Time for another Syscoin article, as they remain one of the most active communities in the altcoin scene to date. A new version of the client has been released, which includes two major bugfixes, both of which have to do with the decentralized marketplace. A new alpha version of SysMarket has been released as well, so let’s take a closer look!
Do keep in mind this new Syscoin client upgrade is not mandatory, yet still highly recommended in order to avoid any potential compatibility issues in the future. As always, you can find the updated client on the Syscoin Github.
The first of two important marketplace updates/bugfixes has to do with the price bug occuring when setting the price to either 11 or 88. Several users had experienced this price bug, and thanks to their valuable feedback, the matter has been resolved swiftly.
The second bugfix/marketplace update fixes any issues previously existing with offeraccept and/or offerpay. Offernow now requires a receive address , which can be a non-wallet address (read : proxy address) or an alias. A more detailed blog post in regards to both fixes is expected soon, and we will keep an eye out for more information;
SysMarket v0.5.3 Alpha has been released a few days ago, which resolves a bug where a user could only submit a marketplace listing when 3 pictures were attached. As of this update, any number of pictures is sufficient in order to add your listing to the marketplace: You can download the SysMarket update on GitHub or grab the Windows binary here.