A new version of Divi Desktop is now available and addresses some issues while adding some important improvements to the back end that should make the user experience surrounding masternode deployment even smoother.
A hotfix was deployed on Monday that fixed an issue that caused balances to display as '0' unless the wallet was currently unencrypted.
Version 1.2.2 Changelog
We will begin powering off unsubscribed MOCCI-deployed masternodes starting on Monday. To avoid any interruptions, please subscribe ASAP.
Rate limiting issue
Payment token blocks deployment of higher tiers
Show 'redeploy' for masternodes without droplet
Improved remote status retrieval
Add masternodes tab to the settings page
Backup/Restore: Easily backup and restore your masternodes manually
Clear Cache: Get rid of pesky, old masternodes from the cache so they don't appear on a newly restored wallet
We realize that everyone is anxious to see Divi on a more liquid exchange. We appreciate your concern and share in the sense of urgency. Please know that we are doing everything in our power to move listings forward with haste.
Crex24 continues to get Divi integrated into their exchange. I have been working as closely as I can with them to get them started.
Exrates has provided us with a date for completion of their integration. We don’t like to promote exact dates but I can tell you it is within the first half of February. We will update the community if this changes.
I had the opportunity to sit on a panel at NAMM over the weekend (and also on my birthday). It was an incredible chance to spread the word about cryptocurrency and blockchain to a new base of potential users. The crowd were mainly musicians and other music industry professionals, and I was surprised to see how well received the concepts were. It’s all of our duty to spread the word about crypto, refute the FUD that the mainstream media promotes, and evangelize our favorite projects.
As always, if you have any questions, find us on Telegram or on the Forum