What problem are you solving?
Currently, thousands of transactions take place on the Incognito chain every day. However, only the sending user can see the transaction. Users cannot see their receiving transactions in the wallet, and they are not notified when they receive coins. This is an arguably large flaw in the user experience of the wallet app.
What is the solution?
We’re exploring a way to give users access to all of their transactions (both send and receive transactions) using their public key and coin. We will build a server to sync and parse the data of all transactions, so the wallet app can pass a user’s coin and public key to get transactions with pagination support. This approach will help users see their transactions on all of their devices and get a notification whenever they receive a coin.
What substitutes do people resort to because this doesn’t exist yet?
In most popular wallet apps, users can see their complete history of transactions. Currently, Incognito users can only see transactions on the device they used to create the transaction. They cannot see receiving transactions or transactions created on other devices. Our goal is to help users see all their transactions on all their devices.
Who are you?
Introduce the project team members (schools, jobs, projects, github, twitter, blogs, etc.) and any similar work you’ve done.
- @phuong has over 10 years of experience as a senior software engineer. He’s been with the project since the beginning, leading the backend team. He built trusted bridges like BTC, ETH/ERC20, TOMO, BNB/BEP2, ZIL, and XMR. His team will add Ontology, Ripple, NEO, Cosmos, EOS, and more, soon.
- @mo_tran has over 3 years of experience as a Quality Control engineer. She is now the QC responsible for testing the Incognito wallet.
- @tienduong has over 4 years of experience as a senior software engineer. He is the one who implemented pDEX on the wallet app. Previously, he was a core developer for a Japanese employment service in Vietnam. He is also a community enthusiast who loves asking questions and giving answers on Stack Overflow.
Why do you care?
We want users to have the best experience in an intuitive, well-designed app. We believe that adding this feature will give people the relevant information that they expect to find in their wallet app.
What’s your plan? What’s your schedule?
The project duration from March 4, 2020 to March 30, 2020.
What’s your budget?
The project will be undertaken by 3 engineers.
|Backend Engineer||500 PRV||1||500 PRV|
|Mobile Engineer||250 PRV||1||250 PRV|
|Quality Control||500 PRV||1||500 PRV|
|TOTAL (x 1 month )||1250 PRV|
Is there an existing conversation around this idea?
Not yet on this forum. Let us know what you think!
Is there anything else you would like the community to know?
We’re working diligently to make Incognito more streamlined and useful, but we can always use your help! Feel free to add your thoughts and suggestions to support this proposal.