Per request, developers can now customized their success test for the on page payment buttons. You can use this for messages like "Please check your email", "Refresh the page", "Click on the Check button", etc.
It's been one and a half months since Inputs launched, and we've already transferred more than 82,000 BTC. We've been working hard to improve performance and scale our service up to meet the growing demand.Posted on 2013-08-15 15:41:31 Permalink
You can sweep your private key to your Inputs.io wallet with a single click!Posted on 2013-08-04 03:16:04 Permalink
If you're using Chrome or another browser that supports desktop notifications, you'll see a new option to enable it under Transactions. You'll receive a notification when you make or receive a transaction, even if you're in another window. No downloads or browser extensions are needed.Posted on 2013-07-24 05:43:41 Permalink
GPG auth has been added to Inputs.io. If you enable it, you'll need to decrypt a string using your GPG key in order to sign into Inputs. Simply add your fingerprint in the security tab to enable this feature. However, it's important that you know what you are doing first - we're unable to help at all if you lose your GPG key.
Secondly, we now have a new policy for Tor. We recognize that Tor provides privacy to our users, however it can also be abused to hide account hijacking. New accounts that were registered with Tor will have a flag set, and they will be able to sign in from the Tor network. For all other accounts, Tor cannot be used to sign in.
We've also enhanced our session code to no longer require a IP address if you are using Tor.Posted on 2013-07-16 23:56:53 Permalink
We're happy to announce that Inputs is now a silver member of the Bitcoin Foundation, an entity with the mission of standardizing, protecting and promoting Bitcoin.Posted on 2013-07-10 16:58:09 Permalink
Bitcoin and email addresses are hard to remember enough already. That's why we just acquired 1v.io and now this is free to all of our users.
Simply claim your username if you haven't already, and then you'll see your 1v.io link - for example, 1v.io/gladoscc!Posted on 2013-07-06 07:41:46 Permalink
We're enhancing the security of your wallet even if our web interacting server was compromised.
If you already have an account, you'll be asked to upgrade your account the next time you sign in. You'll see the technical details on that page.
Accounts registered from this point on are automatically upgraded. Soon, making transactions will require a one-use key derived from your password (which is not sent to the server).
Inputs.io was not compromised. This is to make Inputs.io even more secure in case of a compromise.Posted on 2013-07-05 12:42:25 Permalink
Inputs.io now supports usernames. You can claim your username after you've made a wallet.
Usernames give you a short link like https://inputs.io/u/gladoscc that's much easier to pass around, and won't reveal your email address.
You can also register a domain as your username if your email ends with that domain!
Inputs.io now supports other currencies for display purposes. Firstly, you will need to have switched to the fiat mode (click on BTC / mBTC until you hit USD), and then click on the currency symbol (eg $) to switch between USD, EUR, GBP and CAD. We're open to adding additional currencies - just let us know!Posted on 2013-07-04 03:26:16 Permalink
Inputs focuses on security and privacy, while making Bitcoin accessible. Transfer on the instant offchain network and shave 8 GB off your hard drive. You could have got a wallet already.
A sincere thank you to all of the beta testers for your truly invaluable feedback, bug and suggestions! (Especially Chris "dooglus" Moore of Just-Dice and Pikachu!)Posted on 2013-07-02 12:43:33 Permalink