Litentry this week: XCM integration; Drop3 reward distribution; Bifrost staking dashboard by Web3Go; weekly community questions answered
- Distributed crowdloan rewards (except Bifrost contributors)
- Prepared for Drop3 reward distribution
- Prepared for the XCM integration
- Discussed and guided Multisig usage for admin management
- Code clean up, as we moved to the litentry-graph, removed the unused hooks and code optimization
- Dependency update for the app
- Arranged interview community to validate persona to understand the community better by providing incentives for their feedback. Anyone interested can reach out to @Stéphanie Osswatte(firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Added New features a better display of empty response, provided calendar teaser on the dashboard.
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- Design System & Front end dev
- Start of various product integrations (Widget/ I frame / extension)
- Creating Launch Video for our new Partnership (Phala)
- Preparing for a hacker bounty testing to increase stability & security
- Teun shared insights in AMA form from SnapfingerDAO:
- Bifrost staking dashboard completed. The staking dashboard gives an overview of all staking positions in the Bifrost system and provides a simulation tool to assess staking rewards in real-time.
- Drop3 reward distribution will happen on Wednesday
- Basic API — Database setup is done. Now building use cases based on wireframes to check the validity
- Building Prototype based on Wireframes to test UX
- Defining what is a “bad user” to test Nebula Graph (anti-fraud). Will require to setup a new Community drop to test this functionality.
Q1: For those who used fearless wallet and not polkadot.js to participate at this crowdloan, when will receive the LIT via fearless?
A: We checked Fearless wallet and found that the wallet itself does not support Litmus right now. So it’s not possible to claim via the wallet so far. Fearless wallet users may need to export their account to either polkadot js app, or the webapp that we’re gonna release in the following weeks.
Q2: Any details about running nodes on litmus?
A: A RPC node is so-called non-collating full node, it can be launched using our provided docker image to connect to our parachain network and acted as the entry point to submit extinsics and inspect chain state. It is NOT in charge of producing blocks (that’s what collators do). See the <Non-collating parachain full nodes> section in official doc. There is no plan for the community to participate in collations on Litmus for now, see our gitbook doc for more details.
Q3: Will native Litentry and Litmus have the same use case as staking, gas, governance etc?
A: Both networks will have the governance, but the gas fee will be pretty low on Litmus, we will only support collators staking on Litentry network, because Litmus is supposed to be simple with mostly the identity-related features.
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.