Here you can find all our news and updates that have taken place over the past few days. Please note that due to the development routine, a two-week sprint, we will start to issue News Digests twice a month,and this Digest will be the last in this year.
Please find here the latest session of Q&A, which was published on December 18th. Please feel free to send questions over to us via social media or TG chat. Due to the number of questions received, we are changing monthly AMAs to twice a month sessions, with the next one being released on December 28th.
Node Reward Program
is renewed from November 2021, with remuneration being distributed in December. Please find details of November rewards here.
Team continues working on the tasks for developing an executor and integrating EVM to the node.
Among other news: we identified and fixed a bug in processing the large size states of smart contracts operation. These are usually smart contracts containing lists, hash-maps and dictionaries.
Currently, we are monitoring the code with these fixes on the TestNet to determine bugs that could potentially appear after the 100kB limit is lifted.
Credits walletThe Credist wallet development is in full speed! What we have managed in the last sprint:
In the test environment: we received updated Credits wallet mobile application with new design and some added functionalities, which now will be tested. Updated features include replenishment of the Client's accounts in Credits via bank transfer (SEPA).
The functionality which is currently being tested should become available in the Production environment at the end of January. As soon as the tests are finished and fixes set we will pass this Credits Wallet version to the Production.
In the next sprint we will continue to set up the production environment, finalizing the last things there. This pool of tasks is aimed at ensuring stability and safety of work. As stated above, Credits Wallet will most probably become available for external tests at the end of January 2022, and we will announce the start of tests separately.