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example of where the term "Pending" is used:
the problem with "pending" is that it commonly refers to the network, so a lot of people unfamiliar with how receiving works in Nano will assume that the transaction didn't go through and ask something like "why is my transaction still pending after 6 hours??"
now if we would use the term... preferably not the negative term "unclaimed" but specifically "claimable" – it would be clear to the user that "hey, the transaction appears as claimable so i can claim it. how would i do that? by opening the wallet? great, thank you!"
it's much shorter than my previous "awaiting user receive" suggestion, but just as indicative of what has to be done, and there's no possible confusion that it refers to the network (this is important).
how it would look if it was replaced with "Claimable":
please note that the primary goal here is to replace the term "pending" as it is misleading, however as this discussion usually results in choosing term for every possible state of a transaction, here are my suggestions based on feedback from the Nano Discord community:
from the standpoint of sender: Sent -> Delivered -> Claimed
from the standpoint of receiver: Pending -> Claimable -> Claimed
Delivered/Claimable is when the transaction has been fully confirmed (another term) by the network.
Claimed is when the recipient has opened their wallet and claimed the incoming transaction (usually done by the wallet automatically), after which the funds have been added to the available/confirmed balance, which is used as voting weight
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A work in progress and not available yet apparently but it's coming according to this tweet.
I wonder if "keep your money off exchanges" will apply here or if it's considered to be a valid Nano wallet.
Check it out for yourself: https://imgur.com/a/ajqRC99
This is a good example of how Nano's Open Representative Voting consensus mechanism leads to more decentralization over time.
Nano users (not miners) have direct control over the network's level of decentralization, and they can remotely re-delegate their voting weight to anyone at any time.
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