Status held an all-hands meeting to solicit input across our teams, community, and stakeholders to plan what the next critical roadmap milestones are for the Status App.
We reflect on the topic of ‘privacy versus convenience’ and how they often seem to conflict with each other. We explore this in the context of account identifiers on Status messenger and evaluate this choice in light of the recent debate around PIN-related features of the Signal messenger.
Keycard is a contactless (NFC) hardwallet used to authenticate transactions, be a secure form of 2FA for the Status Messenger, and add an extra layer of security for funds stored in the Status Messenger wallet.
Notifications are a crucial part of the mobile app experience. One of the most anticipated features in Status app, version 1.4 of Status app brings notification support on Android.
This intermediate release, 1.4.1, includes bug fixes as well as UX and accessibility improvements. Most visibly, a gorgeous set of new icons, accessible input fields and toggling password entry visibility.
Keycard enhances the Status Network by adding an open-source, cost efficient hardware solution for storing private keys offline and authenticating transactions.
We’re excited to bring notifications to the Status Messenger for Android users. This clearly valuable addition to the messenger is one of our most-requested features.
Keycard provides hardware enforced security to your Status experience. Follow these simple steps to connect your Keycard to your Status account
V1.4 Release – Introducing two highly anticipated features – an integration with Keycard and notifications on Android.
Status App Introduces Integration of Contactless Hardware Wallet, Keycard. People can now tap Keycard against their phones to authorize app transactions, login, and store cryptocurrency
The Assemble Covid Relief Fund is seeking to raise 2000 DAI for Campeche Solidário which will will provide emergency food assistance to 180 families for 15 days.
Wherever you may be, we hope you're able to see some light at the end of the tunnel. In the hopes of distracting you from the world (however briefly), here's an end of month update from us.
IntroductionWe at Status would like to announce a Request for Proposals (RfP) for a new type of external security review of Nimbus, an ETH2.0
Here are the elements we deem crucial when building private, secure messaging apps – end-to-end encryption, perfect forward secrecy, p2p protocols, anonymous account creation, and OSS.
The secure messaging app of the future is one that protects privacy and enables the free flow of information all while having an intuitive interface. Check out this comparison of Telegram, Signal, Status