Coin flip

So it seems I will be starting my new job in a week. I spoke to my new bossmang yesterday and confirmed. I’m still waiting on paperwork as several team members were in Lisbon for the Solana conference. Hopefully we can make some progress on that today.

Younger is home today. School sent her home “sick” when she told them she had a sore throat and they took her temperature. It was ninety-nine. Ugh. She’s not sick, but the school has a 24 hour policy on fevers so she’s stuck home with Missus and I today.

Hopefully I can get some work done. I spent some time trying to deploy the Solana Oyster Swap (AMM) front end, but it’s horribly out of date. It only has Sollet wallet support, and when I tried to add everything from the DEX repo I started getting Typescript errors. Thankfully my developer network is growing by the day, so I have more people to ping questions off of.

I’m going to keep grinding at it. We’ve got to get SAIA fully launched as quickly as possible. The clock is ticking. I’m not even spending any time writing Solana programs, it’s all front end stuff. Very frustrating. All I can do is try to make daily progress and keep building toward the end goal.

Our phishing incident with the DEX seems to be resolved.

I aped into another Olympus fork, Invictus. It’s the first one I’ve seen on Solana so I didn’t even think about it, just threw twelve hundred dollars into it. I also was going to by in on $GM, but couldn’t get Uniswap to work. It’s one of these fee on transfer tokens, and requires high slippage. I was about to put $10k of my IRA money into it last night but just kept having issues. It’s probably a good thing I didn’t. I’ll probably look at the price chart later this morning and thank my good fortune or curse my luck.