We have recompiled the wallet daemon for webwallet to support displaying import key for GUI wallet.
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.
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.
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).
talleo using protocols of the same profile as Monero. Accumulating more and more to Tlo. #tlo #talleo
Both the Ethereum hashes rate and the number of transactions per day have increased significantly. Talleo is building its history.
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