Litentry Weekly Update — Feb 22-Feb 26

3 min readFeb 28, 2021



  • The new Litentry website was launched on February 22th! The new site is written in next.js, using Wix as the underlying structure.
  • Litentry is joining the Substrate Builder Program. The Substrate Builders Program is a program that aims to identify, support and mentor current and potential Substrate-related projects.
  • Litentry submitted Proposal #499 on Kusama, introducing a registrar service that focuses on automatic verifications. The Identity Registrar overcomes cryptographical challenges to further reduce human interventions.


  • Attribute macro for account linker
  • Frame 2.0 event for account linker
  • Frame 2.0 benchmark for runtime call
  • Add council for parachain
  • Add scheduler pallet for parachain
  • Adapt integration test for parachain 3.0
  • Add new ocw implementation to parachain


  • Rococo validator upgrade
  • Set up Polkadot validators and related monitor
  • Add Unittests for Litentry registrar
  • Set up redirect server for our official website
  • Minor fixes of tests and CI

AMA & Meetup

  • Litentry’s first community meetup was held on Litentry Official Telegram.
  • Litentry’s core developer Qiuhai Guo gave an internal speech on the Polkadot Slot Auction.
  • Litentry’s developer John spoke at Polkadot Hackathon Workshop about off-chain worker on February 23.


  • Litentry partners with Paid Network. Pair Network is a Decentralized law (DeLa) powered SMART Agreements project. Paid will work with Litentry to enhance User Authentication and Security through Litentry’s DID Aggregation and Credit Computation technology.
  • REEF Finance launches Litentry Bonds: Stake $REEF and earn $LIT. Reef Bonds is a DeFi initiative where users can stake their REEF for a certain lock-up period and earn lucrative returns. In the near future, there’ll also be bonds where users can stake $LIT to earn $REEF.
  • $LIT listed on Binance TR, a new Binance Exchange product in Turkish.

About Litentry

Litentry is a Decentralized Identity Aggregation protocol across multiple networks, it features a DID indexing mechanism and a Substrate-based credit computation network. The protocol 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 credit/reputation of an identity owner across different blockchains.

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