Updates

Catalyst Fund 11 Proposals

In this round I submitted two new proposals, each to continue my work around the transaction editor webapp to extend it with a Native Script editor with Multisig & Script wallet and now to develop the authentication project with Crypto wallets for signup, login, and 2FA . I’m very pleased with my new proposals, yet I haven’t spent any time advertising them. In my most sincere hopes, I wish you help me with your support.
By — Óscar Nájera
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Collaborative transactions

It is finally possible. The transaction editor webapp has now a backend to synchronize with connected clients. That means you can have multiple wallets connected into a transaction and collaboratively create a transaction that merges/swaps funds between the wallets and all wallets must sign for the transaction to be valid. As always, I accompany every feature release with a video. A tutorial that shows you every step of the process for you to learn how to do it yourself.
By — Óscar Nájera
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Hardware wallet support on the transaction editor

Up until now the transaction editor supercharged the cardano-cli, allowing you to craft highly complex transactions in a declarative manner, and it was amazing! However, key management is out of scope from the CLI an consequentially was from the editor. That started to change 6 months ago with the introduction of state management , upgrading the editor into a wallet and making it more useful. Now it is better than ever before with the support for hardware devices.
By — Óscar Nájera
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Transaction editor webapp now supports Token mint & burn

This is the second major update on the app, now it is possible to mint Mary Era Cardano Native Tokens. That means by directly letting your wallet construct the minting policy, you can now use the editor to mint or burn your tokens.

The UX starts to feel bloated, despite the minimalist design. There is no way around the fact that transactions on the Cardano blockchain can be feature rich. I know that general UX design principles say to use modals for specific features. However, I decided to stick with an interface, which has all inputs on the same page. It might feel bloated, it might be wrong UX, yet the nice thing about being part of the competition is that I get to propose my version of the solution and carve my place in the market.

By — Óscar Nájera
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