Earlier this week, UniSat conducted a comprehensive update and optimization of UniSat Inscribe, providing a more stable and reliable foundation for the delivery of subsequent products.
Over the past few months, UniSat Inscribe has experienced the following issues:
- Some users encountered various issues while making payments for inscribing, resulting in orders not processing correctly, necessitating them to contact customer service for refunds.
- In some cases, users initially made insufficient payments, even after adding the necessary funds, orders still couldn’t proceed. Such cases required users to contact customer service for refunds.
- Users accidentally overpaid, with the excess amount distributed evenly among each inscription.
- During bulk inscribing, if the confirmation time for the first batch of 24 inscriptions exceeded 8 hours, the second batch of inscriptions would not automatically proceed. In such cases, users needed to contact customer service for manual activation.
- Due to inconsistencies in the memory pool, payment amounts were not accurately detected, leading to order closures after 1 hour, without recognizing payment status.
We have made significant upgrades to address these issues within our inscribing system, as follows:
- Users can now independently request refunds on the page to resolve payment errors related to inscriptions.
- For cases of insufficient payment, we now support users in adding funds to continue inscribing.
- In cases of overpayment, we strive to refund the excess amount to the order’s receiving address (amounts less than 1000 satoshis will be treated as a fee to expedite the order).
- Payments including inscriptions are now instantly detected and prompt users to choose immediate refunds.
- There is no longer an 8-hour restriction on casting detection during bulk inscribing.
- Now, the system will always perform a payment check as soon as it’s completed. If there is an inconsistency in the memory pool, you’ll need to wait for payment transaction confirmation before proceeding, or within 1 hour, you can choose to refund or continue casting.
In addition to issue resolution, we have introduced several new features:
- We’ve added Segregated Witness and Taproot address support for inscribing, with a minimum setting of 330.
- Now, you can set a unique receiving address for each inscription during inscribing.
- After completing an order, we clearly display the UniSat Points available for each order.
- Following order completion, you can export a list of inscription IDs for more convenient collection management.
- We’ve optimized the display of historical orders, with clearer statuses and points.
- We’ve reopened the MIXPAY payment channel, allowing you to use alternative payment methods from different chains and technologies including Lightning Network.
We have also extended support for developers:
- We’ve introduced a new inscribing API, enabling you to set developer service fees.
- The new OpenAPI documentation is now available online. For detailed information, please refer to http://docs.unisat.io/
Next, with the updated inscribing system, we will start delivering a series of product updates, and sending out inviting inscriptions of the early public version of brc20-swap to our passionate users.
Thanks for your patience. We really appreciate that.
More details will be delivered at the event of the Ord Summit next week. Stay tuned!