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ElectrumSV
Lightweight Bitcoin SV wallet based on . We do not provide support over twitter.
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ElectrumSV 6h
Replying to @ElectrumSV
5/5 I suspect one answer would be a moderated high signal chat with only application developers with released products of some level. But then you need a good moderator and willing participants. Probably easier to just knuckle down and do the work. -- rt12
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ElectrumSV 6h
Replying to @ElectrumSV
4/5 When I am doing Bitcoin wallet related development, I find myself in this situation, and unless it is related to rote programming or technological questions, there is often no existing knowledge base or resource. Nor any discussion groups.
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ElectrumSV 6h
Replying to @ElectrumSV
3/5 For mundane programming tasks, you can google and you'll get a stackoverflow link, and someone there will have suffered through whatever process, and come up with the exact solution you need. If not the exact solution, then at the least you might get pointers to go by.
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ElectrumSV 6h
Replying to @ElectrumSV
2/5 Am I even right in my understanding? Would I even know if I wasn't? Is there anyone who understands this enough to know if I am right? Where do other developers talk about these things? Are they even talking about these things?
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ElectrumSV 6h
1/5 As a programmer who works independently, I constantly ask myself.. am I "lost in the woods" and whether I would know it if I was? Is what I am doing a waste of time? Is there a better way to do it? Is there information I don't know about that that would help?
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ElectrumSV 6h
Replying to @WilmWiley
Yes, check out the menu options. It's there among many other possibilities.
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ElectrumSV 7h
ElectrumSV 1.2.1 should be out in the next day or so. We've written up the release notes with pictures and the like so you can get a better idea of what will be included.
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ElectrumSV Apr 22
I've written a proposal for a BIP (standard) for how someone shares their identity in a way that allows them to link it to one or more identity systems. This does not define how an identity works, but how you share them with others. Talk on slack -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Apr 21
We're probably going to have to trail-blaze and invent our own protocol for dealing with multiple different identity systems. Are you doing anything similar?
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ElectrumSV Apr 19
Finally I'll be able to delete telegram and all the rest, just open up my wallet and perhaps whatever Bottle evolves into.
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ElectrumSV Apr 19
You could switch between identities in your wallet like switching between accounts. It's a great time for developers to innovate, and it's not surprising when the technology is stable and the unnecessary limits start to get moved out of the way.
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ElectrumSV Apr 19
It's a great start, wait until the wallet workshop identities are integrated into something like this, along with wallets providing messaging and notifications. You won't even have to go to a web browser, or have all these different messaging apps.
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ElectrumSV Apr 19
Replying to @stockrt @immutable_sv
I suspect you imported the problem wallet from another wallet application, into ElectrumSV to recover the funds. Better address management is on our roadmap, but not happening in the next month. What suggested..
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
Replying to @alphaseeker93
I suspect that anyone who wants what hardware wallets give and was willing to offer development time would be better to work with us to write a mobile signing/key storage app that can communicate with ESV from a disconnected cold storage device.
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
Replying to @alphaseeker93
Consider this. We are open source. Anyone can come along and say, "I'd like to contribute code to make this HW wallet support better, can you offer some guidance?" No-one has. Will you?
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
Replying to @alphaseeker93
Consider this. You do not pay for ElectrumSV. The hardware vendors do not contribute to that support. Their code often relies on opaque magic numbers. The portion of ESV users that have HW wallets is likely tiny. The portion who need better support smaller yet.
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
Replying to @alphaseeker93
Hardware wallets support Bitcoin Core and a lot of toy coins, and not Bitcoin SV. When there is a hardware wallet manufacturer with a good product who truly supports SV, we'll help them get first class integration. In the meantime the existing HW wallet support is there.
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
Replying to @OnWindowly
There's so much to do and this is not on the list of priorities. You can always fork ESV and add it and see if you can drum up some demand for it. The opportunity cost of including it is huge, at the end of the day we're just two devs making the wallet we want to use -- rt12.
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
This is a loose write-up of our roadmap. Anything pique your interest? Come to unwriter's slack or metanet icu (links tweeted earlier today) and discuss it. Help wanted!
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ElectrumSV Apr 18
The BitcoinSV roadmap is sunsetting P2SH, and so early next year multisig wallets will not be able to operate as they do today. We would like to know the extent of multisig wallet use in ElectrumSV to guide our migration planning. Do you use a multisig wallet in ElectrumSV?
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