But assuming you have staked 1750 PRV to your node and get slashed for what ever reason this would mean your node isn’t fully staked anymore and not eligible to be chosen for committee until you fill it up again, right? So maybe a better slashing mechanism would be to exclude the node for some epochs from being chose as validator instead of burning the PRV?
These kind of scenarios are completely dependent on each protocols set parameters.
The Roadmap looks great so far.
Just one question from my side: I see a lot of wallets/exchanges offer prepaid visa cards with some amount of cashback in the native crypto. Is something similar also planned for PRV? It would be a great way to connect to the real word and make it easier to also spend the funds again. - or is it not possible due to the PRV’s anonymity?
Thanks for your response - I was not aware of that possibility. But that was not what I had in mind. I meant like a “physical” visa card - like Binance (https://www.binance.com/en/cards) or Crypto.com (https://crypto.com/en/cards.html) offers (not trying to advertise for them here - just curious about what can be expected in the future.
Oh I misunderstood, my bad .
But it is really a nice idea that hopefully can be implemented .
We haven’t planned for this year to create an Incognito debit card, but the easiest way to bring pUSDT, pBTC, pETH, PRV to a debit card integration is to partner with already existed solutions like Crypto. That something we can do without switching development focus.
I agree with you andrey. I would much rather your focus be on what’s on the roadmap…and sooner rather than later a parternship where we can be utilized for payments is all but certain…
Hi, I can’t find the web-browser-based pDEX in the roadmap, is it still in plans? Thanks.
Hey @andrey, is there any place I can find technical documents for the things inside Incognito? I looked around the White-paper but it seems to be an introductory document. Not sure how things really work inside Incognito.
Actually, not much help with the links. The SDK is for developers, and the GitHub is too big for me to look around. Do you have any Whitepaper-like document that explains the technical parts inside Incognito, like other blockchain. Not introductory like the one here but technical enough like this, and this, etc.
Hey, @Semaj did you have a chance to check those links beside the introductory page ?
These are exactly what I meant by
introductory. I am asking for something like this Monero document.
Ok, I think I got it. If we are talking about the academic type, I can share with you a paper of Privacy v2 release that coming this April.
_Documentation__Privacy_V2-2.pdf (906.3 KB)
We do work on an academic paper for Dynamic Committee Size, but unfortunately, we do not have a single paper where all those info is combined as you see in Monero’s example.
If you feel that we have to have an academic paper for every aspect of the network, would you mind helping us with prioritizing the most important aspects that have to be described first?
This is great! Thanks, @andrey.
Are there plans to massively extend the docs?
https://docs.incognito.org/sdks/golang-sdk as a sample. Less content, obsolete interface docs, …
I mostly read the source code itself to get an idea of the interfaces. Sure, developers can do this but maybe more developers would join this awesome project if the docs are completed and up-to-date.
Most of them are due to may, but still they are “Building”. Do they need to be updated or they are actually still in a building phase?