During the last month, the Cartesi team made continued progress on several of our initiatives. The major developments were:
Cartesi Rollups: Continued implementation of the Cartesi Rollups infrastructure.
- Cartesi Node (Rollups Off-Chain) was released as the final piece of the rollups.
- The team is now working on the first DApp to be deployed on Cartesi Rollups as a demo.
- Released Noether’s Beta Release on testnet. Try it now and help us move it to mainnet for October!
- Improved smart contract design, which makes it easier to audit and less prone to bugs;
- Reduced gas costs in all transactions for both pool operators and pool users;
- More flexibility for commission configuration;
- Replaced the Uniswap V3 price oracle with a Chainlink price oracle for improved reliability;
Several improvements to UI/UX, including:
- New toolbar;
- New dark mode;
- UI for metamask transaction feedback;
- List of pools user is participating in;
- UX improvements to pool staking;
- New metric for pool block production;
- Loading of more blocks per page in blocks page;
- New pool management page.
Texas HODL’em Poker: progress towards the full MVP implementation:
- Starting to port the client app to Electron in order to use native binaries for the heavy-weight cryptography, with dramatic performance improvements.
- Support for the Portis non-custodial wallet, offering a better user experience.
We’re hiring! We’re looking for collaborative team players to join the fast-growing Cartesi team. If you’re passionate about blockchain and have an interest in making blockchain mainstream, make sure to head over to our career openings or send your resume along with an introduction of why you’re interested in the position and Cartesi to our HR e-mail: [email protected].
We highly encourage any developer willing to use or collaborate with Cartesi to contact us on Discord. See you there!