The idea seems pretty interesting, as it will give coins yet another purpose while actually helping to decentralize certain commodities… I would like to hear from our tech fellows wether this can be easily implemented in FTC.
Last I checked there’s many trading platforms that support multiple exchanges.
There’s just a shortage of trading platforms that support exchanges that support FTC. So the question (I think) you should be asking is are there any trading platforms that support Cryptsy, BTC-e, Crypto-trade, etc.
I imported one into the Android app “Feathercoin Wallet”…
Warning: Due to a Java vulnerability, your wallet contains potentially vulnerable private keys! etc…
It is Version 1.099 from github hank feathercoin-wallet
I also needed OpenSSL to decrypt and encrypt what it Exports and Imports.
OpenSSL explains it’s current version fixes this problem as well.
I’m guessing this is the problem and why these are actually not safe to use.
Please look into it and maybe resolve with a rebuild thanks.
Agreed! What is going on with this? As far as I understand, we’re still waiting something to be implemented into FTC client app, right? This is something that lots of people could use on their websites…something that is visible in public (free advertisements if you will).
It is built into the latest feathercoin-qt.exe v0.6.4.3-QR [url=http://downloads.feathercoin.com/feathercoin-qt.exe]http://downloads.feathercoin.com/feathercoin-qt.exe[/url]
with a feathercoin:addressshere URL you will be prompted to open up the client < [b]But[/b] It does not parse the address, amount, label and auto fill the data into the client yet, this is still work to be done.
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Hi API is great was thinking of using it to display current price of an item if it was to be bought in feathercoin. Is there any way it could be extended to have a GBP input with the FTC output maybe
There is no need to add! ;)
Just implement the correct maths at your end.
So for GBP in & FTC out - Simply divide by the current FTC/GBP rate…
Â£10.57 = 10.57 / 0.08236230618 = 128.3354059671378 FTC
Then round your answer down to whatever decimal places you wish to use.
I’ve pretty much been the core tester for mmcfe[u][b]-ng[/b][/u] in the recent weeks which was originally based on mmcfe but the code has now been almost completely rewritten. It coming along nicely, we’re nearly at RC1!