@zolotokrylin I'm already using smart contracts written from scratch by me... I validated them against Ethereum, Tron and Binance Smart Chain virtual machines.
Talleo Project is planning to move Tron and Binance Smart Chain (BSC) bridges to mainnet...
Talleo Project is looking for developers who have medium or expert level experience with Xamarin, C++ - C# wrapper functions, Android and iOS development, and CryptoNote codebase.
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.
We have moved our official mining pool to better hosting provider. New server has 4 cores. Due to change of hosting provider, the IP address also changed...
We have recompiled the wallet daemon for webwallet to support displaying import key for GUI wallet.
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.
Code cleanup continues on ETH-TLO bridge... We will keep the bridge on Rinkeby testnet as long as is required for testing all the code that will use the contract. When the bridge wallet on mainnet has enough balance, we can start another instance of the bridge with separate Talleo wallet so people can't withdraw same tokens twice, once from Rinkeby and once from mainnet contract.
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).
The Ethereum network is constantly updated, which tends to improve its performance and increase its long-term functionality. Without a doubt Talleo and Ethereum are great pairs
There has been two attempts at bridging CryptoNote coins and Ethereum blockchain before.
+1 :) My Talleo wallet: TA3Uz9BF7GdLWuTnbfSFeE42jT4Dvb64wKL9jL7dZNawWWLBxJEu8K39dnEP4ALhVNCDKaB3Q9tYrFgmjqMq57HL2oLNdoBoE
Any channel that is linked from official website of Talleo is considered official. Rules of the giveaway are quite clear to make sure people don't use account ids belonging to someone else to claim the grand prize...
During last week we have added support for compiling Talleo codebase with more recent compilers. We have tested with GCC 6-10 and Clang 6-11.
History of Talleo starts in April 2018 when its predecessor was forked from TurtleCoin. Original purpose of the project was to replace national currencies of corrupt governments and allow fast payments with low fee without encouraging spamming of the network with small transactions.