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Offline starspirit

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Try this API address

ws://128.199.143.47:2018
This one seemed to work. Thanks.

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Try this API address

ws://128.199.143.47:2018
here is a list for websockets---you can test from your browser if you can connect to a websocket
https://sync.cryptofeed.net/

@topsbill can i add yours too or is it only temporary?

also maybe try a websocket with ssl wss://sync.cryptofeed.net/muse
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Try this API address

ws://128.199.143.47:2018

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I am not sure about the Mac.  I do not have one. Have you tried OpenLedger web wallet?  You can add the api server address "ws://52.6.149.0/ws" and change to it.  Click on elsewhere like Explorer->blockchain and refresh/reload.  This will change it to MUSE.  Although OL webwallet is not meant for MUSE, you can do most of the basic muse wallet functions there.  It saves a lot of time.
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Are there any installation instructions or Q&A? e.g. I downloaded the MAC client (.dmg file) from here...

https://github.com/peertracksinc/muse/releases/tag/v1.0.0

When I try to open the application, it says "Application initialisation issues", and for the API connection shown it says "Connection Status: Not Connected", with a RETRY button that keeps giving me the same error. Wondering what to do.

Maybe now that there is a client and all, its worth having a folder to handle technical support issues.