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How to make a dapp compatible with browsers like Cipher and Toshi

I wish to know how can we make a simple web based dapp compatible to run on browsers like Cipher and Toshi ? Is there any development or testing suite for these browsers that works in Rinkeby Network. ...
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web3.js error: Cannot read property 'providers' of undefined

What is problem of this simple html / JavaScript / ethreumjs / web3.js code? <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title&...
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How to use “web3.js library” in a “JavaScript” file without using “require(”web3“)”?

Consider we want to use web3.personal.sign in a JavaScript file. So, we need to add : Web3 = require("web3") web3 = new Web3(new Web3.providers.HttpProvider("http://localhost:8545")); at top of our ...
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How to be sure “ethereumjs” is installed?

I installed ethereumjs library using following command: npm i ethereumjs-testrpc And here is the output: And then I tried to run an html example which uses ethereumjs-vm. The example is here : ...
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Pragma solidity not working

Dear all, I am very new to Ethereum, noob-new. This might anger many but, i have to ask, why is pragma solidity not functioning correctly. I have seem countless examples where pragma solidity ^0.4.0; ...
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About security of web3.js when running inside a browser

Please explain how authentication for "protected" operations (such as withdrawal of money from a wallet) is handled in web3.js when it is run inside a customer's browser. Please also explain how it ...
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How to debug Web3JS for a not yet deployed contract?

I have remix-ide installed. I want to debug how my contract can be interacted in a browser using Web3JS. How can I can run it in browser? Can it be done with JavaScript VM? Or which VM I should ...
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Remix compiler is not loading and gives “Compiler not yet loaded.” message when attempting to force

This issue is occurring on both chrome and firefox. I have not changed anything from a week ago when it worked fine. The remix compiler works on Edge browser but not the other 2. If anyone has any ...
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Difference between Javascript VM vs injected w3 vs web3 provider

It is related to remix ethereum browser. I am wondering what is the difference between them. I think Javascript VM is just test network environment where you do not need any ethereum to test. How ...
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Browser based Ethereum app vs Wallet app

What are the pros and cons of having an Ethereum DApp running on a browser compared to the one in which each user is given a wallet? This is question is for a DApp that would transfer files from user ...
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How to construct the network and account at client side

I am doing a project which is related to the Ethereum. But I faced the problem, so I want to ask you something. I’ll explain my project briefly. After a team meeting or purchase of materials, the ...
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Why you need Metamask (and not to use a CDN or dependecy lib)?

These days I'm asking myself why can't you inject web3 with dependency libraries or CDNs? Why yo need a browser plugin? I cannot understand it. Thanks
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Why can I only use the `Web3 Provider` option to connect to `geth` when using a local instance of the Remix Solidity Compiler?

Why can I only use the Web3 Provider option to connect to geth when using a local instance of the Remix Solidity Compiler? When starting geth, I use the following command-line: geth --rinkeby --...
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Smart Contract to access to website

We want to create a simple smart contract: After the click of a "pay"-button, you have to pay automatically 0,01 ETH to our wallet and you can visit after the confirmend transaction a website/link/...
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Parity - scheduled TX on local time zone

Looks like the Parity Browser doesn't show the local time zone for a "send after Date & Time' functionality. Questions: What is the time zone for a scheduled TX on Parity? If the scheduled ...
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Cannot connect to Parity from browser UI

I am not able to connect to Parity via the browser UI. I have tried multiple times with different tokens generated by running the command parity signer new-token on the node where parity is running. ...
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How to check if the browser is Mist?

Whenever I want to use web3, I initialize it as follows: if (typeof web3 !== 'undefined') { web3 = new Web3(web3.currentProvider); } else { // set the provider you want from Web3.providers web3 ...
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Purpose of mist wallet browser . Why doesnt Etheruem supports normal browser

I still don't understand the need for a dedicated browser like Mist. What are the challenges involved in using a normal browser for decentralized apps ?
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Parity node browser not supported in the ethembedded .iso?

I recently started a node with the parity implementation. I could easily load the console and wallet in my browser via http://localhost:8080/home/. Then I downloaded the parity pre-loaded .iso ...
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How do I configure a home.parity address for my parity node browser?

How can I configure my linux system to point any .parity address to my parity web application running on localhost port 8080? For the best experience it is recommended to use subdomains-based ...
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Do you have to pay when browsing websites with Ethereum-enabled browsers?

When you're browsing Ethereum network using Ethereum-enabled browsers (such as Mist), do you have to constantly pay fees in order use it (a gas fee based on the usage)? For example when I go to some ...
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How to run test sample contract in the standard web browser?

I've got the Sample contract within Mix IDE which seems fine within embedded web browser. However when go to the same URL appearing in Mix embedded page using Chrome web-browser (e.g. http://...
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My mist browser Win64 0.6.2 doesn't show up [duplicate]

I was downloading the blocks in the test-network and when I noticed it stopped downloading. I decided to restart the app. resulting into this: This is what I see for a brief second before showing ...
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AlethZero browser won't connect to the internet

When I launch AlethZero, the program starts seemingly fine. The browser included, from my understanding, should be able to browse the internet like any other browser. However, when I type www.google....
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How to remove custom tokens from mist?

In the MIST wallet (0.5.2) I somehow managed to create a Watch Token contract which was not correct and then it showed up like this: the one in the middle. It is greyed out and I want to delete it, ...
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Mix doesn't render browser window - “unable to resolve the server's DNS address”

I am trying to do the Mix getRating tutorial from GitHub. After I enter the solidity code and the html code, the Mix status bar indicates that it compiled successfully. However, the browser windows ...
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Is it possible to make Zeronet p2p websites as client of Ethereum Dapps?

Is it possible and does it make sense? You can browse some cool P2P-websites (work without any servers) inside the network through this gateway. Or you can browse them without any gateways if ...
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Are there any barriers to implementing an ethereum node as a chrome or firefox extension?

Is it possible to create a Firefox or Chrome extension which ran either a full node or light node?
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Are tools like metamask putting decentralization in danger?

Does a tool like metamask, which connects your browser to a public ethereum node to simplify running DApps, put the basic idea of decentralization and trustless blockchain verification in danger? Is ...
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What is an IDE? What's the difference between mix, and browser based IDE?

I'm reading up IDE and I don't understand them from a lay person's perspective. What's the difference between mix and browser based IDE. How do you use them?
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Why do dapp websites ask me to connect to them?

I don't understand why we need to run our own nodes to be using a DApp? Can they just run their own nodes instead?