As mentioned in last week’s update Igor worked on the updated purchase system which is an iteration on the seller offer function to force the wallet to include a unique receive address which the blockchain now uses to ensure that purchases are going only to the correct recipient before including it as a completed purchase.
With the purchase proof the buyer can then set the feedback. This feature is not yet implemented; however, we will try our best to include it in this week’s testnet release. Let’s see if we can fit it in.
While Igor made good progress on the build systems we discussed: windows is still providing a bit of issues that should be resolved until Thursday when we will release the latest features to the Testnet.
The build systems are for automating the build process so we do not need to take constant time to test builds since they will be automatically tested after every commit to the code repository. This will save a lot of time and ensure every release has compiled binaries for all platforms instantly.
So look out for Thursday Testnet 4 with the latest offer listing process and now the purchase directly correlating with the user who is selling.
Coindeal and Livecoin deposits/withdrawals
We tried to resolve the Windows builds; however, we were not able to finish clearing the process there as soon as we hoped so in this case we will take the time to publish the Linux binaries tomorrow, ahead of the windows resolution to get these two exchanges back up and running.
Updated Block Explorer
Last week we updated the block explorer to reflect the circulating supply of Tokens post the overflow difficulties.
Additional adjustments to the safexcore project include an added checkpoint at height 360,000 and the update to the wallet software was merged that omits the problematic overflow transactions for tokens.
The safex miner GUI with randomx is still under production, though in an advanced stage. So far it is working well on the Mac and it will continue being developed with more user friendly features added through the week we hope with a release around the time of the testnet.
While we have a bit of a stall in the golang development we have a fall back strategy to expand the c++ wallet to include the marketplace elements needed to create a clickable marketplace application.
However we will not write off the golang module just yet as we continue to receive applicants, who are willing to take this task on, though we need to get the right person to commit since this is an ongoing concern to be addressed as the marketplace expands and we discover improvements to the user experience.
Please if you know of a developer who is coding in golang and would like to join the team to make commerce accessible worldwide with safex let them get in touch directly with Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for Thursday published binaries for the Testnet 4 with the improved sale listing function.
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