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The BiTSy android wallet for Bitshares is open source:
https://github.com/Agorise/bitsy-wallet
 
BiTSy can be downloaded here:
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BiTSy is a lightweight, minimalist, lightning-fast, merchant-friendly Bitshares mobile wallet with support for over 2000 digital assets, and includes a dynamic, searchable map which shows all of the Bitshares merchants and Tellers. It's written primarily in Kotlin, and is 100% android architecture components (AAC) for stability and speed.
 
In 2019, capital permitting, we plan to dump the rest of our java and js for good, and moving to Dart lang and Flutter(.io), which enables us to code once and do builds for Android, iOS, Web, and embedded systems.

Hey Ken,

amazing to see this open source! Any chance the readme gets properly filled?

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The BiTSy android wallet for Bitshares is open source:
https://github.com/Agorise/bitsy-wallet
 
BiTSy can be downloaded here:
www.BiTSy-wallet.com
 
BiTSy is a lightweight, minimalist, lightning-fast, merchant-friendly Bitshares mobile wallet with support for over 2000 digital assets, and includes a dynamic, searchable map which shows all of the Bitshares merchants and Tellers. It's written primarily in Kotlin, and is 100% android architecture components (AAC) for stability and speed.
 
In 2019, capital permitting, we plan to dump the rest of our java and js for good, and moving to Dart lang and Flutter(.io), which enables us to code once and do builds for Android, iOS, Web, and embedded systems.
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So I read this proposal, and I read the other mobile proposal(s).

I will not vote for this proposal because the accounting is not transparent enough for me.



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OpenLedger provides ready-to-use open-source mobile apps for Bitshares in the shortest terms, based on the current OL apps. Fabian offers to implement a software development kit (SDK) that simplifies creation of new custom mobile application that uses Bitshares.
I'd like to point out that our proposal comes **WITH** a working mobile wallet as you can see from the pictures.

The point of calling it an SDK is because we want to extend it and raise funds for developing those extensions ..

Hello xeroc
It is convenient to look at this proposal, we believe in terms of time cost and product integrity. This has certain advantages.
In addition, we would like to invite you to join the proposal account multi-sign management. I don't know if you are interested.
Proposal address: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=27486.0
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OpenLedger provides ready-to-use open-source mobile apps for Bitshares in the shortest terms, based on the current OL apps. Fabian offers to implement a software development kit (SDK) that simplifies creation of new custom mobile application that uses Bitshares.
I'd like to point out that our proposal comes **WITH** a working mobile wallet as you can see from the pictures.

The point of calling it an SDK is because we want to extend it and raise funds for developing those extensions ..

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Compared to the BTS price we have enough worker at the moment.

What is the difference from the OL solution?

IMO these two proposals are pretty independent and even may complement each other.
OpenLedger provides ready-to-use open-source mobile apps for Bitshares in the shortest terms, based on the current OL apps. Fabian offers to implement a software development kit (SDK) that simplifies creation of new custom mobile application that uses Bitshares.
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Compared to the BTS price we have enough worker at the moment.

What is the difference from the OL solution?
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As the CTO of blockchain projects, I would like to remind every BTS voter that if they
want this open source framework for mobile apps maintained and improving from
status quo, they need to support the worker that funds that work, otherwise, we wll
have to put our efforts into other projects.

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I think a cooperation between OpenLedger and BlockchainProjects makes a lot of sense. There is plenty of business we could mutually benefit from. As for this worker proposal, I believe it makes only little sense put two entities behind it. Mostly because both architectures have been independently developed and thus surely are vastly different from each other.
Either way, looking forward to see more details from OL.

Here is what we offer, Fabian:
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=27395.0

Looking forward to your comments!
IMO, both proposals have value and do not conflict, what do you think?
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Basic source code can be found here:
https://github.com/blockchainbv/bitshares-mobile-sdk

Some more work has been done behind the scenes that is not yet available but will be when we feel it is ready.

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The worker has now been created on the blockchain and can be voted for 1.14.134
Of course, the worker runs through the BBF and thus has all the usual accounting transparency
https://workers.bitshares.foundation/201811-mobile-sdk

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Thanks a lot, Fabian! We were going to come up with a WP to opensource OL mobile app and develop it further, I wonder if we have some overlaps here, maybe we shall collaborate somehow, or shall it be independent initiatives? Do I understand correctly that you propose to use 1 developer for a year to complete the task? Our initiative is much more prompt.
I think a cooperation between OpenLedger and BlockchainProjects makes a lot of sense. There is plenty of business we could mutually benefit from. As for this worker proposal, I believe it makes only little sense put two entities behind it. Mostly because both architectures have been independently developed and thus surely are vastly different from each other.
Either way, looking forward to see more details from OL.

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Thanks a lot, Fabian! We were going to come up with a WP to opensource OL mobile app and develop it further, I wonder if we have some overlaps here, maybe we shall collaborate somehow, or shall it be independent initiatives? Do I understand correctly that you propose to use 1 developer for a year to complete the task? Our initiative is much more prompt.
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How does it look like as of now? For example if comparing to OL mobile wallet.
Screenshots can be found here:
https://github.com/bitshares-foundation/bitshares.foundation/tree/master/_workers/2018-10-mobile-sdk
Keep in mind, this is an SDK! that means, an actual app can be customized to whatever is needed


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An interesting approach to provide a framework. It sounds like you are building this SDK to be similar to the ref wallet, in that it is a general purpose SDK for use by any application (i.e. trading, saving [think portfolio], investing, recurring payments...), and by any particular target audience.

This will allow you to avoid dealing with market research or identification of a target audience, leaving those concerns to those who use the SDK to build a wallet with UI / UX tailored to specific needs. That is something we have needed from the start, so very glad to see this.

I like this proposal better than the one to produce only a UI / UX design but no code. The cost is also more favorable.
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