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

Last week

Cudos Network

  • We updated the Faucet error message to show how long until the user can claim again.
  • We assessed how we handle the maximum number of validators.   
  • We updated the hardware documentation for Seed Nodes. 
  • We fixed bugs related to ‘NaN’ transactions and issues with delegating non-integer amounts of CUDOS in the explorer.
  • We did some gas and immediate slashing research.
  • We created further dev docs and GitHub releases. 
  • We continued reviewing our internal and external documentation. 



  • We did CLI improvements on the Local node setup and Test commands.
  • We introduced smarter key management for the tooling.
  • We continued working on the network typology json.  


UX/UI Design

  • We conducted a UX design overview of our Explorer.
  • We reviewed our Gravity Bridge UI wireframes.

Focus of the current sprint

Since last week we’re using the Scrum framework and will now be reporting progress based on sprint completion. 

Tasks and activities:

  • We’re doing Cudos CLI Improvements to:
    • Init command
    • Compile command
    • Local node setup commands
    • Test command
    • Deploy contract
  • We’re publishing scripts and documentation instructing external developers how to construct a new Cudos test network with multiple Validators, including:
    • Docker StartUp script 
    • Devcontainer 
    • Nested dockers permissions
    • Network topology json
  • We’re creating Dev docs and GitHub releases:
  • We’re working on document tooling and CLI. 
  • We’re doing Cudos CLI tests. 
  • We’re reworking the Cudo-CLI to use the Testing Framework.
  • We’re working on our testing framework and Smarter key management. 
  • We’re doing a Cosmos SDK State Sync. 
  • We’re researching Immediate Slashing relating to Gravity orchestrators. 
  • We’re working on the Gravity Bridge UI Wireframes and Network Name Fix, 
  • We’re fixing the broken link in the Stake button in Keplr. 
  • We’re making the validator logo’s visible on the Block Explorer validator page.

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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