Status update - July 2018

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Arqma status update for the month of July 2018.

Arqma released this month the following software:

  1. The wallet daemon and CLI wallet was updated to 1.2.6. A binary release for Windows was also made along with source at https://github.com/arqma/arqma/releases.
  2. The web wallet was brought back online. https://www.myarqma.com/#!/
  3. The GUI wallet for Linux was released here: https://arqma.com/download/
  4. The GUI wallet for Windows was updated available here: https://arqma.com/download/
  5. The GUI wallet for Mac OS was released here: https://arqma.com/download/

ArQma, more code was added as a fundamental increase in dynamics and technology that led to cross platforn capability. More wallets available than most coins in only the third month of deployment than competitors when they launched and then made developments.

 

Under production/development/testing:

  1. Android OS wallet.
  2. iPhone/ Apple iOS wallet.

 

New pools were added to the list of pools joining the ArQmA Network:

  1. Genesis Pool located in Buftea, Romania. http://genesispool.ddns.net/
  2. Aero Pool located in San Jose, CA USA. http://arq.aeropool.xyz/#
  3. Private Locker Room geolocated in Phoenix, AZ USA. https://cryptonight-lite.pool.private-locker.com/#

 

Two new exchanges were added crex24.com and tradeogre.com.

Altex is currently having BTC withdrawal maintenance issues. You should contact them directly for that. However you can deposit and withdraw arqma there as of 7/31/2018 0600 PST.

There was yet another software defect reported by Monero, #4111, and was escalated immediately by Monero. It affected some exchanges. Arqma also evaluated the update and applied it with release 1.2.6. of Devil's Touch to stay within the standard security updates. Arqma coin could not be double counted as we already had be patched and none of the exchanges put ArQmA into maintenance.

 

------------ Warning, Science and Geek content ahead -------------------

 

An under the hood view of the software development process:

Tick and Tock. The block chain marches on and so was the progress. To draw a similar analogy to Intel's hardware and software deployments here's what's going on.

This explains why the web wallet was down for a while, it was making a mess of itself in the background for a while and the whole code was scrapped except the front end graphics.
It never did and never shall leak any information about who where, what, and when you did transactions there.

A tick is progress using what tock has a new fundamental structure or technology of building something was in uniquely new.

Tock: A new code base was made for the wallets that can be cross-compiled. The developers made a fundamental base of new code from the old was made and can be used on a variety of platforms. The GUI wallet for the Linux wallet was needed, so a redraft was made using a new set of tools.
Tick: This resulted in the web wallet would be using the same tools and code, but still have the same front end appearance as before.
Also this allowed the GUI Linux wallet , GUI Mac wallet, and a revsion of the GUI wallet for Windows to be released at the same time.

 

Explanation of what it means:

A commit is an individual change or addition to a set of files in a repository. A repository is a collection of files which serves a well-defined purpose - such as a wallet or a block explorer. Tracking these changes allows one estimate the overall progress of a project.
There was a lot of code updated and fundamentally changed that was worked on and then committed right at the end of July. Hence the darker colored tocks,

However, there are two important distinctions to make:
"More commits does not necessarily mean more lines of code
More lines of code does not necessarily mean more progress
Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight." -- probably Bill Gates said this.

 

However, in the case with ArQmA more code was added as a fundamental increase in dynamics and technology that led to cross platforn capability. More wallets available than most coins in only the third month of deployment than competitors when they launched and then made developments.

exchanges

Two new exchanges were added

Two new exchanges were added crex24.com and tradeogre.com.

Altex

Altex is currently having BTC withdrawal maintenance issues. You should contact them directly for that. However you can deposit and withdraw arqma there as of 7/31/2018 0600 PST.

 

There was yet another software defect reported by Monero, #4111, and was escalated immediately by Monero. It affected some exchanges. Arqma also evaluated the update and applied it with release 1.2.6. of Devil's Touch to stay within the standard security updates. Arqma coin could not be double counted as we already had be patched and none of the exchanges put ArQmA into maintenance.

------------ Warning, Science and Geek content ahead -------------------

An under the hood view of the software development process:

Tick and Tock. The block chain marches on. So was the progress. To draw a similar analogy to Intel's hardware and software deployments here's what's going on.

This explains why the web wallet was down for a while, it was making a mess of itself in the background for a while and the whole code was scrapped except the front end graphics.
It never did and never shall leak any information about who where, what, and when you did transactions there.

A tick is progress using what tock has a new fundamental structure or technology of building something was in uniquely new.

Tock: A new code base was made for the wallets that can be crosscompiled. The developers made a fundamental base of new code from the old was made and can be used on a variety of platforms. The GUI wallet for the Linux wallet was needed, so a redraft was made using a new set of tools.
Tick: This resulted in the web wallet would be using the same tools and code, but still have the same front end appearance as before.
Also this allowed the GUI Linux wallet , GUI Mac wallet, and a revsion of the GUI wallet for Windows to be released at the same time.

 

Explanation of what it means:

A commit is an individual change or addition to a set of files in a repository. A repository is a collection of files which serves a well-defined purpose - such as a wallet or a block explorer. Tracking these changes allows one estimate the overall progress of a project.
There was a lot of code updated and fundamentally changed that was worked on and then comitted right at the end of July. Hence the darker colored tocks,

However, there are two important distinctions to make:
"More commits does not necessarily mean more lines of code
More lines of code does not necessarily mean more progress
Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight." -- probably Bill Gates said this.

However, in the case with ArQmA more code was added as a fundamental increase in dynamics and technology that led to cross platform capability. More wallets available than most coins in only the third month of deployment than competitors when they launched and then made developments.

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