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The road ahead
- Q1 & Q2 2019 - Archella Bounty System
- Q3 2019 - Web app to create OpenAlias domains for *.ella.cash and *.ella.money
- Q3 2019 - Experiments with Rust smart contracts (eWASM)
The Ellaism iOS wallet is a fork of Trust Wallet. It has a built in Dapp browser which acts as the vehicle to access distributed applications that can not be censored.
The Ellaism Android wallet is based on Lunary Ethereum Wallet which we felt was the best looking open source wallet available for Android.
Sadly the Android version of the Ellaism wallet does not include a Dapp browser. Check back here in the future to read about various ways you can access distributed applications on an Android device.
Proof of possession on the Ellaism network
Prove it is a fork of the Ethereum version from Noah Zinsmeister. The smart contract code is 100% compatible with the Ellaism network and was not changed. The front end was changed only enough to point at the Ellaism network and to attribute the upstream fork to Noah Zinmeister.
Human readable aliases for any crypto address
OpenAlias allows you to map your cryptic crypto currency address to something easy to read and remember. The standard was created and is maintained by the Monero Development Team.
Getting an easy to remember address for all your crypto addresses takes a big time commitment at this stage. If you are willing to spend the time and you are comfortable setting up your own domain name, then this tutorial walks you through the entire process.
ORB - OpenAlias Record Builder
This tool can generate TXT records for any currency. Fill out all the fields you want, then copy pasta.
OAT - OpenAlias Tester
After you create your OpenAlias record and add it to you DNS config you can test it out with this tool. Enter your domain name and it will return all TXT records and assign a score to each one.
OAR - OpenAlias REST API
This Ellaism OpenAlias REST API allows you to make a POST request to perform a lookup.
The Game of Chess
Pwned was written in C# on the XNA platform for Microsoft Xbox 360 by myself and Dave Moore. This was published on the Xbox Live Indie Games Channel on April 12, 2009.
The engine only has a 1900 Elo rating which is not very good as far as chess engines go so you should be able to beat it. If you can't then you suck at chess just like me because I can't beat it either.
Pub-Style Trivia for iOS
Brain Fu was released on December 9th, 2009. It was the first trivia game with a question pool that was fully created and moderated by the community. Over 40,000 pieces of trivia have been submitted by 23k players over the past nine years.
Beginning on Dec 9th, 2018 Brain Fu will be holding a Ellaism crypto currency giveaway. The giveaway will run for an entire year to count down to the 10th anniversary of Brain Fu.
Every day a few Ellaism will be given at random to anyone who plays. At the end of the year, Brain Fu might even shut down, who knows. So enjoy it while you can!
Pick dandelions, avoid wrath.
Dandelopia was released on September 26th, 2015. This was an exercise in learning mobile development with Unity.
Race against the clock to pick as many Dandelions as you can before your yard turns into a Dandelopia.
A Dandelopia is a large field of dandelions. The term was coined by a friend of mine and became the official name of the game.