@bitRainbow If the server doesn't know your private key, it can't fetch the transactions... Constantly removing or adding private keys to/from the wallet daemon will cause reset (discarding cached data) of the wallet container as it will need to recheck all the transactions since the main network was launched.
@bitRainbow Only way to access the server is using a certificate to login... Then all keys can be viewed using either walletd via curl or sqlite command-line client.
Private spend key, wallet address and e-mail address are stored in sqlite database... None of them are encrypted as no external script can access the database, password authentication is disabled on the server. The web wallet tries as much as possible to not send e-mail address and private spend key in same request to avoid leaking too much information in case of man-in-the-middle attack...
First of all, it is very user-friendly to log in with email and passcode (which is sent to email) instead of Metamask and Ledger.
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...
You are smart :)<br/>I think there is a good amount of those who love freebies. You should probably hustle them for your marketing purposes in exchange for .
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.
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.
Does subaddress keep the real address hidden from the public? Is it a unique feature of Talleo?
Command-line wallet for Talleo will soon have support for using subaddresses. Wallet daemon has already had support for them since launch.
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.