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April 21, 2020, 03:58:55 PM
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Part 3 of our game developer tutorial series is here! Converting HTML5 games into ARK Wallet Plugins is simple and fun. Part three focuses on how to parse the blockchain to create a game lobby and match wagers.

Read at https://blog.ark.io/launching-html5-games-in-the-ark-desktop-wallet-part-three-74fc5398b96f



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April 24, 2020, 04:23:04 PM
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Part 4 of our game developer tutorial is here! This series will help you convert HTML5 games into ARK Wallet Plugins. In this part, we learn how to implement game logic and apply the smartbridge function for player turns.

Read at https://blog.ark.io/launching-html5-games-in-the-ark-desktop-wallet-part-four-c2fe881c1753



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April 24, 2020, 06:26:48 PM
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The 72nd episode of the ARK Crypto Podcast is here! This week, we continue a deep dive series into the six ARK Core Values, focusing on Scalability. Learn how scalability plays a role in ARK's suite of products, projects, and technologies.

Listen on https://ark.io/podcast/ark-crypto-podcast-072-ark-core-values-deep-dive-scalability



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April 27, 2020, 04:36:30 PM
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Part 5 of our game developer tutorial is here! This series will help you convert HTML5 games into ARK Desktop Wallet Plugins. In this part, we implement prize logic and payouts utilizing multipayments.

Read at https://blog.ark.io/launching-html5-games-in-the-ark-desktop-wallet-part-five-a2cf1d32be20



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April 29, 2020, 04:40:27 PM
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The final part of our game developer tutorial is here. This 6 part series will help you convert HTML5 games into ARK Desktop Wallet Plugins. In this part, we finalize our plugin to run in the ARK Wallet and play our game!

Read Part 6 at https://blog.ark.io/launching-html5-games-in-the-ark-desktop-wallet-part-six-ad887fd2e888


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April 29, 2020, 08:12:57 PM
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Banned from Ark slack, now shadow banned from /r/ArkEcosystem/ 

These Ark snobs arent very hospitable unless you drink the kool-aide.  be forewarned.
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April 30, 2020, 07:09:52 AM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!
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April 30, 2020, 06:03:39 PM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

Hey, Totscha can you update Desktop Wallet to latest release and see if that resolves your problems (https://ark.io/wallet v2.9.1 at the time of this post) and make sure that you are connected to the healthy peer (cloud icon) when you start to interact with your wallet. You can also join our Slack (https://ark.io/slack) and post your error in our #help channel there. One of our developers will be able to help you out or help resolve the bug or alternatively, you can also open Github issue: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/desktop-wallet/issues/new.

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April 30, 2020, 06:11:11 PM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

The ARK Wallet doesn't force you to connect to a centralized peer like most wallets. Due to this, sometimes you can end up with a connection to a bad or outdated peer. Usually in that situation, updating the peer with the cloud icon will solve it. You can also select a dedicated peer from the community and set a custom peer with the cloud icon to help avoid it.

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April 30, 2020, 06:17:06 PM
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Here is the final part of our Let's Explore Core v3 series that dives into a technical breakdown of the upcoming ARK Core v3. In this part, we go over major changes in tooling and why certain dependencies were chosen, integrated or replaced.

Read Part 6 on https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-core-part-6-tooling-939d3b6b50df




Missed other parts?

- Part 1: Infrastructure - https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-ark-core-v3-part-1-infrastructure-5c8ba13c9c42

- Part 2: Bootstrap & Events - https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-core-v3-part-2-bootstrap-f24adf70dfff

- Part 3: Kernel & Services - https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-core-part-3-kernel-services-2836756675bd

- Part 4: Extensibility - https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-core-part-4-extensibility-c60522f1b700

- Part 5: Maintainability & Testability - https://blog.ark.io/lets-explore-core-part-5-maintainability-testability-e40dfee1fe10

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May 01, 2020, 05:24:42 AM
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Banned from Ark slack, now shadow banned from /r/ArkEcosystem/  

These Ark snobs arent very hospitable unless you drink the kool-aide.  be forewarned.

You got banned for a reason, you need to chill!
You can always post here, Ark team can't ban you here.

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May 01, 2020, 07:20:08 AM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

Hey, Totscha can you update Desktop Wallet to latest release and see if that resolves your problems (https://ark.io/wallet v2.9.1 at the time of this post) and make sure that you are connected to the healthy peer (cloud icon) when you start to interact with your wallet. You can also join our Slack (https://ark.io/slack) and post your error in our #help channel there. One of our developers will be able to help you out or help resolve the bug or alternatively, you can also open Github issue: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/desktop-wallet/issues/new.

Hi. I do have the latest client (2.9.1) and i did refresh the peer a bunch of times like it was suggested by the kind people of the interwebs. I guess I just got lucky after 10 minutes and found a good one. Smiley

I have two problems with this 'feature':
1 - In case of an error I have to:
    - close the Send dialog
    - go to the cloud icon to roll the dice on a new peer
    - open a new Send dialog and enter all the data again
    - cross my fingers and send
2 - When I connect to a new peer, all I get is the latency. There is no way to check if the peer is healthy.

Am I the only one who finds this UX design problematic?
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May 01, 2020, 02:56:07 PM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

Hey, Totscha can you update Desktop Wallet to latest release and see if that resolves your problems (https://ark.io/wallet v2.9.1 at the time of this post) and make sure that you are connected to the healthy peer (cloud icon) when you start to interact with your wallet. You can also join our Slack (https://ark.io/slack) and post your error in our #help channel there. One of our developers will be able to help you out or help resolve the bug or alternatively, you can also open Github issue: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/desktop-wallet/issues/new.

Hi. I do have the latest client (2.9.1) and i did refresh the peer a bunch of times like it was suggested by the kind people of the interwebs. I guess I just got lucky after 10 minutes and found a good one. Smiley

I have two problems with this 'feature':
1 - In case of an error I have to:
    - close the Send dialog
    - go to the cloud icon to roll the dice on a new peer
    - open a new Send dialog and enter all the data again
    - cross my fingers and send
2 - When I connect to a new peer, all I get is the latency. There is no way to check if the peer is healthy.

Am I the only one who finds this UX design problematic?

If you are having that big of a problem I think it's abnormal and you may be running into some other kind of additional issue. I've only had a bad peer maybe 2-3 times in 2 years.


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May 01, 2020, 03:01:44 PM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

Hey, Totscha can you update Desktop Wallet to latest release and see if that resolves your problems (https://ark.io/wallet v2.9.1 at the time of this post) and make sure that you are connected to the healthy peer (cloud icon) when you start to interact with your wallet. You can also join our Slack (https://ark.io/slack) and post your error in our #help channel there. One of our developers will be able to help you out or help resolve the bug or alternatively, you can also open Github issue: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/desktop-wallet/issues/new.

Hi. I do have the latest client (2.9.1) and i did refresh the peer a bunch of times like it was suggested by the kind people of the interwebs. I guess I just got lucky after 10 minutes and found a good one. Smiley

I have two problems with this 'feature':
1 - In case of an error I have to:
    - close the Send dialog
    - go to the cloud icon to roll the dice on a new peer
    - open a new Send dialog and enter all the data again
    - cross my fingers and send
2 - When I connect to a new peer, all I get is the latency. There is no way to check if the peer is healthy.

Am I the only one who finds this UX design problematic?

It takes seconds not 10 minutes. If you're shown a latency number and it's green, there is nothing wrong with the wallet. That is not rolling the dice, it is loading a good peer. Also you might want to click force reload in the top menu, not sure what you might have running and this will start fresh. Anything after that is more than likely an internet connection issue or firewall problem. Could be a wifi issue if you are using wifi as well. The option to refresh your peer should not be needed for most, but sometimes during a network upgrade some peers go down while updating, so your wallet may have used this peer earlier and saw no issue, so a quick refresh just connects to a green peer and your good. Seconds, not minutes.
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May 01, 2020, 03:29:51 PM
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What are the benefits of cryptocurrency debit cards? Simplicity, convenience and versatility come to mind. Let's go over these benefits and see if it would be the right fit for your daily life.

Read more at https://blog.ark.io/the-benefits-of-cryptocurrency-debit-cards-7d1836fc36d9



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May 01, 2020, 06:26:56 PM
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The 73rd episode of the ARK Crypto Podcast is here! This week, we speak with CEO Laurent Lourenco and Marketing Executive Marine Pasquet from Unikname, a project building with ARK Core. Come learn about why they chose to build on ARK, their company's vision and their plans for the near future!

Tune in at https://ark.io/podcast/ark-crypto-podcast-073-unikname-building-with-ark-core-featuring-ceo-laurent-and-marketing-executive-marine



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May 04, 2020, 05:36:15 AM
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All this development and bright new shiny features are great. What's not? The desktop wallet client. It works fine for you? Well good for you.

I however get the "transfer transaction could not be created" from time to time. With no hint or explanation into the actual cause. And then it suddenly just works. This code should be much much more robust, or you could at least give us more detailed error descriptions. Thank you!

Hey, Totscha can you update Desktop Wallet to latest release and see if that resolves your problems (https://ark.io/wallet v2.9.1 at the time of this post) and make sure that you are connected to the healthy peer (cloud icon) when you start to interact with your wallet. You can also join our Slack (https://ark.io/slack) and post your error in our #help channel there. One of our developers will be able to help you out or help resolve the bug or alternatively, you can also open Github issue: https://github.com/ArkEcosystem/desktop-wallet/issues/new.

Hi. I do have the latest client (2.9.1) and i did refresh the peer a bunch of times like it was suggested by the kind people of the interwebs. I guess I just got lucky after 10 minutes and found a good one. Smiley

I have two problems with this 'feature':
1 - In case of an error I have to:
    - close the Send dialog
    - go to the cloud icon to roll the dice on a new peer
    - open a new Send dialog and enter all the data again
    - cross my fingers and send
2 - When I connect to a new peer, all I get is the latency. There is no way to check if the peer is healthy.

Am I the only one who finds this UX design problematic?

It takes seconds not 10 minutes. If you're shown a latency number and it's green, there is nothing wrong with the wallet. That is not rolling the dice, it is loading a good peer. Also you might want to click force reload in the top menu, not sure what you might have running and this will start fresh. Anything after that is more than likely an internet connection issue or firewall problem. Could be a wifi issue if you are using wifi as well. The option to refresh your peer should not be needed for most, but sometimes during a network upgrade some peers go down while updating, so your wallet may have used this peer earlier and saw no issue, so a quick refresh just connects to a green peer and your good. Seconds, not minutes.

I was on WiFi, and the latencies were not very good. Mostly > 100ms, but every now and then i found a good peer with <100 ms latency. I did exactly what you said. I refreshed the peer, this does take seconds, yes. But the whole process (open send dialog, enter data, try sending, fail, scratch head, disable/check firewall, go back and refresh the peer) takes 30-60s. Take that and multiply by 10-15 attempts and you get 10 minutes & annoyed. I most definitely got annoyed...

What I think happened was:
- i was connected to a peer that was borderline OK
- when I tried sending, the attempt timed out, since I now had a higher latency to the peer

So this happened 10-15 times. Guess I'm just that unlucky... Either that or you have a lower timeout value for sending commands, than you have for peer health check.
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May 04, 2020, 03:27:50 PM
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April is over and so is the April GitHub Bounty Program. Let's go over the winners and all of their pull requests. If you're a developer that wants to earn and learn it's never too late to join in.

Read more on https://blog.ark.io/ark-github-development-bounty-program-april-2020-db066a33ddd3

Read more about bounties at https://bounty.ark.io



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Some people think it's fun to created a green dildo to fkk in his ass today for the Ark price.

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May 05, 2020, 01:58:34 PM
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The April Development Report is here. With over 31,000 lines of code added and 1,000 files changed, it was a very productive month. Let's go into more detail and cover everything that happened in the entire ARK Ecosystem Public GitHub Repository in this blog post.

Read it at https://blog.ark.io/ark-development-report-april-2020-dbf050601d62






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