Litentry this week: finalized implementation of Staking Pallet and bi-directional token bridge
This week the team has finalized the implementation of two major functionalities: Staking Pallet and bi-directional token bridge. The local tests are looking good so far, but we’d need more tests on the public testnet (Rococo) before these two functions go live. Besides, we also continue working on the communication framework extension between Identity-management pallets.
We started the front-end design of the first version of Identity Hub, which will merge the existing features of MCP into this product. Drop3 will also be merged into Identity Hub, so the redesigning of the interface will start subsequently.
Besides that, we’ve been working on enabling Web2-ID to DID route, which allows an identifier to map a, for ex, Twitter ID. There is a lot of discussion on how to bring airdrop value to those DID, and how to verify these IDs as well.
- The Litmus Governance platform was officially launched. LIT community can now administrate & make decisions over the development of Litmus Network using on-chain and off-chain governance. Participate in on-chain governance or take it lightly off-chain.
- We shared some upcoming plans and thoughts on how to make identity private but tangible with NodeReal last week. You can listen to the recording here.
Litentry is a Decentralized Identity Aggregator that enables linking user identities across multiple networks. Featuring a DID indexing protocol and a Substrate-built distributed DID validation blockchain, Litentry provides a decentralized, interoperable identity aggregation service that mitigates the difficulty of resolving agnostic DID mechanisms. Litentry provides a secure vehicle through which users manage their identities and dApps obtain real-time DID data of an identity owner across different blockchains.