Litentry this week: Litmus Balance Transfer & Identity Management Pallet
Identity Hub Phase 1 is expected to be ready for testing (Fron-end migration is closing, and Back-end migration is 90% finished). Phase 2: Identity Quest development started last week, Quest Creation will be completed and the product documentation for the Identity Linking Parachain version is ready to be reviewed. Parachain Identity Linking Product Requirement discussion to define architecture & schema’s:
- Create Identity Management Pallet (IMP)
- Create a Link Credential extrinsic
- Create a Verify Credential extrinsic
- Create VC Generated extrinsic
The bi-directional token bridge and balance transfer #Litmus parachain have been enabled, it’s an important step toward community governance. In two weeks, sudo permission on #Litmus will be removed, after which all on-chain changes on #Litmus will have to go through and be stewarded by community governance. The next stage is the roll-out of the Staking pallet is going to be done step-by-step.
The main focus is still on the Identity Management Solution. We have defined a development timeline and assigned tasks. Currently focusing on the following:
- Shielding Key (securing communication from the F/E to the TEE Enclave)
- Public verification for Discord and Twitter Web2 platforms
- Ruleset — Link and verify a Web2.0 and Web3.0 accounts which will generate a Verifiable Credential (VC)
Graph & Votewise:
Deployment of balances tips and identities in the new substrate graph. The team are working to finish all the pallets deployments missing — Crowdloans and Governance. Add prefix to graph proxy to support queries on the squids that might clash with the naming. Governance app rebranded to “Votewise”, the team will start to migrate the app to the new repository, infrastructure, and services.
Events and others:
Litentry team will attend Token2049 in Singapore on 27–28 September and Binance Blockchain Week in Paris on 14–16 September.
We are hiring:
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.