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    lehnberg
    @lehnberg
    @i1skn congrats for shipping! what a milestone! :D
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    @lehnberg thank a lot!
    Chronos
    @ChronosCrypto
    fantastic job on the release!
    Chronos
    @ChronosCrypto
    IronBelly launch was covered on One Minute Crypto. https://youtu.be/Z2rwdIfl_-0
    JollyGrin
    @JollyGrin
    Installing ironbelly now! This is so exciting!
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    Ironbelly is now available on Android for everyone to test https://twitter.com/ironbellywallet/status/1173433826619592704?s=20
    energyburn
    @energyburn
    Hi, I am trying to send from IronBelly (v2.2.0 build 11 on Android), but am unable to send funds. 1) I generate TX slate file and send to recipient.
    2) recipient signs and returns
    3) I load file into IronBelly to finalize, but I think IronBelly mistakes the file as an "receive", instead of "finalize send", because IronBelly displays the amount as "incoming" instead of "outgoing"
    Sorry, for typos. On my mobile :)
    energyburn
    @energyburn
    NVM, I resolved the issue. Now I am able to confirm and send the funds
    @i1skn this app is fantastic. So glad to finally have an Android version to use!
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    @energyburn thanks a lot! Let me know if you would have any other issues!
    energyburn
    @energyburn
    @i1skn is there a toolchain to build/simulate on Linux? Now that there is an android app, Id like to try and add some features, but dont have a Mac
    energyburn
    @energyburn
    Also, do you have a donation address? I would love to support this work, and Im sure others would too
    samholmes
    @samholmes
    May I suggest the use of ₲ as the currency symbol for Grin within IronBelly?
    samholmes
    @samholmes
    The current symbol and design language for grin does not suggest that grin is a currency.
    ₲100 feels more like an expression of a currency amount
    G100 even works as a way to express a currency amount in nomenclature.
    My ₲0.02
    kurt coolman
    @coolman_kurt_twitter
    Tel : (+595 21) 608 011
    :smile:
    Grin Talk
    @newtownf1
    The G looks great
    100 G’s ... love it
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    Ironbelly uses the symbol, which was approved a while ago by Grin council.
    kurt coolman
    @coolman_kurt_twitter
    one drawback of this symbol as well, is that few people know how to pronounce it :-) those people will not know unless they DYOR... (or that a friend tell them)
    samholmes
    @samholmes
    @i1skn Could you link to the final approval for this symbol? I've read the forum posts which talked about the symbol, but the final consensus wasn't clear to me.
    lehnberg
    @lehnberg
    @samholmes see decision #11 in the decision log: https://github.com/mimblewimble/grin-pm/blob/master/decision_log.md
    Leo Wang
    @wanglingsong
    is Ironbelly available on IOS now?
    Grin Talk
    @newtownf1
    Yes
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    Hi there, just got ironbelly. when i try to open the file, i get an error msg saying "no such file or directory" ... i added the file to the "files" folder, and opened it into ironbelly
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    Hmm, this is weird. Can you make a screenshot?
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    IMG_0710.png
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    It seems like a bug. Probably related to iOS 13. I would need to check it. Thanks!
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    i made the file through niffler. first tried sending it through text msg, and couldnt figure out how to open it from there... so i then sent it through email and that worked. when i downloaded it to the iphone "files" folder, the name file name was different from what i named it... dont know if this helps
    okay thanks yes, in the mean time i will cancel the transaction and find another way. Thanks.
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    Hey guys now I am trying to re-open grin++ wallet ... getting this msg: Error occurred in GrinNode process. Try restarting Grin++. Error:
    Error: Command failed: ./GrinNode --headless
    terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::system_error'
    what(): bind: Address already in use
    don't understand.. thx
    I am totally new to grin and mimblewimble and not very technical so learning it all as i go. I think the blockchain might be disconnected in some way
    Ivan Sorokin
    @i1skn
    You can also try to open the file directly from Mail app. Just press Share menu and choose copy to Ironbelly.
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    Ok i will definitely try that. I will have to connect my protonmail to my mail app, as i did not send it thru my gmail
    did not send thru gmail which is the one that is already set up in mailapp
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    I think the issue with the grin++ wallet is I deleted the application it before, and now re-installed it. I don't think I deleted the blockchain when I deleted the application. Now I hear my computer CPU on overdrive as if its downloading the blockchain once again. So i might be getting two blockchains. How can I delete everything and just start from a totally fresh start?
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    oh crap forgot this is only ironbelly and im asking about grin++ lol. okay i will find the other telegram
    David Burkett
    @DavidBurkett
    @christianjonathan_gitlab The issue is Nifflers node keeps running even if you close Niffler. So it conflicts with grin++. Kill the grin process before opening Grin++
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    do you think since i re-downloaded the grin++ wallet, its downloading a 2nd copy of the blockchain? I originally deleted it without deleting the blockchain
    I feel like since i re-downloading it, it might be downloading another copy of the blockchain @DavidBurkett
    David Burkett
    @DavidBurkett
    No, it's not downloading another blockchain
    christian
    @christianjonathan_gitlab
    cool, thanks @DavidBurkett