I just saw that there is a new release of bifrost. Without checking deep into the code I want to ask two questions here first of which I think more people are interested in the answers:
So my questions:
Each session creates a listener. Within bifrost a stellar keypair is created and a ETH/BTC public key is given. Lets assume we refresh the browser, we will get new keypairs and public addresses. If we move the JS implementation to a node server, we keep the listener until a transaction is completed. But we still have the problem that if the node crashes, we cannot recreate the listener (listen to the same ETH/BTC address as before the crash).
1) Can we do this in any way? I haven't found a way yet.
2) Is there a possibility to not create stellar keypairs on every transaction but to provide a fixed keypair while setting up the listener? That could be optional (if param not set create new keypair, else take param keypair)