I know a lot of people who love freebies, but those are not the best people to do marketing... Talleo has quite a big userbase in for example Indonesia, where people don't have a lot of money. As Talleo has market pair with Dogecoin, which is another cheap coin, it doesn't take a lot of money to buy Talleo using Dogecoin or sell Talleo for Dogecoin and transfer to website that allows cashing out cryptocurrency.
SimpleWallet is in the zip file containing also all the other command-line binaries... The zip file is in the downloads section of the official website, on the official FTP server and releases section on GitHub...
I haven't really tried deploying smart contracts on mainnet, so I don't know exact amount... I estimated about 200 USD worth of ETH should be enough for getting the bridge running for few weeks. The bridge needs to pay some of the network fees when converting from TLO to wrapped TLO. When converting back from wrapped TLO to TLO the network fee can de deducted from the amount the user receives as there is already enough coins in the bridge wallet.
Like I've mentioned already on Holdex, Talleo has ERC20 bridge, but it's currently only on Rinkeby testnet as I'm waiting for my investors to send me enough ETH to deploy the contract on mainnet.
I'm always interested in integrating Talleo with other services... It all depends on how much new code needs to be added on Talleo side... Sometimes it's very little amount, sometimes quite a lot...
Some people like me have a lot of wallets... But having integration with other blockchains than Ethereum might bring more users to Holdex.
If I would use a translator, it would not be to translate something I don't understand, as before I was a cryptocurrency developer, I was writing translations for Google Translate and making maps for Google Maps.
When Ethereum transaction fees did go up like a rocket, some game developers moved over to Tron. That means any site with TronLink integration doesn't lose users of those games.
If you have enough addresses that belong to same container, you can clearly see which addresses are subaddresses as part of the address has same characters. This is because address is just base58 encoded public keys and all subaddresses share same view key.
Installing isn't really complex... The basic command-line binaries can just be unzipped. For most normal use, Talleod needs to be started first.
I have i5-9660k and if I use all cores and GPU, I can get about 10000 TLO/day. It's pretty close to 10 kh/s equalling 10000 TLO. Without GPU, I would say about 7000 TLO/day.
It's possible to mine Talleo on laptop using xmrig, but it can cause overheating just like when mining on mobile phone... Currently it is more profitable to buy on C-PatEx, but it might change in the future.
Old tools will work as long as they can connect to the primary seed node... Its IP address hasn't changed.
If I find some issues, I will update the GitHub repositories... Both bridges will print a lot of log output that is only visible on the same machine that runs the bridges...
ETH contract is already deployed on Rinkeby, but TRX contract still needs to be deployed... Today I was checking all the build scripts so compiling the contract still works. After the TRX contract is deployed I can test if the code throws any errors or exceptions. But the main task will be making sure all the conversions go through correctly and all non-fatal errors are handled correctly.
I've spent over 4000 EUR of my own money already to keep Talleo online and I paid some things 12 months in advance... I don't like rushing things or other team members... Security has always been important for Talleo Project.
No... We are keeping it on testnet as long as it is necessary for testing all the other code that will eventually use the bridge... I have accumulated some ETH already on mainnet that will be eventually used for fees of conversion transactions that are initiated by the bridge and not the user.
Performance on Ethereum network depends on used transaction fee (gas)... Bridge is configured to use about twice the amount of gas that is required to get the transactions accepted to blockchain. Using more than twice defeats the purpose of Talleo Project as it's supposed to be fast and low fee...
It's easier to test code first with Ethereum and then adapt it to Tron and other compatible smart contract platforms...
Even though Talleo is essentially fork of TurtleCoin, which itself is fork of Bytecoin, a lot of low-level code has been merged from Monero, including modifications to hashing algorithm (including CryptoNight variants 1 and 2).