Rocket.Chat 0.60.0 Released

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WARNING: BREAKING change when upgrading to 0.60.0. Any user running directly from source/compiled code and upgrading from older versions to 0.60.0 must first install Node.js 8.x in their environment. Rocket.Chat 0.60.0 requires Node 8 to run correctly. If you are using Docker or Snaps just ignore this warning. Rocket.Chat Server Release 0.60.0 Available Immediately Today, the Rocket.Chat team is delighted […]

Try Brave Browser-Support Rocket.Chat

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Rocket.Chat is proud to be an official Brave verified publisher. Now you can support Rocket.Chat by using the Brave browser.   Brave restores full web privacy   The Brave browser is a revolutionary new browser, brought to you by the cofounder of Mozilla and inventor of JavaScript – Brendan Eich. Brave leverages blockchain technology to restore […]

Rocket.Chat and Tokenly announce new partnership

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Bringing secure cryptocurrency token access to team chat channels   SAN FRANCISCO, September 22, 2017. – Today, Rocket.Chat and Tokenly announced that they have partnered to bring a new type of communication channel to team chat, called token channels.   Rocket.Chat users can currently communicate through LiveChat, direct messaging, private and public channels, and voice […]

Rocket.Chat wins the All Things Open Startup Competition

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This week Rocket.Chat was at All Things Open (ATO) in Raleigh, North Carolina to show our support for open source and to compete in the second ATO Pitch Competition. All Things Open is the largest open source, open tech, and open web conference on the east coast of the United States. Gabriel put on his best spacesuit […]

New Desktop App Release Available for Windows, Linux and MacOS

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Today we are happy to announce the new release of the Rochet.Chat+ Desktop App, version 2.9.0 for Windows, Linux and MacOs; bringing our users new features and much anticipated fixes. All the new Desktop Apps are available for download immediately.   This new version brings a large number of improvements, from easier deployment for companies […]

Mrinal Dhar : Developing End to End Encryption with Signal Protocol

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This series of blogs brings you a little closer to our active student contributors for the Google Summer of Code 2017 summer season. You will see their ongoing work featured throughout our GitHub repositories . Feel free to drop by and say hello, or start collaborating on any of the projects.   Mrinal Dhar has been an […]