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Can i just add that the support for both moneybutton and handcash are nearly non existent right now. It's been a week and not a peep from them about my missing transaction
vegardwikeby replied:
I think MB has a team of less than five, and I am sure HC has a small (but probably bigger) team. It’s for sure annoying with bugs around tx’s in an app, but I can say with strong confidence if the tx was signed by you, you’ll get it back when they fix the issue at their end. It’s still a system between the users wallet and the Bitcoin blockchain on 99% of any BSV service. Time will likely change this to direct utility with the chain.
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mooncat replied:
I hope so. It's quite off putting when you put trust in an ecosystem and something like this happens. I'm glad it was a small amount instead of a larger amount. Just have to wait and see.
sandysmoothie replied:
Yes, even if they are small teams, the fact than money is involved means that fixing this stuff and good support is super-important to build user confidence!
Liked the article simply bc it reveals a smidge about the life of satoshidoodles! Lotta tabs, Mom, etc...
Liked the article simply bc it reveals a smidge about the life of satoshidoodles! Lotta tabs, Mom, etc...
The moneybutton issues are particularly perplexing. Number one on any bug list should be making it work on mobile, and number two is fixing that janky swipe that is janky EVERY time.
people do not want to use private key. but people want bitcoin. How do you solve this ?
volt replied:
Volt.id
This is a great post, thank you for taking this onboard. Like you, I don't update my computer regularly, not until I can make sure there are no bad surprises waiting (Mac), so I am in total agreement, backwards compatibility should allow for this or any other reason users might have to keep behind. There were many other extremely valid points in your article, but will refrain from making this answer too long. Huge thanks again!
Glad you’re here and shining some light on the obvious hurdles to get further along with our intended plan; free the world and get everyone wealthier in the process.
There must be technical barriers preventing apps from being easily released with BSV infrastructure. Looking forward to handcash connect and seeing if that will bring ease of use up and therefore barrier to entry down. We also need apps that when you use them you have no idea that BSV is involved. Majority of pop. could care less about digital currency or the costs being incurred by vendors etc. It just needs to work easily and without a hitch. Saying it is the easy part. I am guessing there are reasons that we are not there yet.
Only thing I've had any issue with is streamanity - rest of apps seem to work fine on iphone and pc.
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Jumping through so many hoops just to get moneybutton to work on iOS is really annoying. And even after all that I can only get it to work on Safari. Don't even know how to get moneybutton to work on Brave or Chrome or Firefox (anyone know?) But anyway it's too much work. If I were Moneybutton I would put all my dev time on coming up with a solution for that. And for Relay, I don't know why you have to download Testflight and jump through all those hoops just to use the app. It's almost like these wallet companies don't want to get users.
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satoshidoodles replied:
I use Android so have only heard about issues with MB on Safari. I use MB on Firefox (works just fine). To be fair, Relay is still in beta iirc. So they're probably still working through all of the bugs before releasing for typical users.
musiq replied:
Yes i really want to see Relay launch but not sure if they're focused on the wallet. They've been building streamanity lately.
I'm glad you shared this. To be fair I think many of the builders are aware of the issues, but have them lower down in their priorities than perhaps they should be. I've never had much luck getting relay to work with anything. Money Button works better but I HATE that to use it on iOS and Safari you have to go into settings and disable a default security setting. That can't just be an accepted workaround.
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satoshidoodles replied:
Thanks for your comment,@libs. I just experienced the contrast of buying an item on Amazon yesterday (sorry, had to!) and it took almost zero effort. Like three or four clicks, less than a minute, done. I was tired and barely paying attention. There was no need to run around looking for passwords or seed words or extra things. Whatever those people at Amazon have figured out about human behaviour (and online commerce) is evil AND genius.
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satoshidoodles replied:
Totally agree that if it's necessary to fiddle with the settings, it will be too difficult for normies.
I am working on a list of best designed BSV apps. Thanks for sharing your experience!
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satoshidoodles replied:
thanks for listening,@baltsar. Looking forward to seeing your shortlist. ;)
jas replied:
TrueDEX should definitely be on that list.
glauce replied:
Sounds great, please post a link here, so I can add to our channel. Many pre-thanks!
Spot on. This stuff needs to become bulletproof to the average joe - it needs to just work - having to turn off your wifi is not an acceptable ongoing solution!
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satoshidoodles replied:
Yeah, didn't mean to sound too salty but I'm a little bit exasperated and a little less enchanted at this time. 😂
volt replied:
Read carefully your writing, indeed this explains why the adoption of bitcoin is stagnant, Wallets are hard to use, app integration is not smooth, etc. Volt has built maybe the simplest to use wallet(easy recovery through email + facial recognition and secure for keeping large amounts), we are also working to support third party apps.
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satoshidoodles replied:
@volt, in order to use facial recognition on a regular basis, I'd have to remove the washi tape that's covering my phone cameras. ;-)
volt replied:
facial recognition is only used when you recover Volt on a new device, it doesn't scan your face all the time, since each recovery(facial recognition) cost us 1 dollar. Also if you are storing less than 500 USD for daily use, you don't have to turn on facial recognition
glauce replied:
I couldn't install Volt, it seems it doesn't work if FB domains are blocked (computer's hosts file + phone package blocker). Another big point of contention for me, is face recognition, an intrusion on privacy and as such I have always avoided it... I am sorry to say, but I do have issues and would love to clarify, so I may use Volt in the future
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