Steem blockchain was forked to Hive due to disagreement on recent actions conducted by Tron owner Justin Sun. As all the content on Steemit was mirrored up to the hard fork height, also old Talleo community on Steemit was mirrored to Hive. The new community can be browsed at https://hive.blog/created/hive-147043. We will still update the Steemit community as long as it is possible, but no further content will be automatically mirrored between the two sites.
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Yesterday was the first time we ever used the feature to blacklist any specific wallet addresses… I personally don’t like using the feature unnecessarily even though I was the one who initially added the feature… Everyone should have the right to mine Talleo as long as mining doesn’t cause issues to other community members… As a coin developer and leader of Talleo Project, I am responsible to people who run any service that use Talleo’s wallet daemon or node daemon. When Talleo was listed on C-Patex I made a deal with the company operating the exchange that they monitor for abnormal activity and lock any user accounts involving in such activity. This was to protect both Talleo Project and proper operation of the exchange.
Official Talleo subreddit on Reddit is now available at https://www.reddit.com/r/Talleo/.
This week Talleo was listed on Argentina based Crypto Patagonia Exchange (C-PatEx) with BTC pair.
SRBMiner-Multi added initial support for Talleo’s algorithm in version 0.3.0, but it was a dud release that did stop mining with error 0x4002. Version 0.3.1 fixed the error, but still has low performance when mining with CPU due to incorrect detection of usable threads. Thread count should be L3 cache size divided by 256 kB.
Payments can be verified using payment ID, wallet address and private view key of the wallet.
The steps to verify payments using the RPC JSON API are:
- Get current block height using “/getinfo”.
- Pass payment ID to “/get_transaction_hashes_by_payment_id” to get list of transaction hashes.
- If supported by daemon, set startIndex to 0 or first block height to include, and set endIndex to current block height – 10, so it won’t return transactions with less than 10 confirmations, includeUnconfirmed should be set to false.
- Iterate through transaction hashes with “/get_transaction_details_by_hashes”.
- If your daemon doesn’t support filtering by includeUnconfirmed, check for transactions where inBlockchain is true.
- Verify that unlockTime is positive number less than current block height and that blockIndex is less than current block height – unlockTime.
- Check that the blocks containing the transactions are not orphaned using block hashes from step 3 and “/get_blocks_details_by_hashes”.
- Using “/get_amounts_for_account” check that the transactions contain enough outputs to the wallet, you need transaction hash, wallet address and private view key.