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iOS wallet update 1.6.6 available

iOS wallet update 1.6.6 available

From the Development Team: Gulden for iOS 1.6.6 update is now available in the App Store. – Updated for Face ID and Super Retina display on iPhone X – Improved support for iOS 11 – Improved stability – Interface tweaks – And more! Download it in de AppStore

Development moves to public Gulden repository

Development moves to public Gulden repository

From the Gulden Development Team: Development moves to our public Gulden repository As of this weekend the team has decided to push all the development for PoW², SegSig and Sonic to our public repository – https://github.com/Gulden/gulden-official. All future development will be done directly to this location. The main reason we worked on a private repository in the past were for technical reasons that have now fallen away, to control beta testing so that our releases could be a surprise and…

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April Development Update

April Development Update

From the Gulden Development Team: PoW²/SegSig Today we will be releasing the final test builds to our testing group. This build is the complete package with only bug hunting and potential UI changes left to do. Sonic Sonic which will also be included in the 2.0 release has development and testing concluded. The results have been impressive with the average sync time dropping by +-65% on all setups compared to the current version. We also picked up an issue with…

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Gulden Development: What’s Next?

Gulden Development: What’s Next?

From the Gulden Development team: The choice is yours! Our to-do list is full of great projects and like you, we can’t wait to make them a reality. Unfortunately, not everything can be done at the same time and we regularly have to make difficult choices. This time, you can choose what we develop first. We have made a selection of 4 important projects for Gulden. Choose wisely between long and short term results. You can vote in our Slack…

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Sneak peek iOS wallet and Sonic news

Sneak peek iOS wallet and Sonic news

Yesterday evening, Rijk shared a number of news items with the Gulden Community on Slack. It is now clear that Sonic, which has been on the roadmap until now as a separate update, will be released at the same time as the Gulden 2.0 update. See also dev.gulden.com for more information. Malcolm:”Sonic- changes parts of the program (network code) that have almost no relation to the parts PoW2 touches so has been worked on by a separate developer in parallel.”…

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Gulden 2.0 Wallet Sneak Peek

Gulden 2.0 Wallet Sneak Peek

This picture has been released by the Gulden development team and shows a test wallet on the Gulden 2.0 test environment. So the numbers shown are imaginary only.  As we are getting closer to the release it’s nice to see how witnessing will look like. As you can see we have two lines. The grey one is your predicted earnings, as the blue one is your current earnings. Earnings will depend on the total weight of Gulden put into witness…

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iOS Development Update

iOS Development Update

From the Gulden Development Team: iOS Development Update The upcoming iOS release will feature both technical and user-facing improvements. Our iOS codebase still contained a lot of legacy code and cruft from the original Breadwallet source code from which we forked. Significant improvements have been made in this area which allows us to implement new features at a higher pace in the future, and at the same time improve stability and robustness of the app. On top of this, the…

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Development Update

Development Update

From the Gulden Development Team: February Development Update A quick thanks to all community members who are patiently waiting for the 2.0 release, we know the wait is difficult but it will be worth it. Gulden 2.0 Testing on Gulden 2.0 continues, with both SegSig and PoW² looking pretty stable and solid. January revealed some performance issues in the underlying codebase that are not directly related to PoW² but have been made more obvious by it; One specific example being…

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January Development Update

January Development Update

From the Gulden Development Team: Gulden 2.0: The Gulden 2.0 release is still being tested with bugs being fixed and retested until we are 100% confident each one can be written off the list. This process is time consuming but worth the peace of mind that when 2.0 is ready for release, your Gulden will be safe and secure with all functions working as intended across all platforms. Android and iOS: Both mobile platforms are being worked on by our…

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G-Dash: Download it now and run a full node

G-Dash: Download it now and run a full node

A word from Bastijn, developer of G-Dash: When the PoW2 whitepaper was released and the witness functionality was described, I started thinking about a way to have a wallet running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and combining it with the option of running a full node to strengthen the network. Leaving a computer running with the wallet software day and night is a waste of energy (and costs) and renting a server for this purpose would be…

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Gulden Desktop App Minor Update available

Gulden Desktop App Minor Update available

A few days ago Gulden released the 1.6.4.8 update. As usual you can just close your Gulden app, download and replace it by this new release. The list of improvements:  UI – Introduce a new informational widget and other minor UI improvements that make it move obvious to users that the wallet is not yet available during initial sync. UI – Add a new menu item for setting the currency. UI – Fix a crash in the send dialog on…

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Gulden 2.0: What are we Testing?

Gulden 2.0: What are we Testing?

From the Gulden Development Team: What are our testers testing for the Gulden 2.0 update? We have had this question come up from many community members so we thought it would be a good time to break down the parts involved. The 2.0 update involves tens of thousands of lines of code that effect every layer of the software, from the blockchain consensus, the transaction script layer to the network layer and UI. While the bulk of the code has…

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Nocks: what’s next!

Nocks: what’s next!

Great news from Nocks, just a day after Gulden announced its public testing of Pow2/Segsig. But first a little recap. Nocks launched nocks.com on October 3rd and hosted a launch party October 28th, kicking off the first of hopefully many Nocks Sessions events. Since then numerous improvements and optimizations have been made and there is more to come, obviously. Co-founder Roel Boer:”This was our first company event and already we learned a bunch, not just how we can improve the next Sessions — but…

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New Gulden iOS app with wallet linking available

New Gulden iOS app with wallet linking available

Gulden for iOS with the desktop link functionality is now available in the App Store. The link feature allows you to pair an account in your Gulden desktop app with your mobile. For example, if you want to give your child some pocket money, you can keep track on how much they spend. In addition, there are many improvements making the app faster and more stable. Gulden for iOS is released today by Gulden.com B.V. and not by Nocks anymore….

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Sign up for the new Gulden Slack

Sign up for the new Gulden Slack

Message from Rijk Plasman: We have been using the Slack platform for some time now and it is the perfect way to communicate directly with the community and provide support. In addition, there are many community projects and collaborations. Anyone could sign up for Slack, this had many advantages, but unfortunately also some disadvantages. People with wrong intentions could easily come into contact with our members. This has occurred several times in recent months, and there have been several attempts…

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Gulden Update 1.6.4.3 released

Gulden Update 1.6.4.3 released

Gulden just released a minor, but important, update for the desktop apps. This is an highly recommended update in preparation for the major 2.0 release. So please install quickly! You do not need to remover your current application. Just make sure it is closed, then run the update, choose to replace the application and after a few seconds your done.  In this update a few bugs were dealed with along some preparations for the next major 2.0 update. Also better…

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August Development Update

August Development Update

From Malcolm, Gulden Developer: We are now quite a bit past the initial release estimate for PoW² and while we are almost ready for release we are still not quite there yet. Understandably some are quite anxious to see the release happen, as we ourselves are too, however good development cannot be rushed so we must be patient for a bit longer. As we understand that it can be more difficult for those outside the project without the knowledge that…

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Gulden app back in the App Store!

Gulden app back in the App Store!

The Gulden iOS app is back in the Appstore. This allows the iPhone and iPad fans to upgrade to version 1.6.4 now. This version still lacks the ability to connect the mobile wallet to the desktop wallet (HD-link) as Android users are already used to. HD-link enables you to create a paired mobile wallet e.a. for pocket money for your children and allows you to keep a close eye on what they spent. But it also helps if their phones are…

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Gulden, an update on developments

Gulden, an update on developments

This week, the Gulden Development team published a small update of the roadmap. It has now been completely updated with already announced and new projects. And it must be said, the plans for Gulden are ambitious! But not only the roadmap itself has been modified, also the webpages come in a new fresh look. It is easier now to newcomers to relate Gulden to Bitcoin, the currency where Gulden is usually compared with. Of course, on the roadmap are the…

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