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Thank you, I've decided that I will be writing the characters etc in Solidity as they will need to be put on the blockchain as ERC tokens. But anything that I can do on JavaScript, I will.

Jan 17 '19 at 4:22 pm

Gotcha, so I could use this for example:
Mapping(address => uint) allBalances;

allBalances[0xEthAddressOfAccount1] =
allBalances[0xEthAddressOfAccount2] =
allBalances[0xEthAddressOfAccount3] =
so on...?

Then, what I would like to do is use 'weight' to determine who has the most in their account, who's second...third etc. out of 10.

Is that possible? If so, is it then possible to use that logic for ERC20 tokens (Just one specific token).



Jul 20 '18 at 2:28 pm

Please forgive me on this...

Jul 11 '18 at 8:52 pm

Thanks Bro29, I have actually completed that multiple times :)

Jul 09 '18 at 8:17 pm

I see, so there isn't any value currently for DCT?

Jun 25 '18 at 11:13 am

Once thing, I still can't get my head around the chain side of things, so you're running a local chain on your computer but how do others then connect to it and it becomes decentralised?

Jun 14 '18 at 8:13 am

That's excellent, thank you very much, such an informative answer! I've upvoted it!

Jun 14 '18 at 8:11 am

I would also say all the data that is on the blockchain should be requested by the user meaning it's their choice. I believe GDPR was implemented because companies were selling on personal info between each other whereas now you're in control of your own data.

Jun 13 '18 at 7:16 am