Here’s what we’ve been working on over the last 2 weeks.

Last week

Cudos Network

  • We upgraded our testnet, including work with automated batches and updating and uploading guides and documentation.
  • We updated and reviewed the Validators security best practices documentation based on initial feedback from Project Artemis
  • We documented the basic network configuration fully. 
  • We created draft designs for the Mapping UI for new Cudos Account linking. 

Tooling

  • We added CLI improvements for Init and Compile commands to the deployment pipeline. 
  • We eased the development environment using devcontainer. 

DApps

  • We progressed with the NFT Minting module, making it CW721 compatible and removing breaking test utilities.

This week

Cudos Network

  • We’re fixing bugs, including:
    • investigation of the NaN transaction on Cudos Block Explorer
    • delegating non-integer amounts of CUDOS in the explorer 
    • any other issues that may come from our public testnet 
  • We’re describing and deciding the basic network configurations focusing this iteration on gas.
  • We’re researching immediate slashing mechanisms.
  • We’re ascertaining the hardware requirements for a Seed Node.
  • We’re deploying several completed tasks, including:
    • update the Faucet error message 
    • investigate NaN transactions
    • delegating non-integer amounts of CUDOS in the explorer
  • We’re also doing design research and exploring potential Cudos Explorer improvements.

Tooling

  • We’re working on nested dockers permissions. 
  • We’re working on the network topology JSON.
  • We’re working on local node setup commands.
  • We’re developing smarter key management for the tooling.
  • We’re working on our testing framework. 

DApps

  • We’re finalising the NFT Minting module.

About Cudos

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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