A large volume of inquiries have been recently received from the community pertaining to Ledger integration. Due to the popularity of this issue, Elastos’ network of decentralized teams would like to clarify the status of this project to the community at large by issuing the following statement:Ledger integration has always been a community-run project. Interest in Ledger began when community members voiced interest in establishing Ledger integration, and from these conversations a community member named Coranos offered to work on this project on behalf of the community. Over the last year, Coranos has worked on this project while keeping Elastos up to date on his progress. At this stage, the wallet has been listed in dev status. However, without a proper UI design, the application will not provide an adequate user experience. Currently, Coranos has offered to work with any qualified community members who want to take on the necessary design upgrades with him.It is important to note that the Elastos Foundation and peripheral Elastos teams will not maintain this wallet now, nor in the future. Projects of this nature need to be community-led, not only to ensure their successful completion, but to set a precedent that ensures the future of an autonomous Elastos ecosystem. This is a worthy project for qualified community members to contribute to, and it is recommended that Cyber Republic Proposals be created to complete projects selected by the community.If interested in helping with this project, please contact our Community Manager on Telegram: https://t.me/Mr_Tman

https://news.elastos.org/exploring-elastos-what-is-elastos/
https://news.elastos.org/the-problems-being-encountered-by-blockchain-ecosystems-and-how-elastos-has-already-solved-them/
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-31-january-2020/
https://twitter.com/Elastos_org/status/1228344691109834755?s=19
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-14-february-2020/
https://news.elastos.org/exploring-elastos-the-did-dapp/
https://news.elastos.org/end-of-year-report-2019/
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-28-february-2020/
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-financial-report-july-december-2019/
https://news.elastos.org/crc-schedule-update/
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-13-march-2020/
https://news.elastos.org/exploring-elastos-whats-ahead/
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-27-march-2020/
elastOS Version 1.1 for Android comes with several new features including a sleek and enhanced UI/UX. Read about all the new upgrades and download today in the Google Play Store.https://news.elastos.org/elastos-version-1-1-official-release-on-android/
ELA Wallet Android v1.4.2 update announcementThe latest version of the ELA Wallet Android v1.4.2 has been released.The details of this update is as follows:1. Adds the function of creating DID, which supports adding personal credentials2. Candidates for CR members can issue relevant election related information through their personal credentials3. Supports the binding of Elastos DID and CR website account and login to CR account by scanning QR code4. Optimizes wallet start-up speed 5. Adds "node connection setting" functionNotes:-CR member candidates need to create DID, add avatar information, personal profile and other election related information to personal credentials, and publish all election related information through "Update DID Information";-After CR council candidates create Elastos DID, they need to complete the binding with DID through "Update Registration Information".-Please back up your wallet before you perform the upgrading.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.elastos.unionsquare.android

Community Announcement: Trinity Tech Ltd., the team responsible for the development of elastOS and its integral technologies, would like to provide an update on the current state of iOS integration. elastOS has progressed to Apple's testflight, an important milestone in the iOS App Store's publication process. However, because the elastOS app currently contains a webview wallet, it does not meet the criteria required to advance to publication. In the interim, Apple has validated elastOS for testflight while a native wallet is developed. In order to implement the necessary development adjustments, Trinity Tech has conservatively set aside two months. In the meantime, while development is underway on the native wallet, all community members interested in providing feedback and contributing to the testing process are encouraged to email the team directly at [email protected] you for your patience and continued support.

Looking for updates on all of Elastos’ various projects? Then check out our regularly updated Modules Status on the Elastos Developer portal at:https://developer.elastos.org/discover_elastos/modules_status/
https://twitter.com/Elastos_org/status/1248293640822304771?s=19
https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-10-april-2020/
Rong Chen and founding members of Elastos teams took the time to answer your questions in our April AMA. https://news.elastos.org/elastos-founding-team-ama-april-2020/
https://twitter.com/ElastosInfo/status/1252642520841977858?s=19

The Elastos Info Team is looking for a part-time community designer to provide branding and infographic support for social media and marketing materials. If you are interested in contributing or know someone who you believe to be fit for the position, please contact @Mr_Tman

The Elastos ecosystem has grown into a vast assortment of terms to describe the full breadth of the new SmartWeb. The Beginner's Guide breaks down every term for easy learning, refreshing, and sharing. Read the full document here: https://news.elastos.org/elastos-ecosystem-terminology-a-beginners-guide/

ELA Wallet Server Maintenance AnnouncementThe Elastos Blockchain Team will be performing maintenance on the ELA Wallet server on April 25, 2020 from 6:00AM to 8:00AM (UTC).During the maintenance period, data pertaining to DPoS Consensus and the ongoing CR Council election may be unavailable. After the maintenance is complete, any impacted features will return to normal function. As always, we thank the community for its continuing support.April 24, 2020Elastos Blockchain Team

https://twitter.com/ElastosInfo/status/1253710020442816513?s=19
Catch up on all the Elastos news with updates from every team including some great developments from Tuum Technologies in the Bi-Weekly Update. https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-24-april-2020/
https://twitter.com/ElastosInfo/status/1255160721282908160?s=19
The latest version of ELA Wallet - Version 1.4.2.1 - has just been released for Android. Version 1.4.2.1 contains the following upgrades:1. Optimized ID chain synchronization speed;2. Fix for CR Council election deposit retrieval.Notes:-For all CRC participants, it is strongly recommended to create a DID, and to add an avatar, personal profile, and other relevant information to provide further validity to your candidacy. To publish personal, election-related information, use the "Update DID Information" button.-For registered CRC participants, please bind the DID via the "Update DID Information" button or "Update Registration Information" button once you have created your DID. Otherwise, you will remain in "inactive", rendering you unable to be elected as a CR Council member.-As always, it is recommended to back up your wallet prior to upgrading to Version 1.4.2.1.Download link for ELA Wallet Version 1.4.2.1 on Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.elastos.unionsquare.androidElastos Blockchain TeamApril 28, 2020

Update Instructions for Elephant Wallet version V1.99Elephant Wallet Version V1.99 is now available for download on iOS and android. Version V1.99 contains several new upgrades, its most prominent addition are the addition of APIs to support for CRC voting, and the addition of Ethereum Sidechain token!Please update your Elephant Wallet promptly. As always, the Elephant Wallet team welcomes all questions and user feedback.In version 1.99, we enhanced Elephant Wallet with the following upgrades:1. Added Ethereum Sidechain token (ELA/ETHSC);2. Addition of CRC voting API;3. Support for opening mini-programs from inside other mini-programs;4. Support for installation of mini-programs via sharing links;5. Adjustment for built-in mini-programs;6. Addition of automatic removal of offline Supernodes during DPoS voting processes;7. Modifications to page details and general bug fixes.Thank you for your support as we continue to optimize Elephant Wallet.Elaphant TeamApril 30, 2020

The latest version of ELA Wallet - Version 1.4.2 - has just been released for iOS. Version 1.4.2 contains the following upgrades:1. Added DID creation function, which can be used to add personal information;2. Enabled CRCandidates to publish election-related information via their personal credentials;3. Added support for binding a DID with a CR website account such that users can login to their CR accounts via QR code scan;4. Optimized wallet startup speed and ID chain synchronization speed;5. Added "node connection setting", which enables users to manually specify a node address for on-chain data synchronization.Notes:-For all CRC participants, it is strongly recommended to create a DID, and to add an avatar, personal profile, and other relevant information to provide further validity to your candidacy. To publish personal, election-related information, use the "Update DID Information" button.-For registered CRCandidates, please bind the DID via the "Update DID Information" button or "Update Registration Information" button once you have created your DID. Otherwise, you will remain "inactive", rendering you unable to be elected as a CR Council member.-As always, it is recommended to back up your wallet prior to upgrading to Version 1.4.2.Elastos Blockchain TeamApril 30, 2020

developer.elastos.org has been updated with a new UX and design as well as updated documentation and more. Developers can now easily find how to start building on Elastos, get resources like APIs and browse FAQs.

https://twitter.com/ElastosInfo/status/1258072604675538947?s=19

The Elastos.info Supernode is now live. Our node will initially allocate 80% of rewards to voters and the remaining 20% to help the team maintain the upcoming website and fund social media initiatives. Vote for us today and help Elastos.info grow.

The Elastos sponsored New York Blockchain Week Virtual Hackathon is live, the Hive demo is released and lots of news in the Bi-Weekly Update. https://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-08-may-2020/
Elastos.info is officially running for CR Council! Our plan is to represent the western community’s interests by supporting strong proposals related to marketing, exchange listings, and other important initiatives. Read our mission statement: https://www.reddit.com/r/Elastos/comments/gm9bgp/elastosinfo_crc_mission_statement/*Talha Idris, lead of Elastos.info, will be sole decision maker when voting on CR Council. TI is running under the Elastos.info name for brand awareness and while he may take input from other team members, he will have 100% autonomy in all CR Council matters.
The inaugural CR Council Election will culminate on June 10th at block height 658930. Don’t forget to vote for our first democratically elected CR Council Members! https://news.elastos.org/cr-council-election-and-ela-node-upgrade-announcement/
CR Elections have an end date, Carrier now supports offline friend requests and lots of progress in the Bi-Weekly Updatehttps://news.elastos.org/elastos-bi-weekly-update-22-may-2020/
The Elastos Blockchain (Gelaxy) Team has released an important ELA Node Upgrade and information for CR Council Supernodes as we get closer to the culmination of the CR Council Elections. https://news.elastos.org/ela-node-v-0-5-0-and-crc-supernode-announcement/