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ReddID v.0.99.15 has been released to public beta testing group. Releasing ReddID v0.99.15 Changelog:## Version 0.99.15 (April 04, 2019)* fix cannot create reddid transaction if balance == reddid cost* fix blank page if user not selected* fix youtube channel names if contain underscores* implement postDataRetry for remaining functions* fix return value with createUser* fix parsing profile json object* load users after wallet import* New Feature (Wallet Setup Tab)* moved the wallet import and creation routines out of the popup and into a separate, browser tab* improved UX enabling enter key as an input * improved grammar

The very short version of where we are is this: During testing, we dtermined that the chain containing ReddID registrations entered a forked state due to a loss of chain consensus. So in the ".tester" domain, we have a live branch, and a branch or fork that is unaccessible to the client. If you registered a ReddID successfully during the testing period, but cannot find it or restore it now, it is because of that fork. No registered names are "lost". Essentially what our next step is, and has been mapped out and being executed presently is to migrate all production fork ReddIDs into the full ".reddid" namespace, extract and import the IDs on the "bad" fork into the same namespace so that all are visible to clients. This is happening as part of our next major release which should be within the next few weeks and will include lots of work done of the look and feel of the extension as well. It is a required step to move from the testing we've been doing to a more public-ready fully enabled domain. We're working through the technical detaisl to complete that work right now, and to integrte all work done to bring us to our 1.0 version soon. Hopefully that explains at least a little bit, and I'll be publishing a more comprehensive Team Reddcoin update as soon as I can find time to write everything up. (And just to be clear above, it is the ReddID registration blockchain that experienced a fork, not Reddcoin/RDD itself. )

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