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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2019, 03:33:46 pm »
Today we made further updates to the application.

Send any asset between users

Hooray! We added what we wanted for a long time, and it seemed to be convenient. Now, when you click "Send" button, you can specify valid BitShares username, and on the right, a confirmation appears that the sending within the network is selected.

Validation of the withdrawal address

The address to which you want to send a transfer is checked for validity using gateways or inside the Bitshares network if you send funds to another user. If the addresses in the external blockchain and BitShares match, you can choose through which system to make a transfer. Digit input fields are also validated.

RuDEX and XBTS gateways

Two new gateways integrated: RuDEX and XBTS. Also added new assets supported for depositing and withdrawing funds. Now information on deposit addresses is taken from 7 platforms: Bitshares, OpenLedger, CryptoBridge, GDEX, Bitspark, RuDEX, XBTS.
We added 120 coins from all of these platforms, and every 5 minutes information on actual prices updates.

Next update

We want to remind you that we are surveying the functionality that you want to see in future updates at It would be great if you vote.

At the first stage, we plan to add 2 types of graphs: for the last 24 hours and 7 days. Data will be updated continuously from at least three independent sources and the BitShares exchange.

More coins
For now, coins added to the wallet are confirmed by data from CoinMarketCap and CryptoCompare. Unfortunately, not all coins presented inside BitShares have profiles on both platforms, so we decided to integrate more independent sources for those who are not yet in the wallet.

We talked to sschiessl in telegram and agreed that the Beet needs memo signing in transactions, which is not available now. Immediately after this update, we will be able to add withdrawals using Beet.

Thanks for your attention :)

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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #31 on: August 17, 2019, 06:06:59 pm »
We started our project before the appearance of Beet, and it seems to have missed it. Beet looks like a proper implementation for integration into the wallet. I think that we will put it in a priority task for development. Thanks for your suggestion.
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #32 on: November 09, 2019, 01:18:51 pm »
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Re: Introducing Walle7 MVP - cross-platform BitShares GUI
« Reply #33 on: March 08, 2020, 10:55:30 am »
With BEET integration?

This is a priority. Secure and uncompromising UX.

- edited - BEET Works!
« Last Edit: March 08, 2020, 10:59:39 am by JohnR »