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- We published EVM developer documentation updates;
- Improved the Geth compatibility of our Web3 RPC endpoints;
- Improved the CLI tool and client library for interacting with the EVM;
- Designed the initial ERC-20 bridging architecture;
- We were solving the proof verification bug, the solution to which was merged and already deployed to the mainnet. This bug caused around 1% of the users to be unable to finalise their transfers. All the transfers were successfully finalised since then.
- We’ve designed the way how to bridge tokens into Aurora.
- We’ve also been working on fixing the problem with Berlin hardfork (which resulted in 1h outage). We’ve merged the PR for optimising Ethereum-side of the bridge (soon to be deployed to the mainnet; the enhancement will reduce bridge maintenance costs). We’ve continued our work on eth-connector and also focused on the Aurora release preparations.
- Check out Rust contract development best practices!
- We have reviewed community project called Pool Party, which is similar to Pool Together;
- Rust SDK version 3.1.0 was published, see release notes;
- We now have shared read-only public access to explorer data!
- We performed the sanity check of the total supply being equal to the sum of all the balances.
- Check out indexer troubleshooting guide!
- We are working on a tool that will reproduce Mainnet contract execution locally for better DevX;
- We unified error handling between Wasmer 0.x and Wasmer 1.0;
We are working hard on flakiness of our integration tests and other kinds of flaky behavior.
- Join discussion on global key-value storage!
- We fixed various issues, like this one with storage state;
- Our new routing table mechanism is being extensively manually tested;