May 28, 2020
It's another big release! We've improved the user registration system so that users receive a registration code instead of clicking a link. We also added 2FA as a requirement to withdraw MXC token.
This update further fixed an issue keeping users from seeing their staking rewards.
May 15, 2020
It's a bug fixing update. We repaired a number of bugs, and further improved MXC mining.
May 8, 2020
It's a big update! We've added an auto configuration wizard for the MXC Data Miner. Now all you need to do to setup your snazzy hardware is scan a QR code. This update also brought additional mining improvements and fixed a number of bugs that kept some users from managing their LPWAN devices.
April 30, 2020
This update brought some improvements to the mining API, and fixed some bugs related to mining.
April 23, 2020
We've improved the MXC Supernode registration process, removing the need to click a link in your email. Now all you need to do is enter a nifty code sent to your email. It's one more way to simplify your life on mobile devices. This release also included some epic front-end refactoring and bug fixes.
Welcome to 2.0.3.
April 8, 2020
Supernode stability has improved! This week we added secure MQTT by enabling MQTT TLS. We also fixed some issues with supernodes located in China, removed additional demo data from the system and squashed some pesky bugs including:
- Pagination issues with device details
- Devices not appearing in the "devices" page
April 3, 2020
Our supernode registration process has improved, and we've removed some hidden demo data from the system. In the process we also cleaned up a few more bugs. These include:
- Device EUI wasn't being pulled through the API on the device activation page
- An issue that allowed users to bypass captcha
- Supernode Admin's were unable to see all organizations (they can now)
- The device screen is back! Yes it was missing, but we found it and it's back where it belongs
March 19, 2020
It has finally arrived! 2.0.0 integrates the Cobo Custody solution, making the MXC tokens held by our Supernode operators more secure than ever before.
This update brings an entirely new top-up system, making it easier to top-up by removing the need to register the wallet your are sending your MXC token from.
With 2.0.0 we also released previews of upcoming features including our new MXC Supernode Dashboard, and the MXC Token Withdraw feature.
February 24, 2020
Some users were experiencing issues with the sidebar acting a bit random. So we fixed it. Welcome to 1.0.9.
February 21, 2020
Another week brings another release focused on providing a more stable MXC Supernode experience. In this update you'll find that:
- SMB Device Profiles no longer endlessly load
- tables display better on mobile
- the organization selector looks better
- the language selector works better
- the network server "Region" and "Version" fields have returned
- the login page map loads regardless of whether you allow it to use your location
- new error messages
February 13, 2020
This release was a bug squashing marathon filled with bugs, that we successfully squashed. While squashing these bugs, we made it easier for us to squash more by improving the development environment. If you haven't already noticed, you're welcome to join the MXC Development team on GitHub. Issue hunters are always welcome. :)
In this release, we squashed:
- Naming issues of different pages
- Links that went the wrong way
- Pages that weren't visible in China
- Mobile compatibility issues
- Buttons that didn't work
- Back button errors (it didn't work so well)
February 7, 2020
This update fixes an issue with registering new accounts.
February 6, 2020
MXC Supernodes are available in Japanese! Special thanks our Japanese community for translating the Supernode interface into Japanese. Take a look at our Crowdin page to see additoinal langauges we'd like to support: Translate the Supernode
This update also included some bug fixes. These include:
- An issue with the appserver crashing for some development users
- Removed "dummy" data from being seen in deployed supernodes
- An issue with creating a new network server
- Updated how "Gateway Activity" is displayed
January 31, 2020
Our 1.0.4 release improves both gateway and device management in MXC Supernodes by squashing more abnoxious bugs. These include:
- Setting requirements for application names (so that you can add applications)
- Gateway profile detail not appearing for some users
- Fixed service profile management for Supernode Operators
- Create Gatweay page not loading
January 21, 2020
This release fixes the following bugs:
- Create gateway generating an unknown error
- Update gateway generating an unknown error
- Create gateway button unresponsive for some users
January 17, 2020
It's another bug squashing update! For this release we focused on cleaning up the new UI. Specific fixes include:
- Updated translations
- Updated sidebar for Supernode Operators
- Repaired a bug with user registration
- Cleaned up misc. error stream on login
- Organization tables not updating with new organizations
- Inability to change ETH account
January 15, 2020 This is a massive update! First we merged the UI of the M2M Wallet with the LPWAN Server, making the entire system mobile friendly. Then we modified Top-Up to ensure that you can only top up your MXC if you paired your wallet with your supernode account. We also improved the staking experience so that you're able to unstake and restake your MXC.
Naturally we fixed a number of bugs along the way, including:
- Issues with users seeing incorrect staking or balance numbers
- New organizations can now be added to the organization list
- Fixed missing or incorrect translations
- Fixed inconsistencies between admin settings and what users see
- Many, many more bugs
We're improving LPWAN device management and adding MQTT connectivity so that device owners can easily connect their data with a visualization platform.
Some Known Issues
- Some translations may be incorrect or missing in the new UI.
- Supernode Operators are unable to see LPWAN devices under organizations in their supernode
- When registering, if a duplicate organization name is used, the page doesn’t load
- Random numbers in breadcrumbs
- Users unable to reset password on their own (requires Supernode Admin)
- Some users reported issues with LPWAN device management