Litentry this week: mobile app under internal testing, fee display on crowdloan app, Web3Go APIs, community Light Rangers
- Added automated release change note
- Added cargo clippy check and integrated into ci
- Preliminary token distribution script is ready
- Merged TEE upstream code change, implemented the trusted query for linked Ethereum address
- Decided to use react-native-paper to redesign the app with material design
- Started work with the new app design
- Released the app internally with automation in bitrise
- Fix minor UI glitches
- Started initial work with indexer
- Added production bug reporting into the app with Sentry
- Started with adding auction screen in the app
Crowdloan Web App
- Fees are now displayed while contributing
- Users will be warned if the remaining balance after the contributions is below the Existencial Deposit
- Minor UI tweaks
My Crypto Profile
- Extract My Crypto Profile frontend application into a new repository
- Merge MCP frontend and backend apps in the same repo, using Nx
- Tested and helped deploying BSC integration
- Provided three APIs/Services to Litentry internally last week; crowdloan list to Parachain Team; number of contributors of Litentry to PNS; and crowdloan information to Drop3.
- Support SS58 address format everywhere in crowdloan, bug/fix
- Started with UI design of adaption for mobile, 3 pages finished
- Start token analysis for MOVR, kUSD
- Shout out to our Community Light Rangers — @Sky0x4, @Mat46530993, @Kiwi_Kyle. They’ll be entitled to a special badge on Discord and Telegram and receive identity bonuses in the Litentry ecosystem. The Light Rangers list has a rolling admission and will offer to those who are most active and helpful to the Litentry community, so everyone who attempt to contribute will be able to participate.
- PolkaWorld, a diligent social media channel on WeChat, has published an article on Litentry Crowdloan and our reward mechanism. You can read the article in 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.