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How can I list and sell Stellar based Tokens (not XLM)?

Most wallets support all functions needed for the token creation and distribution. The process is really straightforward. Create two account keypairs: the issuing and holder accounts. Fund both ...
Orbit Lens's user avatar
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10 votes
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How is an asset verified?

I am one of the devs at Stellarport. The verified status means (like you are alluding to) that the domain has verified that it has indeed issued this asset. For example, any stellar account can issue ...
istrau2's user avatar
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9 votes

How to send my Lumens from Keybase to Coinbase

I was able to send XLM from Keybase to Coinbase. In Keybase, select "Send" -> "To a Stellar Address". To Field: Coinbase Wallet ID (e.g. GDQP2KRQGH...) Amount: select amount you want to send (even 1 ...
Kevin's user avatar
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4 votes
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How does using "channels" increase transaction volume?

The channel is a set of accounts from which you wish to consume sequence ids. This set should be as large as the maximal number of transactions you need to process concurrently. In this way, you can ...
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4 votes

Setting Expiration Time for Offers on Stellar?

Stellar does not support expiring offers. Time locks only specify the time window when a Stellar transaction is eligible to be submitted to the network but not it's validity. Therefore, sending a ...
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4 votes
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How to implement OTC trading of Stellar assets?

Your answer is correct, except that the thing you say is impossible is actually easy. A Stellar transaction can contain up to 100 operations, and each operation can have its own source account. So ...
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3 votes
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Why doesn't Stellar match the other order?

The behavior you encountered existed in protocol versions 1 and 2. Protocol version 10, the most recently released version, incorporates CAP-0003 and CAP-0004 which make changes to the functionality ...
Jon's user avatar
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3 votes

Do Stellarterm and Stellarport recognise some or none of the federated addresses?

Most likely your CORS headers aren't setup, or setup incorrectly. Websites are served on specific domains, and CORS header from an internet resource lets the browser know what domains are allowed to ...
Johan Stén's user avatar
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How to implement OTC trading of Stellar assets?

If you have both asset (USD and EUR) on Stellar, there's no problem at all. const {Server, Network, Keypair, TransactionBuilder, Operation, Asset} = require('stellar-sdk') Network.useTestNetwork() ...
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3 votes

Add Logo and coin name to StellarTerm token

Set a home domain on your token issuer account and that domain should serve stellar.toml file with meta info about tokens you issue. Docs: https://www.stellar.org/developers/guides/concepts/stellar-...
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3 votes
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A non-trivial pathfinding

Fees present a minuscule fraction of the value of trades, so I assume you are asking about paths that offer the best rates. Offers do not need to involve XLM. There may exist offers between two ...
Synesso's user avatar
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3 votes

Building an Exchange: Submitting Withdrawals to the Network

I have no idea what exchanges do, but I'll happily riff some starting points. One solution might be to differentiate between pending transactions you retry at startup, versus during normal operation. ...
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2 votes
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Adding a custom stellar token to other exchanges

It looks like custom assets listed on SDEX can indeed be found on other exchanges. For example, Mobius (MOBI) is listed on SDEX, Gate.io, GOPAX, Stronghold and OTCBTC. Each exchange would work ...
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Adding a custom stellar token to other exchanges

StellarTerm is not an exchange. It is a client for the Stellar distributed exchange (SDEX) which is build into the Stellar network. Any Asset issued in the network can be listed on the SDEX by ...
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2 votes
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Question on offers on Distributed Exchange

From the MANAGE_OFFER docs: Price {numerator, denominator} Price of 1 unit of selling in terms of buying. For example, if you wanted to sell 30 XLM and buy 5 BTC, the price would be {5,30}. The ...
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How to send my Lumens from Keybase to Coinbase

Part 1: Coinbase Login to Coinbase and select "Portfolio." Click on "Stellar Lumens" in the list of currencies. Click on "Receive." Note the Address and XLM Memo. Part ...
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How to use Stellar Lumens (XLM) to convert currency at the real exchange rate (virtually no fees)?

Thanks to stellar you can compare various services. I think that what you are looking for are remittance services. You can find some information here: https://www.stellar.org/learn/stellar-for-...
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1 vote
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Is digital bank with Stellar possible?

Where do the transaction fees go now? To the inflation pool. Since there is no inflation redistribution process, those XLM tokens are effectively locked for now. This may change in the future, when ...
Orbit Lens's user avatar
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1 vote
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exchanging between tokens on stellar

The simplest way to exchange tokens between users is to use the Stellar Distributed Exchange (DEX). There are two types of operations that let you create offers on the DEX: Operation.manageBuyOffer: ...
Francesco's user avatar
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How to send a custom token to a exchange stellar wallet, Plz help?

The person you are trying to send a token to has to set a trustline himself (with a change trust operation) to your issuing account. If his exchange wallet does not allow for it then he will have to ...
kolten's user avatar
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How much does it cost to exchange 100 USD for EURs on Stellar Network?

Using your example, in order to withdraw EUR from Anchor2, you will need to trade your Anchor1:USD for Anchor2:EUR on the distributed exchange (SDEX). The cost will be the exchange rate of that trade,...
Synesso's user avatar
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Stellar port verification still not sure why it’s not verified?

First and foremost check out this. Good explanation of how assets are verified. Also, I have just setup my own coin to play around with this verification process. The steps I took: Add Stellar.TOML ...
Rob's user avatar
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Where is an accurate source for XLM to USD exchange rate?

There is no single source of truth for the price as every exchange has it's own. You may want to check coinmarket.cap to have an overview what they scrape for their graphs and do the same. Or use ...
alpe1's user avatar
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Adding a custom stellar token to other exchanges

Stellar Decentralized Exchange (SDEX) is built into the Stellar Network, anyone is free to list tokens or custom assets or anchor existing tokens onto SDEX. There are many frontend interfaces to SDEX ...
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Is pathfinding implemented somewhere yet? Is it complicated to do? Why isn’t it universal?

You're confusing the different layers here. Path finding is implemented, and has been, since day one. It is only used for (path) payments, however. When you make a buy/sell order, it is applied to a ...
Johan Stén's user avatar
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Is pathfinding implemented somewhere yet? Is it complicated to do? Why isn’t it universal?

Based on the orderbooks for different asset pairs you could use some graph algorithm like Dijkstra for the best path. Pathfinding is implemented in Horizon. You can find the code on github: https://...
alpe1's user avatar
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