Web Platform Updates
Completed support for all on-chain workflows. This feature now supports the ability to initiate on-chain withdrawals through the platform for permissioned users, and to view or generate new on-chain deposit addresses.
Surfaced initiator field in transaction details.
Removed unwanted autocomplete flows from the platform.
Cleaned up transactions table UI.
Improved the password reset flow.
Enabled autofocus on user inputs.
Added on-chain volume to the transaction volume chart.
Added LNURL details to transaction details for LNURL-pay withdrawals.
New Feature Work
Added the ability to embed custom description hashes in invoices.
Backend work to prep for a new feature supporting deposits to lightning addresses via LNURL-Pay.
Backend work to prep for a new feature supporting withdrawals with LNURL vouchers via LNURL-Withdrawal.
Fixes & Improvements
Improved error handling for
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Added tracking for the initiator of an event.
Transitioned API docs to a new vendor for improved usability and readability.
Transactions details panel now automatically closes when a user paginates through transaction history.
Verbiage was standardized across web platform pages.
Minor UI cleanup and fixes.
The login form added navigation to contact sales & support.
On-chain withdrawals can now be initiated via the API. This functionality supports specifying fee tiers so clients can decide between speed and cost savings, while River assesses the necessary fee for each urgency level. Additionally, the withdrawals can set nominal fee limits to avoid excessively expensive withdrawals during mempool congestion. This endpoint is also supported by the estimate_fee endpoint.
Added preimage as a response field for relevant withdrawal objects.
Removed the requirement for users to indicate the network of their withdrawals. Instead, it is now auto-detected based on the destination format, simplifying API calls.
Destination_typeis now returned in withdrawal responses.
Content-Type: application/json; charset=UTF-8header to webhook requests.
We’ve created a completely new feel for the River Lightning Web experience. River introduced a new blue-centric color scheme, and refreshed the UI to feel more lively. This update makes it easier to find key information, by displaying key statistics on the overview page, and adding new search capabilities to transactions.
The update introduces new navigation options and moves to a left-hand navigation. Common workflows, such as functionality for user management and logging out became more accessible. The update also adds payment preimage data to withdrawals in the dashboard to help operational team members quickly diagnose payment status and give updates.