@haitch Thanks for the reply. I now see the messages. Do you know a link to the information on how to use the smart contracts and how to code them?
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RE: newbie question on 'send message' and smart contracts
RE: General Questions from a new user
Maybe I'm an optimist when I think that Burst can become way bigger than it is now. So, why not learn from what happened to Bitcoin and do a fork now to change the block size limit (or at least create it in such a way that when the problem arises, there is no need for a fork anymore) and the same applies for the transaction fee. I guess it is easier to fork now and when it is done, Burst would be more 'future proof'. Or am I missing something here?
newbie question on 'send message' and smart contracts
I am new to Burst and have two questions about it. Any help/explanation is very welcome, so thanks in advance.
1/ Can anybody explain to me how to use the 'Send Message' option in the Burst Wallet? I have tried this a few times between two Burst accounts of mine, but the message does not seem to arrive.
2/ I understood that Burst supports smart contracts. Do I have it correctly that the smart contracts possible are the one stated below? Can anyone explain to me, or point me to the correct literature, on how to use this?:
Atomic Cross Chain Transactions
Dormant funds Transfer
General Questions from a new user
Sinds 2 months I am experimenting with burstcoin, so I am new to the game. I must say, I am charmed by the coin, and would have expected it the be higher valued, especially with the 'environmental-green-movement' being so large in the world.
I do have a few questions/thoughts about Burst and I am hoping somebody can give me some insight.
1/ I know that Bitcoin just went through a fork, because too much transactions led to 'full' blocks on the blockchain. Can Burst run into a similar scenario of 'full' blocks when the numer of transactions rise?
2/ Currently a Burst transaction cost 1 Burst. What happens with this transaction cost if Burst is higher valued? I cannot image that the transaction cost will still be 1 Burst, if a Burst=100dollar.
Any reply is very much appreciated.
Burst mining on android phone with external HDD
Sinds 2 months I am experimenting with burstcoin. I must say, I am charmed by the coin, and would have expected it the be higher valued, especially with the 'environmental-green-movement' being so large in the world.
I would like to mine with my android phone. I know this can be done with the burstwallet app. However, I would like to connect a USB 6TB HDD to the phone (external powered HDD and phone can also be powered).
I know I can connect a HDD to the phone, but the burstwallet wont detect the external HDD drive.
I have seen some other discussions about this topic, but could not find a proper answer.
So, how can I get the burstwallet to detect the external HDD on my android phone? Is it even possible?
Any reply would be very much appreciated.