Litentry this week: new documentation site, ambassador program, first runtime upgrade on Litmus, migrate mobile app to Litentry-graph
- Improved parachain gitbook
- Carried out the first-ever runtime upgrade on Litmus successfully
- Refactored tokenBridge implementation to use
mintinstead of plain balance transfer
- Deployed an archive node of Litmus for subscan
- discussed and devised a plan for the standardisation of future runtime upgrade procedure
- Migration of the app to Litentry-graph, we have almost migrated 80% of the application
- Sponsor for JSI Crypto library for react native
- Working on the product strategy: a series of workshops and user research will be conducted to gradually come up with a long-term product roadmap. The next step will be to have a better understanding of our target audience, create personas, and identify their pain points and incentives
My Crypto Profile
- 14 new profile subjects registered to credential repo
- IPFS file generation speed improvement
- UX improvement for adding identity & 3rd party access tracking
- User validation interview with business partners is ongoing
Four overviews are developed and added:
- Moonriver Account Overview
- Moonriver Transaction Overview
- Polkadot Account Overview
- Polkadot Transaction Overview
- Started implementation of Drop3Bot. Will complete it this week and start building the API Service
- Continue design of WebApp’s UI. Aiming to start internal User testing (this week or next)
- Blocked Pallet Milestone-2 Implementation
- We have revised and launched our new documentation site. The Litentry documentation now provides encompassing information on the Litentry/Litmus parachain and our latest product lines. It will be updated on a regular basis.
- We launched a new ambassador program this week. Apply here.
- Litentry will be attending NFT Berlin in May, 2022. We look forward to collaborating with new projects and giving the Litentry NFT pallet more promising use cases.
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.