We just discovered that we may have lost the signing key allowing us to update the appNote: key isn't compromised, just was accidentally deleted and isn't recoverable — ACINQ (@acinq_co) April 7, 2018
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This effectively prevents us to patch the app in case of bugs, and we already have suspicion of a bug related to unilateral closing, that we wouldn't be able to fix if it is confirmed— ACINQ (@acinq_co) April 7, 2018
So, over the span of only four days, Eclair was added to Google Play and then subsequently removed. Like I said, that was fast (you could even say it was lightning fast). ACINQ believes a bug compromised the Eclair application, and because they have lost the signing key, the company is unable to resolve the issue. What now? ACINQ has said that it is working on a new version of the Lightning Network-enabled Bitcoin wallet and will release Eclair 2.0 as soon as they can, republishing it on Google Play. >> NEO, VeChain (VEN), and Verge (VRX): coin updates Featured image: Hackernoon
PSA: We have disabled the mainnet Eclair Wallet Android app from Google Play and removed the apk link from our github page.— ACINQ (@acinq_co) April 7, 2018