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Title: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on January 27, 2017, 03:34:48 PM
I'm making this on behalf of the Exodus wallet team , I'm not related to them on anyway but I definitely got their permission to make this thread.

Download : https://www.exodus.io/releases/


https://www.exodus.io/img/exodus-wallet-btc@2x.jpg

https://www.exodus.io/img/exodus-exchange-aurora-ss@2x.jpg

Features :
  • Exodus encrypts private keys and transaction data locally for your eyes only - no accounts, no servers, no data sharing.
  • Track the value of your blockchain asset portfolio, in real time, as market conditions change.
  • Like darker themes? How about a subtle space background? Exodus prebuilt themes start with traditional gray or go wild with Dogecoin inspired fun.
  • ShapeShift built in (exchange between multiple currencies)
  • Recover your wallet using a 12 words passphrase
  • Supported currencies : Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Dogecoin.


Team :


Exodus has been in development for over a year from two guys with a passion for blockchain assets.

Daniel Castagnoli (Chief Creative Officer) : From subtle sounds to smooth animations Daniel creates a trusted, warm feeling when using Exodus. He is a master of emotional design and has designed experiences for Apple, BMW, Disney, Louis Vuitton and Nike.

JP Richardson (Chief Technical Officer) :  Coding the technical magic behind the scenes, JP has published 181 open source libraries and has written code in use by most Bitcoin and cryptocurrency software on the web.

=> Bitcointalk Profile : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=19578
=> Github Profile : https://github.com/jprichardson
=> npmjs : https://www.npmjs.com/~jprichardson

Richardson clearly have huge presence within the Open-Source community but Exodus is not open source for the moment and It has been already explained by him : https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/5q7wna/jaxx_and_exodus_wallets_are_closed_source_why/


What to expect ? :

I guess there is a lot to expect from this wallet , such as Tokens support , Ledger hardware wallet support and much much more. If you have some suggestions (for them to add in the wallet)then I suggest emailing them because emails are taken seriously.


Slack : https://exodus-invite.herokuapp.com
Vimeo : https://vimeo.com/exodusio
Twitter : https://twitter.com/exodus_io/
Email : support@exodus.io


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: coinplus on January 27, 2017, 08:47:43 PM
Why not they take time to introduce themselves with an ANN topic, I guess it must be more important for them to develop reputation among cruptocurrency users.

It seems bit.ac just gets a competitor, still bit.ac will be having positive edge as they had successful signature campaign here to make them familiar among cruptocurrency users.

Edit:
This topic belongs to web wallets (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=222.0) ?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on January 30, 2017, 06:56:19 PM
Why not they take time to introduce themselves with an ANN topic, I guess it must be more important for them to develop reputation among cruptocurrency users.

It seems bit.ac just gets a competitor, still bit.ac will be having positive edge as they had successful signature campaign here to make them familiar among cruptocurrency users.

Edit:
This topic belongs to web wallets (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=222.0) ?

I don't know , I asked them If they are willing to make one or I could make one ? they said that I could go and make one myself , I guess they don't have time to manage it.
Bit.ac is far from being a competitor with Exodus.io If you ask me , because Exodus gives you control over your private keys while Bit.ac don't and without mentioning that Its an online wallet. This doesn't belong to web wallets because the wallet is a desktop wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on February 04, 2017, 05:58:14 AM
A new update came out a few hours ago and here is the changelog :

General

-  NEW: You can now show/hide assets in the settings section. Don't ever use Dogecoin? Not a fan of Litecoin? You can now turn off assets you don't want to see and they disappear in the wallet, portfolio and exchange sections. Fans of minimalism rejoice!

Wallet

-  IMPROVED: More robust dynamic bitcoin fee calculations to make sure your Bitcoin transactions are confirmed fast. Recently we have seen the some of the highest levels of Bitcoin network backlogs - we always try to stay one-step ahead to ensure Exodus transactions don't get stuck.

More info :

Quote
Exodus returned from the Satoshi Roundtable III (read more blogs and reviews) with fresh relationships, new ideas and continued support to ensure 2017 will be our biggest year yet! This release lays the foundation for our first new asset in 2017; Factom.

FACTOM IS NOT IN THIS RELEASE - Beginning next Friday, Feb. 10, 2017 @ 10PM PT (-0800) Exodus will seed 50 early adopters a time-locked, limited version of Exodus with Factom included. This beta program is first for Exodus - we are thrilled to offer early access to ensure new features are solid and ready for the masses. In the meantime we are now delivering Exodus to Factom Inc. and will begin internal testing with the core development team.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on February 18, 2017, 02:56:16 PM
1.19.0 version is out and here are the major changes :

Wallet

-BUGFIX: If you received a transaction, then immediately sent this unconfirmed transaction out of Exodus there was a chance (on the next block confirmation) this transaction would be marked as invalid and returned to your wallet balance on your next refresh. This is fixed, no matter when you send, Exodus ensures transactions are correctly forwarded to the network.
-IMPROVED: Dash sending and receiving is working after the recent Dash hard fork.
-IMPROVED: A few small annoyances with the BTC multiple receive addresses have been fixed.
- NEW: You can now import Ethereum private keys.

Exchange

-IMPROVED: Exchange limits have been raised 2 - 3X and in some liquid markets (BTC & ETH) we raised the max 5X. This results in one-click exchange amounts of ~$5,000 USD per exchange!
-BUGFIX: Exchange "Min" was working with some but not all assets. We now have 100% coverage.
-IMPROVED: Exchanges are now properly marked complete only when the exchanged asset is deposited. Previously exchanges were signaled complete when our exchange partner ShapeShift said so - however the asset would sometimes not be deposited for up to a minute later. We now properly wait until the asset is deposited in your wallet THEN signal the exchange as complete.
-IMPROVED: If you quit Exodus while an exchange was in progress, or an exchange failed, this exchange transaction was never logged to your wallet transaction list as an outgoing transaction until your next app launch/refresh/rescan. Exodus now properly log outgoing exchanges into the corresponding wallet immediately.
-IMPROVED: All outgoing exchanges are labeled as "Exchanging for" in the wallet transaction list until the exchange is complete. They are then updated to "Exchanged for" to properly account for the outgoing transaction in the event an exchange does not complete. Previously exchanges were not logged until the exchange was complete - this caused confusion tracking down funds when an error happened.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: forzendiablo on March 01, 2017, 01:17:42 AM
what their business model, do they take fees for using the wallet or so?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 01, 2017, 06:26:05 AM
what their business model, do they take fees for using the wallet or so?

No, they take no fees while receiving or sending bitcoins (expect the bitcoin network fees of course) the only fees they take for themselves (or It goes directly to ShipeShift is while exchanging between cryptocurrencies).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: buwaytress on March 02, 2017, 03:13:36 PM
what their business model, do they take fees for using the wallet or so?

No, they take no fees while receiving or sending bitcoins (expect the bitcoin network fees of course) the only fees they take for themselves (or It goes directly to ShipeShift is while exchanging between cryptocurrencies).

I'm an Exodus user myself, and like most newbies started out using the addresses for faucets. I do like the wallet, but I do also dislike when wallets say "no fees" when they seem to charge a network fee. I of course, only found out when I wanted to transfer out my dust in ETH and found that the fee alone took up most of the amount. There are others that say no fee and mean it (the amount you transfer is the amount received).

Again, not a naysayer as I like the wallet a lot. Beautiful and useful.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: boy130 on March 05, 2017, 02:35:31 PM
It is most good looking wallet I ever seen  :D BUT I can't get private keys from it!!! Just restoring link...  :-\ So it is not independent on 100%?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 05, 2017, 05:11:49 PM
It is most good looking wallet I ever seen  :D BUT I can't get private keys from it!!! Just restoring link...  :-\ So it is not independent on 100%?

It is independent and you should be able to export your private keys for the different currencies you have as shown here:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/groovehq/uploaded/9ednw0ifnignxd0gipfrgsu50f2rf7fqxzeo6y2l7yg4zleh2r?1481581260


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: boy130 on March 05, 2017, 05:22:31 PM
It is most good looking wallet I ever seen  :D BUT I can't get private keys from it!!! Just restoring link...  :-\ So it is not independent on 100%?

It is independent and you should be able to export your private keys for the different currencies you have as shown here:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/groovehq/uploaded/9ednw0ifnignxd0gipfrgsu50f2rf7fqxzeo6y2l7yg4zleh2r?1481581260

I am using mac version and can't find that function.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 06, 2017, 06:16:37 AM
I am using mac version and can't find that function.

I don't use the MAC version but I asked the developers and they said the following "Just use the Exodus menu next to the Apple in the Mac menu bar." so you should be able to export your private keys even In the MAC version.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 18, 2017, 12:59:50 PM
The new version is out (1.21.0) and here is the changelog:

http://i.imgur.com/PHNftxC.png

Except another version in 31th March, for more details, I suggest checking the release page on the website.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on March 18, 2017, 01:40:57 PM
This wallet looks nice and the UI looks cool as dark colors looks cool too :D I will try this desktop wallet as its supported with doge, but I just noticed that there are only few people using this wallet on this forum so far.

EDIT: I just started using it on my windows 10 x64

http://i.imgur.com/x9KNk9g.png


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on March 18, 2017, 02:35:45 PM
I just started using it but it seems pretty great so far.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SONG GEET on March 18, 2017, 04:55:58 PM
I have also started using this wallet, looks good. It sound quite useful in situation like we have right now. I need to instantly convert my bitcoin into dash and ethereum to hedge against current dump, hope this will be helpful.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Buckarooz on March 21, 2017, 04:15:16 PM
I've been using this for a while and downloaded version 1.21.0 a few days back but 4 hours ago a currency exchange between Dash and Bitcoin was processed through the wallet and shapeshift, the shapeshift side of it went through fine but I have yet to receive my funds. Their slack is offline, and I have had no response to an email I sent 3 hours ago. Not good, not good at all.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 21, 2017, 04:42:33 PM
I've been using this for a while and downloaded version 1.21.0 a few days back but 4 hours ago a currency exchange between Dash and Bitcoin was processed through the wallet and shapeshift, the shapeshift side of it went through fine but I have yet to receive my funds. Their slack is offline, and I have had no response to an email I sent 3 hours ago. Not good, not good at all.

The slack is up and running, If the issue didn't get reported by multiple people until now then I guess there is nothing to be worried about. I will let them know about your situation on slack. (note that I'm not involved in this project)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Buckarooz on March 21, 2017, 05:10:06 PM
I've been using this for a while and downloaded version 1.21.0 a few days back but 4 hours ago a currency exchange between Dash and Bitcoin was processed through the wallet and shapeshift, the shapeshift side of it went through fine but I have yet to receive my funds. Their slack is offline, and I have had no response to an email I sent 3 hours ago. Not good, not good at all.

The slack is up and running, If the issue didn't get reported by multiple people until now then I guess there is nothing to be worried about. I will let them know about your situation on slack. (note that I'm not involved in this project)

I still can't get into slack but I have just received an email from them, saying that it is a problem with shapeshift. If this is a result of you letting them know about it on slack, then thank you very much. I was most shocked that I had not heard back from them as when I have had to contact support before they have always been superb. Thanks again for your help.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jp on March 21, 2017, 06:32:17 PM
Hi,

Co-founder of Exodus here.

Yep, I dropped the ball here on a prompt response.

Here's what has happened, within the last three weeks, we've grown about 10x. In the last week, we've brought on three customer support reps to help with the volume. I saw your email and thought that it'd make a good training email when the rep starts the next shift. My failing was in starting to view these emails more from the perspective of just another email and not with the reverence of someone's money is on the line. I'm sorry for this :(

Also, regarding ShapeShift. That's our fault to. Not that they didn't send out your transaction, but that we brought you to them and they didn't deliver and meet your expectations. We are evaluating on how we can bring about more reliability and stability. We don't want customers of Exodus to have exchange experiences where they don't get their money.

All-in-all, this is 100% my fault. We are fighting to scale this company so that we can be around 10-years from now and it's clear we have a lot of work to do.

-JP


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bitcoin revo on March 21, 2017, 07:20:34 PM
May I ask: What's in it for you, OmegaStarScream, by making this thread, if you're not affiliated with Exodus Wallet (which you made a point of several times)?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: x4 on March 21, 2017, 11:15:06 PM
May I ask: What's in it for you, OmegaStarScream, by making this thread, if you're not affiliated with Exodus Wallet (which you made a point of several times)?
To answer this,  maybe because this wallet is never heard on this forum before he created this thread.

And IMO all existing wallets desktop/HW/web/mobile must be posted on this forum to inform others and to let others know that this wallets are existing, posted by affiliated or non-affiliated members doesnt matter as long the thread is informative and helpful.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: JanpriX on March 22, 2017, 01:13:21 AM
I already downloaded this to my PC but haven't had the time to try and make a transaction in it. This is just for my initial impression upon installing the wallet. The only thing that I can comment on is about its UI. The dark theme of this wallet really pleases my eyes in a good way. I always use my laptop in a dim lit environment and the dark theme of this wallet helped my eyes to adjust properly. I'll try to update this post when I have the time to use it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ranlo on March 22, 2017, 04:19:04 AM
This project looks REALLY nice! Are you able to choose your own fees, or how are they calculated? And does it have a way to "send all" (where it will figure out the max you can send after fees and automatically pick that amount)?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jp on March 22, 2017, 04:47:27 AM
> This project looks REALLY nice! Are you able to choose your own fees,

No. Exodus leverages API calls to use the appropriate network fee.

> And does it have a way to "send all"

Yes, the button is in the amount input.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 22, 2017, 09:34:59 AM
May I ask: What's in it for you, OmegaStarScream, by making this thread, if you're not affiliated with Exodus Wallet (which you made a point of several times)?

I found out about the project, I started reading about it and asked a lot of questions on their slack. I really liked the way they work and the roadmap they have so I asked the developers If I could make a thread and they accepeted, as simple as that and beside helping the community? I'm not getting anything.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: dodgrad on March 22, 2017, 09:49:28 AM
> This project looks REALLY nice! Are you able to choose your own fees,

No. Exodus leverages API calls to use the appropriate network fee.


I guess that fee will be your source of income from this app, but can you implement also manual settings for fee amount? It would have helped to avoid similar problems that were recently with BTC transfers.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Buckarooz on March 22, 2017, 11:18:28 AM
Hi,

Co-founder of Exodus here.

Yep, I dropped the ball here on a prompt response.

Here's what has happened, within the last three weeks, we've grown about 10x. In the last week, we've brought on three customer support reps to help with the volume. I saw your email and thought that it'd make a good training email when the rep starts the next shift. My failing was in starting to view these emails more from the perspective of just another email and not with the reverence of someone's money is on the line. I'm sorry for this :(

Also, regarding ShapeShift. That's our fault to. Not that they didn't send out your transaction, but that we brought you to them and they didn't deliver and meet your expectations. We are evaluating on how we can bring about more reliability and stability. We don't want customers of Exodus to have exchange experiences where they don't get their money.

All-in-all, this is 100% my fault. We are fighting to scale this company so that we can be around 10-years from now and it's clear we have a lot of work to do.

-JP

All is as it should be now, thank you for the courteous and once started, rapid solution with consistent update communication. I will continue to use the Exodus wallet and recommend it to any that ask my advice, as I find the software very pleasant on the eye and easy to use. I hope what happened here is used to help prevent similar situations if they arise in the future, so that the wallet and user base continues to grow.

A message system for support built into the wallet itself instead of slack/email for any dodgery older folks like myself, or non net savvy people could be possibly something to consider when time/funds/staffing allows as not everyone is comfortable jumping from system to system when they have a problem.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Arcteryx on March 23, 2017, 03:59:24 AM
Have used it for transferring btc to ethereum and my first transaction with the conversion took less than five minutes using shapeshift as the exchanger for converting to the alt coin but now it is taking longer.
Does the spread % at the bottom make a difference? I noticed the first time I did the transfer it was lower, at 59% but now it is higher at 69,5%. I thought this was the margin that shapeshift takes for the conversion rate.
Does doing it this way automatically within the wallet differ in the rate the sender gets charged by shapeshift if they were to do it straight from their website?
I want to know for comparisons sake and if it was higher than using a site like less say changelly  or off an exchange site.
Just started into exchanging my bitcoin for alt coins and want to know for the best bang for my bitcoin buck. ;D


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 23, 2017, 07:25:03 AM
Have used it for transferring btc to ethereum and my first transaction with the conversion took less than five minutes using shapeshift as the exchanger for converting to the alt coin but now it is taking longer.
Does the spread % at the bottom make a difference? I noticed the first time I did the transfer it was lower, at 59% but now it is higher at 69,5%. I thought this was the margin that shapeshift takes for the conversion rate.
Does doing it this way automatically within the wallet differ in the rate the sender gets charged by shapeshift if they were to do it straight from their website?
I want to know for comparisons sake and if it was higher than using a site like less say changelly  or off an exchange site.
Just started into exchanging my bitcoin for alt coins and want to know for the best bang for my bitcoin buck. ;D

ShapeShift is available for everyone and so the wallet, simply check your transaction in the wallet and check the price on the site and see the difference yourself. I'm personally not really a trader myself so I couldn't tell you for sure. I can let the staff know about your question If you feel like it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LLec on March 23, 2017, 09:25:47 PM
Would this be considered a web wallet?
What happens to the coins you have in the wallet when the hard fork happens?
Do they get lost with the new blockchain being created with BU?
Really confused about all this and the wallets that I have been using with coins in them. :-[
Kind of getting disturbed about all this talk and the possibility of losing all your bitcoin/alt coins in these web wallets. But the private keys are with in the program downloaded to your folder's dat.file right?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Arcteryx on March 24, 2017, 01:30:37 AM
Have used it for transferring btc to ethereum and my first transaction with the conversion took less than five minutes using shapeshift as the exchanger for converting to the alt coin but now it is taking longer.
Does the spread % at the bottom make a difference? I noticed the first time I did the transfer it was lower, at 59% but now it is higher at 69,5%. I thought this was the margin that shapeshift takes for the conversion rate.
Does doing it this way automatically within the wallet differ in the rate the sender gets charged by shapeshift if they were to do it straight from their website?
I want to know for comparisons sake and if it was higher than using a site like less say changelly  or off an exchange site.
Just started into exchanging my bitcoin for alt coins and want to know for the best bang for my bitcoin buck. ;D

ShapeShift is available for everyone and so the wallet, simply check your transaction in the wallet and check the price on the site and see the difference yourself. I'm personally not really a trader myself so I couldn't tell you for sure. I can let the staff know about your question If you feel like it.
Yes if you can let them know about my inquiry about the conversion fees that they charge within the wallet transition process compared to going directly to shapeshift.io to do this exchange.
Maybe a chart or graph presentation of this explanation (with an example with another coin with btc perhaps?) would be nice to see so to have it in visual a representation to clarify it for us all.
Thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ETFbitcoin on March 24, 2017, 05:00:03 AM
I just know there's desktop wallet that support multiple major currency. But, i have few question :
1. How heavy is this wallet since i still use old PC? Is it heavy compared with Electrum?
2. Will you support minority bitcoin chain if hard fork happen?
3. How currency exchange works? Must we login to specific exchange before do it?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 26, 2017, 01:21:22 PM
I just know there's desktop wallet that support multiple major currency. But, i have few question :
1. How heavy is this wallet since i still use old PC? Is it heavy compared with Electrum?
2. Will you support minority bitcoin chain if hard fork happen?
3. How currency exchange works? Must we login to specific exchange before do it?

1. The installer that you download is 74,4 MB (Windows 64bit) so yes It's kinda big compared to Electrum.
3. You don't need to login or do anything, everything is built inside the wallet (probably an API key to deal with ShapeShift) so you just choose what you want to buy and everything is done almost instantly.

I will forward your second question to the team as I'm not sure what there plans are.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on March 29, 2017, 07:00:25 AM
I have received an answer from Daniel regarding the hardfork and he gave me the permission to copy it here:

'Exodus is designed to allow you to control your own wealth. With this control comes the ability to make decisions for yourself and also have 100% control over your funds - this includes Bitcoin and all assets.

Exodus gives the power to you as a user to decide how you want to proceed in the case of a hard fork. No matter the decision of Exodus, the software is designed to give the user total ownership and full autonomy over all assets.

Unlike an exchange or hosted wallet provider, Exodus gives you the user full control of your private keys. With these private keys you will be able to retain control of both sets of coins when and if a hard fork takes place.

Again, we want to stress, the power of Exodus is it gives you the user 100% control over all assets. No matter what Exodus as a company decides to do in a hard fork situation you always have an maintain full control and management of your assets
.'

To learn about how to view and control your private keys inside Exodus please see this step-by-step article: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on April 01, 2017, 03:29:53 PM
1.22.0 version is out (31th March), a lot of improvements and fixes has been made:

http://i.imgur.com/78LBv34.png

As usual, the new version should come out in a couple of weeks (Apr. 14, 2017)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on April 15, 2017, 03:01:26 PM
Exodus officially welcomes Golem!

https://www.exodus.io/releases/img/01-23-0/01-23-0-portfolio.jpg


The new version should come out in 27th April, It's possible to check the full changelog (1.23.0): https://www.exodus.io/releases/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on April 25, 2017, 05:19:05 PM
There was a new small update three days ago and It included a bugfix:

Code:
BUGFIX: >10X speed improvements in Litecoin rescan.

Expect another new update in a couple of days as scheduled before.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on April 28, 2017, 07:39:18 AM
Augur has been added to the wallet, the changelog for version 1.24.0:

http://i.imgur.com/atzqCQS.png


You can now see the releases hashes and verify them: https://exodusbin.azureedge.net/releases/hashes-1.24.0.txt


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: torrentco on April 28, 2017, 11:05:13 AM
no ripple?seriously?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: 27QVUTZj8rgZP1 on April 29, 2017, 02:01:29 PM
The scariest part of this software is that it is not opensource, please correct me if I am wrong; I saw no mention of its source code.

It is beautiful, it is useful, it has a good functionality and options, it is user friendly.

And that is all, I cannot even know what it is doing in my system as there is no source. Trust it at your own risk.

I'll continue with Electrum, it is not as beautiful but at least it is as useful as Exodus; and it shows the source code (trustworthy).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on April 30, 2017, 09:39:02 AM
Jprichardson who is the Co-founder of the wallet btw has already explained on why Its not open source (yet): https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/5q7wna/jaxx_and_exodus_wallets_are_closed_source_why/



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ranlo on May 01, 2017, 01:53:19 AM
Jprichardson who is the Co-founder of the wallet btw has already explained on why Its not open source (yet): https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/5q7wna/jaxx_and_exodus_wallets_are_closed_source_why/



So it's based on income, is what it looks like he's pushing (validating the business model). But it's not entirely clear what the business model is. Is it just getting income off trading fees for conversions or are there others planned?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crazyivan on May 01, 2017, 07:18:12 AM
Excellent wallet, fast and reliable, GUI s great, ability to exchange coins as well.

The only thing which s missing is Factom support, hope to see this one added quite soon, hopefully during May.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 01, 2017, 07:34:37 AM
Excellent wallet, fast and reliable, GUI s great, ability to exchange coins as well.

The only thing which s missing is Factom support, hope to see this one added quite soon, hopefully during May.

Factom is definitely something coming, If you can check the releases page, you will see a screenshot of the wallet. Factom is listed there, so I believe they are currently testing it and should be available in future updates.

So it's based on income, is what it looks like he's pushing (validating the business model). But it's not entirely clear what the business model is. Is it just getting income off trading fees for conversions or are there others planned?

I honestly don't know but the trading is based on ShapeShift.io API so I doubt they are taking any fees from it. You could ask them on their slack, they are very active there.




Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ranlo on May 01, 2017, 04:41:23 PM
Excellent wallet, fast and reliable, GUI s great, ability to exchange coins as well.

The only thing which s missing is Factom support, hope to see this one added quite soon, hopefully during May.

Factom is definitely something coming, If you can check the releases page, you will see a screenshot of the wallet. Factom is listed there, so I believe they are currently testing it and should be available in future updates.

So it's based on income, is what it looks like he's pushing (validating the business model). But it's not entirely clear what the business model is. Is it just getting income off trading fees for conversions or are there others planned?

I honestly don't know but the trading is based on ShapeShift.io API so I doubt they are taking any fees from it. You could ask them on their slack, they are very active there.




May have to do that. ShapeShift allows for commission for those that use their API, so my assumption is this is their monetization method. But if they really need income from the project, I don't see this as being viable.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crazyivan on May 01, 2017, 06:54:28 PM
Excellent wallet, fast and reliable, GUI s great, ability to exchange coins as well.

The only thing which s missing is Factom support, hope to see this one added quite soon, hopefully during May.

Factom is definitely something coming, If you can check the releases page, you will see a screenshot of the wallet. Factom is listed there, so I believe they are currently testing it and should be available in future updates.

So it's based on income, is what it looks like he's pushing (validating the business model). But it's not entirely clear what the business model is. Is it just getting income off trading fees for conversions or are there others planned?

I honestly don't know but the trading is based on ShapeShift.io API so I doubt they are taking any fees from it. You could ask them on their slack, they are very active there.




Sure, I know it s planned to be added to Exodus. I also know this delay is not due to Exodus but caused by Factom. However, there s a big difference if it s gonna be included in May or December.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ryland R. Taylor-Almanza on May 01, 2017, 08:17:51 PM
Exodus officially welcomes Golem!

https://www.exodus.io/releases/img/01-23-0/01-23-0-portfolio.jpg


The new version should come out in 27th April, It's possible to check the full changelog (1.23.0): https://www.exodus.io/releases/
Never heard of this.
Is it like ethereum where it is offered as a smart contract or is it just another alt coin?

This is the first time I have heard of this.
Having support out of the blue from a big company like this should show it's value of being big in the future.
It must be something worth looking into further when i have time.
Thanks in advance for any advice/information on this new offering to the crytoworld.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 02, 2017, 06:35:47 PM
Never heard of this.
Is it like ethereum where it is offered as a smart contract or is it just another alt coin?

This is the first time I have heard of this.
Having support out of the blue from a big company like this should show it's value of being big in the future.
It must be something worth looking into further when i have time.
Thanks in advance for any advice/information on this new offering to the crytoworld.

You are asking about Golem or Exodus? Golem is an altcoin and It's very known, made a successful ICO and It's one of the best projects out there. As for exodus, then Its a multi-coin wallet. It didn't come from anywhere as If you check the development on the releases page, you will see that there were changelogs since late 2015.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: chitox on May 03, 2017, 01:14:31 PM
I use exodus for less than a month, it seems an incredible wallet because you can make exchanges, I showed it on my youtube channel as doing the exchanges but I exchanged 2 btc for ethers 5 hours ago and I do not receive anything and the transaction in shapeshift Appears complete. At least the exodus service answered me quickly, they are already seeing the case but mention that it may take more than a few days to respond shapeshift. This relieves a little confidence in the project I hope they solve it quickly.
 :-\


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ryland R. Taylor-Almanza on May 03, 2017, 10:46:24 PM
Never heard of this.
Is it like ethereum where it is offered as a smart contract or is it just another alt coin?

This is the first time I have heard of this.
Having support out of the blue from a big company like this should show it's value of being big in the future.
It must be something worth looking into further when i have time.
Thanks in advance for any advice/information on this new offering to the crytoworld.

You are asking about Golem or Exodus? Golem is an altcoin and It's very known, made a successful ICO and It's one of the best projects out there. As for exodus, then Its a multi-coin wallet. It didn't come from anywhere as If you check the development on the releases page, you will see that there were changelogs since late 2015.
Was asking about Golem my friend.
Haven't heard of the alt coin before and have heard about the exodus project before.
Thank you for the advice on them.
Very appreciated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on May 08, 2017, 12:52:22 PM
no ripple?seriously?
I was gonna say exactly the same thing  :'(

And they're not even on their roadmap (http://woobull.com/exodus-wallet-roadmap-a-list-of-upcoming-asset-support/)...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on May 09, 2017, 02:39:03 PM
I sent them an email and I got a reply from JP:

We have no short-term plans to add Ripple. However it is an asset we'd like to add in the future. We will email you when we support it.

That would be great!  :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 15, 2017, 08:18:36 AM
Some new major updates (Version 1.25.0):

http://i.imgur.com/iDpMW6L.png



A small updates were released on the 13th and 14th as well but Its nothing big: https://www.exodus.io/releases/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HCP on May 16, 2017, 12:24:07 PM
Posting here because the Public Slack has been closed to new subscribers...

So I downloaded Exodus, the 64 bit Windows "installer"... and ran it... without giving me ANY choices of any description (not even a cancel install box), it popped up a box saying "Installed, you can run from the icons"... well, ummm thanks??!?  ::) maybe I would have liked some input into that process... #strikeOne...

Then I tried running Exodus... and it comes up with a lovely red bar telling me that it can't connect to the P2P network... clicking on the "learn more" I am presented with a web page about opening up ports... seriously??? you want me to start opening ports for a closed source app that connects to a P2P network??!? #strikeTwo...

Ok, well let's at least see if their claims for being compatible with BIP44 are true... I'll just get the seed and put it into the BIP39 Tool... Oh... no... I won't... because you can't do any backup until after your first deposit??!? I don't even get to see what my 12 word wallet seed is, until I put money in?... #strikeThree... you're out.  :-\

For the record, I did restore a 12 word seed from another wallet... and it seems to have generated the same addresses and is showing my transaction history... so I'm guessing it is using the m/44'/0'/0'/0 derivation path like Mycelium... but I still can't use the backup as I haven't made a deposit??? Which apparently means that I can't add a password to the wallet?? ??? ??? ??? So, now my restored wallet is just sitting there without a password to protect it??!?  :o  :-\

It also shows me the first address in the wallet, as opposed to the first "unused" address when I click receive after doing a restore.

And finally, when you uninstall the app... there are no notifications or anything... and it leaves behind all your data in the %appdata% directory... including your wallet, which I presume is not password protected or encrypted if you haven't successfully managed to run the backup process...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 16, 2017, 12:52:06 PM
I sent your questions to the slack because I have access there, I will keep you updated once I get an answer (or someone from the team will answer you here).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 18, 2017, 07:16:26 AM
"This user is an advanced user. They run their own nodes, etc. They are not a good fit for the choices Exodus makes. We do not target these customers and direct them to use other products. Again, to be 100% clear, Exodus is not a good choice for them and never will be. We specifically have a very opinionated process to make it as easy as possible for new users to digital assets" -- Answer by co-founder.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HCP on May 18, 2017, 07:41:20 AM
Full credit to them for being open and honest and quick to respond. They obviously have their target audience... and I'm not it, I can respect that. ;)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: koldtoft on May 25, 2017, 01:03:18 PM
Great looking wallet..

I am running the x64 client on Windows 10 but I don't have this top menu... How do I enable it?

https://i.imgur.com/ucvug35.png


My wallet looks like this.. no menu
https://i.imgur.com/hMWqfU1.jpg

This pretty much removes all settings, since the only thing that is in the "settings" menu in the life side bar, is theme choices and an option to disable coins you don't use.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 25, 2017, 01:28:17 PM
Great looking wallet..

I am running the x64 client on Windows 10 but I don't have this top menu... How do I enable it?

This pretty much removes all settings, since the only thing that is in the "settings" menu in the life side bar, is theme choices and an option to disable coins you don't use.

The developer menu is not there by default so you need to bring it on Linux or Windows using keys: CTRL + SHIFT + D


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: koldtoft on May 25, 2017, 01:33:52 PM
The developer menu is not there by default so you need to bring it on Linux or Windows using keys: CTRL + SHIFT + D

Thank you so much.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HCP on May 27, 2017, 10:47:00 PM
Take a look at the guys deposits... 0.0008, 0.0007... even the 0.001 stuff is low. He is geting a bunch of mining "dust"... and then tries to send 0.01. Do the math, best case scenario it is likely to be a minimum of like 10 inputs required to make it up to 0.01.

10 * 148 = 1480 bytes just for inputs... add in 68 for the Receive address and Change address... + 10 for the transaction framework... = 1558 bytes... at current recommended fees of 350-400 you're looking at around 0.006 in fees for the best case...

I suspect that either you are probably running into a similar situation... after calculating the transaction fee on all your dust inputs, there isn't much left for you to actually exchange with shapeshift...

or, your "small deposit" hasn't actually confirmed yet and the wallet is only letting you convert the confirmed balance.



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on May 27, 2017, 10:58:48 PM
That appears to be the case in his (youtube miner)situation maybe, I sent the money out and ended up getting charged once, leaving $0.38 of the $2.30 I've edited myy post to reflect this. Either way the in-app FAQ is less than truthful to be kind.

Also, I only did the one deposit of $2.30 ish, Not multiple deposits.I'll post a screenshot if you want.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on May 27, 2017, 11:13:40 PM


or, your "small deposit" hasn't actually confirmed yet and the wallet is only letting you convert the confirmed balance.




Nope, everything is out now and my balance is zero.

There were 2 transactions, $2.30ish in $0.38 out.

https://ibb.co/eFZBJF


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 28, 2017, 11:25:33 AM
I'm going to transfer your concerns to the team and ask them to answer you If that helps anyway, even though I don't fully understand the problem. I will keep you updated with the staff answer (or they will post here themselves).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jp on May 28, 2017, 01:17:45 PM
@burnedbyfees:

Thank you for bringing to our attention our old and outdated FAQ question about BTC fees. If I recall correctly, that was written in 2015 and as we all know, the Bitcoin network is more congested than it was at that point. The Bitcoin network is very expensive right now.

We also have work to do to communicate this difference of available funds on the exchange section. We have made massive improvements on the send screen, which it's interesting that you left those screenshots out...

Here is the support article on the situation: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/why-is-my-available-balance-less-than-my-wallet-balance

Finally, as far as our non-existent support. I'm sorry this was your experience. Who handled your ticket? I'd like to review the correspondence.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on May 28, 2017, 02:54:56 PM
I clicked the in-app support and got something like "down for maintenance". I can't remember now because I've uninstalled the app.

Look I know what it's like to start something and ask for peoples interest and trust, and I also know there are external factors beyond your control. So if you are changing the FAQ to reflect the true cost of the fees I will delete my first post.

The main issue I had is the FAQ, but also the automatic highest fees.



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: goldenpay on May 30, 2017, 04:15:49 AM
this multi -currency wallet is good , but the sending ( miner ) fee is too high, and no way to adjust the fee...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: savioroshan on May 30, 2017, 12:04:40 PM
One of my friends recommended me to use this wallet . I havent tried this wallet yet. But going to try this wallet very soon. How about the transaction fees? Actually I am searching for a wallet with less transaction fees.  I am actually using coinbase. Now it has become impossible to use it because of its hugh transaction fees.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on May 30, 2017, 12:46:08 PM
One of my friends recommended me to use this wallet . I havent tried this wallet yet. But going to try this wallet very soon. How about the transaction fees? Actually I am searching for a wallet with less transaction fees.  I am actually using coinbase. Now it has become impossible to use it because of its hugh transaction fees.
You must know that in every transaction you will make in any kind of wallet, the more dust payments you received from anyone the higher transaction fee will be made when you are going to send to someone. So avoid receiving dust payments to prevent higher fee.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on May 30, 2017, 05:25:07 PM
this multi -currency wallet is good , but the sending ( miner ) fee is too high, and no way to adjust the fee...

I believe that a good wallet is a wallet where your transactions get confirmed fast and that's the purpose behind high fees. It definitely won't hurt to set dynamic fees though.

One of my friends recommended me to use this wallet . I havent tried this wallet yet. But going to try this wallet very soon. How about the transaction fees? Actually I am searching for a wallet with less transaction fees.  I am actually using coinbase. Now it has become impossible to use it because of its hugh transaction fees.
You must know that in every transaction you will make in any kind of wallet, the more dust payments you received from anyone the higher transaction fee will be made when you are going to send to someone. So avoid receiving dust payments to prevent higher fee.

Exodus > Coinbase, at any time. For the simple reason that you don't really control your private keys with coinbase, not to mention the issues they are having with the IRS and the ridiculous needed verification when you want to use their exchange.



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on May 30, 2017, 11:20:43 PM
It's a good looking and easy to use wallet with a low footprint but the fees are high, with no way to choose.

The FAQ is out of date, which led me to think I may have been scammed when the fee was much higher than expected, but in retrospect it appears I may have been too critical.

I may give it another try, if you try it, it's not worth it for any amount under $20, as a not insignificant chunk of it will be eaten by fees. I'd say it's only for people making larger transactions $50-100+


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: atricoz on June 01, 2017, 07:15:36 PM
Is it possible to sign/verify a message with Exodus Wallet? Can't find this option  ???


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 02, 2017, 09:12:13 AM
Is it possible to sign/verify a message with Exodus Wallet? Can't find this option  ???

No that's not currently possible however you can always export your private keys and do whatever you want with them. (signing messages by importing them somewhere else etc.). The wallet is not really for advanced users, not everyone knows what signing and verifying messages is, Its mostly for the newbie users that don't really know much about the technical stuff in bitcoin.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LeGaulois on June 03, 2017, 01:59:27 PM
Hi

Can you tell me if all cryptos listed in this pic is accurate or there are others that are not present on the picture. And are they planning to add more in a near future ? This wallet look good and UI is nice I am ready to give it a try to this multi crypto wallet
https://www.exodus.io/img/exodus-portfolio-2017@2x.jpg


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 04, 2017, 07:36:58 AM
Hi

Can you tell me if all cryptos listed in this pic is accurate or there are others that are not present on the picture. And are they planning to add more in a near future ? This wallet look good and UI is nice I am ready to give it a try to this multi crypto wallet


The picture is very accurate however as you can see, Factom is planned for Q2 2017 (next a few weeks/months) and yes, they have plans to add more coins in the upcoming updates. I have posted the roadmap on the OP too: http://woobull.com/exodus-wallet-roadmap-a-list-of-upcoming-asset-support/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Qunenin on June 04, 2017, 11:30:54 AM
Couple of quick questions.  These may have been answered in the pages, but all I had time to do was read the OP and scan a few pages.  Basically all of the questions have to do with updates to the wallet software.  First, if you release a new version does the wallet check for that and either offer an upgrade or auto upgrade. The other questions all stem from that point.  I had a piece of software that had shapeshift involved and it worked well, but I that shaftshape changed their API shortly after their launch and the software stopped working with that service.  They didn't mention an upgrade, but I looked at the site and found one, installed it and the data that was with the old suite never integrated. 


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mrayazgul on June 04, 2017, 01:04:10 PM
That appears to be the case in his (youtube miner)situation maybe, I sent the money out and ended up getting charged once, leaving $0.38 of the $2.30 I've edited myy post to reflect this. Either way the in-app FAQ is less than truthful to be kind.

Also, I only did the one deposit of $2.30 ish, Not multiple deposits.I'll post a screenshot if you want.

It was a series of painful crap to get everything working again with the same account details.  In the same vane, if you add or remove new coins, will the software just know that or will some upgrading need to be done.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on June 04, 2017, 01:15:48 PM
I stopped using this wallet when I couldn't manage to set my own custom fees.

From time to time I receive some dust amounts of BTC and because of that, I end up having to pay a lot on fees when I want to move my money to another wallet. To avoid paying 50% of the value in fees because of the large number of inputs, I occasionally send all my Bitcoins to another address with a very low fee to make them one big output to be used in my new address.

And that is the problem... I can't do that on Exodus because I can't customize my fees to be lower than the recommended.

Make this feature available on Exodus and I will make sure to use your wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 04, 2017, 03:08:20 PM
I stopped using this wallet when I couldn't manage to set my own custom fees.

From time to time I receive some dust amounts of BTC and because of that, I end up having to pay a lot on fees when I want to move my money to another wallet. To avoid paying 50% of the value in fees because of the large number of inputs, I occasionally send all my Bitcoins to another address with a very low fee to make them one big output to be used in my new address.

And that is the problem... I can't do that on Exodus because I can't customize my fees to be lower than the recommended.

Make this feature available on Exodus and I will make sure to use your wallet.

You can contact the team from the slack channel I posted on OP and suggest whatever you like, I'm not a team member.

Couple of quick questions.  These may have been answered in the pages, but all I had time to do was read the OP and scan a few pages.  Basically all of the questions have to do with updates to the wallet software.  First, if you release a new version does the wallet check for that and either offer an upgrade or auto upgrade. The other questions all stem from that point.  I had a piece of software that had shapeshift involved and it worked well, but I that shaftshape changed their API shortly after their launch and the software stopped working with that service.  They didn't mention an upgrade, but I looked at the site and found one, installed it and the data that was with the old suite never integrated. 

I'm not sure about your first question, I will ask the team and get back to you. As for the second, I have no idea what you are talking about "piece of software"  ??? If you have another software using the ShapeShift API then this has nothing to do with the wallet and your question is irrelevant.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: dinero-por-internet on June 04, 2017, 03:35:31 PM
im have 0.00637 btc (16 USD) in my Exodus Wallet but
available for send only 4.28 USD.What happens ?
why are they are due so extremely high?
https://picload.org/image/ricgicii/exo1.jpg
https://picload.org/image/ricgiciw/exo2.jpg





Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 04, 2017, 04:41:48 PM
im have 0.00637 btc (16 USD) in my Exodus Wallet but
available for send only 4.28 USD.What happens ?
why are they are due so extremely high?
https://picload.org/image/ricgicii/exo1.jpg
https://picload.org/image/ricgiciw/exo2.jpg

It's because one of the two:

1. Unconfirmed transactions you already have.
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: dinero-por-internet on June 04, 2017, 05:19:11 PM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.

This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: BitcoinsGreat on June 04, 2017, 05:38:54 PM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.

This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??

I like suites like the AIO Burstcoin wallet because all they have really done is package a website within a form as an application.  That means that all they have to do is change their website or the pages that are displayed and everyone is up to date. 


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: cluit on June 04, 2017, 05:41:19 PM
One of my friends recommended me to use this wallet . I havent tried this wallet yet. But going to try this wallet very soon. How about the transaction fees? Actually I am searching for a wallet with less transaction fees.  I am actually using coinbase. Now it has become impossible to use it because of its hugh transaction fees.

I actually started doing that myself with some apps.  What interests me with yours is the integration of multi coins, which is not really new, and the integration of some type of exchange.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HCP on June 05, 2017, 01:17:53 AM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.
This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??
Take your wallet words/seed and use it to restore your wallet in an application that allows more control over fees and send from there[1]. You are not 'stuck' with Exodus... assuming they use the same Derivation Path for their wallet. I can't tell, because:

a. the app is closed source
and
b. because I couldn't get to see my wallet words, as Exodus will only allow you to backup your wallet once you receive some money...

so I don't even know if the wallet words/seeds from Exodus will generate the same keys/addresses when used with another wallet. I would hope they use BIP44. Can anyone confirm?


[1]NOTE: if you choose to ignore suggestions for recommended fees, chances are your transaction will get stuck...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: coin_curious on June 05, 2017, 03:10:01 PM

actualy, its not that good for long time storage. not that good for people trying to make small investments.

It is just realy easy to use. and if you do not mind paying premium transaction fees, for fast exchanges and transactions, it is a realy good Wallet.




Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 05, 2017, 03:29:57 PM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.

This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??

Well, Its because you are receiving too many small transactions as I said earlier. Exodus doesn't allow dynamic fees but Electrum does. If you really want the ability to change fees to a lower option then go with Electrum. Exodus is not meant for advanced users, Its for the new crypto currency users that are looking for a convenient way to store their assets and move them around.






Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: angelitomdq on June 06, 2017, 01:24:57 AM
Hi, I'm new, they know if I can use exodus to mine, that the ethermine pool send my payments to my wallet in exodus. it's possible?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HCP on June 06, 2017, 04:52:01 AM
Hi, I'm new, they know if I can use exodus to mine, that the ethermine pool send my payments to my wallet in exodus. it's possible?
If you want to send mining output to a wallet... make sure you set the withdraw limit to be high. Otherwise you will end up like all these other people complaining about having to spend $10 on fees to send $40. Getting lots of small payments results in increased transaction size when you go to send and then you get slammed with massive fees.

Not sure what constitutes small amounts for ETH, but for BTC you want to set your withdraw to like 0.01


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 06, 2017, 07:49:20 AM
I was reading about the fork which should happen in August, what about Exodus and the UASF?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: angelitomdq on June 06, 2017, 11:16:51 AM
I was reading about the fork which should happen in August, what about Exodus and the UASF?
Hi thanks for your reply, if it is clear that small amounts is not convenient for the fee but I just wanted to know if it was possible to use exodus as minning wallet, because I had selected coinbase but it does not seem to accept eth from mined. Thank you


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 06, 2017, 05:56:28 PM
I was reading about the fork which should happen in August, what about Exodus and the UASF?

They already made an article about this: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/does-exodus-support-bip148-and-the-uasf


Hi thanks for your reply, if it is clear that small amounts is not convenient for the fee but I just wanted to know if it was possible to use exodus as minning wallet, because I had selected coinbase but it does not seem to accept eth from mined. Thank you

I asked the co-founder and here is his answer:

"We have users getting paid from mining pools just fine. However, as we have no idea how payouts are coming in from every possible source we can not be positive. So try with small amounts first.
Exodus today does not recognize ETH payments coming from a contract. That may be the same thing as Coinbase. As always, money is never lost since you have the private keys but more of a display and does Exodus recognize this crazy formatted transaction."


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: angelitomdq on June 06, 2017, 09:40:33 PM
I was reading about the fork which should happen in August, what about Exodus and the UASF?

They already made an article about this: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/does-exodus-support-bip148-and-the-uasf


Hi thanks for your reply, if it is clear that small amounts is not convenient for the fee but I just wanted to know if it was possible to use exodus as minning wallet, because I had selected coinbase but it does not seem to accept eth from mined. Thank you

I asked the co-founder and here is his answer:

"We have users getting paid from mining pools just fine. However, as we have no idea how payouts are coming in from every possible source we can not be positive. So try with small amounts first.
Exodus today does not recognize ETH payments coming from a contract. That may be the same thing as Coinbase. As always, money is never lost since you have the private keys but more of a display and does Exodus recognize this crazy formatted transaction."
Thank you very much for your help, probe with coinbase and there was no problem, the pool paid me .15 eth and instantly appeared the transaction in my coinbase wallet, now I'm mining towards exodus, if everything comes out well I'll tell you if someone it serves. regards


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: msakr on June 08, 2017, 09:50:09 AM
Hi All

Was looking to migrate from Jaxx to Exodus as Jaxx has issues with Dash coins these days on Mac at least and where the app freezes and does not initialize the wallet or balance. So looked for an alternative and stumbled upon Exodus.
Now everything was fine except that here they have a bug too, on the McOS latest 1.26.2 release, ETH shows only 1 address when exported out of guess 13 possible.. anyways, this results of missing reflected funds in my wallet, as I see those in the EBC..
I sent support a message, hope to see what they reply if they cope with load..
On the other hand, guys you need to monetize on this to cope with load or get VCs on board otherwise a negative brand/product perception will hit you hard or at least hamper your window of opportunity growth..

MS

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Update, after support responded, (thank you Faris), looks like this is a Jaxx issue, as they need to drop the HD functionalities and support ETH hierarchical structure with a single "Genesis" ETH address 
if you have Jaxx, be aware of that design issue:  https://www.ethnews.com/jaxx-to-abandon-ethereum-hierarchical-deterministic-structure-and-embrace-more-erc20-tokens
The workaround is to transfer to your main first/Genesis ETH address any balance from other ones Jaxx created.. and stick to that address for ETH


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: dE7ERV on June 08, 2017, 08:22:42 PM
I think i'm missing here.

The Exodus wallet doesn't rely on downloading the blockchain - meaning no need to download the blockchain.
How is this archieved vs the normal wallets from the coins themselves?

I thought that the blockchain was required to work with the currency?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: fireball4 on June 08, 2017, 09:15:41 PM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.

This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??
Well it depends on how many transactions you have received in the particular address that you are trying to send your bitcoins from. The more separate transactions your wallet has the bigger the fee is going to be in order to send it over. If all the transactions were really small, it is possible that you have to pay 11 dollars for 4 dollar transaction now. It would be easier to decide that if you could tell the address from which you are trying to send it.

I have been using exodus for a while, and never had any ridiculous fees or any other troubles. I think the highest fee that I have ever paid was like 2 dollars or something. If you want to avoid it then just use a wallet that allows you to change the fee, though do it at your own risk as it might lead your transaction to never get confirmed.

I think i'm missing here.

The Exodus wallet doesn't rely on downloading the blockchain - meaning no need to download the blockchain.
How is this archieved vs the normal wallets from the coins themselves?

I thought that the blockchain was required to work with the currency?
You are wrong. The wallet relies on the blockchain, it just doesn't need to download it. The blockchain is required because exodus is an online desktop wallet. At the time you launch it, it connects to the internet and basically acts as a regular online wallet like for example blockchain.info.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: dE7ERV on June 08, 2017, 11:09:55 PM
I think i'm missing here.

The Exodus wallet doesn't rely on downloading the blockchain - meaning no need to download the blockchain.
How is this archieved vs the normal wallets from the coins themselves?

I thought that the blockchain was required to work with the currency?
You are wrong. The wallet relies on the blockchain, it just doesn't need to download it. The blockchain is required because exodus is an online desktop wallet. At the time you launch it, it connects to the internet and basically acts as a regular online wallet like for example blockchain.info.

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I thought so.. Thanks for the clarification, man!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 09, 2017, 10:08:33 AM
The new version is out, changelogs:

http://i.imgur.com/0KRO5EH.png

The next update should be in two weeks (22th June).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: angelitomdq on June 09, 2017, 12:14:30 PM
The new version is out, changelogs:

http://i.imgur.com/0KRO5EH.png

The next update should be in two weeks (22th June).
have automatic update?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 09, 2017, 02:06:11 PM
I don't think so, at least for the Mac version you have to download the new version and just replace the old one.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jaminben on June 09, 2017, 02:19:02 PM
Quote
2. Fees (which means you received a lot of small/micro payments) which resulted into having a big transaction size => higher fees.

This is a rob,pay 11 usd for send 4 usd ? Im receive all days 2.40 usd in this Wallet and now im what can im do for save my money here ??
Well it depends on how many transactions you have received in the particular address that you are trying to send your bitcoins from. The more separate transactions your wallet has the bigger the fee is going to be in order to send it over. If all the transactions were really small, it is possible that you have to pay 11 dollars for 4 dollar transaction now. It would be easier to decide that if you could tell the address from which you are trying to send it.

I have been using exodus for a while, and never had any ridiculous fees or any other troubles. I think the highest fee that I have ever paid was like 2 dollars or something. If you want to avoid it then just use a wallet that allows you to change the fee, though do it at your own risk as it might lead your transaction to never get confirmed.

I think i'm missing here.

The Exodus wallet doesn't rely on downloading the blockchain - meaning no need to download the blockchain.
How is this archieved vs the normal wallets from the coins themselves?

I thought that the blockchain was required to work with the currency?
You are wrong. The wallet relies on the blockchain, it just doesn't need to download it. The blockchain is required because exodus is an online desktop wallet. At the time you launch it, it connects to the internet and basically acts as a regular online wallet like for example blockchain.info.


Hi new to all this so excuse the dumb question... so I'm mining Ethereum and transferring the minimum amount that I'm allowed to (0.05 Eth) each day into my wallet whilst I learn the ropes. Does this then mean that even though I store up several days worth of Eth (say $60) I would still be charged a higher rate due to the smaller initial transactions? If this is the case would I be better off using another wallet to take the initial smaller transactions and then transfer one large amount to another wallet and the use built in exchange? or have I got the wrong end of the stick completely?

Many Thanks

Ben


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 09, 2017, 02:36:22 PM
have automatic update?

Not at the moment,no. You need to download the latest version and simply install it like you did with the previous ones. It's okay, It will overwrite the old files and you won't suffer any losses. It's important to have the passphrase though, just in case.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: CyberKuro on June 09, 2017, 04:02:06 PM
Interesting wallet with multifunction features, and we could convert between bitcoin-altcoins instantly?
Is this wallet support multisend function? Such as blockchain but they have disabled it.
Waiting for anyone to reply.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: vilpil on June 09, 2017, 04:37:21 PM
hey, anyone. had any problems with the wallet. I think this is unstable, i update wallet today. And send some coins to it. now ive got home and having problesm opening it. When i enter the password it keeps unlocking for ever, but nothings happening. When i try to enter 12 word phrase its just does nothing. after i/if recover funds would not trust this wallet ever again.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jennywhzz on June 09, 2017, 05:28:30 PM
I don't think so, at least for the Mac version you have to download the new version and just replace the old one.

It is getting to the point where you have to have ten apps installed to deal with all of the Crypto action, that and have five different sites open at the same time.  A nice little piece of software that covers two or three jobs would be awesome.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 09, 2017, 07:17:00 PM
Does anyone know if they'll ever add the 2FA?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mfearby on June 10, 2017, 01:20:45 AM
I installed this wallet program recently, it seems really good. If I could offer some suggestions for new features down the track:

  • Ability to set an extra PIN which must be entered before every transaction and accessing the backup screen (which would mean it's safer to leave the app open all the time)
  • Support for other real-world currencies (specifically, I'm interested in Australian dollars)
  • History graphs plotting the value of each currency's worth over time?
  • Show the dollar value of each currency as well as the units at the same time on the Portfolio screen
  • Skins are nice but many of them look the same to me; maybe replace a few dark skins with some other, lighter ones?

Keep up the good work. It's a great program.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crazyivan on June 10, 2017, 07:18:31 AM
Really great program and very simple to use. After they add Factom and up their security option, it might become preferable choice for most of users.
However 2FA and withdrawal lock address is a must have, the second option is not that hard to implement so I d suggest Exodus to do so.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: CryptosapienZA on June 10, 2017, 12:18:20 PM
Got introduced to this wallet a week ago. I love it. My problem is that the Shapeshift exhange , it is down for maintanance all the time.



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Luca1981 on June 10, 2017, 01:27:01 PM
Hello gus , are important '' exoport private keys'' or not ?
Thanks in advance


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 11, 2017, 11:09:19 AM
Hello gus , are important '' exoport private keys'' or not ?
Thanks in advance

If you are asking If there is the ability to export private keys then yes, you can do that from the developer menu by doing: CTRL + SHIFT + D. A menu should appear and give you multiple features and exporting your keys is one of them.

Got introduced to this wallet a week ago. I love it. My problem is that the Shapeshift exhange , it is down for maintanance all the time.

I believe this issue was never reported before, at least not lately. If you could give me the error message you was getting? Or it could be indeed that ShapeShift had a maintenance but not sure, since I didn't see any announcements about it.




The questions and suggestions given above will be answered once I get an answer from the founders of the wallet. I sent everything.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 11, 2017, 12:22:09 PM
If you are asking If there is the ability to export private keys then yes, you can do that from the developer menu by doing: CTRL + SHIFT + D. A menu should appear and give you multiple features and exporting your keys is one of them.
But exactly why and when should we export the private keys?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on June 11, 2017, 12:43:51 PM
If you are asking If there is the ability to export private keys then yes, you can do that from the developer menu by doing: CTRL + SHIFT + D. A menu should appear and give you multiple features and exporting your keys is one of them.
But exactly why and when should we export the private keys?
When: Its recommended after you installed the software (exudos) on your device (Computer)
Why: Because its really important to have a copy/backup on it to prove that you are the owner of the address.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Artichaud on June 11, 2017, 01:49:14 PM
hi,

i have a question regarding the 'backup' . it says the backup automatically save few minutes ago , but is it backup locally or on the cloud? do i have to request a backup link each time a backup is done automatically? im confuse how this works.

thanks


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mrjakel87 on June 12, 2017, 09:38:58 AM
Some guys in this thread are talking about avoiding dust payment to get a lower fee. But how do you avoid dust payments? What to do? I am new to this, and my fees (in jaxx wallet) are extremely high (around 25$).

I am looking for a solution, and was wondering, can exodus solve my fee problem?

I am mostly using shapeshifting

Thanxx


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 12, 2017, 01:54:46 PM
I got an answer regarding all the suggestions and questions given above:

http://i.imgur.com/A5Sk8f2.png



Some guys in this thread are talking about avoiding dust payment to get a lower fee. But how do you avoid dust payments? What to do? I am new to this, and my fees (in jaxx wallet) are extremely high (around 25$).

I am looking for a solution, and was wondering, can exodus solve my fee problem?

I am mostly using shapeshifting

Thanxx

No wallet could fix this for you sadly. If you want to fix this then you need to start accepting bigger payments. If you are getting them from a faucet or something, then keep them on the site until you have a decent amount then withdraw everything instead of withdrawing small amounts of a hourly or daily basis.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mrjakel87 on June 12, 2017, 10:06:42 PM
ok, thanks. I think that I've fixed my problem with extremely high fees. In Jaxx I just reset'd my cache, so that the transaction history was deleted. Seems like it changed some, now I "only" paid a 2-3$. Much better than my 25-30$ before that. I don't know if it payed also for my old transactions, or what happened (any suggestions?), but know it seems like my problem was solved



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: topgeek on June 12, 2017, 10:29:16 PM
Can a user mine directly to Exodus?

for some reason Jaxx says do not mine directly to their wallet (which I really do not understand - are they saying don't use addresses with large numbers of transactions?)

thanks in advance.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Pavlentiy_ukr on June 12, 2017, 11:01:46 PM
Has anybody used the latest (1.27.3) wallet update? I cannot connect to my wallet anymore (persistent "Loading"). The same story is with recovery :(


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: MR1 on June 13, 2017, 11:27:24 AM
Can a user mine directly to Exodus?

for some reason Jaxx says do not mine directly to their wallet (which I really do not understand - are they saying don't use addresses with large numbers of transactions?)

thanks in advance.

You can`t mine with Exodus.

To mine coins you need full nodes. Exodus and Jaxx are light wallets and thus do not mine.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: MA3A on June 14, 2017, 05:20:53 AM
are there any plans on adding more coins to wallet? say ZEC?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: cafucafucafu on June 14, 2017, 05:40:06 AM
are there any plans on adding more coins to wallet? say ZEC?

There really isn't much point at all for them to keep adding new coins - unless a coin is extremely popular of course. Not only will this clutter up their clean and simple interface with unnecessary assets it'll also mean that they are supporting shitcoins which personally i don't think is right. But ZCash in my opinion is worth a try, although by using their client you'll be sacrificing a bit of privacy.


Does anyone know whether you can send a bitcoin transaction with a custom fee? Curretnly it seems like the fees are a bit steep, or is that per kb?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jorneyflair on June 14, 2017, 06:02:53 AM
This is definitely one of my favourite wallets to use, just so simple yet so many functions. It's so nice for a wallet to be able to fetch each of the prices of assets you hold for you, and at the same time let you store your own private keys on your own computer. This is the sort of applications that needs to appear more frequently on the market for cryptos to be successful

Is it just me, or is the shapeshift rates significantly better on exodus than on the actual site as well? Maybe it's because transaction fees are mitigated this way?

Does anyone know whether you can send a bitcoin transaction with a custom fee? Curretnly it seems like the fees are a bit steep, or is that per kb?

I'm pretty sure that fees that are shown to you when you go to the send page is per kB. I never really sent bitcoin with Exodus, only Ethereum and XMR so i don't know(for bitcoin i have other wallets). But 0.0038~ BTC per transaction isn't that bad even if it's not per kB, its just how things are atm.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 14, 2017, 06:52:14 AM
Not only will this clutter up their clean and simple interface with unnecessary assets
You can choose which assets you wanna see in your wallet: for example I have no Augur so I didn't check their box so I don't see them. Also I don't understand how Zcash would be a shitcoin...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 15, 2017, 12:33:54 PM
Has anybody used the latest (1.27.3) wallet update? I cannot connect to my wallet anymore (persistent "Loading"). The same story is with recovery :(

I'm sorry for the late reply, here you go:

http://i.imgur.com/9iZ9z9l.png

The links on the picture:

1. http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over
2. http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-restore-from-my-12-word-phrase



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 17, 2017, 04:23:58 PM
Does anybody know if they're gonna add ETC with the June 22nd release?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 17, 2017, 04:48:01 PM
Does anybody know if they're gonna add ETC with the June 22nd release?

It's very unlikely for the next release I'd say. Usually, the upcoming coins should be visible in the screenshots posted in the release page, the one visible there is DECRED at the moment and It's not available on this version so I believe they are doing tests on it. It should be available on one of the next releases.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 17, 2017, 04:52:06 PM
Ah ok, I was asking because on the roadmap (http://woobull.com/exodus-wallet-roadmap-a-list-of-upcoming-asset-support/) I read "Exodus moved ETC from undecided to planned status in June 2017."


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: cafucafucafu on June 18, 2017, 03:52:36 AM
Are you able to send ethereum assets to an exodus wallet?

I know that they don't support assets such as Quantum Resistant Ledger on their wallet directly but i'm wondering if you can send it to your wallet, and somehow it'll show up in a separate balance because you own your own private keys with Exodus. Probably not, but just putting it out there anyways, might have a chance that this is possible somehow.

Apart from this, i've been using Exodus flawlessly for a few months now. Never had a problem with them, and the syncing process that altcoin wallets require is just too long for most average bitcoiners. Definitely worth a go for anyone looking for a light client that you still have control over.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 18, 2017, 08:18:41 AM
Are you able to send ethereum assets to an exodus wallet?

I know that they don't support assets such as Quantum Resistant Ledger on their wallet directly but i'm wondering if you can send it to your wallet, and somehow it'll show up in a separate balance because you own your own private keys with Exodus. Probably not, but just putting it out there anyways, might have a chance that this is possible somehow.

Apart from this, i've been using Exodus flawlessly for a few months now. Never had a problem with them, and the syncing process that altcoin wallets require is just too long for most average bitcoiners. Definitely worth a go for anyone looking for a light client that you still have control over.

I believe It's possible to store them on any ethereum address and as long as you control the private keys, you should be fine and in order to see the balance of each asset, you could use Myetherwallet https://www.myetherwallet.com/#view-wallet-info and then select "View the address only". I can check this for you with the team If you want, I personally wouldn't recommend until they actually start supporting that specific asset, just to avoid issues.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SONG GEET on June 18, 2017, 06:22:53 PM
Are you able to send ethereum assets to an exodus wallet?
Exodus doesn't give you full control over your ETH so you can't get private key of your ETH addresses. You have to either wait till the exodus team will add tokens/assets manually in their platform which is quite unlikely for right now or you have to use other wallet like jaxx which gives you private key of your ETH address which you can use in myetherwallet.com to see and move all assets/tokens sent to that ETH address.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on June 18, 2017, 11:56:57 PM
Are you able to send ethereum assets to an exodus wallet?
Exodus doesn't give you full control over your ETH so you can't get private key of your ETH addresses. You have to either wait till the exodus team will add tokens/assets manually in their platform which is quite unlikely for right now or you have to use other wallet like jaxx which gives you private key of your ETH address which you can use in myetherwallet.com to see and move all assets/tokens sent to that ETH address.

This is entirely incorrect.  You absolutely control the private key and can import it into MEW to see and send any tokens attached to the address.

Here are the instructions:

http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: DrMsEr on June 20, 2017, 07:41:33 AM
Great looking wallet..

I am running the x64 client on Windows 10 but I don't have this top menu... How do I enable it?

This pretty much removes all settings, since the only thing that is in the "settings" menu in the life side bar, is theme choices and an option to disable coins you don't use.

The developer menu is not there by default so you need to bring it on Linux or Windows using keys: CTRL + SHIFT + D

You cant export your private keys, i tried doing by going to developer option and then assets and then bitcoin, but all i can export is bitcoin address... even if you click export private key or address the output is same, only address is exported.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 20, 2017, 08:36:02 AM
You cant export your private keys, i tried doing by going to developer option and then assets and then bitcoin, but all i can export is bitcoin address... even if you click export private key or address the output is same, only address is exported.

This is a bug from 1.27, It should be fixed on the next update (this Thursday). You still can downgrade to 1.26 and export your private keys in the meantime If you want to otherwise just wait for the next in a couple of days.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: MakingBank on June 20, 2017, 06:48:58 PM
Would it be safe to keep my bitcoin in to exodus wallet during the hard fork ?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 20, 2017, 07:06:02 PM
Would it be safe to keep my bitcoin in to exodus wallet during the hard fork ?

You can find more info regarding UASF here: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/does-exodus-support-bip148-and-the-uasf

It's worth mentioning that UASF may not be needed at this point because SegWit2X could get activated in the next a few days by looking at the hashing power they currently have.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: squatz1 on June 21, 2017, 01:24:30 AM
Do you ever think they're going to turn into one of those exchanges that's going to accept a ton more alt-coins, like maybe even the amount of altcoins that are on shapeshift or changelly or one of those sites? Like I do have exodus and use it at the moment, but I'd only really like to use it for the smaller cap coins that I own and are taking a big dice role on seeing if I can make some money out of it.

I know you're not related to the team in the least, but I did think this was worth a shot at seeing.

Thanks!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 21, 2017, 07:19:01 AM
Do you ever think they're going to turn into one of those exchanges that's going to accept a ton more alt-coins, like maybe even the amount of altcoins that are on shapeshift or changelly or one of those sites? Like I do have exodus and use it at the moment, but I'd only really like to use it for the smaller cap coins that I own and are taking a big dice role on seeing if I can make some money out of it.

I know you're not related to the team in the least, but I did think this was worth a shot at seeing.

Thanks!

You can see the roadmap on the OP, there is definitely more tokens and coins coming to the wallet this year (in addition to hardware wallets support etc.) as for the exchange part, exodus uses ShapeShift API, so unless both coins X/Y exists on ShapeShift, they won't be added.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: asu on June 21, 2017, 10:14:53 AM
Yeah just some ask if it's safe to store our bitcoin with there exchanges. Hope it is and have some nice features


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 21, 2017, 02:03:57 PM
Yeah just some ask if it's safe to store our bitcoin with there exchanges. Hope it is and have some nice features

You use the exchange only while trading and the funds are not in an exchange, they are in your wallet and you are the only one controlling them. It's possible to export your private keys and they are never sent to the servers.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: neil_parmar on June 22, 2017, 10:01:50 AM
Hi there, I made an exchange transfer of ripple to Etherum using Changelly.
I entered my etherum receieved address from my exodus wallet. The transaction was successful however, its been 2 days since it was made and the transaction is still outstanding on my exodus wallet?
I've tried to refresh the page on my etherum wallet to rescan the block chain but it didnt pick anything up yet?

Can you please advise ASAP? I love love the exodus wallet but im a little woried now- thinking of moving my wallet if this issue still is inherent and not resolved? I have sent 2 emails to your support email address over the space of 48hrs and still no reply? 

Thanks


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 22, 2017, 10:16:10 AM
Hi there, I made an exchange transfer of ripple to Etherum using Changelly.
I entered my etherum receieved address from my exodus wallet. The transaction was successful however, its been 2 days since it was made and the transaction is still outstanding on my exodus wallet?
I've tried to refresh the page on my etherum wallet to rescan the block chain but it didnt pick anything up yet?

Can you please advise ASAP? I love love the exodus wallet but im a little woried now- thinking of moving my wallet if this issue still is inherent and not resolved? I have sent 2 emails to your support email address over the space of 48hrs and still no reply?  

Thanks


I will try to let the developers know about your issue. If you could just please post your TXID, It could be a great help. I've read that ethereum network is currently having a lot of traffic by the way so this might be the problem.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 23, 2017, 07:01:23 AM
The new version is now out, DECRED got added and the bug of exporting private keys has been fixed. The full changelog:

http://i.imgur.com/FqEd13U.png

As usual, expect another update within two weeks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on June 24, 2017, 02:57:07 AM
Nice update from the dev, maybe I will update it later.
But it is much better if they add dynamic fees in making transaction for bitcoin. Because there are issues and instances when sending, they get too huge for a transaction fee since exodus generate the tx fee itself when sending.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on June 24, 2017, 02:56:35 PM
Nice update from the dev, maybe I will update it later.
But it is much better if they add dynamic fees in making transaction for bitcoin. Because there are issues and instances when sending, they get too huge for a transaction fee since exodus generate the tx fee itself when sending.
I was going to suggest them to do the same since this is the same reason I stopped using Exodus.

But after reading their FAQ at http://support.exodus.io/help_center, looks like they are not planning to do so because they say most users of Exodus are 100% new to blockchain assets and not technical. So, users would put a very low fee without the understanding this could cause the transaction to not be delivered.

Quote
If being able to manually set a low fee is important to you Exodus is not a good software choice and we encourage you to use other bitcoin wallets. The good news is there are a lot of highly technical BTC wallets much better than Exodus in this regard. Electron is awesome for highly technical details like this. With the current market reach of Exodus this will not be a focus for our company anytime soon.
Source: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-does-exodus-calculate-fees


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 24, 2017, 03:35:22 PM
But after reading their FAQ at http://support.exodus.io/help_center, looks like they are not planning to do so because they say most users of Exodus are 100% new to blockchain assets and not technical. So, users would put a very low fee without the understanding this could cause the transaction to not be delivered.

Quote
If being able to manually set a low fee is important to you Exodus is not a good software choice and we encourage you to use other bitcoin wallets. The good news is there are a lot of highly technical BTC wallets much better than Exodus in this regard. Electron is awesome for highly technical details like this. With the current market reach of Exodus this will not be a focus for our company anytime soon.
Source: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-does-exodus-calculate-fees
I hope they're gonna change their mind about this, I used Electrum as my first wallet and despite the fact it was something completely new to me I found it super easy to choose the fee...

Right now I switched to Exodus because I can store different values and usually I hold, so I don't need to move the coins often.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 25, 2017, 07:30:34 AM
I can't say that they won't add this for sure but like TryNinja quoted, they pretty much have no plans for this yet. The priority right now is to support multiple currencies and also fix bugs, and make it as easier as possible to use the wallet and have the best experience, they are not targeting advanced users but that could change over the next a few months/years.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: DrMsEr on June 25, 2017, 07:41:54 AM
How Exodus team earn from this wallet? Dont get me wrong but i want to ask how tey are benefitted from this project and what dives them(team) to pool their hard work to make this wallet.

PS: The wallet is damm'n cool and i am using it :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 25, 2017, 07:28:26 PM
How Exodus team earn from this wallet? Dont get me wrong but i want to ask how tey are benefitted from this project and what dives them(team) to pool their hard work to make this wallet.

PS: The wallet is damm'n cool and i am using it :)

The exodus team earn from the fees (of exchanges between the multiple currencies and not while sending).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: aesma on June 27, 2017, 09:00:10 AM
Hello. I came here to ask for the addition of the Euro currency (as USD is meaningless to me) and see that the latest upgrade has brought just that, the team is reading my thoughts or what ?

Have a good one !


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: freeyourmind on June 27, 2017, 05:12:40 PM
I just started using this wallet a week ago.  The interface looks nice and easy to use.

What is the fee structure for exchanging one crypto for another?  For example, converting Bitcoin to Ethereum, or vise versa?

Thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 27, 2017, 06:14:20 PM
I just started using this wallet a week ago.  The interface looks nice and easy to use.

What is the fee structure for exchanging one crypto for another?  For example, converting Bitcoin to Ethereum, or vise versa?

Thanks.

I don't really use the wallet for exchanging assets but the fees are not something fixed I believe. Exodus simply use ShapeShift API so everything comes from there and you can see their fees here: https://shapeshift.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202585602-What-s-your-fee-structure-


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: powrslave on June 28, 2017, 02:03:29 AM
wallet does not allow me to send ETH out of it
Transaction error: broadcastTx error: undefined: request to https://api.etherscan.io/api?address=xxx&module=proxy&action=eth_getCode failed, reason: connect ETIMEDOUT 34.205.51.152:443

1.28.1

rescanned block twice


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: freeyourmind on June 28, 2017, 02:12:05 AM
I just started using this wallet a week ago.  The interface looks nice and easy to use.

What is the fee structure for exchanging one crypto for another?  For example, converting Bitcoin to Ethereum, or vise versa?

Thanks.

I don't really use the wallet for exchanging assets but the fees are not something fixed I believe. Exodus simply use ShapeShift API so everything comes from there and you can see their fees here: https://shapeshift.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202585602-What-s-your-fee-structure-

Awesome thanks.  So the fee is just embedded in the exchange rates and approximately 0.5% for anyone that's interested.  Not bad.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 28, 2017, 05:40:23 PM
Guys, I was trying to claim the Lumens using a Bitcoin wallet (link (https://www.stellar.org/lumens/bitcoin-lumen-program/)) but it's asking to sign a message with my Bitcoin address: I've never done that, is it possible to do it with Exodus?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on June 28, 2017, 05:41:45 PM
Guys, I was trying to claim the Lumens using a Bitcoin wallet (link (https://www.stellar.org/lumens/bitcoin-lumen-program/)) but it's asking to sign a message with my Bitcoin address: I've never done that, is it possible to do it with Exodus?

No, you will need to export the private key to a wallet that supports signing such as bitcoin-qt, armory, or electrum.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 28, 2017, 06:02:25 PM
No, you will need to export the private key to a wallet that supports signing such as bitcoin-qt, armory, or electrum.
And exporting the private key to Electrum am I also gonna move all the Bitcoins? Or can I sign the message without actually moving the Bitcoin from Exodus?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on June 28, 2017, 06:06:30 PM
And exporting the private key to Electrum am I also gonna move all the Bitcoins? Or can I sign the message without actually moving the Bitcoin from Exodus?
Importing your private keys in another wallet won't move your coins. You will only be using two interfaces to manage the Bitcoins in your address.
Just use Electrum to sign the message and keep using Exodus if you want. Nothing will change.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on June 28, 2017, 06:07:29 PM
No, you will need to export the private key to a wallet that supports signing such as bitcoin-qt, armory, or electrum.
And exporting the private key to Electrum am I also gonna move all the Bitcoins? Or can I sign the message without actually moving the Bitcoin from Exodus?

The coins are in the address associated with the private key not the software itself.  The software is essentially just a gui for the private key.  So if you export it to Electrum they will show there, but if you just sign the message close electrum they will be in your Exodus.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 28, 2017, 06:34:49 PM
So guys, just to be sure: I export the private key from Exodus, I import it in Electrum, I sign the message and we're fine until here. But then what happens to the private key in Electrum? I mean, do I have to delete it or simply logging out Electrum forgets about it and I can simply open Exodus?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 28, 2017, 07:43:00 PM
So guys, just to be sure: I export the private key from Exodus, I import it in Electrum, I sign the message and we're fine until here. But then what happens to the private key in Electrum? I mean, do I have to delete it or simply logging out Electrum forgets about it and I can simply open Exodus?

Electrum won't forget anything. I believe the only way for removing would be by doing one of the below:

1. Deleting the wallet file in the AppData folder. (which will erase everything including the addresses generated by electrum Itself)
2. Recovering your wallet using the seed. (Imported private keys are not part of the seed so doing this should give you your addresses back without the Exodus address).

You should also understand that there is no problem If your private key is imported in both Electrum and Exodus at the same time.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 29, 2017, 04:02:15 PM
You should also understand that there is no problem If your private key is imported in both Electrum and Exodus at the same time.
So in this case, if I understood correctly, depending on which wallet I open I can see/use my balance in it?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on June 29, 2017, 04:31:12 PM
So in this case, if I understood correctly, depending on which wallet I open I can see/use my balance in it?

I'm not sure I understand your question? re-phrase it If possible.


wallet does not allow me to send ETH out of it
Transaction error: broadcastTx error: undefined: request to https://api.etherscan.io/api?address=xxx&module=proxy&action=eth_getCode failed, reason: connect ETIMEDOUT 34.205.51.152:443

1.28.1

rescanned block twice

I forwarded your problem to the co founder on slack and here is the answer:

"Thanks for the report. Im guessing Etherescan was down on this one for a brief moment. If it is still happening today have them check and if not they can reach out to support@exodus.io and send over a screenshot and we will be happy to dive in."



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on June 29, 2017, 06:09:08 PM
I'm not sure I understand your question? re-phrase it If possible.
You previously said that "that there is no problem If your private key is imported in both Electrum and Exodus at the same time", so what I was trying to ask is: if I leave the private keys in both Electrum and Exodus, can I see my balance in both of them? I mean, I open Electrum and I see my X Bitcoins, then I close it and open Exodus and they are there as well?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on June 29, 2017, 06:27:19 PM
I'm not sure I understand your question? re-phrase it If possible.
You previously said that "that there is no problem If your private key is imported in both Electrum and Exodus at the same time", so what I was trying to ask is: if I leave the private keys in both Electrum and Exodus, can I see my balance in both of them? I mean, I open Electrum and I see my X Bitcoins, then I close it and open Exodus and they are there as well?
Yes you can.

Understand this: Both wallets (and all other wallets in the market) are just a GUI to see and manage the Bitcoins presented on your address.

This means that you can import your private key in 20 different wallets and you will see the same balance in all of them. If you spend Bitcoins in any of them, all wallets will have the balance updated.

It's like a email with SMTP and multiple clients. You can read and send your emails with any of them.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Thyruz on July 06, 2017, 12:14:21 PM
Hello,

im also trying to import a private key from exodus to electrum to just sign a message. But i am kinda new to all this.

I exported my private key from exodus (crestes a .csv file) but i am not able to import them in electrum.

i choosed to create a new standard wallet and use a public/private key.

Electrum wont let my hit the next button after choosing the private key. so i guess im doing something wrong.  :o



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 06, 2017, 12:34:49 PM
Hello,

im also trying to import a private key from exodus to electrum to just sign a message. But i am kinda new to all this.

I exported my private key from exodus (crestes a .csv file) but i am not able to import them in electrum.

i choosed to create a new standard wallet and use a public/private key.

Electrum wont let my hit the next button after choosing the private key. so i guess im doing something wrong.  :o



Mind posting a screenshot (by hiding your private keys of course) on the window It's showing? To import your private keys, you should go here (pic from google):

https://i1.wp.com/cryptohustle.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/electrum.png

http://www.thecleverest.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/electrum-import-private-key.png

Just as a reminder, If you import private keys to Electrum, the seed won't be able to recover that new address/private key you imported.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on July 06, 2017, 04:15:09 PM
Just as a reminder, If you import private keys to Electrum, the seed won't be able to recover that new address/private key you imported.
You mean Electrum's seed, while Exodus' seed would work anyway, right?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 06, 2017, 04:22:12 PM
Just as a reminder, If you import private keys to Electrum, the seed won't be able to recover that new address/private key you imported.
You mean Electrum's seed, while Exodus' seed would work anyway, right?

Yes of course. The reason why the seed won't generate that imported address is because all the addresses that you find in Electrum are actually derived and pre generated from the seed.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Thyruz on July 06, 2017, 05:19:08 PM
i got it.

Problem was i had to update my Exodus as the older version did something wrong while exporting the priavte key.
Worked fine now, and i got my message signed :)

Thanks for your help anyway :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 07, 2017, 03:24:21 PM
The new 1.29.0 version is out, the changelog (Aragon and EOS are now supported) and a few screenshots:

http://i.imgur.com/NGkjzSk.png

https://www.exodus.io/releases/img/07-06-2017/010.png

https://www.exodus.io/releases/img/07-06-2017/003.png


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on July 07, 2017, 04:56:01 PM
(Aragon and EOS are now supported)
They never announced this, did they?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on July 07, 2017, 05:12:14 PM
They aren't going to add signing messaged because the vast majority of their customers don't know what that is or will never need to, and then they add an advanced feature to control the amount of P2P nodes you can connect too?

Pretty sure that more people would prefer to sign a message.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 07, 2017, 05:30:59 PM
They never announced this, did they?

If you mean before the update then yes, they didn't announce anything or talked about it. That could mean that we should expect more coins to come in the near future.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on July 07, 2017, 05:36:21 PM
They aren't going to add signing messaged because the vast majority of their customers don't know what that is or will never need to, and then they add an advanced feature to control the amount of P2P nodes you can connect too?

Pretty sure that more people would prefer to sign a message.
I believe in this aswell.

They also don't want to add the option to customize fees on your transaction because newbies would end up putting a fee too small making the transaction to never be confirmed. But I don't see how adding a option to sign a message would bring something not beneficial to users.

I sincerely want to use this wallet. But the developers are not giving me enought reasons to do this change.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ss890 on July 08, 2017, 06:10:47 AM
Good user interface. Love the site when it is interactive and professional colours. Exodus should publish their services by themselves. They can be good one in publishing it as they look like professional with the website. Hoping to see some campaigns from them and ANN thread for more briefe discussion about it. Wondering why you publishing behalf of them.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 08, 2017, 09:28:49 AM
Good user interface. Love the site when it is interactive and professional colours. Exodus should publish their services by themselves. They can be good one in publishing it as they look like professional with the website. Hoping to see some campaigns from them and ANN thread for more briefe discussion about it. Wondering why you publishing behalf of them.

I asked them and they accepted, there is no particular reason. I liked the project and I simply wanted to help them to grow and that's pretty much it. The team is aware of this thread and they are checking it from time to time, I believe.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on July 09, 2017, 06:32:46 AM
Mind posting a screenshot (by hiding your private keys of course) on the window It's showing? To import your private keys, you should go here (pic from google):

https://i1.wp.com/cryptohustle.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/electrum.png

http://www.thecleverest.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/electrum-import-private-key.png

Just as a reminder, If you import private keys to Electrum, the seed won't be able to recover that new address/private key you imported.
Omega, I just tried to import the private keys in Electrum but there is no import option, only Sweep and Export. What's exactly the sweep? And what does it happen later, is there any risk / conflict with Exodus? Can I use it only to sign a message?

Thanks a lot!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on July 09, 2017, 06:45:01 AM
Omega, I just tried to import the private keys in Electrum but there is no import option, only Sweep and Export. What's exactly the sweep? And what does it happen later, is there any risk / conflict with Exodus? Can I use it only to sign a message?

Thanks a lot!
So what actually are you using? Those images are from linux base electrum. If you are using windows then you have to navigate to File/New wallet or restore/I have private keys/then paste your private keys there.

Sweep is only when you imported already your private keys with funds to X wallet then you have to sweep the coins from your old address (address belongs to the private keys you imported) to your new address from the X wallet by sending them with of course using tx fee.( Btw correct me if I'm wrong here)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on July 09, 2017, 05:17:07 PM
I use Mac. Pretty much what I need to do is to import my Exodus' private key (which I've already exported) into Electrum only to sign a message, because with Exodus is not possible to sign messages.
But I never did something like this, so I'm trying to understand how to do it without messing up.

So in this case I should create or restore (which one?)  a new wallet in Electrum in order to use Exodus' private key?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on July 09, 2017, 05:25:42 PM
I use Mac. Pretty much what I need to do is to import my Exodus' private key (which I've already exported) into Electrum only to sign a message, because with Exodus is not possible to sign messages.
But I never did something like this, so I'm trying to understand how to do it without messing up.

So in this case I should create or restore (which one?)  a new wallet in Electrum in order to use Exodus' private key?
First, if you don't know how to export your private-key from Exodus: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1
Go to Electrum -> New Wallet -> Standard Wallet -> Use public or private keys -> Put your private key there and click next.

Now you can just sign your message. You can keep using your wallet on Exodus or use both softwares.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 16, 2017, 05:33:52 PM
Exodus removed Dogecoin (or at least going to):

Code:
July 6th: Exodus 1.29.0, Dogecoin disabled by default. Still possible to reenable.
Aug 3rd: Exodus 1.31.0, Dogecoin removed for users without a balance.
Sept 14th: Exodus 1.34.0, Dogecoin removed in this version and all future versions.

The official announcement has been made on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/6mrnkw/exodus_removing_dogecoin/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 21, 2017, 05:33:05 AM
A new version is out (1.30.0) and It contains Gnosis as a new coin:

http://i.imgur.com/KcVmF8O.png

Expect a new update in two weeks and please, whoever is storing Dogecoin on the wallet, should move them as I stated on my previous post.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crazyivan on July 21, 2017, 06:41:25 AM
Good stuff but still no Factom. Now when their network s been stable. I really do not see the point of waiting till scheduled 2018.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 21, 2017, 06:47:40 AM
Good stuff but still no Factom. Now when their network s been stable. I really do not see the point of waiting till scheduled 2018.

If you believe that there is enough demand then I guess you can always make a change.org petition, ask for signatures and I will forward it to the team when a good amount of demand is reached.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: coinmania on July 22, 2017, 08:38:04 AM
I just noticed BUG on the website: http://i.imgur.com/gcaiO4Y.jpg (http://i.imgur.com/gcaiO4Y.jpg)
The button is exactly above the controls for the video player...

Since they have no contact form i post it here!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: miningteam23 on July 23, 2017, 01:39:37 AM
when I download and install the wallet, it seems to go OK, but then when I try to find it, it is nowhere to be found. There is no shortcut created and it doesn't even show up in my programs. Why is this happening? Can anyone help me solve this issue?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: trecore4 on July 23, 2017, 09:26:21 AM
The service looks promising but why this is not a official thread. The title doesn't look promising though. I like it when the companies act officially and try to prove themselves by their creativity. The e changer colours are pretty professional and I'm loving the interface.

I was happy with digecoin but it seems this exchanger is not going to keep it anymore. Is there any specific reasons behind this change.




Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on July 23, 2017, 09:49:23 AM
The service looks promising but why this is not a official thread. The title doesn't look promising though.

Read the very first post by Omegastarscream so you will know why exodus team didn't go on this forum to make some ANN thread while they are busy updating frequently this software.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: miningteam23 on July 23, 2017, 10:39:49 AM
when I download and install the wallet, it seems to go OK, but then when I try to find it, it is nowhere to be found. There is no shortcut created and it doesn't even show up in my programs. Why is this happening? Can anyone help me solve this issue?

Can anyone help me with this issue? It is really strange that Exodus is no where to be found once it is installed. I don't think my Norton had an effect on the installation, but I could be wrong.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: cissrawk on July 23, 2017, 10:51:20 AM
I use exodus for long time, but this first time i see thread about it. Finally i can see export address and key.
Did they mind to add signature feature? So i can sign my address.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on July 23, 2017, 12:03:39 PM
Can anyone help me with this issue? It is really strange that Exodus is no where to be found once it is installed. I don't think my Norton had an effect on the installation, but I could be wrong.
What platform are you using, did you try to search it there l, I know its still there if it was installed already. Or try to uninstall it and install again, or just install it again.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on July 23, 2017, 01:41:57 PM
Did they mind to add signature feature? So i can sign my address.
Not anytime soon. For now, import your private key in another wallet and sign your message there.

when I download and install the wallet, it seems to go OK, but then when I try to find it, it is nowhere to be found. There is no shortcut created and it doesn't even show up in my programs. Why is this happening? Can anyone help me solve this issue?
If you are on Windows, press "Windows key + R", paste "C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Exodus" and press Enter.

See if the folder exists. If not, try to install the wallet again.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: miningteam23 on July 23, 2017, 03:28:17 PM
Did they mind to add signature feature? So i can sign my address.
Not anytime soon. For now, import your private key in another wallet and sign your message there.

when I download and install the wallet, it seems to go OK, but then when I try to find it, it is nowhere to be found. There is no shortcut created and it doesn't even show up in my programs. Why is this happening? Can anyone help me solve this issue?
If you are on Windows, press "Windows key + R", paste "C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Exodus" and press Enter.

See if the folder exists. If not, try to install the wallet again.

The folder is there. I am on Windows 7. Which file do I use to run the wallet? Is it the Exodus.exe file that resides in the app-1.30.0 folder? If so, I did click that, but it doesn't seem to do anything.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 24, 2017, 08:05:39 AM
I use exodus for long time, but this first time i see thread about it. Finally i can see export address and key.
Did they mind to add signature feature? So i can sign my address.

The wallet is meant to be for mostly the newcomers to the crypto currencies scene, It's not really meant for the advanced users and that's why the developer menu is not displayed by default and you need to bring it up, and for the same reason why they may not add the sign address feature.


The service looks promising but why this is not a official thread. The title doesn't look promising though. I like it when the companies act officially and try to prove themselves by their creativity. The e changer colours are pretty professional and I'm loving the interface.

I was happy with digecoin but it seems this exchanger is not going to keep it anymore. Is there any specific reasons behind this change.

I got their permission to make this thread, I just felt like adding "Unofficial" so people don't relate me to the service as I'm not part of the staff. I also posted a link regarding removing Dogecoin, read the Reddit post I gave above.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LeChatNoir on July 27, 2017, 02:13:18 AM
When will they add monero??we need this.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on July 27, 2017, 09:41:59 AM
When will they add monero??we need this.

Its listed on the roadmap[1] as planned for this year and the co-founder already spoke about this on Reddit[2] a few months ago, It's probably just a matter of time until they add it, I have no estimated date for this.

[1] http://woobull.com/exodus-wallet-roadmap-a-list-of-upcoming-asset-support/
[2] https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5qy9f5/any_updates_from_exodus/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on July 27, 2017, 04:59:58 PM
I was reading that in order to get Bitcoin Cash we should import the private keys in the new Electrum Cash wallet, which is not made by the same people of the normal Electrum, and the suggestion is to move the Bitcoin to a new Electrum wallet created only for this reason (so with a different seed), so in case there is any security problem the seed of the Electrum wallet where we store the Bitcoin (the first one) won't be compromised, I guess this applies as well to Exodus, no?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: aesma on July 28, 2017, 09:26:07 AM
A seed is used to generate addresses/private keys.

If you import a private key into a wallet (does Exodus support this ?) then the seed is not used and will not allow recovery of that address.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 02, 2017, 07:33:23 AM
Will Exodus support Bitcoin Cash?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SFR10 on August 02, 2017, 09:09:48 AM
Will Exodus support Bitcoin Cash?
Their planning to (as mentioned on their last two status updates): https://www.exodus.io/status/
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As of August 1st, 2017 @ 1:00 PM Pacific Time - The Bitcoin hard fork has completed successfully. Within the next 24-48 hours, we will provide guidance on what customers need to do to claim their BCH/BCC.
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As of August 1st, 2017 @ 10:45 PM Pacific Time - We have decreased the status notification from red to blue. You can safely send / receive/ and exchange bitcoin now. We are still working on an easy way for Exodus customers to send their BCH out of Exodus.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: faaty on August 02, 2017, 09:21:47 PM
is there a way to adjust transaction fee in exodus wallet? it seems a bit higher, what do you think?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 02, 2017, 11:45:39 PM
is there a way to adjust transaction fee in exodus wallet? it seems a bit higher, what do you think?
Unfortunately no, many people already complained about this but the devs said the want to keep the wallet simple without adding this option, which could confuse some people...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 03, 2017, 04:34:57 PM
is there a way to adjust transaction fee in exodus wallet? it seems a bit higher, what do you think?

I already explained this more then once. Exodus wallet is meant for beginners who are not familiar with the blockchaind and crypto currencies, experts are free to use the wallet but shouldn't really expect advanced features such as message signing, fees adjusting etc. they could add this in the future but definitely not a priority right now.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 04, 2017, 08:26:31 PM
With the new Exodus release I see this post about Bitcoin Cash: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-claim-bitcoin-cash

Now my question is: are the private keys 100% safe?
Because I always read that is better to move the Bitcoin to another wallet before exporting the private keys, which will be imported in Electron Cash, due to security reason.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on August 04, 2017, 08:48:10 PM
-snip-
I don't think it's mandatory in this case. Just do the step by step guide described in the page linked by you and Exodus will sign and broadcast the transaction just like you were sending any other coin.

You only have to do anything with Electron Cash if you want to hold your BCC. So you would need to create a new wallet directly from Electron Cash and send your BCC to the recently created wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 05, 2017, 01:03:41 PM
The version 1.31.0 is now officially out, we had a few small updates a few days ago but It's nothing significant. You can find the changelog[1] and how to claim[2] your BCH on the site.

[1] https://www.exodus.io/releases/
[2] http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-claim-bitcoin-cash


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 05, 2017, 03:55:17 PM
I claimed the BCH, it works perfectly!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: zokora on August 07, 2017, 11:58:43 AM
can I use 12 words seed and restore my private key in electrum? I dont want to send coins because of transaction fee.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: JanpriX on August 07, 2017, 12:39:07 PM
Exodus wallet seems an interesting one and I've been eyeing this one for quite some time. I'll be trying this in the future but I have some questions about it. Do we have access on our private keys when we generate our own wallet? When it will be an "Official" wallet (as the title just indicate Unofficial)?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 07, 2017, 12:46:55 PM
Exodus wallet seems an interesting one and I've been eyeing this one for quite some time. I'll be trying this in the future but I have some questions about it. Do we have access on our private keys when we generate our own wallet? When it will be an "Official" wallet (as the title just indicate Unofficial)?

It is the official wallet and what I meant by unofficial is that this thread is not made my staff member but I got the permission from the team. It's possible to export your private keys on this wallet but you need to make the developer menu appear first using: CTRL + SHIFT + D.

can I use 12 words seed and restore my private key in electrum? I dont want to send coins because of transaction fee.

I haven't tried that myself but I contacted the co founder on slack and I'm currently waiting for a reply, I will keep you updated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: JanpriX on August 07, 2017, 01:45:46 PM
Exodus wallet seems an interesting one and I've been eyeing this one for quite some time. I'll be trying this in the future but I have some questions about it. Do we have access on our private keys when we generate our own wallet? When it will be an "Official" wallet (as the title just indicate Unofficial)?

It is the official wallet and what I meant by unofficial is that this thread is not made my staff member but I got the permission from the team. It's possible to export your private keys on this wallet but you need to make the developer menu appear first using: CTRL + SHIFT + D.


Oh, great. Thanks for the thorough explanation.

On another note, Exodus is actually getting popular now. The reason behind my statement is that I watched a Youtube video (real life talk/seminar about Bitcoin wallets) and someone from the audience asked the speaker if he knows Exodus. Many got interested in that seminar because of the question by that guy.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 07, 2017, 04:47:02 PM
Time ago I forgot to post about this "news": 2-factor authentication support is on the roadmap, this is likely to precede Hardware Wallet Support

That's a great thing!  8)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 08, 2017, 01:33:21 PM
can I use 12 words seed and restore my private key in electrum? I dont want to send coins because of transaction fee.

I just got an answer from the co founder so basically, the seed should work on Jaxx (which is another multi coin wallet), Ledger Nano and other wallets, as long as the wallet use BIP44, It should work. Electrum is not an option in this case as they don't support this.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: zokora on August 08, 2017, 02:20:55 PM
can I use 12 words seed and restore my private key in electrum? I dont want to send coins because of transaction fee.

I just got an answer from the co founder so basically, the seed should work on Jaxx (which is another multi coin wallet), Ledger Nano and other wallets, as long as the wallet use BIP44, It should work. Electrum is not an option in this case as they don't support this.

Thank you very much for the information. This is really useful. We learned one more thing today


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: |Admiral| on August 11, 2017, 07:59:31 AM
SCAM ALERT

I used Exodus wallet to exchange my ethereum to btc and shapeshift scammed me with the help of exodus  >:( >:( >:( >:(

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2078528.msg20786589#msg20786589


Help me!! To get my funds back you scammer.... I am now going to leave this community as i was already scammed here 20 eth and 170+ LTC , and now some more ETH scammed from me.
Scammers every where making new projects to take money from people like me who want to convert their fiat to crypto believing that crypto will change the future...

fuck ou scammers...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 11, 2017, 08:58:55 AM
I don't understand why you posted that in OgNasty thread? unless he is affiliated with the service. Anyway, have you tried to contact the support? you are calling them scammers and insulting them and in the same time asking for their help? I believe Exodus.io only use ShapeShift API for trading so the problem must come from them, either way, I forwarded your issue to the team, I will keep you updated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: hello_good_sir on August 11, 2017, 09:17:20 AM
SCAM ALERT

I used Exodus wallet to exchange my ethereum to btc and shapeshift scammed me with the help of exodus  >:( >:( >:( >:(

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2078528.msg20786589#msg20786589


Help me!! To get my funds back you scammer.... I am now going to leave this community as i was already scammed here 20 eth and 170+ LTC , and now some more ETH scammed from me.
Scammers every where making new projects to take money from people like me who want to convert their fiat to crypto believing that crypto will change the future...

fuck ou scammers...


I have seen a scam accusation launched by someone in the past regarding the same issue. And i'm pretty sure that in the end, Shapeshift refunded him or completed the exchange(i'm not entirely sure which option exactly, but he did get what he deserved in the end).

It's true that Exodus endorses Shapeshift and integrates their API into their wallet and has a partnershp with Shapeshift, but this is not really related to Exodus. It is an issue with Shapeshift, so post on their thread. You'll get more help there, or you could just launch your own scam accusation.

And yeah i don't get why you're just spamming on every single thread you see here. I can assure you that Exodus is a legitimate project, the owners are all publicly known. Shapeshift is very similar, been around for years and they have nothing to gain by scamming a measly 8 ethers which is nothing to them.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 18, 2017, 09:23:37 AM
The new update (1.32.0) came out today. It's now possible to send, receive, and exchange OmiseGo with any other asset, the rest of updates are nothing big and you can see full changelog here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 27, 2017, 08:12:36 PM
Did you guys see a new, advanced, version of Exodus? https://www.exodus.io/eden/

But I don't get why they made it public if it's still in a early stage, with no support in case something goes wrong  ???


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 27, 2017, 08:43:23 PM
Did you guys see a new, advanced, version of Exodus? https://www.exodus.io/eden/

But I don't get why they made it public if it's still in a early stage, with no support in case something goes wrong  ???

I believe they are sure about the recovery passphrase process at least so even If funds are somehow lost, you should be able to recover them but not sure, the support is given by the community. Exodus wallet was always intended to be for newbies and people who are new to crypto currencies while on the page you gave, It says that this is for advanced users, they may start supporting features like dynamic fees, signing messages etc. I'm going to contact the co founder and get more info about this, I will keep you updated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on August 27, 2017, 10:02:32 PM
Thanks a lot Omega!  ;)

What it's not clear is what's gonna happen if I use my Exodus seed into Eden, do I see anyway my BTC balance for example or not?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on August 29, 2017, 03:19:27 PM
Thanks a lot Omega!  ;)

What it's not clear is what's gonna happen if I use my Exodus seed into Eden, do I see anyway my BTC balance for example or not?

I got a confirmation from the team. The seed from Exodus should work in Eden and vice and versa, nothing to be worried about. As for everything else I mentioned above before regarding the new wallet:

Code:
1. Import address will never be implemented as it goes against one seed to restore everything.
2. Signing messages maybe, but again, you can export your private keys so there are other solutions for this. Eden is more for doing things others can not.
3. Dynamic fees. Yes, we are thinking about command line tools to allow users to change fees.

Until now, I'm unsure of what's the differences and If they are going to drop the development of one of the two wallets so I will keep everyone updated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LDesp on August 30, 2017, 10:41:00 PM
I have read that fees of Exodus are very high, I  understand why as well.

I am just curious if anyone has 1 BTC what the current rate to transfer it out of an exodus wallet to a ledger nano s wallet would cost?
I also understand the fee will not always be the same I just want a general idea as I do not want to transfer BTC to exodus if the fee is too high
and have it stuck there.

Can someone with 1 BTC or even 5 BTC  see what the transfer out fee currently is at the time you read this.

Thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on August 30, 2017, 11:35:36 PM
I have read that fees of Exodus are very high, I  understand why as well.

I am just curious if anyone has 1 BTC what the current rate to transfer it out of an exodus wallet to a ledger nano s wallet would cost?
I also understand the fee will not always be the same I just want a general idea as I do not want to transfer BTC to exodus if the fee is too high
and have it stuck there.

Can someone with 1 BTC or even 5 BTC  see what the transfer out fee currently is at the time you read this.

Thanks.
I give you a hint for transfering btc from exodus to any wallet. This will not as a 100% accurate but will just give a guide. So here, goto your exodus wallet, copy the btc address having the amount you will transfer to other wallet. Open an account of blockchain.info wallet, copy the x wallet to blockchain as watch-only address, now click the send button using your x wallet with the watched-only, and input some amount you want to send then blockchain wallet will give you their estimate for the transaction fee, just only choose the priority. Now it will give a transaction fee for how much will be the transaction fee when you send using exodus Wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on August 30, 2017, 11:43:59 PM
I have read that fees of Exodus are very high, I  understand why as well.

I am just curious if anyone has 1 BTC what the current rate to transfer it out of an exodus wallet to a ledger nano s wallet would cost?
I also understand the fee will not always be the same I just want a general idea as I do not want to transfer BTC to exodus if the fee is too high
and have it stuck there.

Can someone with 1 BTC or even 5 BTC  see what the transfer out fee currently is at the time you read this.

Thanks.
It doesn't matter how much you are sending. The size of your transaction is the one making your transaction more expensive.

More inputs and outputs = higher fees. Most wallets will give you the size of your transaction and

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_fees
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/1195/how-to-calculate-transaction-size-before-sending


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LDesp on August 30, 2017, 11:46:01 PM

I do not have an account with BTC yet in it at the moment. That is why I was asking if someone who had 1 BTC or 5 BTC could just put it in send field in Exodus and see what the current rate is on the bottom to send 1 BTC and to send 5 BTC.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: bL4nkcode on August 31, 2017, 07:57:30 AM

I do not have an account with BTC yet in it at the moment. That is why I was asking if someone who had 1 BTC or 5 BTC could just put it in send field in Exodus and see what the current rate is on the bottom to send 1 BTC and to send 5 BTC.
As what tryninja said (posted above you) transaction fee will always depend on the size of your transaction, so no one can tell on this forum what will be your transaction fee when you want to send 1 BTC or even 5 BTC to anyone unless you tried it by yourself.
But there are some wallet like electrum desktop wallet and mycelium for mobile which has a dynamic fee option, which you can choose for the transaction fee you want.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Kyraishi on August 31, 2017, 08:28:11 AM
Did you guys see a new, advanced, version of Exodus? https://www.exodus.io/eden/

But I don't get why they made it public if it's still in a early stage, with no support in case something goes wrong  ???

Saw that today, it is really exciting. Exodus team seems to be bringing in something new every single month. A lot more assets are being supported in that update, which is always good because altcoins are evolving all the time.

I'm somewhat of a doge fan though and is quite disappointed to see that dogecoins have never made it to Exodus. Sort of half expected dogecoins to be finally included in this update but upon seeing the screenshot, apparently not.

To answer your question, it is mainly to get feedback on and people who use it are advanced enough to know the risks anyways. Plus, recovery phrase will always work is something does go wrong. And even when it says that it is unsupported, i'm sure that exodus support will be able to help you when something goes wrong knowing how good they are.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: cidman on September 02, 2017, 05:27:12 AM
i understand they want the wallet to be simple
but i could save $5 right now converting .12 btc to dash, transferring to an exchange, converting back to btc, sending to jaxx wallet and sending to my destination
rather than sending the btc from exodus right now
we dont need high priority transfers all the time
could easily make a speed setting and eliminate low end fees that have issues and not offer it in the settings


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: hello_good_sir on September 02, 2017, 06:33:37 AM
i understand they want the wallet to be simple
but i could save $5 right now converting .12 btc to dash, transferring to an exchange, converting back to btc, sending to jaxx wallet and sending to my destination
rather than sending the btc from exodus right now
we dont need high priority transfers all the time
could easily make a speed setting and eliminate low end fees that have issues and not offer it in the settings


I'm not using exodus for bitcoin currently, i only hold ethereum and litecoin with it. However i have seen in the past when transaction fees were high but not as high as right now the fees that exodus require you pay is like at least 2-3x the market value for fees.

I would definitely like to see something like electrum, user chooses how much fees they want to pay. If you are really desperate because you have many inputs and you watn to pay lower fes, just import your recovery seed into electrum and send from there.

Did you guys see a new, advanced, version of Exodus? https://www.exodus.io/eden/

But I don't get why they made it public if it's still in a early stage, with no support in case something goes wrong  ???

Well, it's your choice. But the update looks interesting. I might try it out today.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on September 02, 2017, 08:04:27 AM
I'm somewhat of a doge fan though and is quite disappointed to see that dogecoins have never made it to Exodus. Sort of half expected dogecoins to be finally included in this update but upon seeing the screenshot, apparently not.
I'm sorry mate but I don't think you'll see Doge (again) on Exodus for a while: https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/6mrnkw/exodus_removing_dogecoin/

It was one of the first tokens they had, but as you can see they removed it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Kyraishi on September 02, 2017, 09:38:19 AM
I'm somewhat of a doge fan though and is quite disappointed to see that dogecoins have never made it to Exodus. Sort of half expected dogecoins to be finally included in this update but upon seeing the screenshot, apparently not.
I'm sorry mate but I don't think you'll see Doge (again) on Exodus for a while: https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/6mrnkw/exodus_removing_dogecoin/

It was one of the first tokens they had, but as you can see they removed it.

This really sucks... Never knew this before today.

Based on the comments on reddit there seems like very little hope for dogecoin to be incorporated into exodus again, unless the dev team becomes extremely active again and tries to make amends for the previous absence.

Anyways, still will continue using Exodus. Updates are looking better and better. Customer support is much better than most other wallet services, and the CEO is really supportive as well and can always be reached on reddit.

i understand they want the wallet to be simple
but i could save $5 right now converting .12 btc to dash, transferring to an exchange, converting back to btc, sending to jaxx wallet and sending to my destination
rather than sending the btc from exodus right now
we dont need high priority transfers all the time
could easily make a speed setting and eliminate low end fees that have issues and not offer it in the settings


Agreed. A fee slider would make this work.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 02, 2017, 10:24:51 AM
The dynamic fees may come in the future as I stated above. So, I got a clarification regarding 'Eden' and 'Exodus'. Basically, none of the wallets development will be dropped. 'Eden' is more like for people who want to test the software before it's out, Its more like Beta/Alpha/RC testing while the Exodus is the no-buggy functional release so in order words, anything you see in Eden, will come to Exodus eventually.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: savioroshan on September 02, 2017, 06:51:54 PM
Guys i have a doubt. Can I use the ethereum address of exodus for receiving tokens that I receive from bounty campaigns? I signed up and searched for options to receive the tokens in the exodus wallet. But couldnt see any? Can somebody here can clarify my doubt regarding this? Its  urgent and thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on September 02, 2017, 10:01:39 PM
Guys i have a doubt. Can I use the ethereum address of exodus for receiving tokens that I receive from bounty campaigns? I signed up and searched for options to receive the tokens in the exodus wallet. But couldnt see any? Can somebody here can clarify my doubt regarding this? Its  urgent and thanks.
AFAIK you can only see and send tokens that are current supported by Exodus/Eden. So, if there is an ERC20 token that isn't supported, you won't be able to manage them.

If you want to store a token that isn't supported by any of them, you should use another wallet that lets you freely "register" any tokens you want. In this case, I recommend you to try MyEtherWallet.

Current tokens supported by Eden (the advanced version of Exodus with more coins) can be seen in the screenshot found at their website[1].

[1] https://www.exodus.io/eden/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: xypos on September 02, 2017, 10:31:28 PM
Guys i have a doubt. Can I use the ethereum address of exodus for receiving tokens that I receive from bounty campaigns? I signed up and searched for options to receive the tokens in the exodus wallet. But couldnt see any? Can somebody here can clarify my doubt regarding this? Its  urgent and thanks.

Only the exodus eden supports it.

However if you just want to use the conventional exodus wallet, it should work too. It's just that you can't send it directly on the exodus UI but rather have to go and import that private key into another wallet accepting ERC20 tokens such as myetherwallet.

Keep in mind eden may be bugged or whatnot so use with caution.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: LeChatNoir on September 04, 2017, 06:18:57 AM
Has anyone tried eden and is using it on regular basis?? ( https://www.exodus.io/eden/ )
I saw a Youtube video that this version is only for people who can risk their investment as the eden is still not finished and supports will not help if any glitches happen, is it true?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 04, 2017, 07:43:08 AM
Has anyone tried eden and is using it on regular basis?? ( https://www.exodus.io/eden/ )
I saw a Youtube video that this version is only for people who can risk their investment as the eden is still not finished and supports will not help if any glitches happen, is it true?

Please check my post above. If you are not in need of the features that Eden provide this fast, Its better to not use it yet because It's the test wallet and yes It's risky but I doubt your funds will be lost permanently (not sure) as everything is derived from the seed, you can always recover them.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Yuuto on September 04, 2017, 11:23:16 AM
Did you guys see a new, advanced, version of Exodus? https://www.exodus.io/eden/

But I don't get why they made it public if it's still in a early stage, with no support in case something goes wrong  ???

Interested to know whether anyone knows what exact ERC20 tokens will be available for storage on the new Eden? I couldn't find any of this information myself, i'm looking to purchase some QRL(quantum resistant ledger) which is currently on the ethereum network as a token. Would definitely love to start using Exodus for it instead of having to go to myetherwallet which has a worse interface.

The no support policy from Exodus also seems a bit daunting, tbh. I'm not sure if i would go with it, community support only doesn't seem nice at all. Exodus's support is extremely responsive and is one of their main selling points, without it i'm not so sure about using it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on September 04, 2017, 05:55:19 PM
Interested to know whether anyone knows what exact ERC20 tokens will be available for storage on the new Eden? I couldn't find any of this information myself
Check them out here: http://woobull.com/exodus-wallet-roadmap-a-list-of-upcoming-asset-support/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on September 05, 2017, 02:33:32 PM
Is there a way I can save a .json file of my exodus wallet like there is on regular MEW wallet??


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 05, 2017, 03:19:09 PM
Is there a way I can save a .json file of my exodus wallet like there is on regular MEW wallet??

To import it somewhere else? I believe it's not possible because the wallet doesn't contain the details for Ethereum only, the only thing you can export is the private key. I will confirm this with the team and keep you updated.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on September 05, 2017, 05:25:24 PM
Is there a way I can save a .json file of my exodus wallet like there is on regular MEW wallet??

To import it somewhere else? I believe it's not possible because the wallet doesn't contain the details for Ethereum only, the only thing you can export is the private key. I will confirm this with the team and keep you updated.

I would like to import my exodus wallet to MEW wallet with .json file and not with private key.
Pls let me know.

Thanks!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 06, 2017, 07:17:45 PM
I forgot posting the changelogs for the last released version (1.33.1), you can see everything here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/ (QTUM and BAT are added now)

I would like to import my exodus wallet to MEW wallet with .json file and not with private key.
Pls let me know.

Thanks!

I confirmed with the team, Its not possible to export in .json sadly.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on September 06, 2017, 08:04:23 PM
I forgot posting the changelogs for the last released version (1.33.1), you can see everything here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/ (QTUM and BAT are added now)

I would like to import my exodus wallet to MEW wallet with .json file and not with private key.
Pls let me know.

Thanks!

I confirmed with the team, Its not possible to export in .json sadly.

Thanks anyway!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: heeebsinc on September 07, 2017, 02:30:30 AM
Hey
so ive been using exodus wallet for a week or two now and i have loved it until this morning when i saw BTC missing from my wallet.   For the past few days, my wallet kept showing a broadcasting message when i tried sending payments to Bitrex (about .05- $250 BTC); saying i needed to contact customer support.  

After speaking with customer support, they told me to uninstall the wallet and reinstall it and back it up with the phrases they give you.   After backing up my wallet successfully, there is about .05 BTC missing which was the amount i tried sending to Bittrex.  

I have been in contact with the same fellow who told me to uninstall the wallet but he keeps telling me there is no way it could disappear


One minute i had .2016084 BTC ($~910), now i have .14763511 BTC (~$640).   I keep all my investments logged (VERY CAREFULLY) on Blockfolio and have not moved anything in days so it cannot be because of synchronization errors.  

I did some research myself and saw that other users also had the same problem; and coincidently their broadcast error occurred when they attempted to deposit to bittrex.   I quoted their thread here too so you guys can check it out and see if it confuses you like it did for me.  

Please let me know if you guys have any advice on how to approach this because they think im making this up when i know im not!!!

Hi,

On 1 july I made 2 deposits ( 2 x 0.07 BTC )  
from my Excodus Wallet 1.27.3 to Bittrex

I got a message something like "Broadcast error"
I tried it again and the same message showed up.

The BTC did not arrived and is not visable in the transactionhistory, but the amount of 0.14 is missing from my Exodus wallet.
I tried to scan the blockchain, but nothing happened. On the arrival-adres not visable  in "pending deposit"

How can I solve this


Even looking here https://blockchain.info/address/1GGvfjRFfecaudVNoP8fYTcxqoUGb2r5iB the numbers are not adding up. Also, there seems to be records deleted of exchanges i did through the wallet itself. Please read the whole thread and message me if you have any advice.... i know its not a synchronization error or from updating my funds to their true amount because i had .02 BTC there.... i just started using the wallet 3 days ago so i have transactions that add up from other sites where i send coins. 


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: timerland on September 07, 2017, 07:19:49 AM
Has anyone actually tried out the Eden release?

I would definitely want to have my ICO tokens on Exodus as well because then i would be able to track it fairly easily along with my other investments. Otherwise, it's a hassle to monitor them on different wallets and try to keep track of them all.

Semes like that it is software provided 'as-is', no support.

If others have no major issues using Eden then i might as well try it out, because i trust Exodus even if they don't provide support.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Oaak on September 07, 2017, 08:23:39 PM
I'm using the Exodus Eden release. So far I didn't have any issues, but I haven't tested all of the additional altxoins. U can also restore your backup of your old Exodus wallet


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 08, 2017, 02:27:56 PM
Has anyone actually tried out the Eden release?

I would definitely want to have my ICO tokens on Exodus as well because then i would be able to track it fairly easily along with my other investments. Otherwise, it's a hassle to monitor them on different wallets and try to keep track of them all.

Semes like that it is software provided 'as-is', no support.

If others have no major issues using Eden then i might as well try it out, because i trust Exodus even if they don't provide support.

My personal suggestion would be to use it only If you are planning to report bugs etc. because it's definitely far from being a stable release and as I said on earlier posts, anything you see there will eventually come to the exodus wallet. If you are looking to store ERC20 token that are currently not supported by them, just go for Myetherwallet for the meantime.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: timerland on September 09, 2017, 05:54:34 AM
Has anyone actually tried out the Eden release?

I would definitely want to have my ICO tokens on Exodus as well because then i would be able to track it fairly easily along with my other investments. Otherwise, it's a hassle to monitor them on different wallets and try to keep track of them all.

Semes like that it is software provided 'as-is', no support.

If others have no major issues using Eden then i might as well try it out, because i trust Exodus even if they don't provide support.

My personal suggestion would be to use it only If you are planning to report bugs etc. because it's definitely far from being a stable release and as I said on earlier posts, anything you see there will eventually come to the exodus wallet. If you are looking to store ERC20 token that are currently not supported by them, just go for Myetherwallet for the meantime.

Thanks for the response.

I'm still a bit confused regarding how Eden is related to Exodus. Will Exodus be rebranded to Eden in the future, and be based on the current Eden interface and functionality or will Exodus be still called Exodus but just have all the good stuff implemented from the pilot run of Eden?

I guess i'm going to stick to Myetherwallet for now for storing tokens. I'm sort of tempted to use it since i don't think too much can go wrong when you have your recovery phrase and be able to export your private keys but i'll go for the safer option for now.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on September 09, 2017, 04:39:54 PM
I'm still a bit confused regarding how Eden is related to Exodus. Will Exodus be rebranded to Eden in the future, and be based on the current Eden interface and functionality or will Exodus be still called Exodus but just have all the good stuff implemented from the pilot run of Eden?
If I understood correctly, they are 2 separate projects, so we'll have Exodus for the new users and Eden for the advanced users, but anyway they should add all the Eden tokens in Exodus as well. So pretty much noob version and pro version, that's all.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Apu2014 on September 09, 2017, 11:46:37 PM
Hey
so ive been using exodus wallet for a week or two now and i have loved it until this morning when i saw BTC missing from my wallet.   For the past few days, my wallet kept showing a broadcasting message when i tried sending payments to Bitrex (about .05- $250 BTC); saying i needed to contact customer support.  

After speaking with customer support, they told me to uninstall the wallet and reinstall it and back it up with the phrases they give you.   After backing up my wallet successfully, there is about .05 BTC missing which was the amount i tried sending to Bittrex.  

I have been in contact with the same fellow who told me to uninstall the wallet but he keeps telling me there is no way it could disappear


One minute i had .2016084 BTC ($~910), now i have .14763511 BTC (~$640).   I keep all my investments logged (VERY CAREFULLY) on Blockfolio and have not moved anything in days so it cannot be because of synchronization errors.  

I did some research myself and saw that other users also had the same problem; and coincidently their broadcast error occurred when they attempted to deposit to bittrex.   I quoted their thread here too so you guys can check it out and see if it confuses you like it did for me.  

Please let me know if you guys have any advice on how to approach this because they think im making this up when i know im not!!!

Hi,

On 1 july I made 2 deposits ( 2 x 0.07 BTC )  
from my Excodus Wallet 1.27.3 to Bittrex

I got a message something like "Broadcast error"
I tried it again and the same message showed up.

The BTC did not arrived and is not visable in the transactionhistory, but the amount of 0.14 is missing from my Exodus wallet.
I tried to scan the blockchain, but nothing happened. On the arrival-adres not visable  in "pending deposit"

How can I solve this


Even looking here https://blockchain.info/address/1GGvfjRFfecaudVNoP8fYTcxqoUGb2r5iB the numbers are not adding up. Also, there seems to be records deleted of exchanges i did through the wallet itself. Please read the whole thread and message me if you have any advice.... i know its not a synchronization error or from updating my funds to their true amount because i had .02 BTC there.... i just started using the wallet 3 days ago so i have transactions that add up from other sites where i send coins. 

any update about your problem? is it solved yet?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 10, 2017, 08:45:39 AM
I'm still a bit confused regarding how Eden is related to Exodus. Will Exodus be rebranded to Eden in the future, and be based on the current Eden interface and functionality or will Exodus be still called Exodus but just have all the good stuff implemented from the pilot run of Eden?
If I understood correctly, they are 2 separate projects, so we'll have Exodus for the new users and Eden for the advanced users, but anyway they should add all the Eden tokens in Exodus as well. So pretty much noob version and pro version, that's all.

It's a little bit different then that. Eden is meant to be for those who wants to test the final release before It's out. It's like Bitcoin Core for example, you see RC (Release candidate) before the final version and It's not that stable, that's the same thing just to different softwares. Exodus is the stable version while Eden is for testing, and anything that you see on it, will eventually get added in Exodus as I already explained.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: timerland on September 10, 2017, 09:14:02 AM
I'm still a bit confused regarding how Eden is related to Exodus. Will Exodus be rebranded to Eden in the future, and be based on the current Eden interface and functionality or will Exodus be still called Exodus but just have all the good stuff implemented from the pilot run of Eden?
If I understood correctly, they are 2 separate projects, so we'll have Exodus for the new users and Eden for the advanced users, but anyway they should add all the Eden tokens in Exodus as well. So pretty much noob version and pro version, that's all.

It's a little bit different then that. Eden is meant to be for those who wants to test the final release before It's out. It's like Bitcoin Core for example, you see RC (Release candidate) before the final version and It's not that stable, that's the same thing just to different softwares. Exodus is the stable version while Eden is for testing, and anything that you see on it, will eventually get added in Exodus as I already explained.

So Eden is just a name set for this "beta" project?

As soon as there is enough testing and the pilot run turns out to be fairly successful and bug free, there will be no such thing as Eden and every single functionality(that works, ofc) from Eden will be migrated to Exodus?

Am i getting it right or still haven't got quite everything clearly?

Thanks Omega :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 15, 2017, 03:43:07 PM
The version 1.34.1 is out, there are huge improvements to the fees calculation (fastest and cheapest), Civic is now supported (send/receive/exchange), addition of 30 currency pairs and other minor updates can be found here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/
Factom and Ethereum classic are currently in beta and I expect them to be added in the next updates and as for everyone who is still asking about Eden, please read this: http://support.exodus.io/article/106-is-eden-safe-to-use


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: PX-Z on September 15, 2017, 03:58:39 PM
The version 1.34.1 is out, there are huge improvements to the fees calculation (fastest and cheapest), Civic is now supported (send/receive/exchange), addition of 30 currency pairs and other minor updates can be found here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/
Factom and Ethereum classic are currently in beta and I expect them to be added in the next updates and as for everyone who is still asking about Eden, please read this: http://support.exodus.io/article/106-is-eden-safe-to-use

Great, update, every update seems nice, they always add something new, for features and new coins.

Hope this wallet will surpass those multiwallets out there. And the developer team seems working hard on this great app. 


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on September 15, 2017, 04:33:37 PM
Factom and Ethereum classic are currently in beta and I expect them to be added in the next updates and as for everyone who is still asking about Eden, please read this: http://support.exodus.io/article/106-is-eden-safe-to-use
Still no news about the 2FA implementation?  :'(


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: xypos on September 15, 2017, 10:15:10 PM
Thanks for the update Omega.

I guess what they are trying to get at is that though eden is unsupported software as long as you are able to back up your 12 word mnemonic you really can't lose any money. Worst thing that can happen is probably a bug with loading your balances.

I'm gunna prolly just stick to the supported version of exodus, for now.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Commie on September 17, 2017, 04:01:27 PM
Guys is there a way to import my existing BTC keys into Exodus? I've looked into settings and couldn't find such an option.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 17, 2017, 04:15:07 PM
Still no news about the 2FA implementation?  :'(

It's actually on their roadmap (planned) in addition to SegWit support and Hardware wallet support as well.

Guys is there a way to import my existing BTC keys into Exodus? I've looked into settings and couldn't find such an option.

It's not really 'import' but It's more like moving your funds from the address you have the private keys of to your Exodus address, I believe its the equivalent of "sweep" in other wallet providers. If you don't have the developer menu, you can bring it by doing: CTRL + SHIFT + D. Head then to the Menu, Developer -> Assets -> Bitcoin -> Move funds (WIF).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Commie on September 17, 2017, 05:52:55 PM
It's not really 'import' but It's more like moving your funds from the address you have the private keys of to your Exodus address, I believe its the equivalent of "sweep" in other wallet providers. If you don't have the developer menu, you can bring it by doing: CTRL + SHIFT + D. Head then to the Menu, Developer -> Assets -> Bitcoin -> Move funds (WIF).

Thank you for your answer. I use personalized address and wanted to have the same one in Exodus too, but apparently there's no way to do that.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ytkingo on September 17, 2017, 09:48:15 PM
Will Exodus support Bitcoin Cash?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on September 18, 2017, 12:40:54 AM
Will Exodus support Bitcoin Cash?
Eden (the advanced version of Exodus) already support Bitcoin Cash and other assets.

You can find more and download here: https://www.exodus.io/eden/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Icon on September 18, 2017, 12:46:42 AM
how about adding ark :) want to buy some but don't want to run qt's :(

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Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 20, 2017, 10:46:01 AM
Thank you for your answer. I use personalized address and wanted to have the same one in Exodus too, but apparently there's no way to do that.

It won't be possible with any wallet that use seeds because all private keys of your wallet are pre generated from the seed, importing another private key will mean that the key doesn't belong to the seed so If you forget this point and lose access to your wallet and decide to restore it using the passphrase, everything will be restored except the imported address, It's better to use the move funds feature.

Will Exodus support Bitcoin Cash?

I checked the roadmap and It's not listed there but it's worth mentioning that Eden support BitcoinCash so It's very possible that It will come soon and the Roadmap is just not updated.

how about adding ark :) want to buy some but don't want to run qt's :(

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The assets are only considered If they are listed on ShapeShift.io (which is not the case for ARK) and they are in the top 50 in CoinMarketCap.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on September 29, 2017, 10:47:55 AM
Two new releases came out this time (1.35.0 and 1.35.2). The changes done to the software were nothing significant except for adding a new token called SALT (probably no one heard of) but from checking the site, I believe they have a partnership with Exodus and that's they were added even though they are not in ShapeShift (but they soon will be) or in the top 50 in CoinMarketCap. Full changelog: https://www.exodus.io/releases/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Tara11 on October 04, 2017, 07:12:26 AM
Two new releases came out this time (1.35.0 and 1.35.2). The changes done to the software were nothing significant except for adding a new token called SALT (probably no one heard of) but from checking the site, I believe they have a partnership with Exodus and that's they were added even though they are not in ShapeShift (but they soon will be) or in the top 50 in CoinMarketCap. Full changelog: https://www.exodus.io/releases/

Hello, why my balance has omisego? Is it some kind of gift? I never bought omisego.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on October 04, 2017, 07:49:33 AM
Two new releases came out this time (1.35.0 and 1.35.2). The changes done to the software were nothing significant except for adding a new token called SALT (probably no one heard of) but from checking the site, I believe they have a partnership with Exodus and that's they were added even though they are not in ShapeShift (but they soon will be) or in the top 50 in CoinMarketCap. Full changelog: https://www.exodus.io/releases/

Hello, why my balance has omisego? Is it some kind of gift? I never bought omisego.

Yes, it was a gift in a way (airdrop) to ETH holders.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: 92GTA on October 05, 2017, 04:33:44 PM
I would like to see Exodus support Monero (XMR) as soon as possible.

I created a subreddit post here for people to up-vote to get their attention:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ExodusWallet/comments/7499sd/feature_request_monero_xmr_support/

Please up-vote the feature request post I made so we can make this a higher priority for them!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on October 05, 2017, 07:57:16 PM
I would like to see Exodus support Monero (XMR) as soon as possible.

I created a subreddit post here for people to up-vote to get their attention:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ExodusWallet/comments/7499sd/feature_request_monero_xmr_support/

Please up-vote the feature request post I made so we can make this a higher priority for them!
You could also join their Slack[1] to talk directly with a dev. But IMO they are already looking forward to support Monero.
This comment[2] was posted over 8 months ago by the Exodus co-founder but it means that they are already looking on how to integrate Monero to Exodus as soon as possible.

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Just so you know, Monero support is our #1 requested feature. It beats out hardware wallet support (#2 requested) by at least 100% - so we're strongly financially incentivized to make it happen.

Unfortunately it's going to be awhile, as we won't release until the UX of Monero feels like every other asset inside of Exodus.

[1] https://exodus-invite.herokuapp.com/
[2] https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5qy9f5/any_updates_from_exodus/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: 92GTA on October 05, 2017, 08:11:03 PM
Thanks for the info. Like I said in my reddit post, it shows as "under evaluation", not "planned" or "in beta" on their roadmap page so I thought it was not really on their radar.

I'm glad to hear that it is.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 08, 2017, 06:53:28 AM
Two new releases came out this time (1.35.0 and 1.35.2). The changes done to the software were nothing significant except for adding a new token called SALT (probably no one heard of) but from checking the site, I believe they have a partnership with Exodus and that's they were added even though they are not in ShapeShift (but they soon will be) or in the top 50 in CoinMarketCap. Full changelog: https://www.exodus.io/releases/

Hello, why my balance has omisego? Is it some kind of gift? I never bought omisego.

Yes, it was a gift in a way (airdrop) to ETH holders.
Exactly, to be more specific all those who had some Ether in their wallet on July 7 received some OMG, of course the quantity was proportional to the ETH quantity.

I was surprised as well :D


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: btcney on October 08, 2017, 07:03:57 AM
I would like to see Exodus support Monero (XMR) as soon as possible.

I created a subreddit post here for people to up-vote to get their attention:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ExodusWallet/comments/7499sd/feature_request_monero_xmr_support/

Please up-vote the feature request post I made so we can make this a higher priority for them!

The thing is, having Monero in Exodus is going to take away a lot of the privacy that you would get if you ran a full node. However, it is still going to be significantly more privacy than bitcoin even in the case of an exodus integration.

No idea why in the world they haven't finished it yet, it's been a long while already.

XMR is one of the actual, legit coins out there.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 09, 2017, 08:35:38 PM
Guys, does anybody know what's gonna happen with Bitcoin Gold? Can we get them with Exodus? Owning the private keys should be enough, but have they ever said something about the new coin?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 09, 2017, 08:50:43 PM
I contacted them and they literally answered me 5 minutes later, I told them their customer service is just insane, I've never seen such a good service!  :o

Anyway this is their answer:

In case of a potential fork, we will not support Bitcoin Gold, at least not at first. The development team behind the fork has not provided any instructions and we do not know what they are exactly trying to achieve with this fork.

Do not hesitate to look through our roadmap to see the assets we plan to add to the wallet:
http://support.exodus.io/article/96-exodus-wallet-roadmap

We will probably do the same thing we did for Bitcoin Cash and create an easy way for the users to split their assets. We will need to wait for the fork to be sure how it will work.

You don't need to do anything right now. You will always have the option of exporting your private keys after the fork to claim the forked coins through their official wallet in the case of Exodus cannot create a simple feature for you to split your assets.

Unfortunately, there's no Bitcoin Gold wallet available yet, so it's not possible for me to guide you step-by-step. All the details and tutorials will start popping up after the fork. Don't worry, your coins will be safe in your Exodus wallet before and after the fork. =)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: HashFace on October 10, 2017, 10:29:01 PM
I thought I'd give this thread a bump in support of the outstanding job Exodus is doing. 

If you are not aware, they have an "unsupported" version called "Eden" http://www.exodus.io/eden/ which is basically their testing ground for new coins to be added to exodus.  It's a use at your own risk type of release.  In addtion to what's on Exodus, Eden has added a few big names, like Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Etherium Classic, Factom, and a few ERC20 tokens not yet supported by Exodus ... Ox, Digix, Metal, Storj, etc....  Here is the full list.  Definitely my favorite wallet.


Exodus Eden Supported Assets

0x (ZRX)
Aragon (ANT)
Augur (REP)
Basic Attention Token (BAT)
Bancor (BNT)
Bitcoin (BTC)
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Civic (CVC)
Dash (DASH)
Decred (DCR)
DigixDAO (DGD)
District0x (DNT)
EOS (EOS)
Ethereum Classic (ETC)
Ethereum (ETH)
Factom (FCT)
FirstBlood (1ST)
FunFair (FUN)
Gnosis (GNO)
Golem (GNT)
Litecoin (LTC)
Metal (MTL)
OmiseGo (OMG)
QTUM (QTUM)
Ripple (XRP)
Salt (SALT)
Status (SNT)
Storj (STORJ)
Wings (WINGS)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Icon on October 10, 2017, 10:32:24 PM
Is there a reason i cant send my qtum off my exodus wallet to my qt wallet? I have the wallet address and enough to pay for the tx fees but the send button is grayed out and wont let me send my coins... I know the shapeshift exchange is down for qtum but still would like to send the coins to my qt wallet  :(

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does it matter that the address box is red outline around it when i paste the qtum receive address in it?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: 92GTA on October 10, 2017, 10:41:11 PM
Damn, Monero isn't even in the Eden build yet :(



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 10, 2017, 10:58:25 PM
Is there a reason i cant send my qtum off my exodus wallet to my qt wallet? I have the wallet address and enough to pay for the tx fees but the send button is grayed out and wont let me send my coins... I know the shapeshift exchange is down for qtum but still would like to send the coins to my qt wallet  :(

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PS

does it matter that the address box is red outline around it when i paste the qtum receive address in it?

I suggest you to contact their customer service, they're very quick in answering and I'm sure they can explain what's going on. It's much faster than asking here ;)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Crypington on October 10, 2017, 11:20:54 PM
Is there a reason i cant send my qtum off my exodus wallet to my qt wallet? I have the wallet address and enough to pay for the tx fees but the send button is grayed out and wont let me send my coins... I know the shapeshift exchange is down for qtum but still would like to send the coins to my qt wallet  :(

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does it matter that the address box is red outline around it when i paste the qtum receive address in it?


Are you aware of the oct4 qtum token swap?  Qtum is no longer an erc20 token, and you should have sent your qtum to an exchange that was supporting the swap prior to October 4.  The Exodus team mentioned on slack there was still one exchange that would work with people who missed the swap date.  I'd get on slack and find out what is going on with your send and which exchange still will do the swap... Perhaps the issue is related.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on October 11, 2017, 09:05:22 AM
Is there a date when Eden will be officialy released (not just an alpha or beta)?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 11, 2017, 01:52:58 PM
Is there a date when Eden will be officialy released (not just an alpha or beta)?

Eden will never get officially released because It was never meant to be for average users. It's more for testing and reporting bugs. In other words, whatever you currently see in Eden will eventually come to Exodus as well.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: ppy on October 11, 2017, 02:09:42 PM
Will be any plan for zcash and monero  ???


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on October 11, 2017, 05:26:25 PM
Will be any plan for zcash and monero  ???
ZCash is tagged as "evaluating" in Exodus roadmap - with this comment: "If the Zcash network remains stable and has continual upgrades it is likely we will support this asset in 2017."

About Monero, I posted this last week:
I would like to see Exodus support Monero (XMR) as soon as possible.

I created a subreddit post here for people to up-vote to get their attention:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ExodusWallet/comments/7499sd/feature_request_monero_xmr_support/

Please up-vote the feature request post I made so we can make this a higher priority for them!
You could also join their Slack[1] to talk directly with a dev. But IMO they are already looking forward to support Monero.
This comment[2] was posted over 8 months ago by the Exodus co-founder but it means that they are already looking on how to integrate Monero to Exodus as soon as possible.

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Just so you know, Monero support is our #1 requested feature. It beats out hardware wallet support (#2 requested) by at least 100% - so we're strongly financially incentivized to make it happen.

Unfortunately it's going to be awhile, as we won't release until the UX of Monero feels like every other asset inside of Exodus.

[1] https://exodus-invite.herokuapp.com/
[2] https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5qy9f5/any_updates_from_exodus/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 14, 2017, 05:51:58 PM
They released a couple of days ago a new version, now they support also BCH and ETC! But I'm still waiting for the 2FA...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 15, 2017, 05:40:35 AM
A new version (1.36.1) got released before the planned date and the changelogs can be found on the releases (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). Another release should be expected in 11 days and in the meantime, the current roadmap shows that these assets are In beta (so they must be added next): 0x (ZRX), Bancor (BNT), DigixDAO (DGD), District0x (DNT), Factom (FCT), FirstBlood (1ST), FunFair (FUN), Metal (MTL), Ripple (XRP), Status (SNT), Storj (STORJ),Wings (WINGS). 2FA, SegWit transactions and Hardware wallets support are still planned but might take some time.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: |Admiral| on October 15, 2017, 01:50:10 PM
A new version (1.36.1) got released before the planned date and the changelogs can be found on the releases (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). Another release should be expected in 11 days and in the meantime, the current roadmap shows that these assets are In beta (so they must be added next): 0x (ZRX), Bancor (BNT), DigixDAO (DGD), District0x (DNT), Factom (FCT), FirstBlood (1ST), FunFair (FUN), Metal (MTL), Ripple (XRP), Status (SNT), Storj (STORJ),Wings (WINGS). 2FA, SegWit transactions and Hardware wallets support are still planned but might take some time.

I find this wallet cool but i have got a problem, I used to use Exodus for BTC, GNT , ETH , LTC.
I had exported all the private keys to a notepad but recently when i joined my first signature campaign of life in this forum and while submitting the ETH address i mistakenly submitted the ETH privatekeys.
It is a matter of shame from my side but all my eth and GNT were swept by some fucker, As a result i have stopped using Exodus for ETH, so anyways i can replace my ETH address with a new fresh one so that everything is fine as before??


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 15, 2017, 06:37:52 PM
A new version (1.36.1) got released before the planned date and the changelogs can be found on the releases (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). Another release should be expected in 11 days and in the meantime, the current roadmap shows that these assets are In beta (so they must be added next): 0x (ZRX), Bancor (BNT), DigixDAO (DGD), District0x (DNT), Factom (FCT), FirstBlood (1ST), FunFair (FUN), Metal (MTL), Ripple (XRP), Status (SNT), Storj (STORJ),Wings (WINGS). 2FA, SegWit transactions and Hardware wallets support are still planned but might take some time.

If they add Ripple in the next release would be great! Except the hardware wallet I don't know any reliable desktop wallet which supports them!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Icon on October 15, 2017, 06:41:07 PM
Why does exodus wallet still have the eth address (erc20) coin address for qtum, seeing the main net has been up and running over a week now, want to move coins (real ones) back to exodus

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Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on October 15, 2017, 09:48:05 PM
How is Exodus handling the fork?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on October 15, 2017, 10:22:17 PM
How is Exodus handling the fork?
They will probably do the same they did with Bitcoin Cash and implement a process to sweep your coins from the other chain - and maybe add full support if the demand is high enought. Look at this post from the previous page of this thread:

I contacted them and they literally answered me 5 minutes later, I told them their customer service is just insane, I've never seen such a good service!  :o

Anyway this is their answer:

In case of a potential fork, we will not support Bitcoin Gold, at least not at first. The development team behind the fork has not provided any instructions and we do not know what they are exactly trying to achieve with this fork.

Do not hesitate to look through our roadmap to see the assets we plan to add to the wallet:
http://support.exodus.io/article/96-exodus-wallet-roadmap

We will probably do the same thing we did for Bitcoin Cash and create an easy way for the users to split their assets. We will need to wait for the fork to be sure how it will work.

You don't need to do anything right now. You will always have the option of exporting your private keys after the fork to claim the forked coins through their official wallet in the case of Exodus cannot create a simple feature for you to split your assets.

Unfortunately, there's no Bitcoin Gold wallet available yet, so it's not possible for me to guide you step-by-step. All the details and tutorials will start popping up after the fork. Don't worry, your coins will be safe in your Exodus wallet before and after the fork. =)



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on October 15, 2017, 10:29:07 PM
Thanks for the info.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: miningguru on October 16, 2017, 06:53:57 AM
Is there a date when Eden will be officialy released (not just an alpha or beta)?

Eden will never get officially released because It was never meant to be for average users. It's more for testing and reporting bugs. In other words, whatever you currently see in Eden will eventually come to Exodus as well.

Whether both of them belong to the same company or Exodus is completely different one from Eden. Do I want to know how long it will be secured for us to store our coins in these Exodus wallets?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 16, 2017, 04:41:26 PM
I find this wallet cool but i have got a problem, I used to use Exodus for BTC, GNT , ETH , LTC.
I had exported all the private keys to a notepad but recently when i joined my first signature campaign of life in this forum and while submitting the ETH address i mistakenly submitted the ETH privatekeys.
It is a matter of shame from my side but all my eth and GNT were swept by some fucker, As a result i have stopped using Exodus for ETH, so anyways i can replace my ETH address with a new fresh one so that everything is fine as before??

You should be able to generate a new address: http://support.exodus.io/article/81-how-do-i-generate-a-new-bitcoin-address and a new private key should be generated with it but check using the export option to see If it match with the old one or not, just to confirm.

Whether both of them belong to the same company or Exodus is completely different one from Eden. Do I want to know how long it will be secured for us to store our coins in these Exodus wallets?

It's developed by the same group of people, It's the same company. It's totally safe (as long as your computer have no malware) to store your funds at Exodus as It's the stable version while Eden is for testing purposes.

Why does exodus wallet still have the eth address (erc20) coin address for qtum, seeing the main net has been up and running over a week now, want to move coins (real ones) back to exodus

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I'am not sure. I forwarded your question to the developers and I will let you know If they answer me.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: denizzz on October 19, 2017, 09:51:59 AM
I installed this Exodus wallet and it looks very attractive.
The only thing that kinda bugs me is that it doesn't ask for any password or key when I turn it on.
Am I missing something?



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on October 19, 2017, 10:09:02 AM
I installed this Exodus wallet and it looks very attractive.
The only thing that kinda bugs me is that it doesn't ask for any password or key when I turn it on.
Am I missing something?



Yes you are, I have to put password every time I open it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: denizzz on October 19, 2017, 11:04:59 AM
I installed this Exodus wallet and it looks very attractive.
The only thing that kinda bugs me is that it doesn't ask for any password or key when I turn it on.
Am I missing something?



Yes you are, I have to put password every time I open it.

What do I need to do?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on October 19, 2017, 12:42:31 PM
What do I need to do?
When you follow the first backup proccess - to restore your wallet in the future in case you lose access to it -, Exodus will ask you to create a password that will be used to protect your wallet at every startup. Have you done this? Watch this video[1] at Exodus support page if you need help.

[1] http://support.exodus.io/article/55-how-can-i-password-protect-my-assets


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 19, 2017, 03:52:18 PM
Why does exodus wallet still have the eth address (erc20) coin address for qtum, seeing the main net has been up and running over a week now, want to move coins (real ones) back to exodus

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I have received an answer from them. Basically, Qtum Ignition is not as easy as adding an ERC20 asset (which make sense). It may not be a first priority either as they need to have ShapeShift supporting it first. If that doesn't happen, It will never get added.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on October 19, 2017, 04:39:45 PM
I downloaded exodus a couple of days ago , thought I would find all the popular coins listed on it
as I can see in the OP the photo is showing DOGE available , but I don't have DOGE available in my wallet
is there anyway to add it ?? or did Exodus disable it in the past days ?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on October 19, 2017, 05:38:31 PM
I downloaded exodus a couple of days ago , thought I would find all the popular coins listed on it
as I can see in the OP the photo is showing DOGE available , but I don't have DOGE available in my wallet
is there anyway to add it ?? or did Exodus disable it in the past days ?
They removed Doge some time ago. The source is this Reddit thread posted by an Exodus dev 3 months ago.

TL;DR: Exodus removes Dogecoin because of missing public Insight updates and continuous developer community involvement.

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Hi /r/dogecoin,

Today, Exodus is announcing the removal of Dogecoin support from Exodus. Although we love the Dogecoin community and ever have since I posted one of our first beta announcements 1-year ago (https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/3wewdi/test_new_wallet_with_shapeshift_and_doge_support/), the development seems to have gone stale with not many updates to key components we need. The last release of Dogecoin core was in Nov of 2015.

Unfortunately Exodus is built on support from public Insight servers and Dogecoin does not have the latest updates to Insight. We have asked around and it does not seem this is going to happen anytime soon.

The good news is our friends at Jaxx (https://jaxx.io/) now support Dogecoin on all platforms that Exodus supports and much, much more. We are now recommending all users of Dogecoin to send Dogecoin out of Exodus to Jaxx. Here's how you can easily do it: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-to-leave-exodus

Dogecoin has been disabled by default with this most recent release of Exodus (1.29.0). For those who do not have Dogecoin assets in Exodus, it will not be possible to enable Dogecoin support after the release on Aug 3rd. For those who do have Dogecoin assets inside of Exodus, releases on and after Sept 14th will no longer include Dogecoin support. You can still continue to use Dogecoin inside of Exodus after Sept 14th, but you'll be stuck using an older version of Exodus.

Recap of Exodus Releases Timeline:

- July 6th: Exodus 1.29.0, Dogecoin disabled by default. Still possible to reenable.
- Aug 3rd: Exodus 1.31.0, Dogecoin removed for users without a balance.
- Sept 14th: Exodus 1.34.0, Dogecoin removed in this version and all future versions.

Note, after Sept 14th, Dogecoin will still work in older versions of Exodus!

We realize this will come off as a gut punch to many of you who revere Dogecoin so much. We're truly sorry it's came to this. We sincerely appreciate and thank you as a community for being so supportive over the months.
[1] https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/6mrnkw/exodus_removing_dogecoin/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 19, 2017, 09:55:24 PM
Why does exodus wallet still have the eth address (erc20) coin address for qtum, seeing the main net has been up and running over a week now, want to move coins (real ones) back to exodus

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I have received an answer from them. Basically, Qtum Ignition is not as easy as adding an ERC20 asset (which make sense). It may not be a first priority either as they need to have ShapeShift supporting it first. If that doesn't happen, It will never get added.
Mmm that's a pity, I still have Qtum in Bittrex, I was thinking about moving them to Exodus and now I have to look for another wallet then  :P


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: altrolo017 on October 20, 2017, 10:08:33 PM
Hi, I believe I have the latest version but I can't see any QTUM wallet, I thought Exodus supported it.

Thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 21, 2017, 03:20:16 PM
Hi, I believe I have the latest version but I can't see any QTUM wallet, I thought Exodus supported it.

Thanks.

They used to when it was an ERC20 but It's no longer the case. It may take sometime until you see it in the wallet again.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: denizzz on October 23, 2017, 01:56:41 PM
What do I need to do?
When you follow the first backup proccess - to restore your wallet in the future in case you lose access to it -, Exodus will ask you to create a password that will be used to protect your wallet at every startup. Have you done this? Watch this video[1] at Exodus support page if you need help.

[1] http://support.exodus.io/article/55-how-can-i-password-protect-my-assets

I'll check this out and do that backup, thank you for info!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: digital$ on October 24, 2017, 11:16:33 AM
hello guys, does "exodus" support BTG(bitcoin gold)?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 24, 2017, 06:45:10 PM
Exodus won't support Bitcoin Gold. Instead, they will be focusing on SegWit2x fork which should come in mid November. You still have access to your private keys though and you can export them (http://support.exodus.io/article/86-how-can-i-view-my-private-keys) and import them in any Bitcoin Gold wallet in order to retrieve them. It's worth mentioning that BTG don't have replay protection so this can be dangerous, I suggest not doing any thing until things are clear.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: digital$ on October 25, 2017, 03:51:52 AM
Exodus won't support Bitcoin Gold. Instead, they will be focusing on SegWit2x fork which should come in mid November. You still have access to your private keys though and you can export them (http://support.exodus.io/article/86-how-can-i-view-my-private-keys) and import them in any Bitcoin Gold wallet in order to retrieve them. It's worth mentioning that BTG don't have replay protection so this can be dangerous, I suggest not doing any thing until things are clear.

thanks for reply...will wait until things clear :)


Title: Did I just lose all my money? (Upgrade to 1.36.1 from 1.31.1) - PLEASE HELP!
Post by: MoreGuney on October 25, 2017, 10:25:17 PM
Did I just lose close to $40K in cryptocurrency as a result of an upgrade?   :( :( :( :(

Downloaded the upgrade (from the Exodus official site), ran the install, got the "Install complete, you can run the upgraded version from the shortcut on your desktop" message, tried running it.....NOTHING.  The program does NOT come up.  Tried waiting, re-running multiple times.....the app is not coming up.  I have a VERY, VERY bad feeling.   :-\  The thin is, I can see the Exodus process in task manager...but the app is not running on my computer.  If I completely uninstalled and re-installed, would that be the next thing to try?  Kind of desperate at this point, that is a lot of money.  (To me.)

Any word of advise would be much appreciated.  Thanks in advance.


Title: Re: Did I just lose all my money? (Upgrade to 1.36.1 from 1.31.1) - PLEASE HELP!
Post by: superbit on October 26, 2017, 03:09:57 AM
Did I just lose close to $40K in cryptocurrency as a result of an upgrade?   :( :( :( :(

Downloaded the upgrade (from the Exodus official site), ran the install, got the "Install complete, you can run the upgraded version from the shortcut on your desktop" message, tried running it.....NOTHING.  The program does NOT come up.  Tried waiting, re-running multiple times.....the app is not coming up.  I have a VERY, VERY bad feeling.   :-\  The thin is, I can see the Exodus process in task manager...but the app is not running on my computer.  If I completely uninstalled and re-installed, would that be the next thing to try?  Kind of desperate at this point, that is a lot of money.  (To me.)

Any word of advise would be much appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

Kill the process in task manager run it again, if that fails have you restarted?

As long as you backed up you will be fine if we can't get it back up and running from this install.


Title: Re: Did I just lose all my money? (Upgrade to 1.36.1 from 1.31.1) - PLEASE HELP!
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 26, 2017, 06:22:14 AM
Did I just lose close to $40K in cryptocurrency as a result of an upgrade?   :( :( :( :(

Downloaded the upgrade (from the Exodus official site), ran the install, got the "Install complete, you can run the upgraded version from the shortcut on your desktop" message, tried running it.....NOTHING.  The program does NOT come up.  Tried waiting, re-running multiple times.....the app is not coming up.  I have a VERY, VERY bad feeling.   :-\  The thin is, I can see the Exodus process in task manager...but the app is not running on my computer.  If I completely uninstalled and re-installed, would that be the next thing to try?  Kind of desperate at this point, that is a lot of money.  (To me.)

Any word of advise would be much appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

I'm going to assume that you do have the seed. If yes, there is nothing to be afraid of. The FAQ clearly state that installing a new version and overwriting an old version is safe as Exodus keeps your blockchain assets in a separate location. The issue might be on the update itself so maybe downgrading will help. Still, I suggest not doing anything for now, I forwarded your question to the Co founder, I will let you know once I get a reply.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 26, 2017, 12:10:03 PM
The co founder confirmed that you didn't lose any funds and that you should contact them immediately through: support@exodus.io


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crisdean on October 26, 2017, 10:45:18 PM
Apologies for the random statement but Exodus team. Are you serious with your network fees? Please explain to me this ridicule setting.
Until this is rectified I'm moving wallets.



Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on October 26, 2017, 11:43:27 PM
Apologies for the random statement but Exodus team. Are you serious with your network fees? Please explain to me this ridicule setting.
Until this is rectified I'm moving wallets.
If you check on their website it's clearly explained why the fees are quite high, and to avoid this problem you can download Eden, which allows you to choose the fees.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on October 30, 2017, 11:43:29 AM
The wallet had two updates in 26th and 27th October. You can now send/receive and also exchange (for any other asset) district0x and FunFair. Other minor changes and bugfixes can be found here: https://www.exodus.io/releases/


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Tara11 on November 01, 2017, 05:04:54 AM
I received some tokens in my ethereum address on exodus. How do I move them to exchanges? I see nothing on exodus platform. I can see them on etherscan.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 01, 2017, 06:46:02 AM
I received some tokens in my ethereum address on exodus. How do I move them to exchanges? I see nothing on exodus platform. I can see them on etherscan.

If the token is available in Exodus then you should be able to see it otherwise you can't. You will have to export the private keys from the Ethereum wallet and import them somewhere else (It should work with Myetherwallet.com).


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Tara11 on November 02, 2017, 09:23:17 AM
I received some tokens in my ethereum address on exodus. How do I move them to exchanges? I see nothing on exodus platform. I can see them on etherscan.

If the token is available in Exodus then you should be able to see it otherwise you can't. You will have to export the private keys from the Ethereum wallet and import them somewhere else (It should work with Myetherwallet.com).

Thanks for the support.  :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 02, 2017, 11:57:47 AM
I have exodus 1.37.1 and I have used exodus few times before their last upgrade , now I'm trying to send some bitcoins from my exodus wallet and I'm getting an error message saying ( Transaction error : Broadcast transaction error . if this persists , please contact support@exodus.io )

any idea on this ?? also how can I contact their support , I mean how can they know what wallet I'm using or in other words what should I tell them so they can know what my wallet is ?? the receive address is enough for that ??

please share with me if you were able to do a transaction in the last 30 minutes or so using exodus , cause this may be a general problem at the moment


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 02, 2017, 01:35:19 PM
The support email is: support@exodus.io as they told you or you can contact them through slack. You will only need to provide the version you're using and the error message, anything else in this case is irrelevant. I forwarded your question to the team but feel free to contact them too, they may answer faster.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 02, 2017, 02:04:56 PM
The support email is: support@exodus.io as they told you or you can contact them through slack. You will only need to provide the version you're using and the error message, anything else in this case is irrelevant. I forwarded your question to the team but feel free to contact them too, they may answer faster.

thanks a lot Omega the problem was solved , it seems that some bugs happening with the new version
my problem was that my balance was showing more than what I actually have , cause I had received a transaction 4 days ago and the new version of the wallet showed it two times

the problem got solved by refreshing the wallet , I didn't know that there is a refresh option when you hover the mouse over the currency  symbol  ;D
so if you face the same problem here is the solution 


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: z0n0 on November 02, 2017, 04:14:20 PM
The support email is: support@exodus.io as they told you or you can contact them through slack. You will only need to provide the version you're using and the error message, anything else in this case is irrelevant. I forwarded your question to the team but feel free to contact them too, they may answer faster.

thanks a lot Omega the problem was solved , it seems that some bugs happening with the new version
my problem was that my balance was showing more than what I actually have , cause I had received a transaction 4 days ago and the new version of the wallet showed it two times

the problem got solved by refreshing the wallet , I didn't know that there is a refresh option when you hover the mouse over the currency  symbol  ;D
so if you face the same problem here is the solution 

Had the very same problem...thank for this info  :)


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 09, 2017, 08:36:24 PM
ehh I still suffer bugs using exodus , now can't send bitcoins and when I try to rescan the blockchain I get an error message
a couple of days this happened with me and it got fixed like after 2 hours without doing anything , now been trying to send for like 4 hours and still getting the same message

I upgraded the wallet but still having the same thing , support saying that I need to get another connection but still having the same
tried to rescan the litecoin blockchain and it was successful , so the problem only exists with bitcoin for me

anyone having the same issue today ?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 10, 2017, 12:19:40 AM
That's actually the first time I hear such a problem, anyway in a few hours they're gonna release a new version, in the meantime did you try with another internet connection as they suggested you?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 10, 2017, 12:56:32 AM
That's actually the first time I hear such a problem, anyway in a few hours they're gonna release a new version, in the meantime did you try with another internet connection as they suggested you?

No I didn't cause I haven't left the house today also I don't have moblie internet , but tried to restart the router many times cause they suggested that and still facing the same issue
I guess better wait till tomorrow , I thought the release they made 1.37.2 was supposed to solve it so hopefully they are working on fixing this


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 10, 2017, 07:28:38 AM
1.37.2 and 1.38.0 has been released today. No new coins added but there are a lot of improvements and bugfixes, full changelog here (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). The bug of rescanning should be fixed now so I suggest everyone to upgrade, If the problem persists, please contact the support at support@exodus.io


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 10, 2017, 02:25:33 PM
1.37.2 and 1.38.0 has been released today. No new coins added but there are a lot of improvements and bugfixes, full changelog here (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). The bug of rescanning should be fixed now so I suggest everyone to upgrade, If the problem persists, please contact the support at support@exodus.io

just upgraded to 1.38.0 and the problem still here , I'm not sure what I can do with that since the last time the problem was solved by just waiting more hours without doing anything else

gonna contact the support one more time , but I guess I won't use the wallet again cause it's too much hustle for me with these bugs every few days


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 10, 2017, 02:44:32 PM
1.37.2 and 1.38.0 has been released today. No new coins added but there are a lot of improvements and bugfixes, full changelog here (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). The bug of rescanning should be fixed now so I suggest everyone to upgrade, If the problem persists, please contact the support at support@exodus.io

just upgraded to 1.38.0 and the problem still here , I'm not sure what I can do with that since the last time the problem was solved by just waiting more hours without doing anything else

gonna contact the support one more time , but I guess I won't use the wallet again cause it's too much hustle for me with these bugs every few days
I suggest you again to tray with a different internet connection, maybe that could help you to solve the issue, if I were you I'd give it a try, don't you think?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: SyGambler on November 10, 2017, 03:09:25 PM
1.37.2 and 1.38.0 has been released today. No new coins added but there are a lot of improvements and bugfixes, full changelog here (https://www.exodus.io/releases/). The bug of rescanning should be fixed now so I suggest everyone to upgrade, If the problem persists, please contact the support at support@exodus.io

just upgraded to 1.38.0 and the problem still here , I'm not sure what I can do with that since the last time the problem was solved by just waiting more hours without doing anything else

gonna contact the support one more time , but I guess I won't use the wallet again cause it's too much hustle for me with these bugs every few days
I suggest you again to tray with a different internet connection, maybe that could help you to solve the issue, if I were you I'd give it a try, don't you think?

no it's not my connection , I tried sending and receiving litecoin and all worked fine so the problem mainly exists with bitcoin wallet
I have contacted their support and let me quote what they said :

Quote
Hello,

I'm sorry for the trouble you're having. You are correct that the BTC balance issue is not solved in the new version for people living outside of the US. We realized it this morning as reports from across the planet shows that the problem is not solved at all.

We will fix this as soon as we can. In the meantime, you can use a VPN and within the VPN a US (or Canadian) server in order to refresh and send BTC transactions from the Exodus wallet

so the users outside of US or Canada are still having the same issue , basically the two upgrades didn't fix the problem at all actually it was kinda better for me before the upgrades  ;D

so users need to use a VPN now , I haven't tried it before cause their support last time said to me that VPNs may actually be the problem and asked me to not use VPN


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 10, 2017, 03:25:39 PM
so users need to use a VPN now , I haven't tried it before cause their support last time said to me that VPNs may actually be the problem and asked me to not use VPN
Mmm I've been using both Exodus and a VPN for months and I had zero problems till now. I moved Bitcoin, Cash, Dash and Ether.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: jmxcursi on November 11, 2017, 08:35:42 PM
I added Exodus to the Cheddur app (https://www.cheddur.com/) via community request! This will allow more people to learn about Exodus and get started. Weve also linked all of the coins, countries, and apps that Exodus supports / can be legally used in, this way new users can discover Exodus based on the coins they own, where they live, or the devices they use.

If you've used Exodus, don't forget to leave a review! The more popular the service is (via ratings), the higher it will appear in search results and the more likely new users will find it! :)

Screenshots:

https://i.imgur.com/uVHi9JS.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/J91mCE6.png

https://i.imgur.com/7n42hGs.png


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: sokicsokic on November 12, 2017, 10:45:11 AM
i have my wallet on mac.. i wanted use today but i dont know where i saved my 12 words,also i cant get recovery link to mail,i tried unistal and delete app to create new acc but when i instal again i am automatic logged in old account,i didnt have any funds on acc so i would like to create new acc on my macbook.. how i can do that?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 12, 2017, 06:13:34 PM
Just to make sure I get you. You simply forgot your recovery info in an account where you have no funds and you want to make another one? If so, follow the instructions (http://support.exodus.io/article/80-how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over) please.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: coindetective on November 12, 2017, 10:21:12 PM
A really great wallet and an awesome support. They keep delivering regular updates and I really like using it for my day to day stuff. I d like to see NEO and Gas on Exodus, that s my only recommendation. I did help a few my friends download, install it and explained to them how easy it is to use it. They re also very happy with Exodus.

Thumbs up, great stuff guys.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: sokicsokic on November 13, 2017, 07:18:50 AM
Just to make sure I get you. You simply forgot your recovery info in an account where you have no funds and you want to make another one? If so, follow the instructions (http://support.exodus.io/article/80-how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over) please.

Mac: Hard Drive > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > Library > Application Support > Exodus

i doint have exodus folder in application support


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 13, 2017, 10:51:45 PM
A really great wallet and an awesome support. They keep delivering regular updates and I really like using it for my day to day stuff. I d like to see NEO and Gas on Exodus, that s my only recommendation.
I'm not 100% sure but I think they're gonna add soon both Neo + Gas, I read something like that on Reddit if I'm not wrong.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: TryNinja on November 14, 2017, 12:26:36 AM
I'm not 100% sure but I think they're gonna add soon both Neo + Gas, I read something like that on Reddit if I'm not wrong.
NEO is currently marked as "Planned" in Exodus roadmap. I haven't seem anything about Gas.

http://support.exodus.io/article/96-exodus-wallet-roadmap


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: care2yak on November 14, 2017, 02:46:51 AM
Happy to see a thread dedicated to Exodus. I have bitcoins there and would like to take advantage of the forked assets bch and btg. I haven't tried accessing my private keys and exporting them and would appreciate some help/tips.

If I export to a bch and btg wallet, that action would not affect my bitcoins in exodus, right? Or do I have to move my bitcoins first before exporting to bch or btg wallets? Thanks.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: BlackRock on November 14, 2017, 05:12:48 AM
My experience with exodus wallet is very good.But lately their fee has gone up.
Waiting for Eden go live and als to improve /add more futures like importing addresses etc


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mobnepal on November 14, 2017, 07:14:36 AM
My experience with exodus wallet is very good.But lately their fee has gone up.
Waiting for Eden go live and als to improve /add more futures like importing addresses etc

Importing address is available but its not like importing your address, it moves your balance from another address to your exodus address. They might not allow import of the address in future too as you will not be able to use those imported address with their backup phrase in future.

What fee you are talking about? If you are talking about fee they have during exchange than its not their fee, its fee that will be taken by shapeshift which provide exchange feature within the wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crazyivan on November 14, 2017, 07:56:46 AM
A really great wallet and an awesome support. They keep delivering regular updates and I really like using it for my day to day stuff. I d like to see NEO and Gas on Exodus, that s my only recommendation.
I'm not 100% sure but I think they're gonna add soon both Neo + Gas, I read something like that on Reddit if I'm not wrong.

It does say it s planned in Exodus plans. I m sure Exodus team know their priorities and they will not skip such an important market player.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 14, 2017, 06:17:06 PM
My experience with exodus wallet is very good.But lately their fee has gone up.
Waiting for Eden go live and als to improve /add more futures like importing addresses etc


Eden won't go live because It's just the test wallet. You can use it but at your own risk. Anything you currently see in Eden, will eventually come to Exodus. As for the fees, If you experienced this only recently then It's probably due to the spam attack (or whatever it is) currently happening in the bitcoin network, changing wallet wouldn't help much.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 14, 2017, 11:13:28 PM
Happy to see a thread dedicated to Exodus. I have bitcoins there and would like to take advantage of the forked assets bch and btg. I haven't tried accessing my private keys and exporting them and would appreciate some help/tips.

If I export to a bch and btg wallet, that action would not affect my bitcoins in exodus, right? Or do I have to move my bitcoins first before exporting to bch or btg wallets? Thanks.
About Cash you can claim them inside Exodus, there is no need to export the private keys and doing other stuff, if you check on their website they explain how to claim Cash.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: sokicsokic on November 14, 2017, 11:42:47 PM
Just to make sure I get you. You simply forgot your recovery info in an account where you have no funds and you want to make another one? If so, follow the instructions (http://support.exodus.io/article/80-how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over) please.

Mac: Hard Drive > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > Library > Application Support > Exodus

i doint have exodus folder in application support

anyone can help?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: superbit on November 15, 2017, 12:02:35 AM
Just to make sure I get you. You simply forgot your recovery info in an account where you have no funds and you want to make another one? If so, follow the instructions (http://support.exodus.io/article/80-how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over) please.

Mac: Hard Drive > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > Library > Application Support > Exodus

i doint have exodus folder in application support

anyone can help?

You don't have your recovery phrase?  Did you setup email recovery and get the email when you first backed up?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: sokicsokic on November 15, 2017, 06:21:45 AM
Just to make sure I get you. You simply forgot your recovery info in an account where you have no funds and you want to make another one? If so, follow the instructions (http://support.exodus.io/article/80-how-do-i-delete-my-wallet-and-start-over) please.

Mac: Hard Drive > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > Library > Application Support > Exodus

i doint have exodus folder in application support

anyone can help?

You don't have your recovery phrase?  Did you setup email recovery and get the email when you first backed up?

i try recover by mail link but i dont get link in mail


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: care2yak on November 15, 2017, 03:51:48 PM
Happy to see a thread dedicated to Exodus. I have bitcoins there and would like to take advantage of the forked assets bch and btg. I haven't tried accessing my private keys and exporting them and would appreciate some help/tips.

If I export to a bch and btg wallet, that action would not affect my bitcoins in exodus, right? Or do I have to move my bitcoins first before exporting to bch or btg wallets? Thanks.
About Cash you can claim them inside Exodus, there is no need to export the private keys and doing other stuff, if you check on their website they explain how to claim Cash.

Yes, did that. Thanks. Guess will just have to wait re their decision about btg.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 15, 2017, 07:58:35 PM
Yes, did that. Thanks. Guess will just have to wait re their decision about btg.
I asked the support time ago about Gold and probably they're gonna do the same thing they did with Cash, giving us the possibility to send them directly from Exodus to another Gold wallet.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: crisdean on November 15, 2017, 08:18:47 PM
Apologies for the random statement but Exodus team. Are you serious with your network fees? Please explain to me this ridicule setting.
Until this is rectified I'm moving wallets.

If you check on their website it's clearly explained why the fees are quite high, and to avoid this problem you can download Eden, which allows you to choose the fees.

TBH I don't know why I posted this....

Of course they don't. Will try Eden.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: GlobalProtection on November 16, 2017, 11:55:58 PM
Hi there,

Thanks for writing to us today about the crazy Golem prices listed in Exodus. We all woke up seeing these prices and about fell out of our chairs in the office!

Exodus gets prices from the Cryptocompare.com pricing data feed. This pricing data tells us, and a lot of others, how much Golem is worth each minute. It seems someone moved a few decimals around to list a Golem price that is not real! We are getting this fixed now. Although I wish we were all Golem millionaires and able to retire on the beach together!

In the future, if you want to fix this immediately, or if you want to pull pricing data from a different source, you can change your pricing data to the coinmarketcap.com pricing data by following these instructions:
http://support.exodus.io/article/60-can-i-change-the-exodus-pricing-feeds

Hope that helps.
Do stay in touch and let us know if you have any more questions.

Kind regards,


Leonardo Bilia
Customer Success Engineer


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: kenjims on November 17, 2017, 05:35:21 PM
I've got all my ethereum and bitcoin stolen from Exodus.

Don't know what to do, never shared my 12 words phrase to anyone or anything like that


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 17, 2017, 05:54:12 PM
I've got all my ethereum and bitcoin stolen from Exodus.

Don't know what to do, never shared my 12 words phrase to anyone or anything like that

Stolen how? all funds were sent to an address? can you share it? It's possible that your computer was infected with malware which is enough to get your password (keylogging) and your wallet files. If that was the case, no desktop wallet could protect you against this.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: mobnepal on November 17, 2017, 06:20:26 PM
Finally started using Exodus as my multicoin wallet.

In past I was using Jaxx and completely relied on it but recently when I tried to send out 100+ ETC from my old Jaxx wallet it is always showing transaction failed message, what the hell is that.

I have even installed jaxx in another machine, recovered wallet from backup phrase and again same error  >:( >:(

Than I thought to give exodus a try, moved funds from jaxx using private key of ETC wow it got transferred to exodus within few seconds. Now after few confirmation I successfully sent it out from the wallet to address where I was trying to send for last few days with jaxx.

I find exodus quite good multicoin wallet...


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: kenjims on November 17, 2017, 07:18:18 PM
I've got all my ethereum and bitcoin stolen from Exodus.

Don't know what to do, never shared my 12 words phrase to anyone or anything like that

Stolen how? all funds were sent to an address? can you share it? It's possible that your computer was infected with malware which is enough to get your password (keylogging) and your wallet files. If that was the case, no desktop wallet could protect you against this.

Yes, don't know man, just too sad for this. But with the wallet files why does he has the access? He can only keylog my exodus password, why can he transfer? My private keys shouldn't be locked?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ale88 on November 18, 2017, 03:36:15 AM
I've got all my ethereum and bitcoin stolen from Exodus.

Don't know what to do, never shared my 12 words phrase to anyone or anything like that

Stolen how? all funds were sent to an address? can you share it? It's possible that your computer was infected with malware which is enough to get your password (keylogging) and your wallet files. If that was the case, no desktop wallet could protect you against this.

Yes, don't know man, just too sad for this. But with the wallet files why does he has the access? He can only keylog my exodus password, why can he transfer? My private keys shouldn't be locked?
I'm sorry but I don't get it: what happened to your Bitcoin? Did they just disappeared? Or have they been sent to another address?


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Bones972 on November 18, 2017, 03:04:53 PM
Love this wallet... Only wish they supported the Zcash/Zen/Hush crypto line.  Right now I am using my Trezor for Zcash swing for Hush and Myzenwallet for zen.  Would love to have all in one single wallet!!!


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: burnedbyfees on November 18, 2017, 03:10:28 PM
Would it be possible to someday add automated exchanges, like buy and sell orders?

For example: Swap Litecoin for BTC at 0.015 BTC and leave it till it happens. The wallet would be a million times more useful if you could code that.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: OmegaStarScream on November 19, 2017, 04:29:30 PM
Love this wallet... Only wish they supported the Zcash/Zen/Hush crypto line.  Right now I am using my Trezor for Zcash swing for Hush and Myzenwallet for zen.  Would love to have all in one single wallet!!!

Zcash is currently under evaluation so it's possible that it will get added in the future.

Would it be possible to someday add automated exchanges, like buy and sell orders?

For example: Swap Litecoin for BTC at 0.015 BTC and leave it till it happens. The wallet would be a million times more useful if you could code that.

Unless this feature is provided by ShapeShift, I believe they won't be able do it. Exodus is simply using ShapeShift API so they can't add things that are not offered by it.


Title: Re: [Unofficial] Exodus Wallet | Multi-Currency | Built-in Exchange
Post by: Ma907xB on November 20, 2017, 03:14:10 AM
I've got all my ethereum and bitcoin stolen from Exodus.

Don't know what to do, never shared my 12 words phrase to anyone or anything like that

Stolen how? all funds were sent to an address? can you share it? It's possible that your computer was infected with malware which is enough to get your password (keylogging) and your wallet files. If that was the case, no desktop wallet could protect you against this.

Yes, don't know man, just too sad for this. But with the wallet files why does he has the access? He can only keylog my exodus password, why can he transfer? My private keys shouldn't be locked?
I'm sorry but I don't get it: what happened to your Bitcoin? Did they just disappeared? Or have they been sent to another address?

 ??? Kind of curious about this one. Can you provide anymore information? ???