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September 18, 2014, 03:22:54 PM
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so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

Not necessarily. There are 4 steps to integrating a hardware wallet:

1) Implement the standard. That's a one time cost, but there's no knowing which BIPs future hardware wallets will require.
2) Communication layer. With Trezor that part is overly simple (for us, we use Python on the front end), but again, no guarantee other wallets will go down that path.
3) UI integration. A portion of the Trezor code can be recycled for new wallets, but maybe not as large as we hope.
4) Unit tests. Depending on how many features the hardware wallet supports and its API, this can take its sweet time.

The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

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September 18, 2014, 05:09:23 PM
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so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

Not necessarily. There are 4 steps to integrating a hardware wallet:

1) Implement the standard. That's a one time cost, but there's no knowing which BIPs future hardware wallets will require.
2) Communication layer. With Trezor that part is overly simple (for us, we use Python on the front end), but again, no guarantee other wallets will go down that path.
3) UI integration. A portion of the Trezor code can be recycled for new wallets, but maybe not as large as we hope.
4) Unit tests. Depending on how many features the hardware wallet supports and its API, this can take its sweet time.

The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

Nice, since ive been using armory for.. well ages, lol, and i have just recieved my HW.1 hardwarewallet (btcchip.com) and they use python, so that should make it easy to implement, since its python based pluginish :-p (electrum has support for it in dev version)

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September 19, 2014, 07:40:49 AM
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The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

Plugins is my #1 wish functionality by now! :-)

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September 22, 2014, 08:41:23 AM
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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)

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September 22, 2014, 09:35:56 AM
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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)

Addresses -> View Address Book

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September 22, 2014, 10:25:38 PM
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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)
I think that every comment can be changed if you double click the comment itself (not just its line, but the comment cell).
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September 23, 2014, 05:07:50 AM
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I think that every comment can be changed if you double click the comment itself (not just its line, but the comment cell).[/quote]

That will only change the comment for that particular tx.

Comments in the transaction view are created from the comment you give it when generating the address. I was looking for a way to change that "permanent" comment. CHAOSiTEC's hint worked fine.


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September 26, 2014, 07:09:00 PM
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I'm using Armory 0.90-beta

Should I update my version?

I have all my BTC in Armory and I'm afraid to update Undecided
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September 26, 2014, 07:19:39 PM
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I'm using Armory 0.90-beta

Should I update my version?

I have all my BTC in Armory and I'm afraid to update Undecided

We do recommend you update anything before 0.91.  And 0.92.1 is a solid release.

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September 26, 2014, 07:45:00 PM
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I'm using Armory 0.90-beta

Should I update my version?

I have all my BTC in Armory and I'm afraid to update Undecided

We do recommend you update anything before 0.91.  And 0.92.1 is a solid release.

Ok, so I just download & install the 0.92.1 version and all my wallets will show up again? Do I have to do anything else besides download & install?

EDIT: I also have an offline wallet on an offline computer, should I update that version as well?
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September 26, 2014, 11:36:27 PM
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I'm using Armory 0.90-beta

Should I update my version?

I have all my BTC in Armory and I'm afraid to update Undecided

We do recommend you update anything before 0.91.  And 0.92.1 is a solid release.

Ok, so I just download & install the 0.92.1 version and all my wallets will show up again? Do I have to do anything else besides download & install?

EDIT: I also have an offline wallet on an offline computer, should I update that version as well?

You can update your online computer without touching the offline computer if you install 0.91.2 online. 

However, all the offline transaction formats changed to accommodate multisig with 0.92+, so if you upgrade your online computer to that, you'll have to do the same offline.

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September 26, 2014, 11:48:16 PM
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No need to be afraid, we are here

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September 27, 2014, 12:30:25 AM
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I'm using Armory 0.90-beta

Should I update my version?

I have all my BTC in Armory and I'm afraid to update Undecided

We do recommend you update anything before 0.91.  And 0.92.1 is a solid release.

Ok, so I just download & install the 0.92.1 version and all my wallets will show up again? Do I have to do anything else besides download & install?

EDIT: I also have an offline wallet on an offline computer, should I update that version as well?

You can update your online computer without touching the offline computer if you install 0.91.2 online. 

However, all the offline transaction formats changed to accommodate multisig with 0.92+, so if you upgrade your online computer to that, you'll have to do the same offline.

Alright, I don't have to uninstall the old versión right? Just download the new one and install both on the online and offline computer. Am I right?
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September 27, 2014, 12:44:06 AM
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Yes and your online one will authenticate the download

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September 29, 2014, 12:17:09 AM
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Hi there,

Are there any plans to add a Multi-wallet function?
By this I mean adding cold storage for the popular coins, BTC, LTE, DOGE etc.

Maybe a coin type plugin system?
I anticipate that blockchain files could be large for the watch only client, therefore I suggest install the wallets one requires.
I am guessing that the codes will be similar for all wallets, so this is why I am suggesting this.

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September 30, 2014, 05:33:36 PM
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You can update your online computer without touching the offline computer if you install 0.91.2 online. 

However, all the offline transaction formats changed to accommodate multisig with 0.92+, so if you upgrade your online computer to that, you'll have to do the same offline.
but,in case I do not want to use multisig,,do I have to update the offline Computer?
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September 30, 2014, 05:40:02 PM
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You can update your online computer without touching the offline computer if you install 0.91.2 online. 

is 0.91.2 typo?
should it not be 0.92 + ??
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September 30, 2014, 08:10:27 PM
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You can update your online computer without touching the offline computer if you install 0.91.2 online. 

is 0.91.2 typo?
should it not be 0.92 + ??

v0.91.2 is the last version, that supports the old format for offline signing (the .unsigned.tx and .signed.tx files). Newer versions create unsigned transactions in a new format. If the offline computer is not updated to a version newer (or equal) than 0.92, it does not understand the new format.
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September 30, 2014, 08:19:48 PM
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when will 0.92.2 be out of testing?
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October 01, 2014, 07:21:33 AM
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Hello, I am here tonight to see if you can help with a thought I have. I want to download Armory but I have worries that it will require me to download the blockchain again. I remember the 60 hours I spent waiting to download blockchain before with the qt client I think  it is called.

My question is this:

If I download the Armory wallet and synch it, will it take more than...20 minutes?
Electrum looks good because it does not require a full download of the blockchain

Thank you
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