Exodus, a provider of software to secure, manage and trade blockchain assets today informed of more improvements and fixes. The company said it focused these updates on the top bug requests received from users exchanging assets.
Exodus management stated: “We are committed to having the most robust exchange experience and this release tightens things up even more. We also did a subtle rearrangement on the UX of the HD addresses to give a nod to new users.”
Exodus currently supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin and is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The improvements and fixes you can see in detail below:
- BUGFIX: Clicking the “half” button, when you had more than the exchange maximum, resulted in pre-filling the form field with the maximum. The correct behavior is one half of the maximum.
- BUGFIX: Sending a bunch of Ethereum exchanges in a row could result in a nonce error. This was a hard one to track down – it is now squashed. Behind the scenes Exodus now watches for this error, if it happens, it automatically refreshes Ethereum to the correct state for a successful exchange.
- BUGFIX: When exchanging ETH for any other asset, after the exchange was finished and you looked at the details of the exchange the TXID was missing a 0x at the beginning. This would cause the link to not work when you visited Etherscan. This is now fixed.
- IMPROVED: Occasionally ShapeShift will keep an asset online but return exchange maximum limits of 0. This is confusing to new users – if the maximum to exchange is 0 the asset is essentially not working. Exodus now takes it amongst ourselves to disable the asset until the asset reports correct values again.
- IMPROVED: When clicking the receive button on Bitcoin it now starts with your first Bitcoin address vs. auto-advancing to your next Bitcoin address in the HD path. Although advanced users want to use new Bitcoin addresses every time (and you still can by advancing the arrow to the next address) new users were confused. Exodus reports receiving many emails daily asking “Why did my Bitcoin address change.” Although they explained HD addresses and why this is a feature most new users do not understand – rather this scares them and they think it is a bug. Exodus believes it now has the best of both worlds… If a new user, you can continue to use the first Bitcoin address you see every time and be happy. Otherwise, if you like HD addresses and you want a new address each time, simply click the right arrow button and pick your address.