[quote name=“Vidicus” post=“19144” timestamp=“1372699558”]
This looks to be source code for BitcoinTipBot. I am not sure how hard it would be to port to FTC, any thoughts from computer science experts?
I was able to track down the project source via your link.
Ok everything works again ::), new server configuration and file permissions were to blame.
I have increased accuracy to 8 decimal places overall on the JSON output for the currency converter API - plain text output is still standard [i]fiat[/i] 2dp.
this increased accuracy can now be seen on the mining calculator (link above).
I have also built a JSON API version of our stats page ( + a few xtra features like blocks to re-target and days, hours, minutes & seconds, are now all separately available strings, this is designed for developer/development purposes, I can add more on an as-needed/requested basis…
[quote name=“UKMark” post=“15879” timestamp=“1371456786”]
Are there any official mIRC API’s?
mIRC scripting supports sockets which could be used to do an RPC poll on interval then iterate through # transactions. http://www.mirc.org/mishbox/tutorials/sockets.htm
[quote name=“chrisj” post=“14859” timestamp=“1371224918”]
Why don’t we ask Clarkmoody to open source/licence his code and plug it in to BTC-e?
Correct me if I am wrong but Mt.Gox has an open socket for Clarkmoody to pull data from. I dont believe btc-e has an equivalent.
Well Site only make small % of withdrawls
If game is on a website its open to everyone and limited to a number of games/ machines say 6 machines
[*]When you login you are put in a queue till one machine is made available
People play game till they they run out of coins( with 10min leeway to allow for deposits) or leave site again 10min activity period till auto logout.
when people play they spend there coin in machine
when they leave or leave that same pusher is made available to public or next person in queue with option to next person to accept that machine or wait till next available.
That way coins are always there and available for someone to be lucky
[quote name=“chrisj” post=“12275” timestamp=“1370855155”]
[quote author=11danman11 link=topic=775.msg12245#msg12245 date=1370850733]
as ftc is still in infancy, i believe in a few months this would really take off
Thanks. I would like to make it open source. There is another company called Pika Pay who are doing it on twitter.
Thing is banks are making it easier now to send Fiat money mobile to mobile, M-Commerce, like Barclays ping it and in a way I wonder whether the banks will out innovate these cryptos. Of course they would still have the deflationary element to them.
AFAIK Barclays withdrew their support for using [i]Ping It[/i] to fund Bitcoins a few months back (it used to be an option @ Blockchain.info, as have Apple for any Bitcoin wallet related apps, it is safe to say this is a mobile currency war that we are in/heading into.
If anyone has any suggestions on who you would like Ruth and I to approach please take a look at the speaker list:
This is a fantastic opportunity with a lot of big players together in the heart of London’s financial district. This cannot be missed.