Go back to LocalBitcoins. Not present for unconfirmed transactions. Retrieved 24 September List Asset TXs Endpoint using asset id as generated above curl https: Enter your email and a strong password that you won't forget!
Enter it and press 'Submit'. GenAddrWallet "alice" if err! Before we do anything else, head on over to your personal email account- there will be an email from Cex. Newer Post Older Post Home. To do this, they encrypt the private keys to your cryptocurrency wallets so that no-one- not even you- can know them. Filters response to only include transaction hashes after txstart in the block. Your computer may ask you to approve the wallet connecting to the internet through your firewall.
It is your own responsibility to dash check that clicked links look correct in your browser bar, and that any wallet you install on your computer is from a legitimate source. Click here to go to Binanceand click 'Register' on the top right menu. Chain when transaction can be valid. You will be asked to enter a password. Please keep dash mind that it will always be wallet by hex-encoding on the blockchain, even if you selected string as your data encoding ; to see it as your original plaintext, wallet have to convert it client-side. You chain get to choose how you'd like to deposit money:
And that's a hardware wallet. Which hardware wallets support Dash? A pop up will appear showing you payment information for your wallet.
Copy you wallet address as we'll need it soon. Choose which Ethereum exchange you'd like to use by clicking on the logo , and the guide will continue: Coinbase Operates in 32 countries. Can have low buy limits at first, increases with use. High initial buy limits compared to other exchanges. There are also some other exchanges but without step by step guides listed here. Press the 'sign up' button and fill out your name make sure this is exactly how it's written on your photo ID , email, password and location.
Once you're happy with the amount, click the big 'Buy' button. You'll be asked to confirm your purchase. Press the 'Confirm Buy' button. Enter your email address and a secure password. Click the checkbox to agree to the terms. We recommend using the 'Smartphone App' option. Once your security has been set up, you'll be taken to your account dashboard. Once you're verified, click the 'Deposit' button along the top menu.
You now get to choose how you'd like to deposit money: Via bank transfer This option takes a few days for the transfer to arrive but has no commission fees. Choose the method you prefer and follow the instructions to deposit your money. Once you've decided, click 'Buy'. You'll be asked to confirm your buy. Check everything looks correct and click 'Confirm the order'. Congratulations- you now own some Ethereum!
Enter your email and a strong password that you won't forget! You will be taken back to Binance as your email is confirmed. On the login form, enter the email and password you just used to sign up, then press 'Login'. A pop-up will advise you to set up 2FA two factor authentication on your account. Now, return to Coinbase. Click 'Accounts' from the top menu, then find your Ethereum wallet listed on the left.
In the 'Recipient' box, paste the Ethereum wallet address we just copied from Binance. Go back to Cex. Input the amount of Ethereum you're sending. You will be asked for a 2-factor authentication number. You will be sent an email to confirm the withdrawal. Go back to LocalBitcoins. You should still be in your wallet page. Enter the amount of Bitcoin you're sending. You will be asked to enter your password to confirm the send. Once entered, press 'Send from wallet'. Here's some share buttons to make it easy: There are two ways of buying coins: As market buy is the simpler of the two options we'll go with that.
Above it, click the 'Market' option. When you're happy with the amount, press the buy button. Your order will be filled immediately. Press 'Funds' along the top menu, then 'Deposits Withdrawals'. In the search box, type DASH. Click the 'Withdrawal' button. In the boxes that appear, fill in this information: Write 'My wallet' Address: Put the wallet address that you copied from Dash wallet in step 6. Go to your email and click the link that has been sent to you.
If your data is over 40 bytes, it cannot be embedded into the blockchain and will return an error Attribute Type Description data string The string representing the data to embed, can be either hex-encoded or plaintext. If not set, defaults to hex. Attribute Type Description address string Optional The requested address.
Only returned if querying by wallet name instead of public address. Only returned if querying by HD wallet name instead of public address. This is the difference between outputs and inputs on this address, but only for transactions that have been included into a block i. Can be negative if unconfirmed transactions are just spending outputs. Usually only returned from the Address Full Endpoint.
Usually only returned from the standard Address Endpoint. Useful for determining whether to poll the API for more transaction information. Attribute Type Description address string Standard address representation. A single chain is returned if the wallet has no subchains. Very similar to array of TXInput s, but with values related to assets instead of satoshis. Very similar to array of TXOutput s, but with values related to assets instead of satoshis.
Attribute Type Description id string Identifier of the event; generated when a new request is created. The hash can either be for a block or a transaction. If used, requires a user token. A wallet name can also be used instead of an address, which will then match on any address in the wallet.
The maximum allowed is 10; if not set, it will default to 6. Will accept any float between 0 and 1, exclusive; if not set, defaults to 0. The recognized types of scripts are: Attribute Type Description id string Identifier of the payment forwarding request; generated when a new request is created. Allows you to receive a fee for your own services. Automatically sets up a WebHook.
If not set, defaults to 10, Attribute Type Description value int Amount sent to the destination address, in satoshis. Chain Endpoint curl https: Block Hash Endpoint curl https: GetBlock 0 , "a5e1accfbf9b2bcd75d9ffb8d09a35ea31c0fff" if err!
Maximum value allowed is Block Height Endpoint curl 'https: GetBlockPage , "" , 1 , 1 if err! Public addresses are significantly more lightweight. Consequently, and unlike traditional bank accounts, you can and should! Addresses can also leverage pay-to-script-hash , which means they can represent exotic things beyond a single private-public key pair; the most prominent example being multi-signature addresses that require n-of-m signatures to spend.
Address Balance Endpoint curl https: Address Endpoint curl https: For more info about this figure, check the Confidence Factor documentation. This ensures paging by block height never misses TXRefs. Defaults to , maximum is For more detail on confidence, check the Confidence Factor documentation.
Address Full Endpoint curl https: This ensures paging by block height never misses TXs. Defaults to 10, maximum is Xico5nigvR8Kk2PQZuthSb5dETUf5oAj8g The returned object contains information about the address, including its balance in satoshis, the number of transactions associated with it, and the corresponding full transaction records in descending order by block height—and if multiple transactions associated with this address exist within the same block, by descending block index position in block.
List Wallets Endpoint curl https: Get Wallet Endpoint normal wallet curl https: GetHDWallet "bob" if err! Get Wallet Addresses Endpoint normal wallet curl https: GetAddrHDWallet "bob" , nil if err! Only valid on HD wallets. GenAddrWallet "alice" if err! Printf "Parital HD Wallet: If not set, default is one address. If not set, address will be generated on the first chain in the HD wallet.
DeleteHDWallet "bob" if err! Transaction Hash Endpoint curl https: GetTX "a47fd2dd54de76a2bf9fcb8dcfbcc5ffdb09cf1a4f47c63" if err! Unconfirmed Transactions Endpoint curl https: Use a third party library to create your transactions and push raw transactions Use our two-endpoint process outlined below, wherein we generate a TXSkeleton based on your input address, output address, and value to transfer.
We recommend you look at blockcypher. GenAddrKeychain addr2 , err: Faucet addr1 , 3e5 if err! SendTX skel if err! Hashing the hex-encoded string twice using SHA should give you back the corresponding tosign data.
Buffer tosign , "hex". Include duplicates as many times as they may appear: Dealing with Errors Signing and creating transactions can be one of the trickiest parts of using blockchains in your applications. We provide 2 different ways for you to control the fees included in your transactions: This will calculate and include appropriate fees for your transaction to be included in the next blocks, blocks or 7 or more blocks respectively. You can see the explicit estimates per kilobyte for these high, medium, and low ranges by calling your base resource through the Chain Endpoint.
Manually set the fee to a desired amount by setting the fees property in your TX request object. Note that a fee too low may result in an error for some transactions that would require it. These are the possible script types: PushTX "fddf3ddaaede31adcb28c73cace2fbbbb9b8c3fed6dcbafcbf9f0aafba9bb50f1efcb4cedcfbdcecb17f04f5fa1bdef33faa2ba7fa28c56a50facab96affffffffdacdcacaee1ea3f57ecedd1d09eacccadcc1af6a69bf12e90cbac" if err! DecodeTX "fddf3ddaaede31adcb28c73cace2fbbbb9b8c3fed6dcbafcbf9f0aafba9bb50f1efcb4cedcfbdcecb17f04f5fa1bdef33faa2ba7fa28c56a50facab96affffffffdacdcacaee1ea3f57ecedd1d09eacccadcc1af6a69bf12e90cbac" if err!
Transaction Propagation Endpoint curl https: The return object is described below: Attribute Type Description transaction string The hash of the transaction you queried. If no nearby city can be found, this is not returned.
Transaction Propagation WebSocket You can get a live view of unconfirmed transaction propagation analysis on Dash by connecting to our Transaction Propagation WebSocket, at the following address: Metadata API Cryptocurrency addresses, transactions, and blocks are extremely powerful, but the labels they employ can be…cryptic. Otherwise, returns public metadata.
If not set, it defaults to false , returning public data. Otherwise, sets public metadata. If not set, it defaults to false , setting public metadata. List Asset TXs Endpoint using asset id as generated above curl https: Get Asset TX Endpoint using asset id as generated above, and first txhash from list asset txs endpoint curl https: Get Asset Address Endpoint using the transfer address from above curl https: Payment Forwarding One of the well-known benefits of cryptocurrency is the ability to allow users to partake in online commerce without necessarily requiring extensive setup barriers, like registering new accounts.
While there are many possible use cases, the two we hear most about are: A way to generate payment-specific addresses for which funds will automatically transfer to a main merchant address.
Great for automatic merchandise whether physical or virtual processing. List Payments Endpoint curl https: DeletePayFwd "6fbe2bfeacdcbc4d5fcc " if err! Events and Hooks Blockchains are highly transactional systems. Which Should I Use? Types of Events We support a number of different event types, and you can filter your notification requests depending on how you structure your Event request object.
The payload is an unconfirmed TX. The payload is a Block. This is equivalent to listening to the new-block event and fetching each transaction in the new Block.
The payload is a confirmed TX. Sends first the unconfirmed transaction and then the transaction for each confirmation. Use the confirmations property within the Event to manually specify the number of confirmations desired maximum 10, defaults to 6. The payload is a TX. Using WebHooks WebHooks leverage similar objects and interactions but with two key differences: List WebHooks Endpoint curl https: GetHook "fcc2aac-4baaee0b1d83" if err!
DeleteHook "fcc2aac-4baaee0b1d83" if err! A rolling average of the fee in satoshis paid per kilobyte for transactions to be confirmed within 1 to 2 blocks. A rolling average of the fee in satoshis paid per kilobyte for transactions to be confirmed within 3 to 6 blocks.
A rolling average of the fee in satoshis paid per kilobyte for transactions to be confirmed in 7 or more blocks. Optional The current height of the latest fork to the blockchain; when no competing blockchain fork present, not returned with endpoints that return Blockchains.
Optional The hash of the latest confirmed block in the latest fork of the blockchain; when no competing blockchain fork present, not returned with endpoints that return Blockchains. The height of the block in the blockchain; i. The depth of the block in the blockchain; i. Optional Raw size of block including header and all transactions in bytes. The number used by a miner to generate this block.
The Merkle root of this block. Height of the block that contains this transaction. The hash of the transaction. The likelihood that this transaction will make it to the next block; reflects the preference level miners have to include this transaction. Version number, typically 1 for Bitcoin transactions. Time when transaction can be valid. Number of subsequent blocks, including the block the transaction is in.
Optional Time at which transaction was included in a block; only present for confirmed transactions. Optional Number of peers that have sent this transaction to BlockCypher; only present for unconfirmed transactions.
Optional Address BlockCypher will use to send back your change, if you constructed this transaction. Optional Hash of the block that contains this transaction; only present for confirmed transactions. Optional Canonical, zero-indexed location of this transaction in a block; only present for confirmed transactions. Optional If this transaction is a double-spend i. Due to the identical inputs, transactions usually cannot be directly traced, obfuscating the flow of funds.
PrivateSend makes Dash "fungible"  by mixing the coins in the same denomination with other wallets, ensuring that all coins are of the same value. InstantSend is a service that allows for near-instant transactions.
Through this system, inputs can be locked to specific transactions and verified by consensus of the masternode network. Conflicting transactions and blocks are rejected.
If a consensus cannot be reached, validation of the transaction occurs through standard block confirmation. InstantSend solves the double-spending problem without the longer confirmation times of other cryptocurriencies such as Bitcoin.
Dash is the first decentralized autonomous organization powered by a Sybil proof decentralized governance and funding system. Ten percent of the block rewards go to this "treasury" in order to pay for projects that benefit Dash. Funding from the treasury system has been used to hire additional developers and other employees, to fund attendance at conferences, and to fund integrations with major exchanges and API providers.
Each masternode operator receives one vote. Proposals are eligible for funding according to the following formula: If there are more proposals that meet that criterion than there are budget funds for the month, then the proposals with the highest number of net votes will be paid.
Community interaction with proposal submitters is done through the dash. After the submitter has enough support, the network will automatically pay out the required funds in the next super block, which happens monthly. The funding system has seen revenue growth.
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12 Jan Coins supported: BTC, ETH, ETC, LTC, DASH, DAO, REP, ZEC. and for more advanced users: The official Ethereum wallet (Mist) - Linux, Windows, Apple. Coins supported: ETH, All ERC20 tokens. Mobile Wallets. One of the most common and convenient ways to store your coins is through a mobile wallet. 20 Feb Hey all, I don't really know where I should be posting/who I should be asking. I got into the cryptomarket about 2 years ago in when Dash was. Dash is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency. On top of Bitcoin's feature set, it currently offers instant transactions (InstantSend), private transactions ( PrivateSend) and operates a self-governing and self-funding model that enables the Dash network to pay individuals and businesses to perform work that adds value.