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wat about github link?? Where can I see that? The team is on the stage on finalizing of github page. Give them some time I dont think the github here is not urgently needed as the code here is almost the same with cryptokitties. Check their code U are missing the most important point! This project has taken only idea of cryptocitties but it is really different project with more complex infrastructure. agree with u BUT the code base is the same thats why the question for thq answer about github was correct. it is possible to check the github of cryptokitties wat about github link?? Where can I see that? The team is on the stage on finalizing of github page. Give them some time I dont think the github here is not urgently needed as the code here is almost the same with cryptokitties. Check their code U are missing the most important point! This project has taken only idea of cryptocitties but it is really different project with more complex infrastructure. agree with u BUT the code base is the same thats why the question for thq answer about github was correct. it is possible to check the github of cryptokitties Well, agree with u though. Nevertheless I also hope that project will have its own github page. It will add some trust to the project Quote from: ApehaFan777 on February 15, 2018, 08:12:42 PM When the main realese is scheduled? any dates? Follow the roadmap Sir. it is detailed enough. If u wanna the short answer then main realese is pretty soon Im more curious when I will be able to create the first moneters. I suppose it would be impossible to do in advance right?? Only after the main realese? Yes. U know this project is fully based on blockchain and creating any creature is impossible without the connection to blockchain It is barelly possible. Wait a final rea Continue reading >>

How Does Cryptokitties.co Work?

How Does Cryptokitties.co Work?

I own , a software development consultancy. Im also a PhD student, musician and youtube creator. These cute little buggers are taking over Ethereum with 15% of all transactions on the blockchain buying, selling and breedingkitties. Lets look under the hood of the Ethereum based cryptocurrency cat craze and see how it works! FYI: This post is aimed at those without much knowledge of Ethereum or Genetic Algorithms. I will be looking into the actual smart contract code in a later blog post though, so stick around! Heres my website. Cryptokitties is a blockchain game. Players collect and breed CryptoKitties, which are all unique, thanks to a digital genome that defines how they look. The whole thing is powered by the Ethereum blockchain, a cryptocurrency kind of like Bitcoin , except transactions may contain executable code. This means that you can create a Distributed Application (DApp) that makes use of the decentralised structure of a cryptocurrency, and the usefulness of a computer application. You can use complex logic within a transaction. So what? Well, if you dont quite see the potential of this combination straight off the bat, this post wont convince you. Think: completely transparent and autonomous transactions with possibilities far beyond simply sending money from one person to another. Ill leave it to the commenters to provide further insightful examples. Lets start with the kitties themselves. CryptoKitties use whats called a Genetic Algorithm (GA) to create the Kitties. A GA is not actually too complex. Its really similar to how real biological genetics work, where genes your DNA store information about how the rest of your body works. In people there are genes for eye colour, hair colour, straight or curly hair, skin colour, or how tall you are. In CryptoK Continue reading >>

Cryptokitties Chrome Extensions

Cryptokitties Chrome Extensions

What are CryptoKitties Chrome Extensions? There are new extensions being created every day now that can provide additional functionality to you when using theCryptoKitties.co website via the Google Chrome Browser. Free CryptoKitties Chrome Extension from Kitty Explorer The latest FREE CryptoKitties Chrome Extension can be found at cryptokitties-kittyexplor Watch this video guide on what the Kitty Explorer Chrome Extension does: To install go to the Chrome Store Free CryptoKitties Chrome Extension from Crypto Kitties (unofficial) This is an unofficial extension for Show number of cats with this cattribute Go to Chrome Store and install:GitHub:PR-s welcome. Kitty Helper is your one stop shop for upgrading your experience on the Crypto Kitties platform. Keep ahead of the competition with a custom rarity scoring algorithm, convert prices to USD on hover, and view every kitties rarest traits instantly. The author states this is currently a Beta release but stay tuned as many more features are coming soon! So far 972 people are using the Chrome Extension. CryptoKitties UltimateChrome Extension $3.99 To purchase go to the Chrome Store We have not tested this but the author states the follow features: Determines rare catributes, converts price to USD, price filtering and more! FREE to try for 10 minutes. If you don't like it you can cancel and get your money back. UNLIKE other free Chrome extensions on the store, this one will update the rarity stats on a daily basis so you know the true rarity plus new features. Price filtering (set a max price and see only those Kitties for sale/sire that cost less) Rare trait highlighter and add in percentage Adds summary in the Kitten list page for Marketplace and Breed pages (so you don't have to go into each one). This will give traders Continue reading >>

Learn To Code Ethereum Dapps By Building Your Own Game | Hacker News

Learn To Code Ethereum Dapps By Building Your Own Game | Hacker News

There's a lot of hate on here for blockchain gaming/rare digital art so I'd like to clarify two points. 1. Blockchain games are best when only the necessary work is done on chain, such as transfer of ownership or enforcement of critical rules at run time. This tutorial may not show that so as to demonstrate the power of the blockchain, but most people in the space are building only the components players want to not be controlled by a central entity into the blockchain. It works fine. 2. The lack of digital scarcity is a real problem for artists. Blockchain art is a real solution. Artists I talk to are extremely excited about the ability to issue limited/special editions of their art on the blockchain that can owned and traded by their biggest fans. It's not about hiding the source art (image, music, etc) from the public, it's about having "signed" and "authentic" editions folks can collect and trade. They've lost that ability in the digital art world and this gives it back to them. fans like to give one time tokens of appreciation to artists. and then maybe hang it on a wall and forget. collectors and tax avoiders like to invest in scarce art (hence why they only assign big made-up values to the work of dead artists) and so they will be the only ones really interested in maintaining a block chain to authenticate their investment. One of the CryptoZombies creators here. This comment is spot-on. In the realm of gaming, digital ownership of in-game assets is one area we're really excited about. Economies have already sprung up in many online games around selling items for real-world cash. With something like ERC721 tokens on Ethereum, you would truly own your items outside of the company's web server. No one could take them away from you, the items could be provably scar Continue reading >>

Cryptokitties Bot - Bots & Automation - Crypto Black Hat

Cryptokitties Bot - Bots & Automation - Crypto Black Hat

Floating towers is a fun game that anyone can play using MetaMask and Ethereum. When you buy a tower you become its owner. When this happens the tower grows taller and the price automatically increases by a certain percentage. When the next person buys the tower you are paid the new price (less fees), and so you make a profit. You can buy each tower as many times as you like. The game will start within a few minutes of this time. Be sure to add your email address so that we can send you a notification email before it begins. This time will give players from American and Asian time zones a chance to play at the same time. The price doubles every time someone buys the tower. Once the tower is worth more than 1 ETH it increases by 15%. This increase is hard coded into the ethereum smart contract. When a tower stops growing because no one wants to buy it anymore, then a new tower appears with a starting price of 0.001 ETH. We expect there to be a period of inactivity before this happens. We'll judge this time period based on the number of players online at the time and the state of the network. It could be 30 mins if there are lots of people waiting for a new tower and ready to play. Or it could be a day if people are taking a break or all asleep! We'll want to be sure that there are no more trades being made and that everyone is ready for a new tower. This will be influenced by the state of the network, congestion, pending tx's, etc. The current tower remains tradeable until the new tower appears. Just know that we will use the information available to us and our own judgement to decide when it's time to start a new tower. We won't be able to take requests for this because there will be too many vested interests from players. When a new tower starts, the owner of the prev Continue reading >>

Missed The Bitcoin Boom? Five More Baffling Cryptocurrencies To Blow Your Savings On

Missed The Bitcoin Boom? Five More Baffling Cryptocurrencies To Blow Your Savings On

Missed the bitcoin boom? Five more baffling cryptocurrencies to blow your savings on Regretting not spending a few hundred quid on bitcoin five years ago? Get ahead of the speculators by spending thousands of dollars on a imaginary cat or the Paris Hilton-backed LydianCoin Many investors trade bitcoin for Ethereum.Photograph: NurPhoto via Getty Images Missed the bitcoin boom? Five more baffling cryptocurrencies to blow your savings on Regretting not spending a few hundred quid on bitcoin five years ago? Get ahead of the speculators by spending thousands of dollars on a imaginary cat or the Paris Hilton-backed LydianCoin Last modified on Monday 11 December 2017 17.00EST If you are worried youve missed out on making millions by betting on bitcoin , dont worry: there will be plenty more bizarre, borderline-incomprehensible digital bubbles in the future, and their value is only going to go up (until it all comes crashing down, that is). Here are five assets each competing to be the next bitcoin. If there is a reason beyond market exuberance for the latest boom in bitcoins price $16,900 (12,600) as I write this, though who knows what it will be when you read it then it is Ethereum. It is hard to buy Ethereum directly, so most investors trade currency for bitcoin, then bitcoin for Ethereum, meaning a spike in interest in the latter helped revive the former. Ethereum, which was launched in 2015, allows users to build decentralised applications, spending tokens called ether to buy processing power on computers run by other members of the network. Those applications can offer anything from file storage to financial services or simple games, all in a way that is impossible for any centralised authority to shut them down. One of the oddest Ethereum projects in operation, CryptoKi Continue reading >>

Crypto Collectables? Ethereum's Next Killer App Is On Its Way

Crypto Collectables? Ethereum's Next Killer App Is On Its Way

Crypto Collectables? Ethereum's Next Killer App Is on Its Way Dec 15, 2017 at 13:00 UTC |UpdatedDec 16, 2017 at 14:18 UTC As silly as it might sound, the popular CryptoKitties app might foreshadow a powerful up-and-coming use case for ethereum- digital collectibles. After its launch last week, CryptoKitties quickly became the most popular ethereum app - so popular in fact thatthere's now CryptoPuppies (for those that prefer man's "real best friend"), and CryptoPets (which lets users choose any kind of digital animal pet they prefer). But while some in the crypto community are skeptical of this new trend ("Dear god no," said one reddit user to the idea of Pokemon on the blockchain), others see CryptoKitties as an unlikely pioneer in what could be one of the platform's biggest applications. Blockchain thought leaders such as litecoin creator Charlie Lee and Earn.com CEO Balaji Srinivasan, to name a few, argue the app is " actually important ," because it shows the promise of using the blockchain to instantly transfer all kinds of assets without a third party. Lesser known, though, is that there's reason to believe a real uptick in usable, consumer-friendly applications could be on the horizon. That's because the system for creating these collectibles hinges on a technical standard similar to ERC-20 , the same tech that sparked the boom in initial coin offerings (ICOs) in 2017. Strange as it may seem, your favorite furry fluffball is made possible by a powerful technical standard underlying CryptoKitties called Ethereum Request for Comments 721 (ERC-721). "People have been talking about [ERC-721] for a long time, but no one implemented it before. CryptoKitties happened to be the first," Philippe Castonguay, developer relations manager for cryptocurrency exchange protocol Continue reading >>

Salvation From Cryptokitties Draws Near: Plasma Anticataclysm

Salvation From Cryptokitties Draws Near: Plasma Anticataclysm

Open source PROOF-OF-ASSET protocol to facilitate #digitisation, #tokenisation & exchange of traditional assets. All things #cryptocurrency #fintech #blockchain Salvation From Cryptokitties Draws Near: Plasma AntiCataclysm The crypto community recently had difficulties in providing of ETH transactions. They cried out: Save us from cryptokitties!. While innocuous at a glance, the project has become a problem for the Ethereum ecosystem. The cryptokitties multiply, are bought, sold, rented for breeding, in other words, involved in myriads of transactions, taking up the largest volume of Ethereum traffic (20%). This causes many transactions that had previously taken seconds to currently be either delayed to 10 minutes, or fail entirely. Users make attempts to solve this issue by increasing the gas rewards for the transaction, or increasing the cost of a single unit of gas. But even these actions are no guarantee of successful transactions. To solve this issue, BANKEX is undertaking a special operation titled Plasma AntiCataclysm. This development enables users to make a one-time transfer of their funds from the Ethereum network to BANKEX daughter network, and subsequently conduct free transactions on the latter network with increased speeds. At the same time BANKEX takes responsibility for maintaining a special contract, that will allow users to transfer their money back onto the Ethereum network. During the first test of the Plasma protocol, conducted December 14th on the Rinkeby test network, the transaction per second ratio is estimated to be around 5 thousand per second. This is 250 times faster than Ethereums current bandwidth. The working version of Plasma is expected to boost transaction speed to 100 000 transactions per second. And all this at zero cost! The realiz Continue reading >>

Hacking The Cryptokitties Genome

Hacking The Cryptokitties Genome

My friend Anshul recently told me about CryptoKitties. I had heard about it clogging up the ETH pipes and causing the price to drop but had not realized what an amazing design the CryptoKitties team had realized. CryptoKitties are basically breed-able beanie babies built on top of the ethereum blockchain. And yet, they are also so much more than that: CryptoKitties are a digital playground where programmers, geneticists, and experts in economics, bioinformatics, machine learning and game theory can come together to learn and play. For those of you new to CryptoKitties, have a look at the Mashable guide ; this will teach you the basics of the CryptoKitties game system. To get a better view of exactly just what a kitty is you can go through the CryptokittiesCore contract . Youll find that a CryptoKitty is basically a struct on the EVM that looks like this. function isGeneScience() public pure returns (bool); /// @dev given genes of kitten 1 & 2, return a genetic combination - may have a random factor /// @return the genes that are supposed to be passed down the child function mixGenes(uint256 genes1, uint256 genes2, uint256 targetBlock) public returns (uint256); Wow a secret. This is THE secret. If youve been playing cryptokitties you know this is how kitties are produced. Youll notice that siring kitties produces offspring in a manner that feels intuitive: features get passed on from parents to offspring sometimes but not always, sometimes skipping generations. This is the code that runs at the conception of cryptokitties with non-zero generations. A brief genetics remedial from your 10th grade biology class A phenotype (from Greek phainein, meaning to show , and typos, meaning type) is the composite of an organism s observable characteristics or traits , such as its mo Continue reading >>

Cryptokitties, Which Is Like Beanie Babies On The Blockchain, Just Got $12 Million From Andreessen Horowitz

Cryptokitties, Which Is Like Beanie Babies On The Blockchain, Just Got $12 Million From Andreessen Horowitz

A vertical stack of three evenly spaced horizontal lines. * Copyright 2018 Business Insider Inc. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our This Cryptokittie could be yours for just 100,000 ether. Cryptokitties, one of the first successful games on blockchain, just raised $12 million from investors at Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures. The game, which was developed as part of a development studio, is breaking off as its own company thanks to the funding. Cryptokitties lets users buy, sell, and "breed" digital cats which people collect for fun, just like they would baseball cards or Beanie Babies. Cryptokitties captured the hearts of Ethereum enthusiasts with its adorable digital collectibles. Now, it's captured $12 million from venture capitalists who believe it can turn into a profitable company. The funding is led by Fred Wilson at Union Square Ventures and Chris Dixon at Andreessen Horowitz, the famed venture capital firm that's made early investments in companies like Coinbase, Twitter, and GitHub. Cryptokitties launched in November 2017 as a project inside of Axiom Zen, a Vancouver-based studio. With its series A, Cryptokitties will spin off into its own company. Roham Gharegozlou, CEO of both Axiom Zen and Cryptokitties, said he has about 20 employees focusing on the kitties and plans to use the funds to grow his team, including by adding roles for artists and content creators. "We're super excited about the potential of Cryptokitties and crypto-collectables," Gharegozlou told Business Insider. While many cryptocurrency-based companies chose to raise money by selling tokens, Gharegozlou decided to go with a traditional Series A round, in which investors buy equity in a startup in exchange for cash and mentor Continue reading >>

Dapp Development - How Does Cryptokitties Work With Smart Contracts And Is There A Random Element To It? - Ethereum Stack Exchange

Dapp Development - How Does Cryptokitties Work With Smart Contracts And Is There A Random Element To It? - Ethereum Stack Exchange

How does cryptokitties work with smart contracts and is there a random element to it? I'm totally new to cryptokitties, but my understanding of cryptokitties so far is: It's a smart contract that generates new kitties according to your ethereum address. If you are breeding kitties, how does it handle randomness to "breed" different attributes of kitties? Can we see how the kitties smart contract is made? Can the crypto kitties website run as a standalone app (dapp) to interact with the ethereum blockchain? A large chunk of the contract can be seen here: The breeding algorithm is "sooper-sekret" and is handled by a contract that implements GeneScienceInterface. As not-an-Ethereum-developer, I don't know where that contract lives. But @comodoro does! it's at 0xf97e0A5b616dfFC913e72455Fde9eA8bBe946a2B Presumably, the source isn't published and you'd have to reverse engineer how the pseudorandomness is implemented. Also presumably why people from the cryptokitties creators aren't allowed to own the cryptokitties (at least, I read that somewhere): they'd get all the fancy cats! Continue reading >>

The Big Business Of Cryptokitties Is Being Automated

The Big Business Of Cryptokitties Is Being Automated

The Big Business of CryptoKitties Is Being Automated Great, now digital kitten mills are a thing. The most popular use of Ethereum right now isnt startup fundraising or anything even remotely useful. Instead, people are sucking up Ethereums resources to breed and trade digital cats called CryptoKitties. Theyre basically Beanie Babies, except they dont physically exist, and so far the Ethereum community has collectively spent over $2 million USD on them. With so much money on the line, some CryptoKitty players are coding tools to automate parts of their digital kitten mills, mostly with apps that scan for high-value kitties. At least one tool on GitHub, an online repository for open source code, purports to be a trading bot. Organic CryptoKitty traffic is already clogging up the entire Ethereum network , and the specter of bots has made some manual users understandably frustrated . Read More: 11% of Traffic on the Ethereum Blockchain Is Being Used to Breed Digital Cats CryptoKitties is an app by Canadian startup Axiom Zen, and it was introduced to the world at an Ethereum hackathon at the University of Waterloo in October. The game works like this: the CryptoKitty code continually generates new, basic cats (called gen0 kitties), which the community then breeds and trades. Breeding two kitties involves sending some ether, Ethereums in-house cryptocurrency, to smart contracts that use the two base values to create a new one: a brand new kitty! Its all on the blockchain, in public view, which means that every CryptoKitty is provably unique. Some kitties have sold for as much as $75,000 USD . One Reddit user, who posted that they (manually) buy cheap gen0 cats just to breed and sell, told me in a private message that they are considering canceling a vacation to the Grand Ca Continue reading >>

Rufflet | Devpost

Rufflet | Devpost

We built CryptoKitties and wanted to understand how people were using our contracts. Public data on the blockchain is abundant but visualization is extremely limited. Over 500 CryptoKitties were bred by the community in just 24 hours. If we were to use Etherscan to track the most frequently called methods we would need to open 200 pages. 'Show method calls by name' is terrible because it shows the HEX in Etherscan. No one can parse all that information and make sense of it. Etherscan is great for looking up any transaction or any block in Ethereum but it's textual data formatted into a list. How can the community or the creators understand how people are using their contracts? Public data is readily accessible via blockchain but it's really hard to visualize. We were inspired to build Rufflet because of our experience with another project we've worked on in the past (CryptoKitties). Rufflet allows us to understand how people are using CryptoKitties better than any other tool, and now anyone can use Rufflet for their own smart contract! Etherscan: search for a block hash or a transaction hash and all the information related to it Rufflet: provides all of your contract information and show you deeper insight to how methods are being used over a period of time We pull blocks from a full Ethereum node, index the transactions in MongoDB, parse the method call data, and send all this to the frontend to be rendered by a React app. Grab all the most recent blocks from a full Ethereum node. Take all of those transaction and insert it into MongoDB. Index by the to address for transactions. When somebody issues a request. We find all the transaction that are sent to their contract. Parse the function calls so that we can see the function name and the inputs. Then we send that to Continue reading >>

How To Code Your Own Cryptokitties-style Game Onethereum

How To Code Your Own Cryptokitties-style Game Onethereum

Co-founder at Loom Network. Building scalable blockchains for large-scale online games and social apps Creators of CryptoZombies.io How to Code Your Own CryptoKitties-Style Game onEthereum CryptoKitties has done a great job of demonstrating what blockchains can be used for beyond just simple financial transactions. Im hoping well start to see a lot more innovative uses of the blockchain for games like this in the future, so I wanted to write a quick walkthrough of the code behind CryptoKitties to show how it was implemented beneath the surface. This article is written for developers, and while its not an absolute-beginners introduction to Solidity, I tried to include links to documentation to make it as accessible as possible to developers of all levels. Almost all of the CryptoKitties code is open source, so the best way to figure out how it works is to read through the source code. Its around 2,000 lines total, so in this article Im going to be walking through only the sections I think are most important. But heres a copy of the full contract code on EthFiddle if you want to read through it on your own: Powered by EthFiddle, the #1 Solidity code-sharing siteethfiddle.com If youre not familiar with what CryptoKitties is, its basically a game for buying, selling, and breeding digital cats. Each cat has a unique appearance that is defined by its genes, and when you breed 2 cats together, their genes combine in a unique way to produce an offspring, which you can then breed or sell. The code for CryptoKitties is split into a number of smaller contracts in order to keep related code bundled together without having one single giant file with everything in it. The subcontract inheritance for the main kitty contract looks like this: contract KittyOwnership is KittyBase, ERC72 Continue reading >>

Token Daily - Deep Dive With Cryptokitties Co-founder, Mack Flavelle

Token Daily - Deep Dive With Cryptokitties Co-founder, Mack Flavelle

Deep Dive with CryptoKitties Co-Founder, Mack Flavelle CryptoKitties is a game centered around breedable, collectible, and oh-so-adorable creatures we call CryptoKitties! Each cat is one-of-a-kind and 100% owned by you; it cannot be replicated, taken away Hey Mack! What lessons did you learn from the mobile game you built, Bounty Island, that have helped CryptoKitties? What similarities and differences between mobile apps and dapp game mechanics, development, behaviors have you seen? What kind of maintenance goes into keeping a DApp like CK running smoothly? What is the balance between the design/development and the ongoing work to keep it functioning? @CryptoCurrent we pushed hard to launch on time and then though we would be able to breathe after that. Instead we had to dig in. It's super non-trivial to be honest. Making the smart contracts, the back end, the front end and the user's happiness all work well together is a full time job for many smart people. Plus all the amazing stuff we're adding - because we have SO MUCH to build! @CryptoCurrent @MackFlavelle Beyond building new features, what goes into daily maintenance/support alone? The fantasy is being able to launche some well designed smart contracts and then walk away while they run on their own, if you weren't adding new features, would this be at all possible? @bentossell Hey! Honestly we think decentralization is going to be a massive shift in life for so many people, profoundly transformative, but the path there so far has been super boring. Insurance, payments, supply chain management. All super serious things that really aren't all that fun. If blockchains are a big deal and we want people to care - make it fun. Which on the internet obviously means cats. Is Cryptokitties implemented as a dApp? Which fr Continue reading >>

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