Here’s what we’ve been working on:
- Completed the ‘init’ script for the Mainnet deploy dress rehearsal. More specifically:
- We are also actively working on structuring the documentation that goes along with the script.
- We’re doing initial testing of the scripts and the processes involved.
- The team is working on the gCloud structure for the Mainnet dress rehearsal.
- We have added a ‘pre-flight warning’ to users of the Gravity Bridge UI. We’re is still reviewing this and will soon merge it for testing.
- We have implemented changes on the minimum amount for a Gravity Bridge transfer, but additional testing will be done before the changes are published.
- We continued with reviews and testing of the implementations from the previous week.
- We completed the Cudos Blast documentation, but it’s still being reviewed before being published.
- We rebuilt the docker image for the Cudos Blast as it was outdated.
- We started working on the ‘blast test’ command. There are additional reviews required before completion.
- We are introducing changes to the Rust optimiser for compilation. Currently, it’s an optional parameter, and we are moving it in the config file.
- The team is working on exporting the “getSigners” function.
- We exposed the MultiSig functionality from the cudos.js
- We connected the Frontend and Backend to allow sending and receiving requests.
- We continued with the implementation of the infrastructure of the wallet:
- “Create transaction” is completed.
- Retrieving an already created MultiSig is completed.
- We implemented functionality and UI showing all “pending” and “waiting for signature” transactions.
- We created a separate database for the transaction history, pending transactions and multisig retrieval.
- Error handling and input validation is now implemented.
- We fixed some bugs:
- Explorer was showing the same transaction multiple times, which is now fixed.
- Governance proposals throwing an error is also fixed and in code review currently.
- We are working on a deployment guide for Explorer-v2.
- The team applied changes to the faucet page, making it configurable as we will not need a faucet page for Mainnet.
- We added an error message when using a wrong address type in the Faucet.
- We updated the message on the paused staking.
- We paused the withdrawals available in Cudos wallet during the staking contract.
- We continue testing and updating the scripts for mainnet dress rehearsal deployment.
- We prepare the Mainnet explorers, wallets and network monitoring services for production
- We’re prepping to set up a CUDOS/ATOM pool in Osmosis for Mainnet
- We’re playing the Gravity Bridge UI in a public Cudos URL.
- We’re completing and finalising all code reviews.
- We’re completing all started tasks mentioned above.
- We work on allowing developers to implement additional plugins for the Cudos Blast.
- We’re preparing for the first NPM release / First official Cudos Blast release (v1.0)
- We’re finalising the wallet infrastructure focusing on “Execute” and “Reject” signed transactions.
- We’re working on the main interface of a created wallet, focusing on the following:
- “Received transaction”
- “Sent transaction”
- “Queued transactions“
- We aim to complete all tasks in progress and all code reviews.
- We’re removing ANSII chars from Explorer-v2 logs.
- We’re researching exponent configurations.
- We’re adding a static page for the mainnet explorer.
- We’re deploying Block Explorer-v1 in production for Mainnet.
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