@simondlr @Kapuster @AlchemyPlatform Yeah I would expect that they’d be okay with infinite so long as they’re getting paid to infinity 😂
This is another situation where I can’t fix it by running a node, b/c OpenSea is likely calling Infura, so even if I run my own node the NFT will no longer meaningfully exist :-(
@simondlr @Kapuster @AlchemyPlatform Huh, for view functions that are being called outside of a transaction? It's just the equivalent of DB lookup, wouldn't it be up to the queried node to determine what kind of limit to apply to the read? They're already charging for the work, so why limit it?
@Kapuster Ah bummer, looks like @AlchemyPlatform has some limit on the amount of work a view function can do? It's failing with "out of gas" when running the function to build the SVG.
@markscott82 If you have WhatsApp, FB, IG, etc on your device and have given them access to your contacts, they get access to your contacts. You can disable contact access for those apps or delete them. Should be unrelated to Signal.
@markscott82 I don’t understand why Signal is mentioned? Signal uses private contact discovery: nobody (including Signal) learns the contents of your address book: signal.org/blog/private-c…
WhatsApp is diff. If you give Signal contacts permission and not WhatsApp, your contacts stay private.
Looks like there’s some chance Facebook might have to sell WhatsApp.
Soooo just out of curiosity, what’s all this I keep hearing about DAOs? 😂
@Shouse34 Signal doesn’t have access to any significant user data. Every legal request Signal has ever responded to is posted here: signal.org/bigbrother/
If someone gets access to your device and uses your face or fingerprint to unlock it, they can see what’s on it same as you.
@w0ts0n historicalImageAt() will give you an svg data uri for what the image looked like at a given revision
@0x_mr_polymath That is now currently the art. Check out revisions #627 and #628 from reidjohnson.eth
If you make another visual contribution it will change to incorporate that.
@AlwayshappyEth @hxrts Unfortunately I don't think there's any way to implement that function more efficiently? 600 additions and divisions is expensive when all of ethereum is running on a single virtual laptop 😂
@JimmyRis It's per token, so if you transfer then the recipient has access to the rewards
@danielvf I’m not sure there’s a way to implement this function in constant time, particularly given that the base price is dynamic. I should have made the withdraw counter an index instead of accumulator, though, so multiple withdraws would be cheaper!
@matthew_d_green There’s not really any way to make news like this “unsudden.” I’ve been building Signal towards this for a long time & been talking w/ candidates for a while. I’m sharing publicly now to help w/ the search, and transitioning out to focus on it w/ more time bc it’s important.
@Igneous_M Have you tried recently? Should work. I can follow up by DM if you’re seeing connectivity issues still
@unrealatul Signal has a great team working hard every day!
@QF85BWBM That cat is already out of the bag =)