tagged - paperwallets!
now with auth jail.
Please test hard, this one might go to the play store soon
Just installed 9-alpha-rc.1 on my Fairphone 3 with /e/OS. Requested some coins from the Peercoin Testnet Faucet. Looks nice! Transaction popped up immediately, nothing scared me so far
9-alpha-rc.1 tells me that this is an invalid address
sending coins back to the faucet address (n4pJDAqsagWbouT7G7xRH8548s9pZpQwtG) workes as expected
PPXMXETHJE3E8k6s8vmpDC18b7y5eKAudS is a main net address. If that’s shown as invalid, it works accordingly
Ah, that explains a lot
Will this app be available on F-Droid? I’d really appreciate that!
@willy perhaps we should start from there?
rc2 tagged, looking good
12-24 words seeds now supported
I suggest changing to this version for further testing, easier install and easy updates.
Found two bugs:
Was not able to send funds to the foundation address since it was invalid (multisig address).
In Europe we use “,” as a decimal separator and because of this I was not able to send funds with decimals.
Will check the first one, the second one is the same UX as in peercoin-qt and I kind of like it that way.
Sadly segwit address won’t work either.
Can you show me where you have seen crypto currency amounts seperated by a comma?
It’s usually the dot. The input field should not allow you to type a comma and even localized num keyboards on iOS/android will offer a key board with comma and dot.
On my keyboard I was not able to type in a comma or dot. If it shows as a dot is fine, but I’m not changing my settings to make the app work.
Edit: The comma was grayed out.
Is that a third party keyboard?
No. I have a Samsung-keyboard, but the settings are on Norwegian Bokmål.
I wouldn’t say. Comma coming up in the near future then.
thanks for testing!
0.2.1 is on it’s way to the play store
- commas are now allowed in send & receive tab
- reconnect timer has been reduced to 5 seconds
- app will now loop through available servers
GitHub - peercoin/peercoin_flutter: Wallet for Peercoin and Peercoin Testnet written in Flutter readme now includes a list of known limitations.
Comma is still grayed out.