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Can i request a list of transactions of any address?
Or only address of local accounts?

Because i saw this and i know that that address has some transactions involved.

default (unlocked) >>> blockchain_list_address_transactions BTS9pTBfYkFwmUm46XTaeTLukGDrupobHwzc "1970-1-1T00:00:01"

Technical Support / blockchain_list_address_balances not working?
« on: December 17, 2014, 08:03:15 pm »
default (unlocked) >>> blockchain_get_balance BTS2CV6F52pMnhJeiDF7ZQK8XoX5ejdENM3b
  "condition": {
    "asset_id": 0,
    "slate_id": 0,
    "type": "withdraw_signature_type",
    "data": {
      "owner": "BTS9pTBfYkFwmUm46XTaeTLukGDrupobHwzc",
      "memo": null
  "balance": 100000,
  "restricted_owner": null,
  "snapshot_info": null,
  "deposit_date": "2014-11-14T05:27:01",
  "last_update": "2014-12-16T06:16:00"
default (unlocked) >>> blockchain_list_address_balances BTS9pTBfYkFwmUm46XTaeTLukGDrupobHwzc
10 assert_exception: Assert Exception
!"This balance's condition type doesn't have a true owner.":
    th_a  balance_record.cpp:30 owners

    th_a  chain_database.cpp:2399 get_balances_for_address

    th_a  common_api_client.cpp:1633 blockchain_list_address_balances

    th_a  cli.cpp:579 execute_command
default (unlocked) >>>

General Discussion / Re: Maintain blockchain balances in DB
« on: December 17, 2014, 07:38:50 am »
Thanks for the reply Vikram.

The first imported block in our db is the block number 900000.
I don't think the fork got that far.

General Discussion / Seems we are in a fork again
« on: December 17, 2014, 07:22:34 am »
---- now at my client

  "blockchain_head_block_num": 1283143,
  "blockchain_head_block_age": "9 seconds old",
  "blockchain_head_block_timestamp": "2014-12-17T07:20:20",
  "blockchain_average_delegate_participation": "37.83 %",

---- now at
blockchain_head_block_num -> 1283222
blockchain_average_delegate_participation -> 63.13%

General Discussion / Re: Maintain blockchain balances in DB
« on: December 16, 2014, 08:35:04 am »

Our fork handling code (the one that is running on backend) wasn't able to cope with the forks the network suffered this days.

We had to reimport the complete blockchain.
I would like if someone can look at the pseudo-code and tell me if they see something wrong.

I I think everyone just needs to relax... Obviously the crypto bear market is weighing on everyone. Bp is more of a regular guy trying to target regular people. It would make no sense if he started marketing bts to Joe six pack before 1.0... It would do much more damage if the main marketing push was going on while all these changes and forks are happening. How is bp suppose to constantly explain to people that network shutdowns, rebranding, air drops and that it takes 3 transactions to buy bts and 4 to buy bitusd is normal. U guys were all on board with his marketing strategy earlier and a from what I can tell the plan has been consistent.

I have strong thoughts on what could have been done prior, however, it doesn't help us today.  Nullstreet is pressing forward, BP is meeting with BM, Adam is updating the community and Method-X is requesting coordinating efforts with Adam.

Let's start here.


Stakeholder Proposals / Re: What is the Reason For 0.4.25 Forks ?
« on: December 16, 2014, 04:58:37 am »
If so, does the new code allow for such possibilities in the future (using some nonce or something) or does the new client somehow construct the transactions to not ever be identical?

In practice, nothing really changes for the end-user because subsequent identical transactions they construct will likely have different expiration dates. I do not know how those previously mentioned transactions with identical operations and expiration dates were created. There is also an additional reserved field in transactions that is currently not used, but could include a nonce if this ever becomes a problem in the future.

@Virkram, can you point me to one pair of those transaction?
They were TITAN transactions or simple ones?

General Discussion / Re: Mobile Wallet - Testers needed
« on: December 11, 2014, 10:37:19 am »
Thanks for the feedback clayop, we never tested on android 5.0.
We have a new version coming out, i will test on 5.0.

General Discussion / Re: Market freeze on fast price movement
« on: December 11, 2014, 03:54:04 am »
BTW, do you have an updated version of after the rules change?

General Discussion / Re: Market freeze on fast price movement
« on: December 11, 2014, 03:51:06 am »
Thanks xeroc, i was aware of those two restrictions, but i remember BM (some months ago) writing about this.
I don't know if this was implemented or it just product of my imagination....

Btw, in the case of valid_feeds < 51 the new feed is the average price of the last hour right?
(valid_feeds = published less than 24h ago?)

General Discussion / What is the condition that triggers "rainy day" fund?
« on: December 11, 2014, 03:14:39 am »
- Rainy day fund will be used in case we have uncollateralized bitAssets?
  What is the condition to trigger the use of those funds and what is the mechanic?

General Discussion / Market freeze on fast price movement
« on: December 11, 2014, 03:11:26 am »
Are the price movement restrictions still apply in the actual version of the market engine?
(i remember about certain percentage change will freeze the market in order to give time to traders to reorganize their orders)

General Discussion / Re: Buenos Aires, Dec 11 !
« on: December 10, 2014, 10:22:14 pm »
I've been talking with Juan Llanos from BitReserve and it seems he is attending tomorrow, lets see what it turns out

IIRC it's possible and you even get a discount.

Anyway, it's legal if it works. :-) This is a DAC, all of the legalese is coded into the client.

Thanks @pc :) it worked but i didn't know if delegates were more permissive at this time.

Another related question:

We are setting the transaction fee (for the mobile wallet) at 2.5 Cents (USD) and i don't understand how is calculated in the desktop wallet.

It is based in BTS and priced in USD?

Is 2.5 cents a reasonable default? should we change it?

I have already done it, but i don't know if its "legal".

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