We got rid of the cobwebs and made big optimizations across the entire application. Exodus is now 3.3MB smaller overall!
Adjusted Ethereum address failure messages to read more like a human and less like an Ethereum robot.
Notification banners now appear in the proper stacking order. Previously we had a few users tell us, at small window sizes, notification banners were not stacking correctly and the buttons were not working.
More spacing adjustments have been made to the help section. Also button sizes have been improved to contain longer items like email addresses. We are looking at you email@example.com.
Fixed the typo in the QTUM asset in the settings section.
The upgrade button now marks your current version to allow for easier upgrades and upgrade notifications.
Fixed color borders in the backup section. Also made spacing adjustments to the entire backup section for greater clarity.
Adjusted the fiat total in the sidebar for users with large balances. Previously users with large balances were experiencing ugly wrapping text.
Adjusted the sizing in the help section. There was some tiny text that was hard to read in a few sections. This should be easier for everyone to quickly browse and skim now.
Further optimizations to long digit amounts in the portfolio. This goes even further to prevent ugly number wrapping on small screens and window sizes, keeping the view clean and tidy.
Color adjustments have been made to further separate out Bitcoin from Bitcoin Cash.
The design team was also busy optimizing the portfolio to make room for everyone who wants to add 3 or 4 rows of assets on tiny laptop screens. They stayed up late to tweak every pixel to make small size laptop users rejoice on no extra scrolling.
Exodus now checks for exchange pricing data twice as fast. This will help everyone when exchanging assets to make sure with fast-moving markets they can catch the best and latest price swings.
To increase transparency, exchange rate modifications now have the ability to show the rate per asset on both sides of the pair. To toggle this view click on the rate text under the exchange button.
In addition to Exodus being the only wallet to show fiat values in the exchange this new rate toggle feature brings further transparency to view all angles of asset exchanges inside Exodus. With fiat values, and now both asset pairs toggling, Exodus is proud to be one of the most transparent exchange experiences. Although Exodus exchanges will always be slightly higher than a traditional exchange, or using ShapeShift directly, Exodus funnels all revenue back into the core product and customer support team. We are proud to maintain a free product and service funded by exchange volume. As opposed to doing an ICO, Exodus continues to focus on product. We believe over time as we continue to provide value for the digital asset ecosystem exchange revenue will grow and continue to support the brand, company and mission to help individuals control their future wealth!
Exodus now extends users a few seconds grace period to cancel an exchange in progress. This brief buffer time will help users who accidentally started an exchange and also help users to double check after clicking the exchange button they are sure they want to complete an exchange.
Exodus now supports exporting your Bitcoin Cash xpub. This feature is accessible for advanced users in the Developer Menu.
Per feedback from the community we adjusted the spacing on the receive address to make sure there was plenty of room around the address at all window sizes.
Fixed the border style consistency on the send-all button and QR code button to match. Thanks to our eagle-eyed development community for catching these pixels out of place!
Exodus now triple checks Ethereum addresses, and all assets based on Ethereum, [ Aragon (ANT), Augur (REP), Basic Attention Token (BAT), Civic (CVC), District0x (DNT), EOS (EOS), FunFair (FUN), Gnosis (GNO), Golem (GNT), OmiseGo (OMG) and Salt (SALT) ] that are scanned in with a QR code. We have noticed there are some wallets not including checksum safety precautions on Ethereum and Ethereum token addresses. If Exodus detects one of these addresses it now warns you to check each character of the address to make sure it is correct.
Exodus now properly separates out fees from the sending amounts in the advanced export transactions list. Although balances were always accurate this gives all the accountants, and everyone wanting to know down to the satoshi, how your wallet and transactions have built up over time. You can find this feature in the developer menu under Developer > Assets > Asset > Export Transactions…
Exodus further has optimized Bitcoin related display balances.
Further speed and reliability optimizations have been made to monitor incoming Ethereum and all Ethereum token transactions.
A link to the address you are sending to is now live in the send window confirmation. This link allows you to click the address you are sending to and view it on the blockchain before you send. This is yet another way to make sure you are sending to a correct address. It also is a great way to see and check the address you have sent to previously.
Exodus now properly sizes and prevents text wrap on long Ethereum address vs. shorter Bitcoin addresses. Ethereum addresses are natively longer and they need special care in the entire application.
Send all on Ethereum sometimes left a few annoying trailing pieces of ether in the wallet. We were as annoyed as you when we saw wallets with a balance of 0.0000000000000001 ETH. We made sure to kick this to the curb.
Advanced users using your XPub in the dev console will now be able to properly export addresses. (We realize this may be only about 10 people but boy will these advanced nerds be happy about this)
We sent our design team into the send model to make some additional font and spacing adjustments for clarity.
Added colored addresses on the sending confirmation screen to further give another visual cue of the asset you are sending too. These subtle refinements help people not send Bitcoin to Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum Classic to Ethereum.
Adjusted the center and alignment of the refresh icons and the animations. These are the crazy little things our designers stay up late at night to fix that no one will notice. ;)
Updated the sizing on the transaction history details drawer. These were previously small fonts that were harder to read. We redesigned the drawers a bit to be able to bump the font sizes slightly. This resulted in greater readability and consistency across all wallets and transactions.