Litentry this week: Governance app & blockchain and IP

  • User-friendly, neat UI/ UX interface to encourage user engagement
  • Supporting all networks in the Polkadot ecosystem, including Kusama and Polkadot
  • Push Notification to let users stay updated on the latest activities of on-chain governance
  • Enabling Multiple cross-chain IDs adding to make account management more convenient
  • Listing council member’s identity information to allow voters to make informed decisions
Screenshot of the governance app demo. Users can receive notification of new treasury proposal.
Notification feature structure

🎙 Internal IP panel: why licensing rate for blockchain is abnormally low in China?

Distribution of patent applications in the blockchain field
  1. The object of patent protection is not satisfied. For example, abstract algorithms that are not combined with application scenarios cannot be patented;
  2. The “unnormal patent application”. This refers to malicious patent filing behavior that is not intended to protect innovation, such as intentionally mentioning blockchain in non-blockchain-related patent filing documents;
  3. Lack of awareness of patent protection for open source products. Open source and patent rights can co-exist. Open source licenses grant permission for anybody to use, modify, and share licensed software for any purpose, subject to conditions preserving the provenance and openness of the software. There are a large number of licenses that have been identified as Open Source, including GNU AGPLv3, GNU GPLv3, GNU LGPLv3, Mozilla Public License 2.0, and each lies differently in the spectrum of being protective to unconditional and has its own quirks. One of the most frequently referenced Open Source License is the Gnu Public License (GPL).
  1. License the patent to others to produce a revenue stream
  2. Assert patent rights against redistributors who do not conform to the GPL license terms (for example, by failing to redistribute under the GPL)
  3. Use patent rights as an offensive or defensive weapon against infringers who are not using the GPL’d software. For example, the author can use GPL rights against a competitor who sells a competing product that incorporates the invention that is not a derivative work of the author’s original code.
  4. Distribute a non-GPL’d version of the software

Testnet: SubstraTEE pallet development and AccountLinker integration

  • Added benchmark for AccountLinker pallet
  • Added benchmark for NFT pallet
  • Updated pallet dependencies to v0.9.8
  • Fixed all compilation issues for SubstraTEE
  • Finalized a general architecture of SubsraTEE integration
  • Developed SubstraTEE pallet
  • Integrated SubstraTEE with account linker

Misc: Token migration end-end test

  • Token migration end-end test
  • Fixed twitter-linker bugs
  • Deployed Push notification
  • Fixed relaychain & parachain running issues
  • Supported NFT front-end development
  • Created Treasury widget in Dashboard

👨‍👩‍👧‍👧 Litentry & Friends Ep3 with Integritee: DID & privacy, trusted environment

🌉 Hack Polkadot & Substrate Seminar

Our team attending Hack-Polkadot in Hangzhou
John speaking at Substrate Seminar about NFT

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