BEAM

MimbleWimble 프로토콜 기반 국제 결제 플랫폼

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Mimblewimble 프로토콜을 기반으로 발생하는 거래의 완벽한 기밀을 보장하며, 블록체인 확장성을 결합하여 탄생한 기밀 암호화폐

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Medium

Beam Logo: from magic to th...

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away… Wow, stop! It’s another story…Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud… it’s not that either.. although there seems to be something similar there…Aha, Beam! That’s right =)As a part of our series of articles about Beam evolution, let me share how the company visuals evolved. You might have noticed how our website www.beam.wm has been changed during the last 18 months. But now I want to tell you the story of the most recognizable element of our brand — the logo.When most of our users hear “Beam”, they identify it with a prism. And this is absolutely true. But in the very beginning, Beam had a different vision of what should be the “Beam” brand. So let’s see how it started.I — Harry Potter times ✨In the first half of 2018, the word “Mimblewimble” was common enough in the crypto world. The Beam team selected the Mimblewimble protocol as a foundation for our blockchain. The Mimblewimble name naturally pushed the first version of our branding towards the Harry Potter theme.Here we are, the first version of the logo with the ⚡️lightning ⚡️symbol, a long time before I joined Beam.However, we create high-tech things, not a kind of magic or witchcraft. Time to level-up, stay tuned.II — The dark side of the moon times 🌒What associations come to your mind when you hear the word “Beam”? “Beam” as a construction block? “Beam” like a drink? “Beam” like a ray of light? We chose the last one and the logo came to life. Everyone was excited with the logo inspired by a dispersive prism where all colors of light merge and hide in the white. This is our allegory of the concept of privacy.… Have you ever seen how a beam of light goes through the prism and splits into 7 different colors? It’s amazing, it’s magic. Yet do you remember we decided to create technology, not magic, so the logo was converted into more techie style: facets, colors, gradients, rays direction…In the middle of 2018, Beam started to use the prism logo for the first time. Here’s how it looked:This logo defined the brand colors which are in use till today (well, with slight variations).III — Good old times 📻When the desktop wallet launch was approaching, we started to work on a slicker version of our logo. Alexandra, our Design Lead, suggested numerous versions of the logo. There were many discussions and brainstormings about how the Beam logo could look. The discussion’s log would comprise material for another article 😅. Here are some of the suggested ideas which were not accepted:In our new logo, the playful multicolored gradients gave space to more respectable and trustworthy touches. The logo became more minimalistic and better recognizable. The color scheme shifted from pink/violet to green/blue. Do you want to know why?First of all, green is the most readily perceived color. Second, green is all about harmony, balance, and peace. We want our users to stay calm and trust our product. Third, blue is a color of confidence, control, logic, honesty, and freedom. Neon cold colors are associated with reliability and stability. As Beam is! Finally, we’ve topped it off with pink/violet, a little bit of creativity, extravagance, and fantasy. Let me introduce the updated logo:The dark background wasn’t chosen by chance. It is strongly associated with privacy. We knew that using a dark background would pose some limitations, however, we’ve optimistically “let the worries go”. Later we faced a problem — the logo downloaded from our web-site was most often pasted on light backgrounds.Here are some not-so-pretty examples of using our logo on various backgrounds:Side note: we created a media kit that can be easily downloaded from the Beam website. The logo pack there includes guidelines with different scenarios of Beam logo in various contexts. For example, it includes a logo with a transparent background which we strictly recommend to use only on dark background. To download the media kit click the right mouse button on the logo or choose Media Kit from the Resources menu.IV — Welcome to the new decade 🎆After a dozen releases for Desktop, Android and iOS wallets it was the time to improve the current logo. The logo should become even better balanced (or should I even say “pixel perfect”). There are only a few tiny changes that I made in this most recent iteration:The raysGradient has the same angle on each ray: it makes them fade evenlyThe white ray became wider so that both sides of the prism look more balancedThe colorsJust became brighterThe fontThe letter geometry was modifiedThe font became bolderHere are all the logo versions for final comparison:This is how it looks on our printed products:So, for the time of writing, this is the most recent version of the Beam logo. We do not promise that it won’t change in the future. But we can promise you, we will continue to improve!Stay tuned and you know where to find us 🤩Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyBeam Logo: from magic to the new decade progress was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

20. 03. 09

UX++ for Beam mobile wallet...

Hey again and long time no see since part 2 and part 1! While our core team is focusing on groundbreaking features like Confidential Assets, Lelantus (adapted for Mimblewimble), Atomic Swaps API, Web Wallet, and much more, I dare to say that our mobile wallets are continuously being polished on a finer level, gathering the feedback along with shorter iterations.So, what’s in the box for 4.0 (iOS, Android) and 4.1 (iOS, Android) versions?☀️ FeaturesWe 💙 you, our dear newcomers! Therefore, we made the wallets usable straight after they are installed from wherever you are. What was a hassle? Imagine installing the wallet while commuting and trying to re-type the essential seed phrase with one hand while holding the handrails with the other. This stage is not mandatory anymore! With a better balance between the risk and usability, after the installation, you’ll be painlessly directed to the main wallet screen. We want you to try the wallet first and the essential security measure (e.g. the seed phrase validation) will be postponed till enough balance is accumulated. In case you’ll want to validate it from the get-go (e.g. before the incoming transaction) — trigger the process manually from the Settings.When the right time comes you’ll see the automatic reminder to validate the seed phrase (and you won’t be able to escape the message this time)Once the wallet is installed, we want you to see how convenient it is right away. With a few magic taps, you’ll be taken to the Beam faucet web page (developed by the Beam community member vsnation [Twitter]) where a fraction of an actual Beam will be delivered straight to your wallet. Experience how fast BEAM transactions are, exchanging some money with your friends straight from the get-go.While prioritizing the essential features first, we do realize the importance of being in the right trend :) Jokes aside, the dark mode is not only conceptually related to privacy, it also tunes the wallet into the better eye-pleasing mode at night time or under low light conditions.Mobile phones come and go and, as you should know, Beam is a privacy coin based on Mimblewimble protocol, so your transaction history is not stored on the blockchain. Therefore, we’ve introduced the data import/export functions that allow transferring your Beam wallet data from one device to the other.We continuously listen for the new features suggestions on our support and community Telegram channels. Some of you were frustrated that to wipe off the wallet data, one needed to create a new seed phrase, re-initializing the wallet state. Well, we’ve just introduced the item in Settings that wipes everything with a few taps (including the “Are you sure?” dialog).🆒 ImprovementsOn a smaller scale, few neat things are worth noticing:Since more and more functionality is being added to the wallet (each with its own item in the Settings), we’ve reorganized the screen into better-grouped sections.When the wallet is re-opened, you are required to enter the password. So far, if the password has been forgotten the only way to access your funds was to reinstall the wallet and initialize it from your seed phrase. From now on, you can just trigger the restore function from the password screen.Want to use the transaction details somewhere (amount, addresses, etc), but the “fancy”-looking transaction receipt doesn’t allow to copy-paste the actual numbers? Use transaction details from the contextual menu and prosper!For the impatient, transaction screen refreshes when you pull it downTo simplify the support procedure, the wallet version number is always shown on login and restore screens.🛠 FixesAll kinds of smaller things: typos, color corrections, elements’ placement, refined explanations were done to make the wallet more intuitive and simple to use.✅ That’s it for nowMore functionality is coming (e.g. displaying rates in BTC/USD is one good example of many), stay tuned, let your friends try the wallet which just became easier to use, and tell us how we can do even better. Thanks for reading till here and see you again :)Confidentially yours, Beam Product, Development and QA teams.Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyUX++ for Beam mobile wallets (part 3) was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

20. 03. 02

Double Doppler 4. 1— Androi...

Double Doppler 4. 1— Android — Release notesRelease Date: February 17th, 2020GeneralRelease notesFixesTypos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use.Known limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.When restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.Points to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full details.If you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase).Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history).Double Doppler 4. 1— Android — Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

20. 02. 20

Double Doppler 4.1 — iOS — ...

Double Doppler 4.1 — iOS — Release notesDate of release: February 10th, 2020GeneralRelease notesFixesTypos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use.Known limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.When restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.Points to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full details.If you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase).Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history).Double Doppler 4.1 — iOS — Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

20. 02. 10

Double Doppler 4.0 — Androi...

Double Doppler 4.0 — Android— Release notesDate of release: January 29th, 2019GeneralRelease notesFeaturesThe wallet just got much easier to use for the first-timers: the seed phrase verification is delayed till significant funds are transferred to the wallet.The wallet just became prettier at night, enjoy the dark mode!Export/import transaction history, tags, addressesThe current wallet data can be cleared with a few clicksFace unlock biometrics authentication for the happiest Pixel 4 usersImprovementsThe settings screen just became much better organizedWhen a password is forgotten the user is offered to restore the wallet with a seed phrase (or to create a new wallet)Transaction details can be easily copiedWhen pulling the screen down transaction list is refreshedThe version number is added on login and restore screensFixesMany fixes of typos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use.Known limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.When restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.Points to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full details.If you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase).Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history).Double Doppler 4.0 — Android— Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

20. 01. 29

Double Doppler 4.0 — iOS — ...

Double Doppler 4.0 — iOS — Release notesDate of release: December 23rd, 2019GeneralRelease notesSupported PlatformsAll devices running iOS 11.0 and higherFeaturesThe wallet just got much easier to use for the first-timers: the seed phrase verification is delayed till significant funds are transferred to the wallet.The wallet just became prettier at night, enjoy the dark mode!Export/import transaction history, tags, addressesThe current wallet data can be cleared with a few clicksImprovementsThe settings screen just became much better organizedWhen a password is forgotten the user is offered to restore the wallet with a seed phrase (or to create a new wallet)Transaction details can be easily copiedWhen pulling the screen down transaction list is refreshedVersion number is added on login and restore screensFixesMany fixes of typos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use.Known limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.When restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.Points to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full details.If you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase).Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history).Double Doppler 4.0 — iOS — Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 12. 23

Double Doppler 4.1.6978 — R...

Double Doppler 4.1.6978 — Release notesRelease date: December 19th, 2019GeneralThis release introduces significant usability improvements for Atomic Swaps for BTC, LTC, and QTUMRelease notesFeatures[desktop wallet] Connecting to random electrum node (for BTC, LTC, and QTUM) is supported, now you can start playing with Atomic Swaps in a nearly-seamless way[desktop wallet] One step closer to business users: transaction history can be exported to a nice CSV for accounting and bookkeepingImprovements[desktop wallet] Estimated transaction fee is displayed for the BTC/LTC/QTUM receiving side[desktop wallet] Node connection indicator (for BTC, LTC, and QTUM) provides detailed information on connectivity issues[desktop wallet] The wallet will display a lock icon near “online” status when the connected node is trusted (ie set up with the wallet’s owner key)[desktop wallet] Reworked filters on Atomic Swap screen: you’ll click less to get any desired slice of information[desktop wallet] Owner key is securely shown in settings[desktop wallet] Transaction status messages became more informative in some cases, so you’ll know what is going on and what to expect for the next step[desktop wallet] Settings screen looks nicer[desktop wallet] Atomic swap offers expiration times became much shorter to align with the general market dynamicsFixes[desktop wallet] A graceful error message is returned now when a user tries to connect to an Electrum wallet with Segwit seed phrase[cli wallet] Regular and swap transaction statuses are displayed correctly[desktop wallet] The wallet starts much faster now thanks to more effective node database processing[desktop wallet] Exchange rate is always displayed as BEAM to BTC, LTC, QTUM for Atomic Swaps[desktop wallet] If the Electrum node is disconnected during active transactions, the alternative node address can be submitted in SettingsOver 70 tasks accomplished in total, for more details please see herePoints to mentionIn case a mobile wallet is connected to a random node and the user has both mobile and desktop wallets that are using the same seed phrase, the funds sent to the desktop wallet won’t appear on the mobile wallet. If the desktop wallet is running a local node, it will see funds sent to both wallets. The reason is that the local node (integrated into the desktop wallet) always monitors the blockchain for UTXOs related to the seed of the wallet. The mobile wallet does not run a local node and thus can only monitor transactions sent to its specific SBBS addresses. Of course, no funds will be lost in any eventCome discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyDouble Doppler 4.1.6978 — Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 12. 19

Double Doppler 4.0.6818— Ho...

Double Doppler 4.0.6818— Hotfix — Release notesRelease date: December 5th, 2019GeneralRelease notesAtomic Swaps is an advanced feature, currently in beta.DO NOT USE SWAPS FOR LARGE AMOUNTS OF MONEYFor Electrum use only Legacy seed type (we do not support Segwit)For Bitcoin use version Bitcoin Core v0.17.1For Litecoin use version Litecoin v0.17.1FixesAdded support for electrum servers without full TX’s data #1141Known limitationsInconsistent transaction statuses when running two or more wallets that use the same wallet.db file cloned manuallyIf multiple wallets are restored from the same seed phrase, transaction history and addresses will not be shared among the walletsPoints to mentionIn case a mobile wallet is connected to a random node and the user has both mobile and desktop wallets which are using the same seed phrase, the funds sent to the desktop wallet won’t appear on the mobile wallet. If the desktop wallet is running a local node, it will see funds sent to both wallets. The reason is that the local node (integrated into the desktop wallet) always monitors the blockchain for UTXOs related to the seed of the wallet. The mobile wallet does not run a local node and thus can only monitor transactions sent to its specific SBBS addresses. Of course, no funds will be lost in any event.Verifying release binariesPGP key: “A6C6 2C9F 5593 1860 AFF8 3BBB 997E AB9F 3DF7 F375”Go to https://keybase.io/beammw and get the Public PGP key.Download the signed binary file (with extension .asc) you want to verify.Verify the signature using PGP Suite or any other PGP verification toolsCome discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyDouble Doppler 4.0.6818— Hotfix — Release notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 12. 05

Double Doppler 4.0 — Atomic...

Double Doppler 4.0 — Atomic Swaps — Release NotesRelease Date: December 3rd, 2019TL;DR: Atomic Swaps Marketplace is here!Points to mentionAtomic Swaps is an advanced feature, currently in beta.DO NOT USE SWAPS FOR LARGE AMOUNTS OF MONEYFor Electrum use only Legacy seed type (we do not support Segwit)For Bitcoin use version Bitcoin Core v0.17.1For Litecoin use version Litecoin v0.17.1GeneralThe long-awaited Atomic Swaps Marketplace is here. We are happy to announce the release of Double Doppler 4.0 — our Desktop Wallet with Atomic Swaps.You can now publish offers and execute Beam<>BTC, Beam<>LTC and Beam<>QTUM swaps right from the Beam Wallet, in a fully decentralized manner, confidentially and without any counterparty risk.Download the latest version here.It is the first time when a privacy coin offers such a market place. For Beam, it is the first step towards a full-fledged DeFi ecosystem that we will be continuing to build in the months to come.Please see the detailed instructions on how to set up your wallet to start working with Atomic Swaps. If you are having issues, do not hesitate to contact us at our Support channel on Telegram or by email: support@beam.mwNote: The Atomic Swaps Marketplace is still in Beta, so use it at your own risk. We recommend transferring only small amounts.Official Release Notes are available on Github hereFeaturesDecentralized Atomic Swap Marketplace for BTC, LTC, and QTUMSupport connection to own node for BTC, LTC, and QTUMSupport conection with with Electrum for BTC, LTC, and QTUMAutomatic continues selection of fastest peers when connected to random nodeTransactions can be searched by a transaction ID, kernel ID, address, contact or commentImprovementsOur logo just became a pixel bit better, can you find the differences?Wallet approximate synchronization time is displayed nicely and much more accurately along with the remaining percentageCreating or restoring a wallet can be processed by a specific peerTransaction statuses are displayed in a nicer wayFixesAddress comment is now editableOver 200 tasks accomplished in total, for more details please see here: GitHub projectSupported PlatformsWindowsMacOSLinuxCome discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyDouble Doppler 4.0 — Atomic Swaps — Release Notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 12. 04

Announcing the Beam Foundation

After over 18 months of living and working as a company, Beam is today announcing the first step towards decentralization — the official launch of the Beam Foundation.As we have stated from the get-go, while Beam started the project as a for-profit venture, our long-term goal always was to pass the control to a non-profit Foundation. This moment has now come.The Foundation will use the funds allocated to it in Beam Treasury in order to continue the development and promotion of Beam protocol and to advance the wider privacy-related agenda.Who and WhereThe Beam Foundation is registered in Singapore as a Company Limited by Guarantee — this the preferred way of registering a non-profit body in Singapore. We chose Singapore not only because it is crypto-friendly, but also because it is a truly global city, a place where East and West meet .The Foundation will be governed by a Board of up to 7 members. Initially, the Board will consist of four members. Here they are:Guy Corem — Professionally involved in the cryptocurrency industry since 2013, Guy co-founded and was the CEO of Spondoolies-Tech. In addition, Guy co-founded DAG Labs.Bo Dong — a veteran crypto trader/entrepreneur since 2016. Dong has a deep understanding in token economies and liquidity. Dong is the founder and CEO of Altonomy, a well-known liquidity provider in cryptocurrency space.Ferdous Bhai — highly-respected Bitcoin advocate, has established Canada’s largest Bitcoin OTC brokerage, YapCX, and started a high-performance cryptocurrency exchange, ChainRift. Ferdous is an acclaimed proponent of the Bitcoin’s peer-to-peer decentralized permissionless governance.Wilke Trei — a mathematician with specialization in computational discrete math and a freelancing mining software developer with a focus on memory-heavy algorithms that run on GPUs.All of the initial Board members served as advisors to Beam and have been supporting the project for quite some time now. They all have the best interests of the project in their heart.We are actively looking for 3 additional members to join the Board. In the future, the number of Board seats may be increased if the Directors decide so.In addition, Beam COO Amir Aaronson will be taking up the role of the COO of Beam Foundation, charged with operational aspects of the work.The Foundation website is available here: www.beam-foundation.orgThe FundsAs stated in our Emission Schedule, the Beam Foundation is endowed with 20% of the Treasury, i.e. 4% of total coins emitted in the first 5 years of existence of the protocol. The total number of Foundation coins over the 5 years stands at 6,307,200 Beam.In January 2019, we performed a forward sale of 1 million of Foundation tokens at $1 per token. That was done as a hedging move. As all other investors, the investors participating in the forward sale will be receiving their coins in monthly installments over the course of five years.Initially, a large part of the development will be done by the Beam Core Group. In the future, the Foundation will also be launching a community portal to allow anyone to submit requests for funding.Besides development, the Foundation will also support global awareness and business development for Beam, as well as a wider privacy agenda.GovernanceThe Governance of the Foundation will be performed by the Board, and all the decisions will be taken by a simple majority of votes.In the future, the Foundation will strive to change the decision making to be more distributed by creating a DAO-like governance system. This is not in the immediate plans however.The Beam Core GroupIn the coming months, the Beam Company will be transforming into Beam Core Group. Beam Core Group will be the development arm of the Beam Foundation.Beam Core Group will continue to work on the previously announced roadmap and to deliver on the Beam vision. We are committed to the same high standards of engineering and research that we were following until now.It is our goal that with time, more and more independent developers start working on Beam. We expect however that in the first 6–12 months of the existence of the Foundation, most of the work will be done by the Beam Core Group.As the Beam Company transforms into a more loosely organized Beam Core Group, the roles of the original executive team may be shifting — we will be updating the community as it happens.TransparencyThe Beam Foundation will be providing financial reports of its activity. Those reports will be published on the Foundation website, along with other information.Our goal is to be as transparent as possible.Into the futureSetting up the Beam Foundation and establishing an independent Board is an important step towards further decentralization of Beam. It is of course just the first step — in the coming years, the Foundation’s will work to build a fully decentralized global community that will continue to contribute to Beam and that will make Beam development and maintenance fully decentralized and resilient.Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyAnnouncing the Beam Foundation was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 11. 25

Why “Breaking Mimblewimble’...

TL;DR: The “Breaking Mimblewimble Privacy Model” attack will not be effective on Beam — Beam’s decoy outputs make it much harder to build the transaction graph. Upcoming Lelantus-MW will make building the transaction graph virtually impossible even against more sophisticated attacks.We would like to give our feedback on the article recently published by Ivan Bogatyy, claiming that there is no privacy in Mimblewimble. The article made some waves, and we would like to thank Ivan for his work and research.However, we believe that some members of our community were needlessly concerned, so we want to address the presented issues — which were known and discussed in depth in the past — and explain how Beam already mitigates them.What does the attack actually doThe system Ivan built collects logs from several “sniffer” nodes connected to the Grin network, and analyzes them.When analyzing the logs, the author is looking for transactions that have only one kernel. In Grin, having one kernel indicates that a transaction was not merged with any other transactions, and thus the inputs of this transaction are linked to its outputs. With enough such links, it is possible to build a transaction graph that connects between different wallets and use this graph, for instance, to prove a financial connection between two known parties.Ivan’s work does not actually build a transaction graph, it demonstrates that building such graph may be possible — there is quite a long way from finding linked inputs and outputs to building the actual transaction graph to actually establishing a link between specific peers.The attack also does not reveal any user identities such as IP address, neither does it reveal the amounts transacted.Why does it work in GrinThe reason for a large amount of such one-kernel transactions being broadcast to the network is that Grin network is not saturated and there are not enough transactions to be merged in the stem phase of Dandelion protocol.As the usage grows, the anonymity will improve, but currently, as Ivan has shown it, the anonymity set is very low.How Beam is differentWhile based on the same Mimblewimble protocol, Beam’s implementation of Dandelion has an important privacy improvement over Grin’s.Early on in the project we identified the potential transaction linkability in Mimblewimble and thought about ways to mitigate it.Already in September 2018 Valdo published a technical paper on transaction linkability and how Beam is tackling it. The paper describes the concept of decoy (aka Dummy) UTXOs. Note that the feature was implemented in Beam before mainnet launch and the mechanism was discussed with Grin’s devs, which decided not to implement it.How do those dummies work? At every step of the Dandelion Stem Phase, Beam nodes check whether the merged transactions (might be only one transaction) have at least 5 outputs.If not, decoy outputs are added to the merged transactions, making sure that the number of outputs is at least 5.You can view Beam blockchain explorers here or here and see that every block that has at least 2 kernels (meaning blocks that has at least one transaction which isn’t coinbase only) has at least 7 outputs (coinbase, fee, payee’s, 4 dummies).Each one of the dummy outputs has a value of zero, but it is completely indistinguishable from regular outputs — all outputs look like random numbers.At a later stage (a randomly chosen block height for each output), the node adds dummy UTXOs as inputs to a random transaction, most likely belonging to a different user, thus spending them and removing them from the blockchain, but also creating a relation between users that are in fact unrelated. Hence the “decoys” name.It’s important to note that since those decoy outputs are eventually spent, the mechanism doesn’t create any permanent clutter on the blockchain.Why the attack will be much harder to implement on Beam?If a similar exercise were to be run on Beam, the researcher would probably still find a lot of transactions with a single kernel. While Beam network processes about 60% more transactions than Grin (averaged over the past 30 days), it is still not enough to guarantee that two or more real transactions “meet” always while in the Stem phase. However, because of the dummy outputs, such single-kernel transactions will not be useful for discovery of the transaction graph.Decoys in Beam make building the transaction graph a probabilistic task, with the probability of a link between two wallets decaying exponentially with the growth of the number of hops.As Ivan wrote in his explanatory tweet:https://twitter.com/IvanBogatyy/status/1196441085221855233?s=20It would not be true for Beam — even if transactions are not aggregated with others, they still have an anonymity set of at least 4 decoy outputs (it’s a configurable number).Next step: Lelantus-MWDecoy outputs in Beam increase the anonymity set, and make building a transaction graph using a technique described by Ivan much harder, but still possible to some extent. Other more sophisticated active attacks were also described by others, like Ian Miers’s flashlight attack.Therefore, we implemented Lelantus-MW and will activate it soon.Lelantus-MW will dramatically increase the anonymity set (100K outputs) and will make it almost impossible to build the transactions graph if the user chose to use Lelantus-mw transactions from time to time.Read more about Lelantus-MW here and here.And it ends with a challengeWe would like to challenge Ivan to perform an analysis on the Beam network to try to establish provable links between a meaningful number of wallets. Finding transactions with one kernel won’t really work here.Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyWhy “Breaking Mimblewimble’s Privacy Model” will not work with Beam was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 11. 19

UX++ for Beam Wallet (part 2)

A while ago when we’ve started to think about how to improve and redesign our mobile wallet (see Part 1 here) it became clear that one step won’t make the whole story. In the previous release, we’ve added a lot of new functionality (e.g. finer control over addresses, search, address categories, etc). In the current release, we bring 3 big things under your fingerprints:Funds restore from a seed phrase: that’s right, you can restore any wallet given that you have the seed phrase kept somewhere. This fairly complicated and highly anticipated feature is available now and we dare to ask those who gave a lower score to the app to play with the app and to do the right thing ;)Many screens since the previous release were redesigned (see below). Brand fresh touch will bring the eye-pleasing info in a more structured and more functional way.Languages (our community effort) the wallet is closer to the way of your thinking :) The challenges of this adventure and the names of the heroes participating will be covered in a separate article (stay tuned).So, let’s see what’s in the box.☀️ Features (UX/UI and more)Mobile restore came to town: no need to switch to the desktop and to transfer the funds back anymore. You can restore from the generic node in the cloud or from a specific node you trust!We want the app to be as stable and as robust as possible. To achieve that, we’d like to ask you to submit technical details when a crash occurs. However, as a confidential wallet that prides privacy, we’ll ask you very politely each time before trying to submit that kind of info. Since the info is sent, we obviously won’t collect any information in the background.Transactions and transaction details screens were redesigned to match the new style.Addresses and address details screens were redesigned. Categories are now called “tags” and a single address can be denoted by several tags from now on.The redesigned UTXO and UTXO details screens display the list of transactions for every UTXO.Payment proof screens were redesigned.Did you ever capture a screenshot to send the transaction details to the sender? Well, we’ve thought about a more stylish way to achieve the purpose, we’ve called it “Share transaction details”.Some customers suggested scanning the QR code from a photo, taken once and kept in the library. All you needed to do was to ask for it :)👍 ImprovementsSmaller things we couldn’t leave behind:Since we value your every tap, some textual fields provide a nice way to reset the value with a single click (on iOS).On receive and send screens addresses are copiable with a long tap.Transactions can be searched by Kernel ID.Loading bar works smoother and is a bit more informativeOnline status works better when a phone is disconnected from the InternetShow Owner Key flow became much more informativeOn Android, the app doesn’t need to be restarted when a language is changedOn Android, the app responsivity became much faster and usage feel became smoother due to significant architectural reworkThere’s much more to tell as the iOS sprints (2 in total) counted 80+ issues and Android sprints (2 in total) counted 100+ issues. Many fixes of typos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use. We could add more details here but your time is precious and we’re happy with fewer details and more “it just works” feeling.🍳 What’s cookingLuckily, there is always something that keeps us busy:Android version that supports the same features set is in the works as I type.We are considering to make addresses even more usable. We realize that in Mimblewimble the same person usually has many addresses (some of them were created to be used only once). We are aware of that and need to brainstorm on that a bit.More BIG features are coming, but it’s a bit too early to elaborate. Hint: follow our desktop projects.🗣 Calls to actions!!!Please rate our app in the App Store or in Play Store or revise your lower score (if given before) in case you think the current version suits your expectations better.Let us know what do you think. You know where to find us. We take pride in what we do yet we are eager to hear how we can do even better.Use Beam: probably the most usable wallet for the Mimblewimble-based privacy coin!Confidentially yours, Beam Product, Development and QA teamsCome discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyUX++ for Beam Wallet (part 2) was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 10. 30

Clear Cathode 3.1, iOS — Re...

Clear Cathode 3.1, iOS — Release NotesRelease Date: October 29th, 2019GeneralRelease notesSupported PlatformsAll devices running iOS 11.0 and higherFeaturesWhen a crash occurs we’ll ask politely to submit the technical details, that will allow us to investigate the issue and improve app’s stabilityTransactions screen was introduced to present the extended transactions infoImprovementsLoading bar works smoother and is a bit more informativePayment proof screen, settings screens, transaction details screen, tag edit screen, main menu, transaction statuses and icons updated to match the new designShow owner key flow became more informativeTransaction actions can be triggered through haptic touch / 3d touchFixesMany fixes of typos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to use.Known limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.When restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be required.Points to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full details.If you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase).Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history).Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyClear Cathode 3.1, iOS — Release Notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 10. 30

How to install Beam on your...

Tutorial — How to install Beam on your Raspberry PiPrefaceIn my last medium article, I described the benefits in privacy and usability to run an own Beam network node over trusting an external partner and how to realize an own node on a free google cloud instance. While this is an amazing opportunity to strengthen the Beam network and to improve your wallet experience with an always-online wallet, this still requires to use external commercial services to realize it. Therefore this second article about running an own Beam node covers how to make it work on one of the most prevalent and affordable hardware platforms available: a Raspberry Pi. Besides the benefits of running an own command line wallet and node, the article also will cover how to build and install the graphical wallet. Having this the user experience for Beam on your Raspberry is just as amazing as on a standard desktop computer.This tutorial will assume you are running a Raspberry Pi 3 or 4 with current Raspbian Duster (in my case concretely version dated 2019–09–26). Also, we need to ensure our SD card has at least 16 GByte (better 32), so the operating system, build tools as well as the blockchain fit to it. Thanks to the good scalability of a Mimblewimble blockchain we can expect a clean Raspbian and the Beam blockchain may fit a 16 GByte SD card for at least another year, maybe two.PreparationsThe nature of Beam transaction building process requires that the clock of the computer a wallet runs on needs to be at least roughly correct. Since a Raspberry Pi has no integrated real-time clock please make sure that this is the case for your device before you start running a Beam wallet on it. There are plenty of opportunities to ensure that, e.g. adding a separate real-time clock or a GPS module to your Pi. But also the pure software solutions are sufficient — in case your firewall does not block the time server ports it is likely that the clock will in fact work correct shortly after reboot. Describing different ways on how to ensure it is beyond the scope of this article.Furthermore, during the build there are some libraries of Beam that require a higher than the standard amount of RAM when building. To cover this we should increase the virtual memory available to Raspbian. In case you own the 4G version of the Raspberry Pi 4 you can skip this step. Open the terminal on your Raspbian and type in:sudo geany /etc/dphys-swapfileA text editor will pop up. Edit the number inline 16 to 2048, then store and close the editor. Afterward, typesudo dphys-swapfile setupinto the command line. Note that this will occupy two GByte of memory on your SD card. After all building work is done you can use the two commandssudo dphys-swapfile swapoffsudo dphys-swapfile uninstallto disable the swap file again. Ideally, you afterward change the size back to the system default and activate it by invoking “setup” again.How to Build the CLI Node and WalletWe will start by installing the required dependencies of Beam by copy-pasting the following four lines to the command line, line by line and confirm each with the return key.sudo apt-get install gitsudo apt-get install cmakesudo apt-get install libboost-all-devsudo apt-get install opensslNow we already have the dependencies of Beam on our Raspberry Pi, except for the GUI wallet that will be handled later. Next, we will download the Beam source code and change to the right branch of Beam to get a build that can connect to the Beam main network.git clone https://github.com/BeamMW/beam.gitcd beamgit checkout mainnetNow we are ready to run the compilation.In case you want to build the gui wallet as well skip this step and scroll down to the section describing the gui wallet build. You then can resume after this step.For this, you need to copy the following line to your command line. Note that the parameter after the “-j” is giving the number of threads to be used for building. In case you run a Raspberry Pi 4B with 4GByte of RAM you may choose “-j 4” to use all four processor cores for building. For the 2G RAM version “-j 3” is optimal, while a Raspberry Pi 4 1G or Raspberry Pi 4 should use “-j 2” or even “-j 1”. The rationale is that compiling slows down if RAM is exhausted and the swap file needs to be used.cmake -DBEAM_NO_QT_UI_WALLET=1 -DARCH_NATIVE=1 . && make -j 3On the 2G model using -j 3 is very smooth except for a handful of libraries around 65% of the build process where the swap file is used. Overall building beam as a whole requires about half an hour on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 2G RAM — plenty of time for a long coffee break.When done we built the following executables:./beam/beam-node./wallet/beam-walletthat we can copy to a common folder and use them as described in the Beam documentation or in my previous article about Beam on a cloud VM instance. Note that the initial synchronization of the node will take some hours, although it is quicker than the cloud instance. For the source version at the time of writing, I highly recommend activating the cut-through and fast-sync with the “horizon_hi” and “horizon_lo” parameter as described in the cloud computing article. Otherwise, the Beam blockchain may occupy too much space on your Raspberry Pi SD card.How to Install the CLI Node and Setup AutostartIn case that you want to clean the build directory to save some space on your Pi it may make sense to install the Beam node and the CLI wallet in another directory and add this to the system search path. Of course, you also can copy it manually and use it as described in my cloud vm article.Use the following lines to create a new directory for your beam stuff in your home directory and copy the relevant files over to this directory.sudo mkdir -p opt/beamsudo chown pi:pi opt/beam cp ~/beam/{beam/beam-node,wallet/beam-wallet} /opt/beamBesides the executables, we will also create a directory for the configuration files and the node data within our home directory.mkdir -p ~/.local/share/beamcp ~/beam/{beam/beam-node.cfg,wallet/beam-wallet.cfg} ~/.local/share/beamThe relevant files are now copied to the new directory and you can clean up the sources — unless you want to build the GUI wallet as well (see below!).Now we will tell the system about the new locations of the executables as well as the configurations. Typegeany /home/pi/.bashrcand scroll down the file. At the bottom add the following lines:export PATH=/opt/beam:$PATHfunction BeamNode {pushd ~/.local/share/beambeam-node $@popd}function BeamCLIWallet {pushd ~/.local/share/beambeam-node $@popd}Close the text editor and typesource ./.bashrcNow — and whenever you open your console later — your system will know the two commands “BeamNode” and “BeamCLIWallet” and switch to the right working directories automatically — and come back to your current working directory when done. The corresponding configuration files for your node can be accessed by typinggeany /home/pi/.local/share/beam/beam-node.cfgfor the node configuration. To run the node in a very basic configuration its needed to change just two lines. First head out for line 25, which is# peer=and change it topeer=eu-nodes.mainnet.beam.mw:8100You also can pick any other Beam node to start your sync with. A list with known and trusted nodes can be found here.Furthermore to enable fast syncing — which saves space and CPU time on your Raspberry-Pi add the linefast_sync=1to the bottom of the file. Then you already could start your node and strengthen the Beam network. Other options are only required in case you want to connect your own wallet or want to solo mine with your node.Configure your node for your needs and type in “BeamNode” to start it for its first sync. This will take several hours and also will put a lot of load to the CPU. Best do this overnight but do not worry: once the node is fully synced the system load of the running node is almost zero.Still not enough? It would be cool to start the node on each reboot in the background to keep it always on and synced, right? Ok, let’s do so!For this task, we will install tmux that allows us to start a console program on boot-up and get the command line to front in case we need it.sudo apt-get install tmuxOnce this is done we will create a cron job that will launch our beam node on each boot-up. Type ingeany /opt/beam/beam.cronto open the text editor and copy in the following lines.#!/bin/bashsleep 5/usr/bin/tmux new-session -d -s beamSession ‘/bin/bash’/usr/bin/tmux send-keys -t beamSession “source /home/pi/.bashrc” C-m/usr/bin/tmux send-keys -t beamSession “BeamNode” C-mSave the file and close the editor. Note that we did set a sleep time of 5 seconds before the node is supposed to start after reboot. This is to allow the system to establish the network connection first. Also starting multiple tmux instances at the same time may cause problems, so if you want to start multiple programs (e.g. a CLI wallet) by this method I recommend to set different sleeping times.Now we will make cron aware of this file. Type incrontab -eIn case you never did so till now you will be asked a question about the editor to use. Hit 1, so nano will be used.Navigate with the arrow keys to the bottom of the file and insert the following line@reboot /opt/beam/beam.cronThen hit ctrl+o to save the file and crtl+x to close the editor. Now on every boot, the system will start your beam node in a separate session. When you open the command line you can see the running session by typingtmux attach-session -t beamSessionDo this on your first reboot to ensure everything is working. If not it is likely that some aspects are missing in the configuration file — I assume that the node is completely configured by this file and does not require additional command line parameters.How to Build and Install the GUI WalletIn order to build the beam GUI wallet, we will need to install some additional dependencies that are used by the graphical interface of the wallet. This can be done by copying the following four lines to your command line.sudo apt-get install qt5-defaultsudo apt-get install qtdeclarative5-dev libqt5svg5-dev sudo apt-get install qttools5-dev-tools qttools5-devsudo apt-get install qml-module-qtquick-controls qml-module-qtquick-controls2The installation of these dependencies will require approximately 200 MByte extra space on your SD card. Once done we can start the build of the beam GUI wallet. Note that in case you have not built yet the node itself this will do it. In case you already have built it, it may be required to typerm ./CMakeCache.txtbefore the build, so the building system notices the changes.To start the actual build type incmake -DARCH_NATIVE=1 . && make -j 3You may again customize the -j parameter to the specs of your Raspberry Pi as described in the section about the node build process.Once the build is done we will copy the beam GUI wallet executable to a different location — so we are able to clean up the build space afterward — and create a menu entry for it.Type insudo mkdir -p /opt/beamsudo cp ./ui/BeamWallet /opt/beamsudo cp ./ui/icons/beam_mainnet.png /usr/share/pixmaps/sudo geany /usr/share/applications/BeamWallet.desktopand a text editor will open up. Copy the following lines into the empty open file and store it.[Desktop Entry]Name=Beam WalletComment=GUI Wallet for BEAM MW MainnetIcon=/usr/share/pixmaps/beam_mainnet.pngExec=/opt/beam/BeamWalletType=ApplicationEncoding=UTF-8Terminal=falseCategories=Network;Now on the next reboot or after typing inlxpanelctl restartyou will be able to see the shortcut for your beam gui wallet in the network menu of your Raspbian. The usage is exactly as used from other Linux based systems.Enjoy using Beam on your Raspberry Pi! In case you liked this article leave me a clap or a small donation on my Beam donation address. Thank you for reading!2346a827cb56ca74e34680593e50d7b1fa4a169332415a1d5984c6f874395c3684bCome discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam Desktop Wallet hereDownload Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyHow to install Beam on your Raspberry Pi was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

BEAM

19. 10. 17

Clear Cathode 3.2, Android ...

Clear Cathode 3.2, Android — Release NotesRelease Date: October 16th, 2019General NotesRelease NotesFeaturesThe app responsivity became much faster and usage feel became smoother due to significant architectural reworkTransaction details screen, address/contact details screen, tag create/update screen, payment proof screens were redesignedTransactions history can be exported and saved on the deviceOn the transaction screen, multiple transactions can be selectedImprovementsTransactions can be searched by Kernel ID (from the Transactions screen)Loading bar works smoother and is a bit more informativeWhen a crash occurs we’ll ask politely to submit the technical details, that will allow us to investigate the issue and improve app’s stabilityWhen changing the language the app doesn’t need to be restarted anymoreFixesMany fixes of typos, explanatory messages, elements placements, colors — all to make the app more eye-pleasing and more intuitive to useKnown limitationsWhen restoring your funds in automatic mode, verify that your most recent transaction (from any device) was completed at least 1 hour ago. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be requiredWhen restoring your funds with your specific node, verify that the node is fully synchronized with the blockchain before starting the restore procedure. Otherwise, your restored balance may be incorrect and additional restore procedure will be requiredPoints to mentionDO NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY RUN TWO WALLETS INITIATED FROM THE SAME SEED PHRASE. No funds will be lost in any case, please read this article for full detailsIf you really want to run two wallets (read: geek mode), initiated from the same seed phrase, make sure each wallet is connected to the node configured with the owner key (which is derived from the seed phrase)Even if two wallets are connected with such a node which is properly configured with the owner key, the transaction history will not be syncronized among them (each wallet will see the correct balance but only its own transaction history)Come discover Beam and join our community!Download Beam iOS Wallet on App StoreDownload Beam Android Wallet on Google PlayLearn more about Beam on our website and blogTelegram: t.me/BeamPrivacyQQ Beam 中国官方社区: https://jq.qq.com/?_wv=1027&k=5Mbs8N4Reddit: reddit.com/r/beamprivacy/Twitter: twitter.com/beamprivacyClear Cathode 3.2, Android — Release Notes was originally published in BEAM-MW on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 10. 16

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