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Trouble sending coin to other account

Hi All! Total noob here. I seem to be having an issue with moving Ether from my desktop's wallet (using geth command line) to my laptops GUI wallet (Ethereum Wallet Beta 9). I am using the following command in geth console: eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.coinbase, to:eth.accounts[1], value: web3.toWei(0.05, "ether")}) The only difference is that eth.accounts[1] is the raw string of my Wallet address. Anywho, I get a TxID confirmation and everything, but the Ether never moves... Has anyone had a similar issue? My passphrase is getting accepted (I tried to enter the wrong one and it complained). Not sure what the deal is. Any help would be greatly appreciated. EDIT:
Do I need to do anything special with the latest geth? I know we have the Homefront (or something) release that requires a soft fork. I think I have the right geth, but not sure if I need to refresh any cache/data/etc.
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First pre-release/beta Ethereum Classic GUI Mist Wallet signed builds built to work natively with the original/classic network

First pre-release/beta Ethereum Classic GUI Mist Wallet signed builds built to work natively with the original/classic network submitted by whatisgravity to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

Which Ethereum wallet is best / safe (with GUI)?

Like the title .. Im looking for a good and secure wallet to store my ethereum. I need a GUI as im a noob in terminal. Tthnx!
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First Ethereum fork. GUI wallet. No ICO/IPO. PoW, Bountys.

First Ethereum fork. GUI wallet. No ICO/IPO. PoW, Bountys. submitted by Manidos to ethereum [link] [comments]

Ethereum Wallet Release Beta 4 – Now generates GUI's for any contracts for easier interaction

Ethereum Wallet Release Beta 4 – Now generates GUI's for any contracts for easier interaction submitted by avsa to ethereum [link] [comments]

Ubuntu Ethereum GUI Wallet Suddenly gone

Basically, I turned on my system and the ethereum icon is no longer available on the start menu. I backed up my wallet aka the keystone folder and reinstall the Ethereum-Wallet-linux64-0-8-8.deb on the github . Tips? fyi, I am new to the whole eth thing and I am now in panic mode
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New to Ethereum (and cryptos in general), I'm having some trouble creating a wallet contract in the Ethereum Wallet GUI.

So I'm trying to create a wallet contract, but I keep getting "exceeds block gas limit" error. Here's the estimated fee consumption, provide maximum fee, and current gas price:
Estimated fee consumption: 0.04088417 ether (1,962,239 gas)
Provide maximum fee: 0.0625064 ether (3,000,000 gas) NOTE: This is the default maximum fee.
Gas price: 0.02084 ether per million gas
So if I don't change that default max fee of 3,000,000 gas it still gives me the "exceeds block gas limit" error. Anything higher than 3,000,000 gives the error, and anything in between 1,400,001 and 2,999,999 also give the error. So 1,400,000 gas and below don't give the error, and then it shows it's creating the wallet but never actually creates it, then on etherscan.io the transactions show as pending. I assume this is because the gas is too low, and miners just ignore it.
So what am I doing wrong here?
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Will Ether from my nano ledger S or myetherwallet, or the normal ethereum wallet GUI, be compatible for receiving the bancor token?

A bit unsure of how this ICO works. I think it's confusing how it's sending me the token back to the ether address I sent it from. I thought my ether wallet was to store and hodl ether and nothing else? How does this work and which wallets are safe to send from. I know I can't send from exchanges.
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Ethereum's Go developer team releases Beta GUI Wallet, no command line interface required!!!

Ethereum's Go developer team releases Beta GUI Wallet, no command line interface required!!! submitted by thehighfiveghost to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Is there a GUI version of the Ethereum wallet like Bitcoin Core? If currently no, any plan to develop one? It helps in usability.

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What are "peers" in Ethereum GUI Wallet? Why do I only have 1?

What are "peers" in Ethereum GUI Wallet? Why do I only have 1?
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First pre-release/beta Ethereum Classic GUI Mist Wallet signed builds built to work natively with the original/classic network

First pre-release/beta Ethereum Classic GUI Mist Wallet signed builds built to work natively with the original/classic network submitted by whatisgravity to EtcTrader [link] [comments]

The new GUI wallet is mentioned in today's cryptocast 'Ethereum to Earth, Cannabis ❤s LEDs, & Everything Drones'

The new GUI wallet is mentioned in today's cryptocast 'Ethereum to Earth, Cannabis ❤s LEDs, & Everything Drones' submitted by AmandaBJohnson to ethereum [link] [comments]

Mining through Mist / Ethereum Wallet GUI

I have an account and a wallet set up in Mist / Ethereum Wallet. There is a "Start Mining" menu option but it is grayed out. How do I mine through the GUI? Alternatively, how do I mine using the account/wallet I set up through the GUI?
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EtherWall - GUI desktop wallet for Ethereum

EtherWall - GUI desktop wallet for Ethereum submitted by mids106 to ethereumprojects [link] [comments]

Shift - First Ethereum fork with a GUI wallet.

Shift - First Ethereum fork with a GUI wallet. submitted by CryptoJunky to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

How to Stake on the ETH2 Medalla Testnet - A Beginner's Guide

Hey everybody, I am an absolute beginner who just managed to set up a staking node on the ETH 2.0 Medalla testnet that goes live Aug 4th, 2020. Shoutout to KBrot/ and others at /ETHFinance/ who patiently helped me out, and of course the friendly folks at the Prysm and Lighthouse discords!
I missed the mining craze last time around, but I'm stoked that I can be here for the Medalla testnet. If you are considering solo-staking on main net you absolutely should give the testnet a try. Documenting my steps here in case anybody else wants to give it a shot!
Initially I tried Lighthouse on Windows but there were compile issues so switched to Linux and it was much easier. I'd never used Linux before and had limited command line knowledge, so if I can do this, so can you!
Later on, I was able to get Prysm running on Windows quite easily. Steps included below.
ETH2 Client used: Sigma Prime Lighthouse on Linux Ubuntu Desktop latest version, not running an ETH1 node (using an Infura node instead as not enough disk space). But you should run an ETH1 node if you can, because you reduce the risk of penalties from Infura being unavailable when you're staking on the main net later on.
I have also added Prysm steps on Windows. For other clients, just replace steps 3-6 with the instructions from that client's dev team.
WARNING: DO NOT USE REAL ETH FOR STAKING ON THE TEST NET. Testnet staking requires TEST ETH called GoETH, NOT REAL ETH.
Steps:
  1. Create your validator keys at the Ethereum Foundation Medalla Launchpad
  2. Preparation: Install Linux, Rust, C++ build packages
  3. Install ETH2 client
  4. Start an ETH2 beacon node
  5. Import your validator keys into ETH2 client
  6. Start ETH2 validator

STEP 1 - Create your validator keys at the Ethereum Foundation Medalla Launchpad
Go to the Launchpad. Make sure you understand the 'Overview' section as much as you can.
If you already have a Linux machine set up and want to use the CLI to generate the keypair, follow the instructions to generate the key-pairs.
I wanted to do it on my Windows PC, so I skipped the 'Install developer libraries' and CLI steps.
Instead I downloaded the eth2deposit-cli-v0.2.1-windows-amd64.zip file from http://github.com/ethereum/eth2.0-deposit-cli/releases/tag/v0.2.1/
Unzip/extract, and run the deposit.exe file. Follow the steps and keep your keystore files and password safe.
I assume you want to set up 1 validator. Upload the validator json, connect your Metamask wallet and sign the transaction to send 32 GoETH from your Metamask wallet to the testnet deposit contract. If you don't have test ETH, get some from prylabs.net/participate (just click on step 2 - get goeth and connect your Metamask) from the Prysmatic or Lighthouse discord. There is a bot channel there.
After signing the transaction your 32 GoETH has been deposited into the Medalla testnet contract!
Brave and Metamask don't work together with the Launchpad. Chrome + Metamask worked for me.

Step 2 - Preparation: Install Linux, Git, Rust, C++ build packages
I was able to run Prysm on Windows, but had issues with Lighthouse. So I set up Lighthouse on Linux. Here's how you do this:
Install Ubuntu desktop using these instructions to create a bootable USB disk. Ubuntu server doesn't have a GUI, so I went for desktop.
From a terminal window, install Ubuntu dependencies by copy-pasting and pressing Enter:
sudo apt install -y git gcc g++ make cmake pkg-config libssl-dev 
Install Git:
sudo apt install git-all 
For using Lighthouse, you need to install Rust:
curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh 
For using Lighthouse, you also need to install Microsoft C++ Build Tools:
sudo apt-get install build-essential 
NOTE: You may have to log out/restart Linux at this point to make the next step work.

Step 3: Install an ETH2 Client
Prysm is the more popular client but for the sake of client diversity try to use one of the other clients also. Install Prysm by following the first 3 steps but don't start the beacon node yet.
The steps below are for Lighthouse (Linux), taken from this source.
Clone the lighthouse git with this command:
git clone https://github.com/sigp/lighthouse.git 
Go into the Lighthouse client directory:
cd lighthouse 
Compile the client using command, this will take a while:
make 

Step 4: Start an ETH2 Beacon node
Pick either 4a or 4b below - don't do both!
Step 4a: Start the ETH1 node & Beacon node
If your computer can run an ETH1 node (like GETH) which needs a 500GB SSD at least, please do so to support true decentralization and maximise your node uptime.
See Prysm instructions here. For Lighthouse see instructions here. Then go to step 5.
Step 4b: Use a remote (3rd party) ETH1 node & start a beacon node
If you cannot run an ETH1 node because your computer is not powerful enough or the SSD is not big enough, you can use a public Infura end-point: Sign up for free at https://infura.io/ and create a new project. Under that project's settings, next to 'Endpoints' choose Goerli testnet and copy the https URL -> this is your Infura endpoint.
For Lighthouse (Linux):
Open a new terminal window.
Replace the word URL below with this Infura endpoint URL, and run this command in a new terminal window.
lighthouse --testnet medalla beacon --eth1-endpoint=URL --http 
As a bonus, sign up for the POAP and add your graffiti to your beacon node to get special participation badges!
For lighthouse, the POAP graffiti has to be added to the beacon node not the validator (for Prysm, it is added to the validator not the beacon node - see instruction further below in the next step).
So use this command instead of the previous one to start the beacon node with your graffiti added:
lighthouse --testnet medalla beacon --eth1-endpoint=URL --http --graffiti YOURGRAFFITIHERE 
You should start seeing lines such as:
INFO Imported Deposit Log(s) 
and after it has caught up with all the deposits:
INFO Waiting for adequate ETH1 timestamp.... 
For Prysm (Windows):
If running your own ETH1 node, run in a new command line window:
 prysm.bat beacon-chain 
If using Infura, replace the word URL below with the Infura endpoint URL, and run this command in a new terminal window.
prysm.bat beacon-chain --http-web3provider=URL 
You should see something like this:
INFO powchain: Processing deposits from Ethereum 1 chain deposits=18432 genesisValidators=17871 

Step 5: Import your validator keys into the client
For Lighthouse (Linux):
Follow the instructions here. Ensure you place the validator keys folder in the right place.
I did this by pasting the 'eth2deposit-cli-de03fe3-windows-amd64' folder into my Linux lighthouse folder.
For Prysm (Windows): Follow the steps here. Ensure you place the validator keys folder in the right place.

Step 6: Start your ETH2 validator
For Lighthouse (Linux):
Open a new terminal window and run:
lighthouse vc 
If the validator started successfully, you will see something like this:
INFO Enabled validator voting_pubkey: 0xa5e8702533f6d66422e042a0bf3471ab9b302ce115633fa6fdc5643f804b6b4f1c33baf95f125ec21969a3b1e0dd9e56 
Until the Medalla testnet genesis, you will ALSO see an error like so on Lighthouse:
ERROR Unable to connect to beacon node error: "ReqwestError(reqwest::Error { kind: Request, url: \"http://localhost:5052/node/version\", source: hyper::Error(Connect, ConnectError(\"tcp connect error\", Os { code: 111, kind: ConnectionRefused, message: \"Connection refused\" })) })" 
This is perfectly normal, and will keep repeating until the Medalla testnet chain starts running later (the http server for the lighthouse beacon node doesn't start until genesis - confirmed by devs in Discord)
Note: The status messages may be different as we get closer to chain genesis and again at the actual genesis time.
Before genesis, update your client with this command if built from source:
git pull 
or if using the docker image:
docker pull sigp/lighthouse 
For Prysm (Windows):
Open a new terminal window and run:
prysm.bat validator 
As a bonus, sign up for the POAP and add your graffiti to your validator to get special participation badges! Use this command instead of the previous one to run a validator with your graffiti added:
prysm.bat validator --graffiti "YourGraffitiHere" 
NOTE: While Prysm adds the graffiti to the validator, Lighthouse adds it to the beacon node. The end result is the same though.
You should see this message if the validator started succesfully:
INFO validator: Waiting for beacon chain start log from the ETH 1.0 deposit contract 
Note: The status messages may be different as we get closer to chain genesis and again at the actual genesis time.
Also your beacon node terminal will show that the validator has successfully connected to it.
INFO rpc: New gRPC client connected to beacon node addr=127.0.0.1:XXXXX 
So now you should have one terminal window running the beacon chain and another terminal window running the validator. Closing the terminal windows will terminate these, so be careful. I'd also advise changing your power settings so that your PC doesn't go to sleep automatically.
That's it! Your Medalla validator is now ready! Keep and eye on update instructions from the dev teams on their Discords and just wait for the chain genesis now (1300 hrs UTC, Aug 4th, 2020).
You can also enter your validator's public key in Beaconcha.in to monitor status and staking income.
If you spot any errors/improvements to these steps, do let me know!
EDIT: Prysm steps for Windows added. Lighthouse Graffiti commands added. Prysm and Lighthouse Discord links removed due to Reddit spam filters, look in comments for those links.
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is there a miner like nicehash that will send ethereum directly to my wallet?

I've been using nicehash for a while now but i don't like how i have to withdraw in btc and i also don't like how i have to have like 12 dollars worth of btc before withdrawing.
is there a miner like nicehash (that has a gui) that will send ethereum directly to my wallet instead of having me withdraw it from their website?
Alternatively, could i configure the nicehash client to send the btc directly to my wallet instead of the one on their site?
From what i've seen it sends btc to "my" wallet on their site every time like 40 cents worth of btc is accumulated.

Sorry if that's a stupid question.

And before anyone says it, i know that i'm paying more in electricity and i should just buy the crypto instead but i live in greece and since the greek government IDs are basically just a piece of paper without any serious anti faking measures, no kyc service accepts them.
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is there a miner like nicehash that will send ethereum directly to my wallet?

I've been using nicehash for a while now but i don't like how i have to withdraw in btc and i also don't like how i have to have like 12 dollars worth of btc before withdrawing.
is there a miner like nicehash (that has a gui) that will send ethereum directly to my wallet instead of having me withdraw it from their website?
Alternatively, could i configure the nicehash client to send the btc directly to my wallet instead of the one on their site?
From what i've seen it sends btc to "my" wallet on their site every time like 40 cents worth of btc is accumulated.
Sorry if that's a stupid question.
And before anyone says it, i know that i'm paying more in electricity and i should just buy the crypto instead but i live in greece and since the greek government IDs are basically just a piece of paper without any serious anti faking measures, no kyc service accepts them.
submitted by AutisticDalekOnSpeed to NiceHash [link] [comments]

The Reddit Bake-Off - Submission by Hubble Project

Update

Reddit Post

A live proof of concept showing hundreds of thousands of transactions
The simulation is currently running. At the moment we have processed 40k transactions. We did some preprocessing so started everything ~12 hours ago. We will update the post here when the simulation has finished.
Source code (for on & off-chain components as well tooling used for the PoC). The source code does not have to be shared publicly, but if Reddit decides to use a particular solution it will need to be shared with Reddit at some point
Smart contracts: https://github.com/thehubbleproject/RedditHubble
Node: https://github.com/thehubbleproject/reddit-commander
Documentation
General Documentation: https://thehubbleproject.github.io/ Spec for Reddit RollApp: https://hackmd.io/yGcb_vWfT5679rEcebT0rw
How it works & scales
We use optimistic rollup. Basically we create a commitment for a batch of transactions. If the commitment is incorrect anyone can execute a fraud proof to prove it is incorrect and revert the incorrect batch.
So our smart contract desribes the fraud proofs and commitments and the node watches the smart contract and validates every commitment is correct. If not it will produces a fraud proof and revert the state.
Currently a single coordiantor run by us is allowed to create batches. We plan to decentrlaize this later.
How to run it
https://github.com/thehubbleproject/reddit-commandeblob/masteREADME.md
Known issues or tradeoffs
We have several improvments still to apply
  1. Bls signatures will reduce the size of our commitments and thus our cost per tx.
  2. Mass migrations will allow users to move to any other scaling solutions as they see fit.
  3. Decentralize coordinator: at the moment the coordinator is centralized which gives them alot of power. They can basically stop the whole system if they stop processing tarnsactions. We currently have a governance fall back to update teh coordinator if they become malicious. But this basically make the governece able to dos the whole chain. We plan to use https://ethresear.ch/t/spam-resistant-block-creator-selection-via-burn-auction/5851 to decentrlaize the coordinator.
  4. General gas optimizations: Reducing footprint per batch, we limit our batching to 32 transactions per batch to ensure that the fraud proofs execute in 3-5 million gas, the batch footprint on-chain in terms of storage can be reduced quite a lot. We have some ideas around just storing one hash per batch on-chain
Summary of cost & resource information for both on-chain & off-chain components used in the PoC, as well as cost & resource estimates for further scaling. If your PoC is not on mainnet, make note of any mainnet caveats (such as congestion issues).
Each batch contains 32 operations. We assume the gas block limit is 10,000,000 and block time is 13.5 seconds when calculating transactions per second.
submitBatch for CreateAccount use 235533 gas 7360 gas per account creates 100 account creates per second
submitBatch for Airdrop use 269983 gas 8436.96 gas per Airdrop 87 airdrops per second
submitBatch for Transfer use 270046 gas 8438.9375 gas per Transfer 87.77654067715761 transactions per second
submitBatch for BurnConsent use 269202 gas 8421.56 gas per BurnConsent 88.05176316611599 burnConsent per second
submitBatch for BurnExecution use 234253 gas 7320.40625 gas per BurnExecution 101.188 BurnExections per second
The USD cost is dependent upon the gas price market which fluctuates alot.
Offchain costs are servers 0.1 USD per hour. Its same as basic laptop spec. We are probably over paying.
Scaling. This PoC should scale to the numbers below with minimal costs (both on & off-chain). There should also be a clear path to supporting hundreds of millions of users.
See benchmarks
Decentralization. Solutions should not depend on any single third-party provider.
Currently we have a centralized coordinator but plan to upgrade to decentralized coordinator.
Transactions complete in a reasonable amount of time (seconds or minutes, not hours or days)
Coordinator needs to gather enough transactions to create a block. Once this is done transactiosn can be commited in ethereum block time.
We can offer sub second weak finality by the cooordinator placing a bond and commiting to include a transaction or else their bond will be slashed. This does not provide the same crypto economic finality that layer 1 does but it does allow for nice UX.
Free to use for end users (no gas fees, or fixed/minimal fees that Reddit can pay on their behalf)
Yes. We currently have no fees and depend upon reddit to pay the coordinators costs. All gas fees can be done meta-tx style natively. This introduces some problems with the plan to decentralise the coordinator. We can add per users fees denomintated in the token they are transfering. There is more nuance here that we can dig into later.
Users should be able to view their balances & transactions via a blockchain explorer-style interface
We don't have this yet but can add it later. We do have API's to view the balances and transactions but not a GUI.
Exiting is fast & simple
We plan to add mass migrations which will make it cheap for users to leave. Which will allow users with very small balances to move to any other scaling solution.
To exit to layer 1 naively would require users to wait a 1 week delay. We can remove this requirement by providing users with fast withdraw. Basically a helper provides the withdrawed funds up front to the user. After the delay period the same helper gets the funds the user was trying to withdraw.
Scaling solutions should be extensible and allow third parties to build on top of it
You cannot build custom solidity ethereum style dapps inside hubble. However our perfered approch is to allow mass migrations so users can move to other scaling solutions or other hubble-chains which will allow anyone to build programmable dapps.
Third-party permissionless integrations should be possible & straightforward
Mass migrations should allow anyone to add a new feature and migrate hundreds of thousands of users to a new hubble chain in a single ethereum transaction :)
Simple is better. Learning an uncommon or proprietary language should not be necessary. Advanced knowledge of mathematics, cryptography, or L2 scaling should not be required. Compatibility with common utilities & toolchains is expected.
This applies to us. You can use any scaling solution you like just need to accept mass migrations.
Balances and transactions cannot be forged, manipulated, or blocked by Reddit or anyone else
An incorrect commitment can be put on chain but anyone can revert that commitment with the fraud proof, the coordinator who submits a fraud batch and the coordinators who build on fraud batch get heavily slashed.
Points should be recoverable to on-chain ERC20 tokens even if all third-parties involved go offline
We can add a governance multisig that can update the coordinator if they go offline. But if the governance goes offline we will be stuck. We could hard spoon the token to recover. In future version we will decentralise the coordinator.
A public, third-party review attesting to the soundness of the design should be available
Not availble at the moment. But we plan to audit soon.If this is a blocker we can start an audit ASAP but want to wait to finailze features required for community points as our entry is specific for that usecase.
Compatibility with HSMs & hardware wallets
Currently yes because we use ethereum style signatures. But later we want to add BLS and that will need us to add BLS signature support to hardware wallets.
Minting/distributing tokens is not performed by Reddit directly [1]
At the moment reddit does need to be aware of the current state of the system when doing airdrops. The airdrops happen sequentially which means that reddit need to publish aidrops. But they don't execute it. A future version we can remove this so that reddit is just signing a random string and provides it to just hte user.
One off point burning, as well as recurring, non-interactive point burning (for subreddit memberships [2]) should be possible and scalable
We provide this. See benchmarks for costs
Fully open-source solutions are strongly preferred
Of course github.com/thehubbleproject/

Final note

We had alot of fun working on this project. We were really happy to see the other submissions. We think it would be a shame if just a single team were to "win". So we propose to use mass migrations so that users can pick which solution THEY want to use. The aidrop happens on a single solution. But then users can move to whatever solution suits their needs. Nobody wins unless everybody wins :D

Get in touch, we love questions

Join our TG group here
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is there a miner like nicehash that will send ethereum directly to my wallet?

I've been using nicehash for a while now but i don't like how i have to withdraw in btc and i also don't like how i have to have like 12 dollars worth of btc before withdrawing.
is there a miner like nicehash (that has a gui) that will send ethereum directly to my wallet instead of having me withdraw it from their website?
Alternatively, could i configure the nicehash client to send the btc directly to my wallet instead of the one on their site?
From what i've seen it sends btc to "my" wallet on their site every time like 40 cents worth of btc is accumulated.
Sorry if that's a stupid question.
And before anyone says it, i know that i'm paying more in electricity and i should just buy the crypto instead but i live in greece and since the greek government IDs are basically just a piece of paper without any serious anti faking measures, no kyc service accepts them.
submitted by AutisticDalekOnSpeed to ethereum [link] [comments]

Ethereum /r/ETH FAQs

This post covers some frequently asked questions about Ethereum (ETH). All of these FAQs come directly from the ETH Docs. For a complete list of FAQs and information, please visit and review https://ethdocs.org. See the sidebar for more resources and subreddit rules.

What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a decentralized smart contracts platform that is powered by a cryptocurrency called Ether. A good starting point to learn more about its workings would be the “What is Ethereum?” page.

Is Ethereum based on Bitcoin?

Only in the sense that it uses a blockchain, which Bitcoin pioneered. Ethereum has a separate blockchain that has several significant technical differences from Bitcoin’s blockchain. See this Ethereum StackExchange answer for a detailed explanation.

What’s the future of Ethereum?

Ethereum developers are planning a switch from a Proof-of-Work consensus model to a Proof-of-Stake consensus model in the future. They are also investigating scalability solutions and how to store secrets on the blockchain.

What’s the difference between account and “wallet contract”?

An account is your public / private key pair file that serves as your identity on the blockchain. See “account” in the glossary. A “wallet contract” is an Ethereum contract that secures your ether and identity with features such as multisignature signing and programmed deposit/withdrawal limits. A wallet contract can be easily created in the Mist Ethereum Wallet GUI client.

Can a contract pay for its execution?

No this is not possible. The gas for the execution must be provided by the address submitting the execution request.

Can a contract call another contract?

Yes, this is possible, read about interactions between contracts.

How will Ethereum deal with ever increasing blockchain size?

There are many discussions around blockchain scalability. This questioned has been partially answered on this Ethereum StackExchange post and this blog post from Vitalik Buterin.

How will Ethereum ensure the network is capable of making 10,000+ transactions-per-second?

Ethereum is planning on implementing a proof-of-stake consensus protocol change during the Serenity phase of their development roadmap. More information on the likely Ethereum PoS candidate and how it may increase transactions-per-second can be found here.
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How to Open an (Ethereum) ETH Wallet on MyEtherWallet (MEW) - Easy - Duration: 6:38. CDBTC 5,573 views. 6:38. What is an ERC-20 Wallet and how to set it up to receive tokens - Duration: 18:16. Monero Core GUI Wallet Beta for Windows Install & Overview XMR - Duration: 12:59. ... El Cheapo - Building a Ethereum Miner on a Tight Budget - Part 1 - Duration: 10:22. The Crypto Dad shows you how to set up the Ethereum wallet. We go through downloading (with verification) and installing the Ethereum wallet. Important software used is: Ethereum Project Home page ... In this video we cover a basic single-user wallet contract creation. This is the first contract we have made on the channel, so I hope you're as excited as I am! This process is very simple and ... This is a simple explanation of what Ethereum is and how it works for beginners interested in cryptocurrency.. ===== LINKS TO ACCESS SITES SAFELY =====...

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