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Callisto network. #42
After the CLO Hardfork №2, the development will be based on the built-in governance system and the proposals that will be accepted by the stakeholders.
Personally I was a security auditor of smart contracts before I founded Ethereum Commonwealth.
The main problem of Ethereum is smart-contract hacking. Look at TheDAO attack, Parity multisig hack, Critical insecurity of ERC20 token standard. This eventually results in loss of millions of dollars for end users. This hurts the whole cryptocurrency industry.
Being a security auditor, I understand that none of better programming languages, formal verification or other methods can guarantee significant security level. I think that smart-contract security is critically important for the whole Ethereum (Classic) ecosystem.
We should try ensure that almost every smart contract passes a security audit before deploying on Ethereum Classic or Callisto chain.
Here is my attempt to solve this problem for Ethereum Classic.
Official Smart-contract Auditing Department
I would like to establish a standard procedure of secure smart-contract development at ETC & CLO ecosystem. This standard procedure will necessarily include the audit of smart-contracts. Unfortunately, auditing can be quite expensive and some developers neglect it before launching their smart contracts.
Utilizing capabilities of Callisto network, we aim to establish a free-for-everyone system of smart-contract auditing.
This is even more important since we plan to implement Callisto core features with built-in Callisto capabilities i.e. smart-contract systems.
CLO will get credited to the holders of ETC. If your crypto is on the exchange, you do not hold any. You currently have 0 ETC. Bittrex and other exchanges own your ETC and they promise that when you ask them they will give it back to you.
So in short, @88Maxwell, you should ask the owners of your ETC (your exchanges) if they will give CLO to you as well.
Yes it is ok.
Technically ETC and ETH were the same chain. As the result, your account is valid on both chains (but it can have different balances on different chains technically). You can also use your ETH account on UBQ, EXP and Musicoin chains as well.
I wrote a user education article about this a bit earlier.
P.S. address is not a public key. Address is 20 bytes of hash of your public key. Read this for more info if necessary
Does it mean if I buy ETC now (before March 5th) I would get CLO airdrop? BUT I must put those ETCs into one of the wallet mentioned in this link, is it correct?
Having a different issue with Ledger Nano S: "invalid sender" (I've read the thread btw)
According to geth docs this means the signature was invalid, a bit of research says it's probably down to an invalid chain ID, but chain ID is definitely set correctly in the raw transaction. Any ideas?
yes i also have now the same problem as you...each day we had a different new issue. Le 1 mai 2018 18:44, "Harry" <email@example.com> a écrit :…
Having a different issue with Ledger Nano S: "invalid sender" (I've read the thread btw) According to geth docs this means the signature was invalid, a bit of research says it's probably down to an invalid chain ID, but chain ID is definitely set correctly in the raw transaction. Any ideas? — You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#42 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AYuO7OhmqUgTmYjP6EihMBgKZhuJbnD3ks5tuJDYgaJpZM4Rduwy> .
Callisto Roadmap update: detailed overview
1. Mobile wallet development was removed from the Roadmap.
2. Formation of the Security Department of Callisto (Solidity)
This is the highest priority goal for us at the moment. This is necessary to proceed with further CLO development because Cold Staking, Treasury and Governance system will be implemented in solidity smart-contracts.
We need this smart-contracts to be audited properly before we will release the mainnet update.
3. Formation of the Security Department of Callisto (EOS) is added
We decided to expand the Callisto Security Department and start working with more platforms. Callisto Security DAO workflow is abstracted from Callisto chain, as the result we can perform security audits of third party contracts.
We believe that the EOS is a progressive project and it also needs security audits for its smart-contracts.
4. Experimental SWARM implementation is removed
We plan to implement a decentralized storage at Callisto Network. I was researching SWARM for long enough. I like its main idea, but it has some problems that could not be solved: for example an issue of microtransactions. There is no solution for this problem, unless you have free transactions. And transactions are not free at Callisto.
As the result, it was decided to replace the SWARM implementation with EOS model of IPFS-host-nodes.
5. Decentralized File Storage of Callisto: IPFS-host-nodes
It is decided to implement the file storage similarly to the proposed EOS storage.
In short words, the idea is as follows:
6. Researching sidechain implementation is removed
Sidechain implementation is replaced by interchain operability research. Side Chains are of very limited usefulness compared to the opportunity to join already-existing networks into a global system.
7. Swap channel implementation is removed
The interchain operability solves the problem of cross-chain interactions in much more efficient way, so the swap channels will no longer be needed.
8. Interchain operability is added
Blockchains 3.0 aim interchain operability. However, these networks are interoperable with their own copies in most general cases. We aim to research and develop a reference implementation of legacy blockchain modification which will allow for interoperability with newer blockchain projects.
9. Security DAO Codex and Cold Staker's Codex
it was decided that it will be necessary to create two documents, which will be a formal set of rules for each participant of the Callisto network.
The Security DAO codex is a set of rules that should be followed by security auditors, auditing managers and cold stakes to ensure the smooth and proper operability of the Security DAO. This set of rules formally describes the actions that participants must take during the Security DAO workflow, as well as the criteria that will guide cold stakers in voting FOR or AGAINST the election of a certain participant and evaluation of the activities of participants.
The Cold Staker's Codex describes the decision-making process for the allocation of Treasury funding and the criteria that the cold staker must follow when making a decision/voting.
@Yoshida77777 sorry for having trouble w/ sending tx.
I was successful w/ multiple tx w/ Ledge today.
I'm sorry for my poor English. Thank you so much!
Callisto Cold Staking testnet implementation.
Cold Staking contract is currently deployed at 0x99e318aa116bba18db83cfcfc9d071d8ddb6fa17 address.
This is a very first implementation of the Cold Staking solidity smart-contract which is intended to serve as a demonstrational and experimental version. Contract source code could be found here.
Calculation of rewards and numbers are not the real values that a user can expect to with the real staking contract. Again, the amount of reward you will receive in the final staking contract will be different from what you can get in this TESTING contract. Timeframes are also lowered due to testing reasons.
How to stake.
In order to participate in TEST cold staking you should follow these steps:
1. Go to ClassicEtherWallet and choose the Callisto Testnet 3.0 network.
2. Go to "Send Ether & Tokens" tab and unlock your wallet.
How do I withdraw my TEST reward?
1. Go to ClassicEtherWallet Interact with Contract tab. Input the
How do I check my reward?
1. Go to ClassicEtherWallet Interact with Contract tab. Input the
Hi, should staking procedure testing be possible in case CEW is managed through Metamask?
Hi, today cold staking calculator was removed from main site.
So, with 100% in staking and deposit 150,000 clo, this calculator get around 2,300 clo per month starting fourth month.
Yesterday (as in previous months) the calculator, which was on the main site showed a reward of around 10,000 under the same conditions.
The question is which of these calculators is correct?
P.S. It would be sad to hear that the calculator on the main site for several months showed results for the cold staking, which were too high in several times.