Mobile app, QIPs, and More!
31st July 2018
TLDR — Mobile app technical side complete, the QIP process, In the Media Section, and a P2P exchange network listing commit.
Last week we spoke about Ledger progress, mobile (web) improvements, API documentation, our new post-quantum notarisation feature, and a brief update on smart contracts!
This week, we’re now past 55,000 blocks, with a different set of updates.
The technical side of the mobile phone application is complete, which means it’s building out the aesthetic designs (shown below) made by Luke Hahn, our design lead.
As an overview, some of the components which are built and working on mobile are:
qrllib (QRL Core Library)
shasha (to support additional sha2 hash function)
Great work Adem Bilican!
QRL Improvement Proposals (QIPs)
With our main network launched it’s critical to maintain a stable and secure system for any integration’s that would effect things at the network level, or are otherwise significant in nature.
Soon to be released will be our first QIP for smart contracts with forth-like scripting. From this, anybody will be able to use it as an example and initiate their own QRL Improvement Proposal (QIP) process.
Website addition — In the media
Our new In the media tracks mentions as well as quantum-news and advancements. You can check it out on the website now at theqrl.org/media. Expect more updates to the site as we have a lot planned for it beyond the In the Media section.
Bisq.network — P2P Exchange Network
While we are working with exchanges to list our main network coin, we have made a commit to be listed on the bisq.network to help facilitate person to person trades. Bisq works a little different than other exchanges, and we have a video below, from Bisq, that explains it a bit. You can also check out their FAQ.
31st July 2018