— Augur (@AugurProject) March 6, 2017
March 6, 2017
- Added Create New Market button to the topics homepage.
- Added QR codes for your deposit address and keystore file, increasing the ease of transfering your wallet and depositing of funds.
- Added a guide and link on how to recover REP / ETH sent to the beta.
- Moved the middleware raw-transaction handling functions to ethrpc (previously were in augur.js).
March 5, 2017
- The “Snitch” tab on the market detail page now displays any time an event is available for reporting, even if the user is not selected to report on it.
- Fixed the conditions for whether the Report tab appears on the market detail page.
- The browser console now always has debugging objects available (state/selectors/augurjs). This will remain true for the rest of the beta.
March 4, 2017
- The getEventsToReportOn method on the reportingThreshold contract is now indexed correctly.
- Fixed a bug in keythereum where the “recover” function could overwrite the scrypt memory constant.
- Scalar limit price now displays correctly for bids and asks in the trade preview.
- De-adjusted scalar prices for display in transactions which create new orders.
- Renamed Bid Q and Ask Q to Bid Qty and Ask Qty in order-book-header component.
March 3, 2017
- ethereumjs-connect is now compatible with the new refactored version of ethrpc.
- ShapeShift and Coinbase buttons are now integrated into the accounts page in the UI. Note that these are disabled while beta testing.
- Broke off the stub RPC server from ethrpc and published it to the ethereumjs group, ethereumjs-stub-rpc-server.
March 2, 2017
- Added a Reporting diagram and a new Reporting section to the Augur API documentation.
- The augur.js unit tests are now complete.
March 1, 2017
- Fixed the Node version to 6.5.0 for augur UI and augur.js automated builds, due to a Node 7+ build error encountered after updating the middleware npm dependencies.
– The Augur Team