We’re closing the primary quarter of 2019 with a roadmap replace. So right here’s what’s new:
For the decentralized change (DEX), we’ve marked PoC DEX Section 1 as accomplished. We proceed to doc its efficiency and are testing the viability of the DEX. This stage of the engineering course of contains the plugging in of the proof-of-concept (PoC) into Ari, testing the efficiency of the DEX and Ari; and performing take a look at measurements. With take a look at measurements, we’re measuring the DEX’s efficiency by observing and documenting its capability and variety of trades doable, and its traits which embrace the time it takes to position an order and settle a commerce.
For our upcoming duties, we’ve added a give attention to Restricted Custody Proof of Design, which seems into completely different design choices that can be utilized to make sure that the funds held within the DEX are secure.
We’ve made progress on the event of the OMG Community with the completion of our Alpha launch (Ari). The Beta launch continues to be in progress, this cycle focuses on stability and upgradeability. New options being labored on embrace help for ERC-712 and visibility of funds which might be in progress. PoS Design Section 1 is ongoing, and contains the reviewing of Honte PoS design, assessing different PoS mechanisms and assessing PoS variations. The give attention to this has been eased to make approach for different options that can generate higher community visitors earlier than absolutely implementing PoS.
PoS Section 2 which entails the ultimate choice and definition of PoS is upcoming. Tesuji Plasma Mainnet, Hybrid PoS and Full PoS are on the pipeline. This stuff might not comply with a chronological order of development as they could be labored upon in tandem.
Growth of the eWallet Suite has progressed with the completion of a number of iterations of eWallet 1.0–1.1. Model 1.2 is in growth as of March 2019. This will probably be adopted by eWallet 2.Zero with Ethereum integration.
***Initially revealed on the OmiseGO March 2019 E-newsletter ***