Official release of 0xcert Framework v1.0.0. Odin
Two months ago, we published the Release Candidate (v1 RC1) of the 0xcert Framework for building dapps.
After several tests and updates, we’re now proudly announcing the official release of the Framework v1.0.0. called Odin.
The evolution from Beta to Odin
To improve the effectiveness and overall performance of the Framework, the Odin version was optimized in several points and provides some new features.
Here is what made it evolve from Beta to Odin:
- Personal_sign added
- Additional tests
- Additional gas optimizations
- Support of the older MetaMask version
- Updates of documentation and description
- Update of permission system
- Support of enumerable extension
- Methods to directly prepare asset metadata
- Improved certification
- Bug fixes
- Code style
These updates make the Framework an even more potent tool for developing decentralized applications, since it proves to be more secure and reliable while providing additional functions.
Help us improve the Framework in the Bug Bounty
We ran multiple tests and combed through every line of the code. The audit was done thoroughly and with special attention to detail by William Entriken, the lead author of the ERC-721 standard for non-fungible tokens and advisor to 0xcert. We really appreciate his feedback and improvement recommendations, and soon, we will publish the audit report for the dev community’s reference.
Still, we acknowledge the power of third-party and community revisions, so to let the developers have a say in our work, we’re opening the Bug Bounty for the 0xcert Framework v1.0.0..
Rewards are waiting to be paid out to bug hunters based on the risk rating model determining the severity of the issues reported.
Start building with Odin
While the framework has been available for a couple of months since its announcement, we can now finally say it’s ready for you to use it in the production of your dapp.
It’s your turn now.
You’re welcome to join us in improving the tools for the future of building dapps or simply leverage the Framework v1.0.0. to develop your own dapp from scratch.
Originally published at 0xcert.org.