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ElectrumSV
Lightweight Bitcoin SV wallet based on . We do not provide support over twitter.
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ElectrumSV Jul 14
Replying to @YassineEraman
You're not paying us for our time, and you have a painful problem which requires someone to help you. We have to leave some things like this to someone else, otherwise we'd be burnt out. -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 13
Replying to @22centurycrypto
Even Vitalik argues for what BSV is built on, stability and a movement away from unprofessional dev drama -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 13
Replying to @Adrian_Xt
It's almost like Bitcoin is simply too complicated for normal people, with too many things that can go wrong, or even not even conceived of until things go pear-shaped. Like it or not, I suspect custodial accounts with a trusted reputable service, is the way forward for noobs.
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ElectrumSV Jul 13
Replying to @YassineEraman
You need to find a forum where people can step you through it and work it out. But never give them your keys.
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ElectrumSV Jul 13
Replying to @Adrian_Xt
Lost wallets/seeds has solutions, it just requires time. One is that people can create threshold signatures for their seed and distribute them amongst enough people to ensure both security and a path to recovery. ESV will support these as they become standard.
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ElectrumSV Jul 12
It is a matter of time until all wallets that count are using Paymail, and those that don't are left behind. Hopefully you won't have to wait too long until ElectrumSV supports it as a first class citizen. πŸš€
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ElectrumSV Jul 12
Replying to @iCreateOFX
We build it automatically from CI. Just replicate the process. It's all in .azure-pipelines or something
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ElectrumSV Jul 12
I've written up my current thoughts on how ElectrumSV is going to approach wallet restoration. If you're into that sort of thing, you can read it here:
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ElectrumSV Jul 12
ElectrumSV 1.2.2 release will be additionally delayed due to problems with the recent Windows update, and changes to USB access preventing one or more hardware wallets from being found. Electrum and Electron Cash are working hard to sort this out, and we'll mooch the result.
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ElectrumSV Jul 11
I've written up my notes on the minimum possible refactoring for the ElectrumSV 1.3.0 release, in order to ensure we can support Paymail, but not get lost in the woods doing all the fancy stuff. Read my technobabble here:
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ElectrumSV Jul 11
Replying to @Groovy_Bit @Trezor
Both Trezor One and Trezor Model T are tested for each release, so yes.
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
Much better than login with facebook, gmail or twitter πŸ‘
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
How might someone employ these things to their advantage? Can you elaborate? -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
We received a report that the Model T does not work in ElectrumSV after the firmware update. I tested it and it worked fine for me. It did detect there was an update and refuse to work until I updated it, but beyond that it worked fine. Let us know if yours doesn't.
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
Are you tired of the malware and virus checker false positives? We all use pyinstaller for Windows. What if we collaborated on a Windows store app framework that embedded a Python interpreter and bootstrapped our respective codes? Interested?
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
Bitcoin SV is the only blockchain that is actually a blockchain and is focused on being stable and scalable for businesses. ElectrumSV supports a range of hardware wallets already, but they're not great. Let's look at getting the thinq wallet integrated, eh? -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 10
Developers, when you realise that all your deranged hate of Craig, support of the hoaxes against him, and dismissal of BSV resulted in a misguided waste of your time devving for some dark coin, you can always come and help us develop ElectrumSV and win back some karma -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 9
The ElectrumSV 1.2.2 release notes have been updated. New sections cover changes to the icons in the history list, and the balance breakdown. One more bug needs to be tracked down and we should be ready to release.
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ElectrumSV Jul 9
There are lots of opportunities for getting involved in ElectrumSV development, if you are interested, let us know. Tokens, on-chain updates, Javascript front-end based on Electron, and so on. Contact us on Slack at or -- rt12
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ElectrumSV Jul 8
It was recently discovered that there was a scam web site offering a malware version of ElectrumSV. It is your responsibility to ensure you do your due diligence and only download through links from our official site .
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