Hello Privacy Protectors!
Good things require hard work. As usual, we would love to give you the summary of what we achieved the past week, as well as what we plan to do for this week.
- The app version 5.2.0 is released. In this version, you can export the past transaction data records for compliance purposes and pay unshielding fees by pToken instead of PRV as stated in the topic.
Incognito <> Fantom bridge - The bridge has been released in the app version 5.2.0, Fantom users can go incognito mode from now on.
Incognito <> Solana Bridge - The team did internally review and detect an inefficient computation of unshielding process that might cause unnecessarily high fees. This is fixed and tested, the remaining work is looking for a 3rd firm for the Solana program audit prior to releasing the bridge and Raydium privacy app.
- Blockchain storage reduction - Storage reduction implementation was finished and has been deployed on testnet for the Quality Assurance team to check prior to mainnet phase. Not only would this help reduce required node’s disk size, but also play an important prerequisite for block time reduction (so does transaction latency).
- Bulletproofs improvements - That would help speed up transaction verification and reduce transaction size. Its implementation is finished and in code review phase at the moment. Document could be found here.
- pUnified Tokens - The protocol implementation is finished and in the testing phase. Also, UI/UX design is cross-reviewed and the privacy apps team is working on the feedback.
- Blockchain storage reduction and privacy improvements are estimated to be released in 3rd week of April. The two will significantly improve the whole Incognito infrastructure.
This week, we’re glad to have 3 new members who will be dedicated to business development and community. Welcome @Jayce_17969, @Khanh, and not-very-new face @Ducky! You can pass by and say hi to her greeting post.
Growth team will be focusing on listing more tokens on the Incognito exchange and growing liquidity pools via expanding potential partnerships. Also, we do hope that this kind of co-operation would help bringing Incognito mode to more DeFi apps.
We do need your help with spreading the word about Incognito’s app. If you have not already done so, please consider leaving a 5-star review with some reasons why you love Incognito!
As always, if anyone has any questions, comments, or concerns feel free to leave them in the comments section below.
See you next week!