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Last minute fixes

Last minute fixes

Ethdev has done it again and has released a quick last minute fix for go-ethereum just before the Byzantium hard fork. I’ve waited patiently for 1.7.1 knowing that 1.7.0 would soon be followed by an update, but I didn’t expect them to make another rushed hushed fix just hours before the big fork. Seems EthDev …

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Server warnings

Server warnings

Version 2.0.5 of Etherwall adds support of showing server warnings. This is required as the main geth node server is running out of space again and needs to be resynced and pruned, which means downtime. I’m also changing the server-side to provide node endpoints so that the clients can connect to different remote nodes once …

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Quick fix

Quick fix

Version 2.0.3 went through a refactor and I completely missed a bug in contract/events. Version 2.0.4 fixes that alongside bringing initial part of ERC20 support. Note that this is a WIP and the only implemented part is discovery of token contracts and getting the symbol back. Now that eth_callĀ is implemented however, you can use Token …

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Thin client downtime

Thin client downtime

UPDATE: 2017-08-15 the server has been restored The server hosting geth for the “thin client” mode has ran out of disk space causing Etherwall to fall behind for people using the thin client. I have restarted the server to re-sync from scratch pruning the db to keep the size down. This means a downtime of …

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Long Comming!

Long Comming!

Etherwall version 2.0.0 has been finally released! This version brings a lot of exciting changes: Thin client support TREZOR hardware wallet support Rinkeby testnet Thin client means no more cumbersome downloads of 30GB+ for the ethereum blockchain! Anyone who wants to run a full node can do so of course but for most people this …

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New home page

New home page

Etherwall home page is now using with WordPress directly on the main server. I’ve used weebly in the past and it was great for it’s nice in-line editor but it lacked functionality like proper SSL support. Now that the page is 100% under my control I’ve put it under SSL permanently. Sorry about the delay …

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