wyktju
about 1 year ago  Karma: 15
Does delegateCall store all the posts on chains or not?

It'd be interesting to know whether all my posts are stored directly on the sidechain..(Not hash)

delegateCall
sidechain
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wyktju
about 1 year ago  Karma: 15
Does delegateCall store all the posts on chains or not?

It'd be interesting to know whether all my posts are stored directly on the sidechain..(Not hash)

delegateCall
sidechain
storage

4 ANSWERS
dtaparelli
about 1 year ago Karma: 666

yes, you can check it at http://blockchain.delegatecall.com
your question is stored in block #5092

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yes, you can check it at http://blockchain.delegatecall.com
your question is stored in block #5092

Screen Shot 20180313 at 20.24.46.png

dtaparelli

I tried to upload a screenshot of your question (not just the hash) showing in the explorer, but it seems image upload is not working yet

Mar 13 '18 at 11:30 pm
wyktju

I found my block and my post. Interesting. But doesn't that cost me any gas? ultimately, it didn't connect to my wallet at all..

Mar 13 '18 at 11:39 pm
tm00tm

yes the posts also stored in mysql and es as a cache ,
so you can view the posts fast

Mar 13 '18 at 11:48 pm
dtaparelli

DelegateCall is running in its dappchain, not ethereum blockchain. All transactions with the dappchain are handled in a 'centralized' manner by Loom Network, so you don't need to worry about gas or wallets here..

Mar 14 '18 at 12:00 am
wyktju

glad to see this app...but it needs to be decentralized to be qualified as a dapp....

Mar 14 '18 at 12:12 am
tm00tm2

so,the dappchain is mapping to ethereum blockchain?

Mar 14 '18 at 12:14 am
wyktju

should just be a separate chain with a two-way pegs with ethereum main net..just didn't figure out the details yet

Mar 14 '18 at 12:38 am
fergaljosullivan
about 1 year ago Karma: 458

To your follow up question

A call that only reads from a blockchain can be served by any node - so is relatively cheap or free. Even on the Ethereum mainnet.

A write/update on the other had uses the processing of the node that mines the transaction and has to be replicated to all nodes which is more processing. Hence the cost.

Charging also is an anti-spam measure.

The "gas" or cost of mining is being paid by delegatecall / loom. Also currently we the users are NOT using something like MetaMask (or even our own PRIVATE key) to sign transactions ourselves.

To your follow up question

A call that only reads from a blockchain can be served by any node - so is relatively cheap or free. Even on the Ethereum mainnet.

A write/update on the other had uses the processing of the node that mines the transaction and has to be replicated to all nodes which is more processing. Hence the cost.

Charging also is an anti-spam measure.

The "gas" or cost of mining is being paid by delegatecall / loom. Also currently we the users are NOT using something like MetaMask (or even our own PRIVATE key) to sign transactions ourselves.

tm00tm2
about 1 year ago Karma: 55

yes the posts also stored in mysql and es as a cache , so you can view the posts fast

yes the posts also stored in mysql and es as a cache , so you can view the posts fast

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