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README.md

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You've Got ETH

Easily send Ethereum to an email.

Important - Please do not use this project until we have had a chance to perform a full audit of the functionality. More info here

The You've Got ETH team is the winner of the community prize at the August 2017 Dappathon.

Demo

Play with the demo at https://youvegoteth.github.io/ . The demo app supports

  • TestRPC
  • Ropsten
  • Mainnet

Or watch the below video:

Project Overview

Want to pay your friends in Ethereum, but they don't have a wallet? Now with You've Got ETH you can send Ethereum to an email address.

Architecture

How it works

Eth that is in escrow in the system is stored in the smart contract.

This contract is deployed on the mainnet at ropsten at :

When ETH is placed into the smart contract, it is stored in such a way that it can only be accessed by the private key of an ephemeral address, generated on the fly during the checkout process.

This private key is then passed to the receipient, and after the user is educated about metamask and Ethereum, the private key is what is used to forward the ETH to a secure ethereum wallet.

For an end to end visualization of the flow, please see this youtube video.

Running on testRPC

  1. Run
bash helper_scripts/testrpc.bash
  1. Then, in another tab, run
cd contracts; truffle deploy
  1. Set your Metamask to point to your testRPC instance.

  2. Load https://youvegoteth.github.io/ and use the app!

Running on mainnet or ropsten

You should be good to go if you

  1. Set Metamask to point at the correct network.

  2. Load https://youvegoteth.github.io/ and use the app!

Authors

Contributors

Please visit Contributors for details on who contributed to the project.

License

MIT Liscense (see liscense.txt)

Acknowledgments