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HEAT Wallet discussion / Re: Chance for trading bot in default client?
« on: December 09, 2016, 12:06:21 AM »
Anyone will be able to code his trading bot (and a lot more) using nothing but HEAT microservices, you'll need to code your bot in javascript and put it in a folder inside your heat installation. Your microservice javascript code will run in the HEAT java scripting engine and gives access to all blockchain events in realtime.

You can send payments/assets/make-cancel orders etc.. all from your javascript project. Microservices are npm compatible which means you can use a good amount of the nodejs packages at

Progress can be followed here..
Npm package:

To get an idea on how its supposed to be used: (thats supposed to do BTC payments from your microservice, just to get an idea).

I've always liked this idea .. a lot .. mentioned it for the first time over a year ago really happy to see it become reality after all this time.

Wow, that looks pretty nice!

A leg up for javascript programmers!  Any chance some smart bot code finds its way to the community so anybody can run bots, if they desire?

HEAT Wallet discussion / Re: Chance for trading bot in default client?
« on: December 08, 2016, 03:09:52 PM »
Maybe he can be approached and hired?

Worth a shot, maybe.  Eliphaz?

WHo is he?

User "alt" from

Discussion thread:,23457.0.html

HEAT Wallet discussion / Chance for trading bot in default client?
« on: December 08, 2016, 02:07:03 AM »
Recently, a bitshares user has created a custom web wallet which allows anyone to run market making trade bots (on Bitshares, of course).

It would be killer if the HEAT team could produce a trading bot in the default client available for anyone to use.  This would be huge to promote market liquidity once main net launches.

Jobs / rewards / Re: [BOUNTY 0.25 BTC] Comparison of HEAT vs. competitors
« on: December 05, 2016, 10:16:33 PM »
Certainly, one must include Bitshares when comparing scalable a2a exchanges.

The Forum / Forum HTTPS support?
« on: October 31, 2016, 09:12:15 PM »
Forum does not currently support HTTPS.  Will this be remedied in the future?

Jobs / rewards / Re: HEAT Symbol / Logo contest! [BOUNTY 1 BTC]
« on: October 31, 2016, 07:30:46 PM »
That logo was picked as a temporary solution for the current needs and was agreed with the designer. We're still planning to hold the advisory vote to probe the sentiment for a handful of what we think are the best symbols.

Roger that.  Thanks for the update!

I do like the temporary logo quite a bit.

Jobs / rewards / Re: HEAT Symbol / Logo contest! [BOUNTY 1 BTC]
« on: October 29, 2016, 04:06:21 AM »
An observation, a question, and a comment:

I saw this graphic with logo on the Future Digital Finance Forum website (hope things went well today!)

Does this mean HEAT has adopted this graphic as logo?

I love it!

HEAT Server issues / heat-server exception
« on: September 22, 2016, 01:28:27 AM »
Just playing with the sources ;)  (Probably too early, I know)

Got the following exception while running heat-server:

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FileNotFoundException: /home/dirk/Documents/ETHEREUM_BULK_ADDRESS.json (No such file or directory)

Looks like the same type of exception will occur with BITCOIN_BULK_ADDRESS (in app/models/Config.scala)

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  def btcAddressFile = current.configuration.getString("heat.btc.address.file") match {
    case Some(value) => value
    case None => "/home/dirk/Documents/BITCOIN_BULK_ADDRESS.json"

I'll wait a little longer before I play some more, just thought you'd like to know about these.

HEAT Wallet discussion / Re: Release: heat-ui 0.1.0 [ALPHA]
« on: September 22, 2016, 12:59:14 AM »
Very nice.  I like the style (and the animations are just plain cool!).  As always, impressed with the tech!

Two concerns (bugs?) for the Mac UI client:
1) Copy and paste does not work to enter pass phrase (CTRL-V, nor right click)
2) Application icon is FIMK coin symbol.

I'm not sure I understand the tri-architecture.  I installed and ran heat-server on a VPS, though it all looks like brand new middleware and quite a bit different to my expectations.  Is heat-ledger (not available on Github, BTW) the replacement equivalent for what I used to know as 'fim-server'?

Can you elaborate a little more on new architecture, and comment on source availability for heat-ledger portion of the stack?


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