With the v1.8 release, Status aims to improve your control over your communication and your finances.
This release is one of the most important in Status’ history. The change log is small, but significant. Today we’re rolling out new mailservers
The first full release since our official launch, v1.1 delivers a highly requested wallet feature, as well as several improvements to chat UX and
A handful of exciting new features and fixes coming to you fresh in v.0.10.0.
We’re back in action! After a pause for the holidays and a transition back that saw us release 4 small updates to v.0.9.32, we’ve got a brand new mobile version for you.
This is the second iteration of the SNT voting DApp used to vote on Keycard names, and appropriately, it’s the community who brought version 0.1 to life. The project was delivered entirely by bounty contributors on GitCoin, and any further updates will also be community-driven.
On September 14th, 2018 we announced that we would be ramping up development on Status desktop. Core contributors slowly deactivated their Slack accounts and migrated
Version 0.9.32 Introducing beta support for Private group chats! There is also alpha support of pairing (with development mode on) between mobile and desktop clients for messages and contacts syncing.
Version 0.9.31 brings Status up to speed with the latest privacy standard for Ethereum browsers, introduced by EIP1102.
The Status Hackathon - #CryptoLife is taking place in Prague this weekend (October 26 - 28), so this release goes out to the developers who
Version 0.9.28 includes a change that may impact funds stored in ~1% of Status wallets. If you keep any funds in your Status wallet, please read the following post carefully before upgrading.
We are preparing to release version 0.9.28 next week and we want to make everyone aware of a change that may impact your funds if you keep any in your Status wallet.