• ChrisFranko

    I'm interested. Lets hear it!

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  • ChrisFranko

    I hope you didnt accidently delete your keystore file. :(

    its located in %appdata%/Expanse

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  • ChrisFranko

    we can totally get this thread going again!

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  • ChrisFranko

    Thanks alot reeda for forwarding this to me.

    @raidersan still having this issue? This problem seems to be very intermittent and partly mist and partly gexp. Can you start your gexp with the verbosity flag up then copy me your logs?

    Also sorry for not responding sooner, we dont patrol the forums very much and we should do a better job of that. We are much more active on slack.

    ./gexp --verbosity 6 console 2> ./exp.log

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  • ChrisFranko

    Yes, an agent is just a way to say, actor, or person participating in the system.

    Everything on expanse cost expanse for computational power,storing data for instance like a users credentials will be stored in the blockchain.

    The expanse dao is mostly to control the 10m exp reserve, however we plan to release tools where users can couple the native borderless services with their own means of rule. Means of rule like, some people might like democracy, others oligarchy others their own flavor or mixture. Borderless aims to be the platform where people will have the right to choose.

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  • ChrisFranko

    It will happen good sir.

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  • ChrisFranko

    That is a valid question and my answer is, I dont see why not.

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  • ChrisFranko

    roadmap_1024.jpg

    Borderless Technology RoadMap
    A coalition of globally accessible governance services forged out of smart contracts that live on the Expanse blockchain.

    Roadmap
    Release 0.1.0 Q2 2016
    The framework is built on a MEAN stack
    Nearly all of the data will be stored locally in a mongoose db
    Users will be able to
    register an account
    Send receive expanse without a local gexp node
    Send encrypted messages
    Create a user profile
    Follow users
    Comment on users
    Rate users
    Add contracts
    rate/comment/follow contracts
    Smart contract functionality
    Lucrii - Basic Income token
    send/receive/mint the lucrii token
    Release 0.2.0 Q4 2016
    Most of the data will be migrated to smart contracts on the expanse blockchain
    New functionality
    Borderless ID system
    A global passport system
    Borderless Marriage
    A civil union between 2 or more consenting identities.
    Borderless Notary
    Proof of existence for documents, will store the blobs in IPFS
    Release 0.3.0 Q1 2017
    Further decentralization of data
    New Functionality
    Borderless Property Registrar
    Register property thats transferable to other identities
    Borderless Incorporation
    Create DAO’s and DAC’s
    Each dao/dac will have its own shares tokenized

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  • ChrisFranko

    As part of Borderless.Tech Proof of Concept 1, the very first smart contract service to be offered will be Lucrii. Lucrii is one of many interpretations ive came up with to provide a crypto-based basic income for approved agents.

    The flow is..

    The contract is launched with 0 lucrii in existence
    the contract will grant the contract owner the ability to mint 1000 lucrii once a month, approve new applicants, and create new admins and officers who can also approve new applicants.

    users will be able to register their account to receive the ability to mint lucrii.

    Anyone who has been approved will be able to mint 1000 lucrii per month.

    At this time every tx will cost a small fee of expanse, thats the nature of the expanse platform, however, in the future and maybe iteration 2 of the contract, users will get a refund on their gas.

    What do you think? How would you provide basic income?

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  • ChrisFranko

    One of the services Borderless.tech governance coalition will be providing is marriage. Currently the way marriage is defined via the smart contract is a civil union between two or more consenting agents. An agent is recognized by its account address.

    What is a marriage to you?

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  • ChrisFranko

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    To get the bounty, you must fork the repo, add your changes and submit a pull request for inclusion.

    https://github.com/expanse-org/one-click-deploys/

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  • ChrisFranko

    Currently we are following their lead until their comes a time we have to diverge.

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  • ChrisFranko

    The timelock tx or something like it will be used.

    //timelock contract
    
    import "owned";
    
    contract ReserveTimelock {
    
        address public owner;
        uint public unlockBlock;
        
        struct Admin{
            bool exists;
        }
        
        mapping(address=>Admin) admins;
        
        function ReserveTimelock(){
            owner = 0xbb94f0ceb32257275b2a7a9c094c13e469b4563e;
            admins[0x5f39e77fa3413c067c67f42e59abd31bf77fa6b8].exists = true;
            admins[0x4a56d08a90b1dcaf10161a6c1cddfd7fc141fd61].exists = true;
            admins[0x93decab0cd745598860f782ac1e8f046cb99e898].exists = true;
            unlockBlock = block.number+129600;
        }
        
        function kill(address _sendto){
            if(admins[msg.sender].exists == true || msg.sender == owner && block.number > unlockBlock){
                suicide(_sendto);
            }
        }
    
    }
    

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  • ChrisFranko

    After homestead we are locking these funds into a 90 day contract where no one, not even god himself could move the funds while we further develop the DAO dapp.

    Those keys are in cold storage. "if so why is this not a classic pump/dump" because we all have pretty high paying jobs and our work for expanse isnt about the money, its about providing an alternative to banking, governance, and increased decentralization for legacy systems.

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  • ChrisFranko

    How is it far more developed? We are equally developed up until the point we diverge. We havnt seen many a reason to diverge now. Expanse is founded on a modular agnostic stack thats loyal to only the best solution available. Right now that solution is mostly Ethereum and the EVM, however in the future, when new solutions arise we can adapt to the newer technology.

    The technical differences right now are...

    • Slower blocktimes to make for more efficient mining because blocks take time to propagate, longer propagation means far fewer orphans and uncles.

    • A block reward of 8 because we like that number, its a good lucky number. (This is also a highly loved number in Chinese culture).

    • We took the bomb out of the difficulty adjustment algo. We also adjust slightly faster than eth atm.

    Other than those slight technical alterations, we are running mostly the same software, but with a freedom to diverge when absolutely needed. This lowers our operating cost tremendously and makes it economically feasible to work on what the platform can provide rather than working on the platform itself.

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  • ChrisFranko

    something you could certainly try is just running the daemon

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  • ChrisFranko

    Thanks everyone for joining our forum. Make sure to come in and chat on our slack. http://slack.expanse.tech

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