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Community Update — September 14, 2018

Tabby Pay 2.0, is now live on the Ethereum Mainnet. 🎉

Tabby Pay 2.0 is a dApp that’s built to eliminate user error.

A Recap of the changes made to Tabby Pay 2.0:

  • Improved Graphical User Interface - User-testing with the community helped us fine-tune the app to make the experience intuitive for both beginners and crypto veterans alike.
  • Fee Payments in CAT - We wanted to make sure Tabby Pay was accessible to all users, so we’ve incorporated payment in both ETH and CAT. We made some changes to the fee structure which is designed to give CAT holders an incentive by providing a modest discount per transaction (0.001 ETH or 0.5 CAT per transaction).
  • Send any ERC20 Token - Tabby Pay 2.0 allows users to send both ETH and ERC20 Tokens.
  • Support for Multiple Wallet Interfaces - To make Tabby Pay even more accessible, we’ve added support for multiple wallet types, including:
    - Browser wallets (MetaMask or Parity)
    - Ledger hardware wallets (Nano S or Ledger Blue)
    - External wallets (MyEtherWallet or MyCrypto)

Dev Notes

💰Tabby Pay:
+ Fixed a number of outstanding UX issues.
+ Final round of CSS and language polish.
+ Adjusted token naming behaviour.
+ Configured and deployed the new mainnet contract using our contract versioning system.
+ Launched the new Tabby Pay UI. We're now redirecting all attention away from Tabby Pay (except for bug fixes/critical issues) towards Rewards and infrastructure.
🎁 Rewards:
+ Continued integrating the new contract, UX development and frontend UI work.

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