Are you familiar with Finite state machines?They are everywhere, yet, we don’t see them as such 🙂
A new version of the Android mobile wallet was released: v1.0.43https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.reddwarf.my_bismuth_walletThis is a mandatory update (read more below)
This report covers February 19, 2021 to March 17, 2021. Bismuth2.0 announcement, media activity, community dev and good old 2018 NFTs on this month menu!
Our Bismuth V2 announcement included a list of quite technical work that was done over hundreds of commits. This list looked a lot like a pre-launch checklist, which is why we made an infographics out of it for you to share 😉
Following our previous Announcement, here is the related Bismuth 2.0 infographic.Feel free to share on social media!
Late last year, the Bismuth Foundation unveiled “Bismuth2.0”. The reveal was brief, did not go into any detail and the team remained silent on the topic for the following months. We would like to thank everyone for their patience, the time has finally come for the big reveal! Let’s get right into it.
This report covers January 19, 2020 to February 17, 2021. Last touches to Node V2 and refreshed roadmap, user activity update and much Python love this month!
We’re always happy to see new users jump in on the Bismuth Discord and ask questions.More over dev questions…And above all, we like it when these users then come back with a “Oh, by the way, I just did that small thing…”
This report covers December 19, 2020 to January 18, 2021. Main visible event during that period was the public release of the “My Bismuth Wallet” mobile application, but there is more ongoing 🙂
For way too long, Bismuth had no proper mobile wallet. One historical reason is that – despite being the fastest growing language – Python on mobile still is not mainstream. Sure, you can run a fully functional Tornado wallet on Android, but that’s not a 2 click install. That’s certainly not an excuse however and the team saw the need for an easy to install and operate mobile wallet.