Here’s what we’ve been working on.

Last week:

Cudos network

  • We resolved the Gravity Bridge issue and the Private Testnet deployment was successful.
  • We created the validators’ guide for hard fork network upgrades
  • We’re adding final touches to the Public Testnet guide.
  • We updated the colours of the Redelegate and Undelegate buttons in the Private Explorer (we’ll soon apply the change to the Public one).
  • We deployed the updated Staking UI version (including the Address Mapping functionality interface) to a testing instance.
  • We completed the IBC module Cosmos relayer test.

DApps

  • The team started working to create cgo bindings for the NFT module.
  • We completed the wireframe designs for the Explorer, and we’ll review them this week.
  • We continued with our research on NFT bridges this week.

Tooling

  • The team has been developing a strategy for upgrading and reworking several existing implementations. We’ll cover this in the next two weeks.

Ethereum to CUDOS migration

  • We completed the designs for the additional screen of the Address Mapping .
  • We implemented additional functionality for connecting already mapped addresses with the UI.

This week:

Cudos network

  • We will continue with the deployment of the Public Testnet, scheduled for Thursday.
  • We will research the update procedure.
  • We will conduct a dry run of the upgrade of a local network.
  • We will verify how IBC is affected by network updates.
  • We will carry out the IBC Production Ready Testing.
  • We will implement the “sendToEth” function for the NFT module.

DApps

  • We will complete the creation of cgo bindings for the NFT module.

Tooling

  • We will be improving the multisig wallet support.
  • We will be adding an account in the Docker Instance.
  • We will be adding a Fresh Instance on Node Restart.

Ethereum to CUDOS migration

  • We will be implementing an additional screen for the Mapped Address (designs are already completed).
  • We will be creating a script for parsing staking contract data.

About Cudos

The Cudos Network is a layer one blockchain and layer two 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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