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I've met some people who are in need of a coin for their collective hackerspace. If I can get my custom coin into a decent mobile wallet (doesn't really need to be super robust) they can start using it for all their internal transactions.

It seems like it would be ideal, if a mobile wallet could import an address (or human readable registration name) of a coin contract. Then the user can click the coin they want to trade and make transactions.

Is anyone working on something like this?

  • Looks like you need not only a wallet but also a coin set up for the team, sounds interesting. Have you find anyone yet? – niksmac Feb 23 '16 at 8:03
  • @NikhilM not yet. I guess I need a wallet-app that supports the coin (i think the Ethereum wallet does but its desktop), and the users will have to send each other a few cents worth of Ether in order to spend on transacting the coin. A bit more complex than I'd like but oh well. You need Ether to do anything I guess. – ZMitton Feb 23 '16 at 22:31
  • Bump, interested in this as well! – TheGuy Dec 18 '16 at 18:48
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We implemented a contract that holds custom tokens, with client side wallet, which signs transactions and passes them to server side wallet, which pushes in ethereum transaction. Check out the contract https://github.com/cryptofiat/contract and the whole project https://github.com/cryptofiat/ Feel

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