Here’s what we’ve been working on.
- We enabled the Fast Sync option for the Validator setup.
- We updated the Gravity Bridge Slashing documentation and will be added to the official Cudos documentation.
Were conducting two significant pieces of research:
- Monitoring of validator nodes – our goal here is to increase the visibility of the validator’s performance to identify if a specific validator is dropping off and needs assistance.
- Cudos Explorer architecture – we’re researching the current architecture and the feasibility of parting with Big Dipper and/or creating our own Explorer.
- We continued increasing our test coverage.
- We made Cudo-CLI improvements for using the testing framework.
- We prepared an outline of the Cudos framework architecture.
- We progressed on the native NFT minting and transfer.
- We worked on adding functionality for “Approve” and “ApproveAll” commands for NFT transfers.
- We worked on the Internal Data structure and loader.
We also fixed bugs with the following functions and features:
- “Delegate transaction” proof link
- “Stake” button in Keplr
- We’re completing additional tests of the Fast Sync.
- We’re adding Gravity Bridge Slashing policy docs to the official Cudos documentation.
- We’re reviewing the outcome of both pieces of research and organising our next steps.
- We’re extending the configuration to accommodate more networks.
- We’re reviewing and adding follow up implementations as required based on the architecture.
- We’re finalising the scripts “Implement connection” and “Implement deployment”.
The Cudos Network is a layer 1 blockchain and layer 2 computation and oracle network designed to ensure decentralised, permissionless access to high-performance computing at scale and enable scaling of computing resources to 100,000’s of nodes. Once bridged onto Ethereum, Algorand, Polkadot, and Cosmos, Cudos will enable scalable compute and Layer 2 Oracles on all of the bridged blockchains.
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