In a previous update, we discussed our recent acquisition of the Costa Rican invoice company, FEO. This week, multiple invoices were sent by this company with DIVI as the required payment method.
Upon reporting to the Costa Rican Tax Board, as is required by their regulations, $DIVI was accepted as a legitimate form of currency. This event is a massive step toward governmental recognition of $DIVI as a real means of exchange.
As you know, we are just weeks away from demoing the Divi mobile application at World Crypto Con in Las Vegas. We are aware that everyone is anxious to get their hands on the app and we are working night and day to make that happen. In the meantime, here's a little preview of some previously unreleased screens.
We are also making significant progress on Divi Desktop 2.0. Below you can get a feel for what the desktop app looks like and the features it offers.
Divi Smart Node Version 0.0.3-alpha now available
The Divi Smart Node is our solution for running a full Divi Node on your Raspberry Pi. To stay in line with the "Crypto Made Easy" concept, users can download and install our preconfigured image that automatically sets up the node and starts syncing without any user input.
Version 0.0.3-alpha expands upon the Smart Node concept by giving users the option to take a guided set up to enable their wallet as a staking node, masternode, or regular full node.
Please be aware that the masternode set up is not yet available in this version.
For now, only the staking node and regular full node set ups are available. Stay tuned for the masternode set up in the coming weeks.
Divi in the Media
As has become customary over the past couple of months, Divi continues to appear across various platforms in the media.