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Colored Coins Org

Become a Colored Coins Expert! Colored Coins is a concept that allows attaching metadata to Bitcoin transactions and leveraging the Bitcoin infrastructure for issuing and trading immutable digital assets that can represent real world value. The value of such digital assets is tied to a real-world promise by the asset issuers that they are willing to redeem those digital tokens for something of value in the real world.
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Bringing the color to your wallet

Coinprism is a free online Bitcoin wallet allowing you to color your Bitcoins. With Coinprism, you can send and receive Bitcoins and colored coins with other users.
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Lykke - Trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, FX and Digital Assets

Lykke is building a global marketplace for the free exchange of financial assets. By leveraging the power of emerging technology, our platform eliminates market inefficiencies, promotes equal access from anywhere in the world, and supports the trade of any object of value. The Lykke Exchange is fast and secure. Users receive direct ownership of assets with immediate settlement from any mobile device.
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There should be a better way for Crypto tokens to die. For Erc20 tokens, they just wither, can Bitcoin Colored Coins do better?

There should be a better way for Crypto tokens to die. For Erc20 tokens, they just wither, can Bitcoin Colored Coins do better? submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Just found the best use for bitcoin colored coins which I suppose only applies to BCH now. /r/btc

Just found the best use for bitcoin colored coins which I suppose only applies to BCH now. /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Difference between ethereum code and bitcoin colored coins ?

Hello, i have read that ethereum is somewhat better than bitcoin because it can run code and apps. I tought i heard something similar about bitcoin and 'colored coins'. How is this any different ?
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Do voting systems based on Bitcoin (colored coins for example) need to break the anonymous nature of voting? /r/Bitcoin

Do voting systems based on Bitcoin (colored coins for example) need to break the anonymous nature of voting? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Do voting systems based on Bitcoin (colored coins for example) need to break the anonymous nature of voting?

Surely there are ways to hand these token out at a polling station (like is done with the ballot papers) and then allow people to send them to a destination at the station?
This means that elections are more difficult to rig. Holes anyone?
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BSQ - BTC Atomic SWAPS

Since BSQ are just Bitcoin colored coins it should be possible to exchange BTC for BSQ in the same transaction, without the need for multisig escrow or an arbitrator. It would be a true atomic swap in which there is no possibility for fraud and no waiting for the other party to fulfill the contract: either it is done or not.

It would be very cool to implement this within Bisq and could serve as an example of trustless exchange which could be replicated on many more alts and tokens.

Anybody interested in working on this for Bisq v 1.1.0 ?
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Couldn't the use of "colored coins" in Bitcoin Cash help with adoption by removing the price volatility 100% for merchants?

Lets say a company like Home Depot issues gift cards in the form of Bitcoin Cash colored coins. They could sell $0.01 worth of BCH for $20 store credit.
The price volatility of BCH completely leaves the equation for the merchant.
The downside is for the customer who now only holds Home Demo credits, but it could help with adoption - and transactions to secure the network.
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[HIRING] Evangelist/advocate Developer at Essentia One

Essentia is at the vanguard of blockchain and decentralized technologies. We see a bright future for the internet, and our team is dedicated to bring the Web 3.0 into existence.
Our team consists of the world’s best developers and advisors across the board and we’re growing at a tremendous pace. To become part of our dynamic and inspiring team, please see our opening positions below.
About Essentia:
Essentia is a decentralized data management framework. A trustless modular framework, the native features within the framework enable users to interact and operate decentralized resources. Store and control digital identities.
A seed grants access the dApps, blockchains and third-party services all while remaining completely secure. It empowers users with full ownership and privacy, and it makes decentralization accessible to all. The framework is applicable on any device in the world - meaning your entire digital life goes with you wherever you go.
Requirements First there are the necessary skills: - great development skills; - excellent communication skills ; - excellent networking skills.
As a candidate you should have: - passion about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies; - solid understanding of the blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (Ethereum, Solidity, Hyperledger, Bitcoin, Colored Coins, Lighting Network), and its application; - knowledge of the financial industry (would be an advantage); - security, cryptography and privacy knowledge for designing secure solutions using blockchain; - hands-on experience with Hyperledger Fabric (preferably) or other permissioned blockchains; - understanding of the smart contract development in Solidity and ChainCode; - previous experience with the P2P networks and distributed systems.
Duties: - be a social media presence; - keep up to date with competition and market; - create openly available software products; - participate in other products; - participate in public discussions; - participate in other publications; - participate and help with events; - act as a „firewall” for internal teams; - help dealing with influencers.
The main purpose — travel across all conferences аnd promote our brand from the side of technology.
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ELI5: scaling debate for long-term HODLers

Are you a long-term holder like me? Worried about a split? I'm worried too but I hold firm to my belief in one chain and one Bitcoin. Let me declare that I'm a Bitcoin Unlimited supporter before I explain where the two paths in this debate lead.
Bitcoin is soon going to cement itself on one of two paths. Both of which will lead to cryptocurrency scaling.
Path 1 - the Bitcoin Core vision: The transactions per second will remain very close to what they are today. People will use altcoins to scale and altcoins will thrive. Lightning and sidechains won't work because fees will be too high to settle back to the Bitcoin blockchain. Minimum transaction value around $10,000 USD. Nothing will be built on top of Bitcoin (colored coins move to other chains). Moon = 10x.
Path 2 - the Bitcoin Unlimited vision: The transactions per second will grow with demand. Eventually supporting everyone on the planet with 500MB blocks. You won't be able to run a full node. Only miners, exchanges, merchants and service providers will run full nodes. Minimum transaction value $1 USD. Everything will be built on top of Bitcoin. Altcoins lose relevance. Moon = 1000x.
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[Hiring] Evangelist/advocate Developer at Essentia One

Essentia is at the vanguard of blockchain and decentralized technologies. We see a bright future for the internet, and our team is dedicated to bring the Web 3.0 into existence.
Our team consists of the world’s best developers and advisors across the board and we’re growing at a tremendous pace. To become part of our dynamic and inspiring team, please see our opening positions below.
About Essentia:
Essentia is a decentralized data management framework. A trustless modular framework, the native features within the framework enable users to interact and operate decentralized resources. Store and control digital identities.
A seed grants access the dApps, blockchains and third-party services all while remaining completely secure. It empowers users with full ownership and privacy, and it makes decentralization accessible to all. The framework is applicable on any device in the world - meaning your entire digital life goes with you wherever you go.
Requirements First there are the necessary skills: - great development skills; - excellent communication skills ; - excellent networking skills.
As a candidate you should have: - passion about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies; - solid understanding of the blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (Ethereum, Solidity, Hyperledger, Bitcoin, Colored Coins, Lighting Network), and its application; - knowledge of the financial industry (would be an advantage); - security, cryptography and privacy knowledge for designing secure solutions using blockchain; - hands-on experience with Hyperledger Fabric (preferably) or other permissioned blockchains; - understanding of the smart contract development in Solidity and ChainCode; - previous experience with the P2P networks and distributed systems.
Apply here: https://crypto.jobs/jobs/evangelist-advocate-developer-at-essentia-one
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[HIRING] Evangelist/advocate Developer at Essentia One

Essentia is at the vanguard of blockchain and decentralized technologies. We see a bright future for the internet, and our team is dedicated to bring the Web 3.0 into existence.
Our team consists of the world’s best developers and advisors across the board and we’re growing at a tremendous pace. To become part of our dynamic and inspiring team, please see our opening positions below.
About Essentia:
Essentia is a decentralized data management framework. A trustless modular framework, the native features within the framework enable users to interact and operate decentralized resources. Store and control digital identities.
A seed grants access the dApps, blockchains and third-party services all while remaining completely secure. It empowers users with full ownership and privacy, and it makes decentralization accessible to all. The framework is applicable on any device in the world - meaning your entire digital life goes with you wherever you go.
Requirements First there are the necessary skills: - great development skills; - excellent communication skills ; - excellent networking skills.
As a candidate you should have: - passion about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies; - solid understanding of the blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (Ethereum, Solidity, Hyperledger, Bitcoin, Colored Coins, Lighting Network), and its application; - knowledge of the financial industry (would be an advantage); - security, cryptography and privacy knowledge for designing secure solutions using blockchain; - hands-on experience with Hyperledger Fabric (preferably) or other permissioned blockchains; - understanding of the smart contract development in Solidity and ChainCode; - previous experience with the P2P networks and distributed systems.
Duties: - be a social media presence; - keep up to date with competition and market; - create openly available software products; - participate in other products; - participate in public discussions; - participate in other publications; - participate and help with events; - act as a „firewall” for internal teams; - help dealing with influencers.
The main purpose — travel across all conferences аnd promote our brand from the side of technology.
Apply here: https://crypto.jobs/jobs/evangelist-advocate-developer-at-essentia-one
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Tokens on top of Bitcoin transacted on the LN

I thought that it was not possible to exchange tokens on the Bitcoin LN. I am not sure that's really true. If we exchange on each payment channel colored coins, then we can send them on a path from a sender to a destination, just like bitcoins. We could even have mixed bitcoin/colored coins channels, where we exchange both types.
I think that the exchange of tokens in a scalable way is an important transitional feature before going to a complete Bitcoin based economy (if we arrive to that).
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Blind Merged Mining for Bitcoin: efficient colored coins, experimental chains, and more

Blind Merged Mining for Bitcoin: efficient colored coins, experimental chains, and more submitted by RubenSomsen to BitcoinDiscussion [link] [comments]

Blind Merged Mining for Bitcoin: efficient colored coins, experimental chains, and more

Blind Merged Mining for Bitcoin: efficient colored coins, experimental chains, and more submitted by RubenSomsen to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

@cz_binance: @Missing_Laces Being a global exchange platform, we are neutral on most things, coins, politics, max/minimalist, region, color, etc. #Bitcoin doesn't care either. We are just here to provide access to liquidity. 🙏

@cz_binance: @Missing_Laces Being a global exchange platform, we are neutral on most things, coins, politics, max/minimalist, region, color, etc. #Bitcoin doesn't care either. We are just here to provide access to liquidity. 🙏 submitted by rulesforrebels to BinanceTrading [link] [comments]

Building a Trustless Investment Fund with Ethereum

Consider the following problem. Alice, Bob, and Charlie want to form an investment fund together. The three will pool money, and designate Alice as the fund manager; that means Alice will be able to make decisions to buy or sell securities using their money. However, they want to make it impossible for Alice to cheat them by stealing the money and driving off in a Ferrari. Also, either Bob or Charlie should be able to liquidate their share of the fund unilaterally and have their funds returned to them.
Luckily, they live in a world in which publicly traded securities are all cryptoowned, eg shares of Google are traded as colored coins or inside an ethereum contract.
How can Alice, Bob, and Charlie solve this problem without needing any of them to trust each other? (Besides Bob and Charlie trusting to Alice's skills as a manager, of course).
Suppose at first we live in a pre-Ethereum world, i.e. we have bitcoin, colored coins, and other derivative technologies to work with. At first, the problem seems straightforward. Alice, Bob, and Charlie can agree on the source code to a program X which will act as an agent for the fund. The source code looks like this:
if message.signedBy(alice): if message[0] = "BUY": securityToTrade = message[1] amountToTrade = message[2] self.issuePurchasingTransaction(securityToTrade, amountToTrade, self.privateKey) ... if message.signedBy(bob) && message[0] = "LIQUIDATE": # liquidate Bob's account, and return his proportional ownership of the fund to Bob (in bitcoin or whatever) ... 
Alice, Bob, and Charlie can all verify that the source code behaves exactly as they want it to. However, once the time comes to actually run the program, there is no way for them to verify that the implementation being run hasn't been compromised or changed in some way. Even if the implementation is honest, the person running the program could scan its memory to learn its private key (which is needed for executing the transactions) and thereby steal all of its assets. So, we wind up still needing a trusted party - maybe Alice, or maybe Amazon web services. Clearly, this is unsatisfactory.
Ethereum solves the problem of needing a trusted third party for computation, since the integrity of computation is itself verified in the block chain. So, we can almost use our existing program as an Ethereum contract and implement the investment fund for Alice, Bob, and Charlie. However, there is one snag. As currently constructed, our program requires a private key to operate - it uses this private key to own other assets (eg. the colored coins representing Google shares). However (barring efficient code obfuscation), it is not feasible for an Ethereum contract to contain secret information, since the entire state of its memory is always public information.
This is where another great feature of Ethereum comes in: the fact that contracts live in addresses, and addresses can be used across the platform as a means of identification and authentication. Consider that in the standard example contract for owning a coin or other type of security, there are no private keys directly involved. Rather, the contract creates an address space within its own memory that corresponds perfectly to the address space of Ethereum in general. As such, any contract that exists in an Ethereum address has an unambiguous way of proving its identity without relying on secret knowledge, because only it can send transactions from that address. Given this fact, we can maintain the original, intuitive formulation of the agent X and it just works. Pretty cool!
Ideally we would like to solve an even harder version of the investment fund problem, in which it is impossible for Alice to steal money from Bob and Charlie, but Alice can also keep the investments secret from Bob and Charlie. This way Alice can protect the "secret sauce" behind her investments. To see why it would be highly desirable to solve this formulation of the problem, consider that Maddoff told all of his investors that they couldn't know what he was investing in. They trusted him and his secrecy, obviously to their detriment. However, if we could solve the secret investment fund problem, then there would have been no need for trust.
I don't see a way to solve the secret investment fund issue in Ethereum because all of the agent's behavior takes place on the public blockchain. Would be glad to hear ideas for solving it.
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Solution: Blockchain Voting-- a secure electronic voting framework that we needed yesterday. Voting fraud happens because of 2 things: a) CorruptGov runs elections, b) Inconsistency in voting systems act as 'plausible deniability'.

TL;DR:
These guys claim we're ready for it now, for the 2016 election:
Background
Our government has cheated elections several times and they will continue to cheat and steal the vote so long as we can blame tallies on little old ladies counting the ballots; disenfranchised black people in florida; hacking; "lost" absentee ballots (or suddenly 'found' absentee ballots); diebold voting machines (or whatever they call themselves now); misreporting from the media; supreme court decisions that were wrong (gore v bush) because it was a politically-imbalanced cabinet at the time; and finally the existance of a theivery corporation's ploy called the electoral college as a means to overrule any deep-state-disapproved, democratically-elected republicanism.
These inconsistencies in our voting systems allow a corrupt government to 'get away with it', because 'problems' act as a 'plausible deniability' gambit for fraud. While the Spectacle spins off countless hours of news media coverage over the "possibility of fraud" and election scandals, talking bobble heads gobble on with ineffectual nonsense to a captive audience with the sole intention of selling pharma medications that don't work, food that's not fit to eat, and cars we can't afford. In other words, controversy is commodified: we'll be taking your money, kthanxbye.
Steal elections. 'lections. Make money, money. Steal elections 'lections. Make the money money.
Somewhere in there is a hit rap song.
Enter Blockchain Voting
It's important to enumerate all those problems, not as a whiny rant, but to demonstrate how Bitcoin technology can absolutely free us from these problems and end all controversies, so that we can get back to the task we once had of making this world a freer, better place for all humans everywhere (which is--to my mind--the core assumption of american exceptionalism).
Blockchain
The *Blockchain is an electronic, cryptographic public ledger used in bitcoin to track all transactions that have ever happened. It's used as parity check to prevent double spending (similar to the 90s era ecommerce problem of "click only once"). Anyone using bitcoin has a copy of every transaction that has ever been made. This means that every bitcoin user is part of one giant virtual bitcoin based bank with direct access to the bank's database of transactions. Think about how powerful that is.
It also means that the idea that bitcoin is anonymous that is commonly held (and propagandized by the main stream media as 'a money technology that enables crime') is simply false--its only semi anonymous. This means that bitcoin transactions are all traceable. This is why if you want anonymity, you use an online proxy service to create temporary bitcoin addresses to anonymize yourself, but this only protects you by hiding behind the service itself. There is soon to be a darkweb version of this service which will be a tor hidden service that will not be answerable to any government, and that will ensure true anonymity.
The blockchain is a powerful tool, and people are utilizing the metadata aspect of the blockchain in several creative ways. One in particular is in creating a secure electronic voting framework
These guys claim we're ready for it now, for the 2016 election:
Colors
Bitcoin can create this framework in many ways; but I believe most popularly it would use an exploitation of bitcoin' 'colored coins', 'tagging' coins with a form of metadata. Such as blue or red; business or personal; savings or dailyexpenditures; Hillary or Trump. In the case of bitcoinvoting, the 'value' aspect of the coins would be irrelevant. So one would only have to solve bitcoin for a relatively small number of bitcoins. Given that the smallest unit in BTC is 0.00000001 BTC, only 2 BTC would be needed to enable this, giving each person 0.00000001 BTC; if you used 3-5 BTC, that would be enough for at least the next 100 yrs of voting, given the US population is currently around 318.9M, and less than that would be legal to vote
So in this scenario, casting a vote would entail spending 0.00000001 BTC of Bernie-colored coin or Trump colored coin, to a bitcoin address representing your county's ballot box (or a federal ballot box address). You have a copy of your transaction, so do they, and you have everyone elses's vote, and so do they.
Semi-Anonymity is implicit because bitcoin addresses are just numbers, although they are traceable. This can be resolved fairly easily by using a central server. People will complain and say "who runs the server"? With bitcoin, it doesn't matter... you still have a copy of your vote and can check it. It precludes changing your vote. It elminates this problem entirely.
The 'Registration process' would need to be figured out. It could be the case that 2 bitcoin systems are used, one that registers a voter and another that handles casting votes.
How it Fixes
  1. ) Tally -- blockchain public ledger allows anyone to count the votes -- Fixed!
  2. ) Government changes votes in the database -- blockchain ledger disallows -- Fixed!
  3. ) Voting machine problems -- it's all electronic, consistent with bitcoin voting. All you need is a computer, the open source voting system is security-audited by the public and runs off a CD as a diskless OS. You print a paper wallet and write your vote to it --- fraud = Fixed!
  4. ) Absentee ballots -- no longer exist. You can vote instantly from anywhere in the world -- Fixed!
  5. ) Misreporting from MSM -- can't happen anymore as anyone can call immediate bullshit with software designed to tally based on your blockchain -- Fixed!
  6. ) Supreme Court Decisions -- blockchain won't fix a bad decision from the SCOTUS -- NOT FIXED! Although the people will have perfect evidence to hold the court itself in contempt of court and hold a collective vote of no confidence calling for immediate, permanent disbarrment of all members of SCOTUS from any future government office. Or we shoot them dead.
  7. ) Electoral college -- blockchain won't fix this so long as we have a system that politically upholds a fraudulent misapplication of democracy like this. However it will amplify differences between the two, supporting a narrative that the electoral college is the "Establishment's" vote versus the "people's vote". So it's a NOT FIXED! However, I believe people would like the democracy enabled by blockchain voting that they'd run towards it and admonish the electoral college as perfect manifestation of deep state elitism.
Re: Item #3 above: yes, not everyone has a computer. So you would have to have voting places still, but they would be computer labs connected to the internet or libraries, or your friend's computer...any computer that can boot from CD or USB stick can become a voting machine. There is software that hash-checks the diskimage and writes a certified copy to your media; you boot to it and it turns off every device but monitor, mouse and internet...it connects to internet to check your registration; or you just send your registration and vote info and if you do it again, it will overrule the last vote or ignore it (a decision to make...should you be able to change your mind prior to the election day, by which all votes must be cast and beyond which they won't be counted...
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Bitcoin Q & A: What are colored coins and how do the work? Could you use colored coins to track political donations? Can colored coins be used on the Lightning Network?

Bitcoin Q & A: What are colored coins and how do the work? Could you use colored coins to track political donations? Can colored coins be used on the Lightning Network? submitted by FluidAttitude to btc [link] [comments]

Colored Coins Coming To Bitcoin Cash. Simple Explanation on What Colored Coins Are.

Colored Coins Coming To Bitcoin Cash. Simple Explanation on What Colored Coins Are. submitted by don-wonton to btc [link] [comments]

Colored Coins, aka Tokens, will come to Bitcoin Cash. Introductory video explaining it.

Colored Coins, aka Tokens, will come to Bitcoin Cash. Introductory video explaining it. submitted by rdar1999 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Q&A: What are Colored Coins? - Andreas Antonopoulos

Bitcoin Q&A: What are Colored Coins? - Andreas Antonopoulos submitted by LightningPlus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Andrew Stone [Bitcoin Unlimited leading Dev] tokens/colored coins proposal: "With OP_GROUP, I'm trying to get 95% of the useful functionality of ethereum for .01% of the effort and maintenance" [quote from a post]

Andrew Stone [Bitcoin Unlimited leading Dev] tokens/colored coins proposal: submitted by rdar1999 to btc [link] [comments]

EB38 – Flavien Charlon: Coinprism, Colored Coins, Open Assets Protocol, Crypto Equity Coinprism the first Colored Coins web wallet Bisq DAO Basics: Colored Coins Colored Coins - YouTube On Colored Coins, and how Counterparty within Bitcoin, and Ethereum, Nxt, etc. work

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EB38 – Flavien Charlon: Coinprism, Colored Coins, Open Assets Protocol, Crypto Equity

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