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Trust is when one party relies upon the representations made by another party such that the relying party would be harmed if the representations were inaccurate. Trust exists between users of crypto-currencies and the developers of the software they use, between mining pool managers and their miners, and between exchanges or e-wallet services and their users.

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have you seen false calims of code using ChatGPT in Arbitrage strategy and slippage? [duplicate]

I have seen identical videos on you tube and in other sites claiming to make passive income through code from ChatGPT in Arbitrage strategy and slippage. ALL FAKE and will take your ETHER. If this ...
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I just been scammed of my life savings [duplicate]

I was speaking with somebody I thought I could trust and got an https://lmemecoin.xyz link to availa of free tokens. The link requied access to my coinbase wallet. I gave it access and then the eth ...
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I was invited to a smart contract reward approval, and i lost my all tokens at my trust wallet. Is The web site http:/ephbz.top a trap?

I was invited to a smart contract reward approval, and i lost my all tokens at my trust wallet. Is The web site http:/ephbz.top a trap?
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How can I get private key of trust wallet watch only

Private and public key so I can be able to withdraw to my other wallet
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Is it possible to independently validate the whole chain in the ethereum?

In PoW system, a node can trustlessly check for validity of the whole chain just by checking the hash of every block correspond to the prev hash in the descendant block header. As far as I know in the ...
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Are fully decentralized, trustless bridges possible between two separate blockchains?

I have done some research but I couldn't find a conclusive answer for this. I want to build a bridge between two Ethereum test nets as a proof of concept and initially thought it would be possible to ...
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What's the difference between `Trustlessness` and `Decentralized`?

Blockchain is known as a example of trustless and decentralized systems. Some say that a decentralized system is an example of trustless systems. What's the relationship between trustlessness and ...
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Signing a transaction without exposing the private key to the user (or anyone else)

I would like to have a system that will only sign a transaction if x condition is met. It would need to be as trustless as possible; especially not trusting the user. Optimally, the system would be a '...
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Web3 Transaction working on Metamask but not on Trust wallet

I have the following code for a bnb transaction, which is working on metamask, but now on trust wallet window.addEventListener('load', async () => { if (window.ethereum) { window.web3 ...
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why trust wallet showes different addresses after importing the wallet from safepal?

Due to some problems I need to check that if Trust wallet can be used instead of Safepal or not?! Everything works fine after importing mnemonic phrase from trust wallet to Safepal but it did not vice ...
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How can I measure the safeness of a price feed in Chainlink?

I want to know how to measure the safeness of a special price feed. As far as I understand, this price feed is not the official price feed of Chainlink in BSC (based on documents). Also, its nodes are ...
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How to use TrustWallet DApp browser with WalletConnect?

I need to integrate my Dapp with Trust Wallet's internal DApp browser. I followed this instruction on the trust wallet website. However, when I run my DApp inside the trust wallet DApp browser, it ...
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Usdc bep20 from trust wallet sent to usdc erc20 on metamask

Please, I sent a bep20 usdc from my trust wallet account to an erc20 usdc or something like that on my metamask account since almost 24hr, but it's yet to reflect. Can someone kindly help with some ...
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can I trust transactions in blocks with just 1 block confirmation?

In my application, I am using events/logs to capture and display information. So, to decrease the response time, I am returning the result as soon as the block is mined and not waiting for 5-6 block ...
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Exodus & Trust Wallets at the same time. Is it possible? Please help

I used my trust wallet’s 12 word on exodus wallet that I recently downloaded on my laptop and all the funds appears on both wallets now ! (In fact after Exodus wallet started to work the Trust wallet ...
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how to use custom web3 provider for Dapp?

I used to use metamask for Dapp development..Everything works fine, but trust wallet(Dapp mobile browser) doesn't emit events comes of from contract..My Dapp is heavily rely on events..if they don't ...
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How to verify that a smart contract was deployed by us?

I would like a method called from Solidity to either verify the hash of an entire smart contract's code, or read some immutable EVM property that contracts expose that say who deployed them, e.g. a ...
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How to ensure the authenticity of the block header obtained by the light node

When I join the Ethereum network, I ask for block header data from neighboring nodes. How can I guarantee the reality of data?What if the neighbors conspired to give me bogus data?
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is it possible to get gas refunded if a smart contract call fails to complete?

I am using trust wallet, and whilst using a number of exchanges (for example - uniswap, balancer liquidity pool) I have paid gas prices without the exchange actually taking place. Is it possible to ...
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How can I change the 12 word phrase in my trust wallet?

I created a ETH trust wallet on my phone for someone and he has now imported the trust wallet to his phone. Is there any way to change the 12 word phrase or somehow give the sole control to the ...
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How can a DAO manage a domain, Twitter account, Github commit rights in a trustless manner?

With managing on-chain assets the Vault / Tresury controlled by DAO works. With other digital assets, such as WWW domain, there is still a single human who uses GoDaddy. Is there any technical ...
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How to recover an address from the signed message?

I use Trust SDK for signing messages and transactions. I recover a transaction (Trust.signTransaction()) like this: val tx = Geth.newTransactionFromRLP(Numeric.hexStringToByteArray(response.result)) ...
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Production Fork of Ethereum

everyone! I have a project, where I surely need to implement transparency of all the actions doing in the network. Let's say I want to create public asset tracking. So everybody who posts an asset in ...
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Is there a decentralized zk-SNARK (zero-knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive ARgument of Knowledge)?

Normally, in zk-SNARK, we need to generate two public keys: one for prover and one for verifier. However, the input parameter of this generator algorithm must be secret, meaning that it must be hidden ...
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What is the Oracle Problem definition exactly and briefly?

What is the Oracle Problem definition exactly and briefly? Does it mean "trusting on a centralized Oracle" ? Or "How to reach a consensus between a group of Oracles" ? Is the matter "centralization" ...
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Trustless Inter-chain transaction with Bitcoin- are there any flaws?

Let's say that Alice wants to send Bob 1 BTC, and in return Bob will send Alice 1 ETH. Alice's Bitcoin address is BTC_A, and Alice's Ethereum address is ETH_A. Likewise, Bob owns addresses BTC_B and ...
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Smart contracts and the inherent lack of security in trusting compiled byte code

Smart contracts on the blockchain are compiled. Is there any system in place to verify all the public dapp contracts do what they propose to be doing? i.e. this could be done by compiling open-source ...
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What inputs to smart contracts can be maliciously modified by miners, beyond timestamps? Why isn't this caught by mining verification?

Are there other trusted inputs which miners could maliciously modify which still get accepted by blockchain verification? I realize the timestamp can be modified in a small way to potentially modify ...
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How to design a provably fair dyanamic between a central server and smart contract

I'm looking for a good design pattern that involves a central server but (hopefully) leverages the blockchain for provable fairness. Let's say I intend to build a system that generates math problems, ...
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Can the smart contracts guarantee that I can get the coffee that I paid in cryptocurrency? [closed]

Let's assume that there is no any protection from any authority, government or law. They are completely absent. Can the smart contracts guarantee that I can get the coffee in the real world that I ...
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Is "contact address" on etherscan.io 100% trustable?

Let's say I want to know if the token OMG or TRX is compatible with myetherwallet, metamask, and other ERC-20 compatible wallets. I go to the website https://etherscan.io/ and search for it, and I see ...
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Blockchain - how provenance is achieved?

I understand that blockchain is immutable and eliminates the need of middleman with smart contracts. But I think there's still chance for everyone to cheat the system like - Seller sends the asset to ...
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Trusted Hardware

Can trusted Hardware (eg. sgx + town crier) replace most smart contract usecases or are they more complementary to each other? How does trusted hardware like town crier work?
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How long does it take to reach consensus? [duplicate]

I know it takes about 10 minutes on Bitcoin? How long does it take to reach consensus on Ethereum so that I can start trusting a transaction? EDIT: I am not asking about pending transactions. ...
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Research/projects on trust in smart contracts

In this previous question, it is discussed how one can trust a smart contract. If you assume smart contracts are autonomous agents, then certain parts of this trust are enforced by the Ethereum ...
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With IPFS, can a developer give complete control of a storage account to a smart contract?

With IPFS, can a developer give complete control of a storage account (or ownership?) to a smart contract? So that no human can edit/delete the files uploaded by the smart contract to the IPFS ...
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What are the identities of the Ethereum/DAO white hat hackers?

Who are the Ethereum/DAO white hat hackers? How can the community be assured that they can be trusted? Are they using the same exploit as the black hat hacker used? What prevents the white hat ...
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How are end-users meant to build trust towards smart contracts (and their originators)?

One of the benefits commonly associated with Ethereum is that it allows end-users to interact directly with smart contracts and thereby removing the need for trusted-third-parties. In cases where: ...
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Ethereum's benefits: why should I be interested in Ethereum?

Is there a list of features and benefits to using Ethereum? As a developer, why should I spend time looking into Ethereum? What engineering benefits does Ethereum offer over existing technologies?
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