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Project Bob/AliceD - Multiple token support #14

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troggy opened this Issue Jul 10, 2018 · 0 comments

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troggy commented Jul 10, 2018

Bounty 17: Project Bob

In project Alice the Parsec chain only supported one token: PSC.
In project Bob we add the ability to have multiple tokens that can be handled by the chain and send between the users.

Scope:

Send:

  • extend the balance field to be able to select from a list of tokens. When selected, display balance and symbol of the token.
  • when a transaction is mined, check if the user has multiple outputs. If yes, automatically send consolidation transaction. See unit tests in parsec-lib for examples

Tx history:

  • remove gas and gasPrice fields
  • display fee in fee column
  • extend the value field to contain to the token symbol
  • optional (color entries different for each token)
  • point tx link to Parsec block explorer

Deliverables

  • project Bob deployed and set up to work with testnet

Bounties: https://github.com/parsec-labs/PIPs/wiki/Bounties

@troggy troggy added the bounty label Jul 10, 2018

@troggy troggy changed the title from Bounty 17: Project Bob - Multiple token support to Project Bob - Multiple token support Jul 10, 2018

@troggy troggy added the draft label Jul 10, 2018

@troggy troggy self-assigned this Jul 13, 2018

@troggy troggy changed the title from Project Bob - Multiple token support to Project Bob/AliceD - Multiple token support Jul 13, 2018

@troggy troggy removed the draft label Jul 13, 2018

@troggy troggy assigned maxkudla and unassigned troggy Jul 18, 2018

@sunify sunify closed this in #17 Aug 6, 2018

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