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Make sure to report bugs if you find any!

 
hi, your citadel node seems to be 2 days behind, please update it when you can, thank you :)
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Recent update:

https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-desktop-0-2-4-released

@xeroc, I do enjoy working with you, so definitely will do, thank you.

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This is just awesome!

Looking forward to working more with you on python-bitshares. Please don't hesitate to let me know when you need something.

+5%!!

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If you guys are interested in the latest news about CITADEL Desktop Wallet, look no further:

https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-desktop-0-2-0-released
https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-desktop-0-2-2-released

(I kinda enjoy making those posts, markdown + screenshots is a pretty cool combo)

Anyways, I'm still lurking around this thread if anyone has any questions or feature requests.

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I've tried to create a steemit account, but it requires a mobile phone number. This goes strictly against our whole ideology of the CITADEL - which is to use cryptographic and web-of-trust methods to gain reputation and respect; not by giving away personal information to unknown entities.

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Excellent work, thanks for the 64bit build ;D

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SteemIt post: https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-desktop-0-1-1-released

* Improved connection handling.
* Implement BitShares Voting.
* Add ability to Sweep Private Keys.
* Fix erroneous price display in Market tab.
* Merge upstream python-bitshares to latest version.

There's now a 64-bit build, which requires Windows 7+. (Customminer :)

I've written a more use-friendly thread on steam, and you can checkout github for full changelog.

Please do ask questions, report problems, and request features.

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Can you share some screenshots of the QT client please? Thanks

Sure thing, here's a random assortment of screens and OSes

« Last Edit: April 18, 2018, 02:53:23 pm by jhtitor »

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Can you share some screenshots of the QT client please? Thanks

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https://blocktrades.us/create-steem-account
https://anon.steem.network/

You can buy an account via the above, after changing the master password you'll have full control of the account.

Ahh, excellent! Thank you very much for the heads-up!

Update: done!
https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-desktop-new-bitshares-wallet
https://steemit.com/bitshares/@jhtitor/citadel-new-bitshares-gateway-dedicated-to-anonymity

To be fair, eventually older operating systems which don't receive windows updates become highly vulnerable. It's likely that most XP machines won't get meltdown/spectre fixes for example.

Yeah, no argument there. We just feel it's up to Microsoft and its users, not us.

AWESOME!

I've seen you contributed a lot in python-bitshares already and I am looking forward to working with you more closely in the future!

+5%!

Thanks. The whole thing wouldn't be possible without your library. I'm going to throw some more PRs at you, and am too quite eager to work with you more closely.

(I've already been told about a mysterious Telegram dev-channel, but given the current state of Telegram COUPLED with its insistence on collecting phone numbers of its users; I have some doubts about this. So please don't take it the wrong way, but we'll probably have to use github issues / this forum or whatever else to talk. Feel free to guide me somewhere.)

sounds pretty damn sick. any of our devs able to vouch for the source?

That is actually an excellent question, which highlights the importance of keeping your private keys to yourself. Please see above, xeroc's and abit's comment.

Also, please don't hesitate to inspect the source yourself. We've kept ALL changes to the core library visible (checkout my fork) and the source to the client itself is short enough to skim through. When/IF those changes propagate to the upstream, there will be even less things to inspect/verify.
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sounds pretty damn sick. any of our devs able to vouch for the source?
Xeroc has commented above.
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sounds pretty damn sick. any of our devs able to vouch for the source?

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AWESOME!

I've seen you contributed a lot in python-bitshares already and I am looking forward to working with you more closely in the future!

+5%!

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Not bad. Have you made a steemit post here? https://steemit.com/trending/bitshares

Thanks. Not at the moment, not.

I've tried to create a steemit account, but it requires a mobile phone number. This goes strictly against our whole ideology of the CITADEL - which is to use cryptographic and web-of-trust methods to gain reputation and respect; not by giving away personal information to unknown entities.

https://blocktrades.us/create-steem-account
https://anon.steem.network/

You can buy an account via the above, after changing the master password you'll have full control of the account.

Forcing people to upgrade their computers/OSes is not something we have any particular interest in.

To be fair, eventually older operating systems which don't receive windows updates become highly vulnerable. It's likely that most XP machines won't get meltdown/spectre fixes for example.