@Seneca can you please process another batch of omni → erc20s? Thanks

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There are currently no pending transactions, the last ones were validated last monday. Yours should be one of these?

[
[
“3E8i3ZNrBd6H6SURXTkt3B7mWVsFnqoxAB”,
“10”
],
[
“34PKpGfdGACNUkyg749dzDR1FK2kEa3ep7”,
“1000”
],
[
“18JLnX5boMedwHq2J4575wQ2wZp4NVMqoA”,
“44205”
]
]

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18JLnX5boMedwHq2J4575wQ2wZp4NVMqoA

Yep (pressing refresh makes no difference)

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Should be fixed now, the ETH RPC endpoint needed to be updated.

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Can confirm. Also got my tokens. Very well made btw. Again shows what the PDC team is capable of, although this ERC20 conversion thingy might not be that impressive for you… :wink:

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@Seneca Can you have a look at my request made over at Project Decorum - ERC20 Launch - #76 by dmnqnl ?

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