Testnet-1 is live. Our intention is to keep this functioning so the community can deploy rholang to this public testnet. Please see RChain public testnet information to learn more about public testnet as well as a FAQ.
Discussing Validator Incentives and Casper for the next few weeks to complete what will be implemented for Mercury and to capture recommendations for different approaches for future releases.
RCHAIN-3250Getting issue details...STATUS and in doing so delivered nice refactoring in the Casper engine. Very pleased to see a ~10 minute reduction in the time required for the test_successful_genesis_ceremony integration test.
Slashing PR in review.
RCHAIN-2381Getting issue details...STATUS
Continuing discussions about ways to resolve
RCHAIN-3218Getting issue details...STATUS.
Moving the propose API to an internal port.
RCHAIN-872Getting issue details...STATUS
PR in review to support generating public/private key pairs via the command line.
RCHAIN-3161Getting issue details...STATUS
PR in review to complete the circuit for big messages
RCHAIN-2792Getting issue details...STATUS
Started work to address a bug that fills up logs when the queue for streaming messages if full.
RCHAIN-3240Getting issue details...STATUS
Work in progress to bridge cost accounting, wallets, and the proof of stake contract.
RCHAIN-3135Getting issue details...STATUS
Work started to lay groundwork for the implementation of the multisig wallet with the revision of the Draft multisig vault design following last week's retreat and implementation of an on-chain identity token.
RCHAIN-3405Getting issue details...STATUS
Several bug investigations this sprint related to cost accounting and string interpolation.
Work in progress to test the renovated RSpace in development test suite and performance test harness. If this goes well, the next step will be to run the new RSpace in the dev testnet for at least 48 hours, and if that goes well we will release to the public testnet.
RSpace team leading the effort to investigate Rholang bloat in the tuplespace. Outcomes of last week's dev retreat included:
Deeper analysis of what's happening in the tuplespace during the execution of a token transfer. Completed this for the current RSpace and started in the renovated RSpace.
Introduce an encoder/decoder for Rholang
Continue investigation in the performance of the AST in the Rholang interpreter
Improvements to the performance test harness including deployment of InfluxDB instead of Prometheus and revision to the automation to trigger the harness on all commits to the project
In addition to Whiteblock, work in progress to implement additional infrastructure to support the hardening effort. This sprint includes
RCHAIN-3381Getting issue details...STATUS
We are making a change to the REVAddress based on decisions made during the dev retreat
REVAddress will be based on secp256k1 instead of ed25519.
The REV Address format will be based on an algorithm that shares the first few steps with Ethereum, allowing people to use the private key associated with their Ethereum address to claim REV after the issuance of REV based on RHOC at the launch of mainnet.