Today we added a feature to the data server that allows you to send some (or all) of your credits to any another user. Here’s how it works.
Getting a user’s wallet ID
First - you’ll need to know the ID of the wallet you want to send credits to. You can exchange these however you’d like. I’d recommend you also add it to the ‘About me’ section of your profile on the forum. By doing so you’ll allow all other forum users to quickly grab your wallet ID if they want to send some credits your way. If you click on my username in the left column you should get an info window popup that displays my ‘About me’ information. My High Fidelity wallet ID is in the second line.
So, if you wanted to send me a few credits (or a fraction of a single credit), the wallet ID you would use is ‘3e864d48-6f3f-4012-9620-fa4d34cbdda7’.
Getting your wallet ID
Start at your profile page on the data server by logging in with your High Fidelity account. The first thing you should see after you log in is your own wallet information - ID and credit balance. This ID is what you will give to other users so they can send you credits.
Click on the ‘Send credits’ button below your wallet information. This will bring you to the new transaction page. On this page you will enter the destination wallet ID and the credit amount you want to send.
Click the button and confirm the transaction by double checking the wallet ID and amount in the confirmation dialog.
Upon clicking ‘Confirm’ the credits will be immediately sent to the other wallet (assuming you have a valid destination wallet ID and a high enough credit balance in your wallet). You will be re-directed back to the profile page where you can see that your balance has been debited.
There is also a transaction table on the profile page where you will see the new transaction highlighted.
Find some reasons to send credits to each other and test it out! Feel free to add your feedback and bug reports below this post.