Exodus, a provider of software to secure, manage and trade blockchain assets today informed of a multitude of small bug fixes which were plaguing the software.
In addition, the firm also provided a number of optimization and patches the week earlier which you can read about below.
The most recent bug fixes include:
- BUGFIX: The “can-not-connect-to-network banner” should no longer appear unless you really have network problems.
- BUGFIX: A few users were reporting login windows never going away. As much as we are proud of the login window it now disappears for all users after a successful login.
- BUGFIX: Sending Ethereum by inputing a USD amount was sending ~10x less than expected. This edge case only happened in the ETH wallet AND if you switched to sending in USD vs. sending in native ETH. This now sends the correct amount all the time.
- BUGFIX: “Reset Email and Password” button in the backup section now works again.
Prior to this most recent update noted above, the company implemented a patch improving the overall functionality and speed of the application.
These improvements include:
- NEW: Our new fast-launch password screen gives additional options and lets users visit the Exodus knowledge base.
- IMPROVED: Reduced application size even further. Exodus is getting fit in our old age.
- IMPROVED: Startup time now 4X faster.
- IMPROVED: Additional network speed, animations + wallet performance enhancements throughout the entire application.
- IMPROVED: Overall improvements to the network P2P connection handling.
- IMPROVED: Added a button in the network error banner to direct users on secure networks to more info about P2P connections and firewall restrictions.
- NEW: Bitcoin fees now adjust as the network gets congested. This helps insure transactions are processed quickly even when the Bitcoin network is busy!
- NEW: Litecoin, Dash and Dogecoin now calculate fees from unspent inputs. Before we had static fees on these networks. Cheers all around for saving micropennies!
- BUGFIX: Added a cancel button for password reset. Curious button pushers no longer have to commit to a password reset.