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How to get transactions on only one Ethereum address?
Imagine this scenario:
ACME company is selling a service for 1 AcmeToken to their users.
When a user wants to buy the service, ACME company generates a new Eth address for the user, so there is an association between EthereumAddresses and Users in the company database.
Unfortunately, this common scenario has one problem:
When the company wants to withdraw the tokens from all the addresses they generated, the company may spend a lot of ETH to cover GAS price costs.
So, I trasformed the scenario in this way:
The company receives all the tokens on one single Ethereum address and asks the transaction hash to the user, but.. in this way the user could take old transactions hashes to the same address, so I'm not considering proceeding this way so safe and secure.
How would you identify a single transaction in a safe way without creating a lot of addresses?
Have people sign up with their Metamask/Cipher/etc. the way sites like cryptokitties do, by giving them a ran
Have people sign up with their Metamask/Cipher/etc. the way sites like cryptokitties do, by giving them a random message to sign to verify they have the private key to that address. Then have them all send to one address, and every time there is a new transaction, just check what user has that address.2018-07-21 19:35:25