A little off topic, but still. It appears some testing confusion stems from the fact that people forget what version of Safe browser they have installed. I still think this could be helped by making sure the browser and other components are always consistently updated in the repositories.
sascha@computer ~ $ emacs --version
GNU Emacs 24.5.1
sascha@computer ~ $ safe-browser --version
[AUTO-UPDATE] Error: Disabled. Only available on macOS and Windows.
Adding something like “About browser -> Version” to the browser window itself would also help, I think.
I think it would be possible, because it was possible in SAFE Wallet, so maybe that feature was not added to the Decorum wallet yet. Also the message field is not present in this wallet, nevertheless serious mindblown stuff.
Next time when people doubting the SAFE Network come along, send them some coins.
I think he means to send coins between @bochaco’s wallet app and ours. They use different protocols, that’s why they’re incompatible. Ideally we’ll end up with one extensible wallet framework to which new coin protocols plugins could be added or something like that.
Yes and yes! Plus we can also make the transaction history list considerably smaller by using a 160 bit hashing algorithm like RIPEMD-160 for transaction identifiers rather than simply SHA-3 (256), making the example history of 10K transactions 200 KB rather than 320 KB.