Divi Weekly Update - 4th October 2019 - Sept Recap, DIVISMS, Ledger, Development Updates and Media

Originally posted by @nicksaponaro on the Divi Blog.

October is off to a great start and the entire team has their heads down in the code. Before we dive in, let’s take a look at what happened in September.

September recap

Development update


We are nearly ready to bring DIVISMS to production. It is currently undergoing testing in four countries and several African and South American countries are in the pipeline to be added next.

We’re now testing DIVISMS in 4 different countries and prepared to take the initiative to production.

African and South American countries will be the focus next.

In which countries would you like to see DIVISMS available? https://t.co/aIxk2jOhtJ

— Nick Saponaro (@NSapProductions) September 30, 2019


Ledger have reopened submissions for their hardware and software solutions. We are arranging to submit a pull request now.

Divi Desktop update imminent

Users can expect a new version of Divi Desktop next week that includes a variety of updates and improvements.

Advanced coin control is coming

We know how important it is to have control over unspent transactions (AKA UTXOs), which is why the next Divi Desktop update includes simplified and accessible coin control features.

For advanced users (those using Advanced Mode), a new transaction category called “Unspent” will appear on your history tab. From this category, users can add specific transactions that they would like to combine rather than simply combining all.

This is one of the most requested features so we are excited that our users will finally get a chance to use it.

Upcoming events


Women in Tech & Blockchain

Interview with Geoff McCabe


I am interested in know more about the advanced features. What would I need these for?


will allow you combine, move, send specific utxo vs letting the wallet handle it automatically. ie. combining heaps of mn/staking rewards into one larger utxo to make the wallet run more lean is one example.


Something that I have learned from this Internet world, is that while updates are improvements, we must also think about the entire range of users that can have divi, sometimes updates so followed are not necessarily synonymous with progress, if I can recognize the progress but I only suggest that it is necessary to fully exploit the capabilities of an update, to make it more attractive.


Great insight update always are my favorite part on divi.kudos to the team


What an amazing way bring an old technology such as SMS back into real business!


Other amazing week for Divi ! :star_struck:


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