Blockmarket Desktop 1.1.2 Released
Blockchain Foundry continues to drive forward product development, focussing on Syscoin Masternodes, Blockmarket Desktop, and several other unannounced products scheduled for launch in 2018. Today we’re releasing Blockmarket Desktop v1.1.2, which includes a host of backend and user interface improvements essential to our vision.
These improvements and enhancements represent the November maintenance release expressed on our roadmap. Many aesthetic improvements, bug fixes, and usability enhancements made their way into this release. A full list of the fixes can be found on the release page.
With the core improvements from 1.1.2 now in place, we’re focusing on accelerating the development of additional Blockmarket features ahead of the 1.2.0 release. This means that we can include even more valuable features for users, merchants, and buyers alike, bringing us closer to the ideal Blockmarket user experience.
As part of this effort we will target a 1.1.3 release next week, which is planned to include the reinstatement of directBTC and directZEC payments in Blockmarket Desktop. It will also include a number of other high-priority bug fixes and improvements. The list of improvements targeted for next week can be found here and is still being finalized. Following the 1.1.3 release we will continue to move our roadmap forward, starting with development of Blockmarket Desktop 1.2.0 to be released in late December. The 1.2.0 release will include payment processors, introducing Syscoin to a mainstream userbase directly from the Blockmarket experience.
These improvements and incremental releases leading up to the Blockmarket Web release in 2018 represent a continued commitment to not only making Blockmarket Desktop the best experience possible, but also to pave the way for that same level of user-friendliness and ease of use from the outset of our web-based experience.