@thomasluis thomasluis released this Oct 15, 2018 · 4 commits to governance since this release

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This Release uses Anon v1.1.0

Updates

This update adds the Governance Panel.

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By copying the Hash value of the Governance Object and pasting it into Govbject TX Hash field, a user can vote for a proposal by alias or using all their masternodes. To vote a proposal to be funded, a user would select Funding in the dropdown menu

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Using the Proposal Generator, users can generate a new proposal
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A user would copy the prepare wallet command produced
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And paste into the Create new GovObject modal in the wallet
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This will return a Transaction ID which will be pasted into the proposal generator
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The user must then wait for 6 blocks to be mined
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They will then receive the submit command
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They shall paste that command into the wallet along with the Transaction ID (separated by a space)
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Once they press Submit Proposal, the proposal will be entered into the blockchain. Within a few seconds, the proposal will appear in their wallet and the explorer.

This update also includes implementation of Travis Continuous Integration. Travis runs a build script after every push to github to ensure the wallet can be built.

@thomasluis thomasluis released this Sep 28, 2018 · 11 commits to master since this release

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NOTE: This release uses Anon v.1.2.0 and up only

Updates

Fixes UI bug which displays Masternode Collateral red although the masternodeCollateral and the masternodeUCCollaterral matched. This is issue was caused by masternodeCollateral being compared to totalUCBalance as opposed to masternodeUCCollaterral.

@kaypon kaypon released this Sep 18, 2018 · 1 commit to v1.0.0 since this release

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Anon Full Node Wallet v1.0.0

WARNING: Be careful when using this software! It is highly experimental.
Always test with small amounts first! It is your responsibility to properly handle your private keys!

Please refer to the issues section if you come across errors. We are currently still developing and working to improve the quality of the wallet. It is always advised to use the terminal to interact with the full node.

Currently, there is no way to fully create a master node within the wallet. To do so, you will need to follow guides and create one through the terminal.

If you're goal is simply claim ANON coins, then you may also use supported light wallets such as zelTreZ, who also offer the option of hosting a full node.

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

Before installation:

Install JDK 10

Setting up your configuration file: (anon.conf)

Ensure your anon.conf file DOES NOT contain the line testnet=1. Remove this line completely and save.

Running the .jar will automatically set up ~/.anon/anon.conf for you. In some cases, you may need to edit it manually. It should contain:

txindex=1
rpcuser=ENTER-RANDOM-ALPHANUMERICAL-PASSWORD
rpcpassword=ENTER-RANDOM-ALPHANUMERICAL-PASSWORD
rpcport=3130
#addnode=...

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Anon first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download the AnonymousDesktopWallet-1.0.0.jar and paste it into /home/USERNAME/anon/src/

NOTE: You may need to make the file executable, which can be done with the following command:

chmod u+x AnonymousDesktopWallet-1.0.0.jar

For Mac, you will download the .dmg file. Follow the instructions to move the Anonymous Desktop Wallet.app into the applications folder. Open the Applications folder in finder. Double click the Anonymous Desktop Wallet.app.

For Windows, place the AnonymousDesktopWallet_1.0.0.exe into the Anon node src folder. Example: cp AnonymousDesktopWallet_1.0.0.exe ~/anon/src/. Double click the AnonymousDesktopWallet_1.0.0.exe.

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!
Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\anon\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Anon/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.anon/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!

Base CLI wallet (Anon anon-cli, anond) built from source - https://github.com/anonymousbitcoin/anon

Pre-release

@48thRonin 48thRonin released this Sep 3, 2018 · 48 commits to master since this release

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Release contains the missing text variables for languages besides English. Contains basic support for English, Spanish, and Dutch. We need community members to look at the variables recently added in this release and review the current languages as well as add those missing that they're familiar with.

Pre-release

@kaypon kaypon released this Aug 15, 2018 · 48 commits to master since this release

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Anon Full Node Wallet v0.1.0

WARNING: Be careful when using this software! It is highly experimental.
Always test with small amounts first! It is your responsibility to properly handle your private keys!

Windows, Mac (Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra), Linux

Before installation:

Install JDK9

Ensure your anon.conf file contains the line testnet=1 to ensure you run on the test network.

You will need the latest version of Java.

To build from source, follow the instructions in README.md.

For Linux, you must compile Anon first. You can find the instructions here. Then you can build the GUI from the source or download one of the archives below and paste the AnonymousDesktopWallet-1.0.jar. file into /home/USERNAME/anon/src/

For Mac, you will need to paste the AnonymousDesktopWallet-1.0.jar into your ~/anon/src/ directory where anond and anon-cli are located.

NOTE: You may need to make the file executable, which can be done with the following command:

chmod u+x AnonymousDesktopWallet-1.0.jar

Keep your private keys safe! Always back them up right away!
Your wallet file is located at -

Windows: %APPDATA%\anon\testnet4\wallet.dat

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Anon/testnet4/wallet.dat

Linux: ~/.anon/testnet4/wallet.dat

If you make an encrypted wallet.dat, don't lose or share the password!

Base CLI wallet (Anon anon-cli, anond) built from source - https://github.com/anonymousbitcoin/anon

Aug 15, 2018

1.0

Modify README to reflect new links