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are BCH tokens available today?

Wed Feb 13, 2019 5:05 am

Hello everyone,

I just finished my first BCH project (https://satoshing.com) and I'm ready for my second adventure.
This time I would like to be serious so my project require token issuing. So here is my question:
Are BCH tokens truly available today? I have researched a bit and found contradictory info. Badget and wormhole are sometimes marked as solutions, but none of them convince me on first approach.
What I need to do is to issue a certain amount of types of tokens, lets say 200, and then certain amount of tokens for each type. Is there a reliable way to do this on the current state of the software? Whats the best approach?
I would rather my tokens to be independently tradable.
I would really appreciate links to documentations or tutorials.
Thanks in advance,

Felipe

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Re: are BCH tokens available today?

Fri Feb 15, 2019 8:55 pm

Hello everyone,

I just finished my first BCH project (https://satoshing.com) and I'm ready for my second adventure.
This time I would like to be serious so my project require token issuing. So here is my question:
Are BCH tokens truly available today? I have researched a bit and found contradictory info. Badget and wormhole are sometimes marked as solutions, but none of them convince me on first approach.
What I need to do is to issue a certain amount of types of tokens, lets say 200, and then certain amount of tokens for each type. Is there a reliable way to do this on the current state of the software? Whats the best approach?
I would rather my tokens to be independently tradable.
I would really appreciate links to documentations or tutorials.
Thanks in advance,

Felipe
Hi Felipe,

Very cool!

Yes, BCH tokens are truly available today.

There are a few BCH token protocols.

You may want to look into SLP (Simple Ledger Protocol). These are layer 1 tokens (100% on chain).

https://developer.bitcoin.com/slp/ (please also see: https://simpleledger.cash/ )

Wormhole [Cash] Protocol (WHC) uses layer 1 and their own layer 2 (tokens are layer 2, transactions are in layer 1).

Badger is a wallet which supports Bitcoin Cash tokens (SLP & WHC and maybe other protocols added later on if warranted). "Badger is your identity on this new web. You can pay for premium content, run smart contracts and experience Bitcoin Cash apps seamlessly and trust free." - https://badger.bitcoin.com/
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