Litentry this week: launched Litmus; Drop3 public testing; MCP API resolver design; Web3Go’s NFT time machine

4 min readJan 24, 2022


  • [Parachain] Add Kusama(litmus) runtime and chain spec support
  • [Parachain] Complete the litmus launch checklist and deliver the wasm
  • [Parachain] Investigation/Documentation of runtime upgrade of parachain staking
  • [TEE] Pallet for credit score report
  • [TEE] HTTPs client daemon implementation in enclave

Mobile App

  • Bug fixes
  • Setup libraries and configurations to start adding automated tests progressively
  • Worked on our CI/CD infrastructure, we moved away from Bitrise and now we are using GitHub actions to build and deploy our apps to the stores
  • Dependency upgrades
  • Ddded more data to the api proxy


  • Launched Drop3 for public testing
  • Now, Drop3 has about 2k users who had Polkadot wallets connected and also were verified by Captcha service among a total of 5k members. These users have 4600 LIT as their task rewards. On average, each verified user has 2 LIT as a reward, actually, the most one of them has 88 LIT
  • Last Tuesday, Drop3’s Captcha was cracked, the service was partly closed for about 12 hours. Updated the service & chat flow, then brought all services back online
  • Working on the integration with Drop3 pallet. So in the next version, LIT Staking is a must

My Crypto Profile

  • Sync with Phala team about product design and development progress
  • Designed basic concept of API resolver
  • Finish deployment for relative indexing graphs in this version on ETH, BSC, and Khala
  • Preparing launch plan for MCP DIDaaS mvp beta test


Litmus Crowdloan dashboard
  • Add Time Machine to NFT Garden— a new feature to track NFT data of a specific owner or an NFT collection given any time period:
NFT Garden — Time Machine
  • Hao from Web3Go spoke about “Innovations on Substrate” at the Substrate 2021 Year-End Review hosted by Parity and OneBlock:

Kusama Crowdloan

  • Launched the Litmus Crowdloan platform, user can now contribute KSM through the Litmus webapp:
  • Over a span of 3 days, Litmus has raised 2,540.00 KSM from 155 contributors, ranking 4th in the Kusama auctions #21–25.
  • Announced the Litmus reward schema: for each KSM, contributors get 30 LIT plus referrals and BNC partner bonus.
  • On the Polkadot parachain auctions side, DeFi Eagle made a reward comparison table showing the rewards provided by Litentry in parallel with those by other projects:

About Litentry

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.

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