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November 09, 2013, 04:39:26 PM
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I am not getting warnings, but yeah, the total currecncy value in the bottom right corner has been blank for quite a while now.  It's taking the fun out of watching your USD grow during these crazy times.

API needs updating or something?  I'm not sure which exchange the price is pointing to?
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November 09, 2013, 04:46:56 PM
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Didn't know there was a thread for this app until now. I'm using it, but it is still missing a QRcode reader Sad

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November 09, 2013, 05:18:00 PM
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I am not getting warnings, but yeah, the total currecncy value in the bottom right corner has been blank for quite a while now.  It's taking the fun out of watching your USD grow during these crazy times.

API needs updating or something?  I'm not sure which exchange the price is pointing to?

I'm travelling at the moment (in Singapore for the Bitcoin Conference) but I can certainly take a look at fixing the exchange API when I get back.  It's using bitcoincharts.com at the moment, so something must have changed on their system.

Cheers,

Will

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November 11, 2013, 12:12:40 AM
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I am not getting warnings, but yeah, the total currecncy value in the bottom right corner has been blank for quite a while now.  It's taking the fun out of watching your USD grow during these crazy times.

API needs updating or something?  I'm not sure which exchange the price is pointing to?

I'm travelling at the moment (in Singapore for the Bitcoin Conference) but I can certainly take a look at fixing the exchange API when I get back.  It's using bitcoincharts.com at the moment, so something must have changed on their system.

Cheers,

Will

Great, I've been using this app for ages, probably one of the most most exhilarating bitcoin apps.

Seeing BTC climb from $120 to $360 is great, but seeing your balance represented in fiat triple is just AWESOME. Only wish it had a widget (and a way to add an arbitrary amount of coins to your balance if you're holding them at an exchange or something).

"But greed is the only snake that cannot be charmed"
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November 11, 2013, 09:46:47 AM
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I am not getting warnings, but yeah, the total currecncy value in the bottom right corner has been blank for quite a while now.  It's taking the fun out of watching your USD grow during these crazy times.

API needs updating or something?  I'm not sure which exchange the price is pointing to?

I'm travelling at the moment (in Singapore for the Bitcoin Conference) but I can certainly take a look at fixing the exchange API when I get back.  It's using bitcoincharts.com at the moment, so something must have changed on their system.

Cheers,

Will

Great, I've been using this app for ages, probably one of the most most exhilarating bitcoin apps.

Seeing BTC climb from $120 to $360 is great, but seeing your balance represented in fiat triple is just AWESOME. Only wish it had a widget (and a way to add an arbitrary amount of coins to your balance if you're holding them at an exchange or something).

There is a homescreen widget, but it only displays in BTC, not in fiat.

You could add arbitrary coins by just finding some coins on blockchain that haven't moved in a while that match the value you want (they can be multiple addresses...) then adding them... but of course if they ever move then your balance would change which might freak you out.

Will

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November 11, 2013, 12:41:05 PM
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Great, I've been using this app for ages, probably one of the most most exhilarating bitcoin apps.

Seeing BTC climb from $120 to $360 is great, but seeing your balance represented in fiat triple is just AWESOME. Only wish it had a widget (and a way to add an arbitrary amount of coins to your balance if you're holding them at an exchange or something).

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You could add arbitrary coins by just finding some coins on blockchain that haven't moved in a while that match the value you want [...]

This is much harder and more time consuming than it sounds  Shocked

Unless there's a quicker and easier way to look though addresses than watching blockchain.info


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November 12, 2013, 03:02:06 PM
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Great, I've been using this app for ages, probably one of the most most exhilarating bitcoin apps.

Seeing BTC climb from $120 to $360 is great, but seeing your balance represented in fiat triple is just AWESOME. Only wish it had a widget (and a way to add an arbitrary amount of coins to your balance if you're holding them at an exchange or something).

[...]
You could add arbitrary coins by just finding some coins on blockchain that haven't moved in a while that match the value you want [...]

This is much harder and more time consuming than it sounds  Shocked

Unless there's a quicker and easier way to look though addresses than watching blockchain.info


yes I agree - to be honest, blockchain.info does an excellent android app, and you can import all the public keys you want into their service (without trusting them with your funds) and then view your balance on their android app... I think you get everything that my app gives you and as well as push android notifications.  Yes I know I'm sort of selling another app here, but the blockchain.info app is pretty good - the only thing it doens't have is multiple wallet support.

Will

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