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A solution to improve SSO (Single Sign On) on the web using Ethereum login. Building something similar on Stellar would be far cheaper.
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-06-10
There's no on-chain nicknames, Stellar went with federation approach instead (see SEP-0002). But I don't see a problem to introduce such a standard if people think it is useful. So far, federation covers the needs of the majority of users. Some popular wallets, like Lobstr, allow you to choose a custom nickname. And it can be utilized in the combination with Albedo to authorize users just like "Login with Google" button.
Stay the fuck out of Moonshot subreddits
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-05-01
See CAP-35 at: https://github.com/stellar/stellar-protocol/blob/master/core/cap-0035.md
Question: what's the point of btc at this point?
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-04-30
Stellar's Asset Clawback Function Due On June 1st - A Step Towards No More Stolen
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-04-29
I was an idiot and forgot my memo when depositing XLM on Kucoin, is there anything I can do? Seems like other people have had this issue solved by kucoin support in the past
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-04-26
See my comment above. Also tell them it's their fault for not enabling the "memo required" flag on their account (https://github.com/stellar/stellar-protocol/blob/master/ecosystem/sep-0029.md). If they had that it would be impossible to send funds without a memo (if your sending wallet is compliant).
Wrapped BTC on Stellar Network?
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-03-21
Anchor interoperability is governed by SEP-6 and SEP-24. In a perfect world this should be plug-and-play but it's up to anchors to implement it in a most seamless fashion in compliance with their local laws and regulations.
CAP-35 is a big deal - here's some details
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-03-17
Core Advancement Proposal 35 for asset clawback is a huge deal that I don't think has received enough attention on the sub so I'm going to provide some info on it. The juiciest part is at the bottom, but I'm going to try and keep this short anyways.
I'm developing a new token based on the Stellar network (point reward system) - What do you think of my overall plan?
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-02-28
Then read about the hypothetical situation in the original CAP from 2019 https://github.com/stellar/stellar-protocol/blob/master/core/cap-0018.md
Rstellar Daily Chat Thread
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-02-12
But it gets better. The memo_required field is only a temporary solution and still allows for user error with the memo field (e.g.: writing the wrong memo). The real solution was introduced in Stellar protocol version 13: First-class multiplexed accounts. It allows exchanges to add the memo field directly to the address string. So they can give each user a unique personal address and the user can send XLM to this address without including a memo, but in the exchange's wallet the transaction will show up with the memo field included. The user only needs to copy-paste one address just like other cryptos and that's it. No more faulty/missing memo fields.
/r/Stellar Daily Chat Thread
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-02-05reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-01-27