It’s been a month already which means it’s time we look back at what development updates have been made during these weeks. Before jumping right into the update, we highly recommend you take a look at the previous article — so that you knew where we left off.
November was huge for us in terms of improvements. These four weeks we were only focusing on fixing bugs inside the Essentia application to make the overall experience better.
First of all, we’re glad to report that we have released a new version of Essentia for all of the platforms. However, a desktop application for macOS needed some closer attention: the UI issues are now fixed. Enjoy using the renewed Essentia, it’s now working a lot smoother.
Apart from the mentioned fixes, we have also been working on the issues with:
- UI error with invalid Address to receive ESS coin.
- Invalid QR code to receive coin.
- Token swap (occurring when the user doesn’t have ETH to pay for gas).
If you’d like to try out the new, bug-less Essentia, make sure to download the new version of the application on our website.
The work doesn’t stop there, as we’re aiming at making Essentia as usable as possible. Currently, we are focusing on 2 major areas for improvement: Token swap and Masternodes Deployment.
Now and for the next few weeks, we will dedicate our efforts to making the process of the token swap smoother.
As you also already know, you can now automatically install the Essentia master node using the Desktop version and start earning your rewards right away. The process works, you can try it out. But still, there are some bugs that our community has been reporting — so we’re fixing them.
If you’d like to install an Essentia masternode or learn what rewards you can receive, we encourage you to take a look at the dedicated article here.
Have some troubleshooting to do? If you found a bug, or have any other suggestions regarding the platform, please do not hesitate to hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also text us directly on our Telegram channel.
As always, we appreciate all of you who reported issues — thanks to you we are becoming a better, more usable platform for everyone to enjoy.