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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2019, 05:25:04 pm »
Very cool, support this. Sparkdex (dex.bitspark.io) integration? AFAIK we are the only one with fiat on/off ramp.
Interesting. Fiat on/off ramp for what assets? Oh, I saw SPARKDEX.HKD.
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2019, 10:32:43 am »
Hello to all!
Recently, we have a few updates to the project.

BitShares UIA

The project integrates support for assets created inside BitShares DEX. At the moment we have connected Obits, Peerplays and OracleChain. Deposit and Withdraw works as a transfer between user accounts. In the future, we can add other UIA coins faster.


BEET integration

Added the ability to make an instant exchange using the signing of transactions through Beet https://github.com/bitshares/beet. This functionality works in browsers and desktop applications. Now you can make exchanges without using a password. Unfortunately, at the moment, we could not complete the withdrawal through Beet. However, this issue is known, and after fixes in Beet project, we can update the withdrawal modal with Beet support.


Sparkdex gateway

Hooray! One more gateway supported for a deposit, exchange, and withdrawal. Currently integrated SPARKDEX.BTC and SPARKDEX.ETH.


Modal templates

To speed up further development, we divided the HTML templates into separate files. In the future, we plan to refine the error output functionality to improve user interaction.
All of these updates are available on Github.io and at https://walle7.com/app/


Nearest update

Liquidity check

Since some markets show either a small number of orders or a non-market price, we plan to add restrictions on entering the amount for instant exchange for the user to operate only at market rates.


SmartCoins

A massive amount of market volume occurs on pairs with SmartCoins, such as the dollar and the yen. We plan to add their support for the convenience of transferring any cryptocurrency in the Market Pegged Assets.


Deposit and withdrawal availability

Now the wallet supports more than 100 assets for input and output and uses 5 gateways there is a need to check those wallets that may be on temporary service. We plan to show a modal for such states with an explanation.


Disable Beet in mobile apps

Beet is currently available only on desktops and does not work on mobile devices. Since our project code is the same for all platforms, we plan to add functionality of hiding features not available for specific platforms.

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2019, 10:34:51 am »
cool... beet integration!
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #18 on: June 06, 2019, 02:49:36 am »
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« Reply #19 on: June 06, 2019, 03:08:00 pm »
Excellent. More apps for future onboarding
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« Reply #20 on: June 24, 2019, 06:14:06 am »
sweet.. need to catch up on all this..

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #21 on: June 28, 2019, 03:25:55 pm »
Hello everyone in this thread!
Today we are ready to show several updates in the project.

SmartCoins

BitUSD and BitCNY have been added to the list of supported assets, now they are also available for exchange or sending to another BitShares users.


Liquidity check

Now, when exchanging any coin for any, order book liquidity is checked. The average market value is taken as a basis and is checked to ensure that the amount of the coin to be bought is more than 90% of the value sold in dollars. If this condition is not met, then an indication is displayed that there is low liquidity in this exchange direction.
If the difference in the exchange exceeds 2:1, then a modal is shown with the information that this exchange option is best done manually on BitShares-UI.


Service Maintenance

At the moment when the gateway wallets for deposit or withdrawal are under maintenance, a modal is displayed with links to the gateway news on Twitter / Telegram, a link to the site and a link to helpdesk.


Interface tweaks

Added a few cosmetic changes.
On the welcome screen, you can now enter a test account with one click.
On mobile versions, the link to the exchange confirmation with Beet is temporarily hidden until the availability for mobile devices.
On the main screen in the header now displays the username of the wallet.


Nearest update

More gateways

We are planning to add support for RuDEX and XBTS gateways.


More assets

After adding new gateways, the list of supported wallets will be expanded and we will prepare for re-checking existing ones.


Sending funds between users

Allow sending funds from any wallet, not only to the external blockchain but also as a transaction between users, which will be faster and cheaper.


Validation of the withdrawal addresses

Implement the validation of addresses for external blockchains, as well as the validation of the username of the BitShares when transferring funds.

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #22 on: June 29, 2019, 10:34:10 am »
Excellent news! 
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« Reply #23 on: June 29, 2019, 10:43:46 am »
When the update is released, we will make a promo of this news in all our social networks
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #24 on: July 01, 2019, 02:56:26 pm »
Hi all!

Thank you for your kind words:
cool... beet integration!
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sweet.. need to catch up on all this..

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Excellent news!


We updated the page with a description of the project, adding a live example of use where you can log in with a test account and see all the existing functionality of the wallet. We hope you enjoy it at https://walle7.com/alpha/




New features survey


We run a small survey for the future of the project.
The purpose of the survey: find out what features are missing for convenient use of the wallet.
Answers are anonymous and confidential. Aggregated survey results will be posted on this topic so that everyone can get to know the opinion of the active audience. We plan to post this pool to the discord and telegram chats after we get some number of responses from the forum members.

Please complete the survey here (no login required):

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSduVAxKxEHZxx_XTidh3CaFiTE0sPPSIjkVryE6ZxYCxiGBpQ/viewform

Thanks!
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #25 on: July 01, 2019, 11:47:26 pm »
That's a great work guys, It's my first time to see a simplified UI for the BitShares.

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #26 on: July 08, 2019, 06:44:36 pm »
Nice looking application here. Please keep it up and I hope the community here supports you.

Regarding the BEET integration.. Does the wallet not already store private keys? What features can BEET add that stored keys does not already?

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« Reply #27 on: July 09, 2019, 01:48:36 am »
if walle7 stores keys, you need to trust walle7 and the web deployment. that would be possible because it is also open source, but consider now it would be closed source, then trust with keys woukd not be feasible.

question: i tried logging in with beet, where is that function hidden?

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #28 on: July 09, 2019, 03:09:37 pm »
Nice looking application here. Please keep it up and I hope the community here supports you.

Regarding the BEET integration.. Does the wallet not already store private keys? What features can BEET add that stored keys does not already?

Hello! Thanks for your feedback. Wallet does not store private keys. The private key is requested only at executing a transaction.  It is possible to sign a request for broadcast via Beet instead of entering a password on exchange operations.

if walle7 stores keys, you need to trust walle7 and the web deployment. that would be possible because it is also open source, but consider now it would be closed source, then trust with keys woukd not be feasible.

question: i tried logging in with beet, where is that function hidden?

The password will no longer be saved from the version of May 15th. Just type a username to log in inside wallet, there is no need to use Beet or a password at this phase. A password or authorization request through Beet is requested when performing transactions. For the exchange, Beet works and is available for testing. For withdraw, the functionality is hidden, because we had difficulties with the encryption of the memo, and this implementation was delayed a little. I think that in the next update we will deal with this.

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« Reply #29 on: July 09, 2019, 04:12:31 pm »
i would be happy to help there. best channels sould be tg/wechat or some other live messenger. let me know if interested.