Darwinia Highlight November| Monthly Recap
1. Darwinia 2.0 protocol updates (follow and participate in the development). — link
2. Design and implement the new parachain staking pallet and its precompile.
3. Design and implement the new deposit pallet and its precompile (extract the deposit part from the origin staking pallet).
4. Use assets pallet to manage KTON.
H160 as the native account id type.
8. Refactored bridger binaries to use unified libraries for s2s bridges, and refactor ETHv2 bridge.
9. Ethereum beacon light client follow APIs spec.
Darwinia Ecological Applications and Infrastructure Updates
1. Crab Network has won the 59th Kusama Parachain Slot! It’s the second auction that Crab Network has won, and Crab didn’t crowdloan this time.
3. November’s 7.5% CRAB + CKTON rewards from Crab Kusama Parachain Slot Auction have been delivered!
Darwinia 2.0 series of articles:
- Darwinia 2.0 merge overview.
- Darwinia 2.0 will upgrade the staking module, which allows users to earn staking rewards via nominating collator.
FAQs series of articles:
- How to understand the token symbol xWCRAB on
Darwinia Smart Chain?
- How does Darwinia understand cross-chain?
7. Ledger App for Darwinia Parachain has been developed by Zondax Team, which is currently under review by Ledger.
8. Internal security audit of SDK.
9. Darwinia community is built on discord! Let’s look forward to more events on it!
Darwinia Community Events
2. Darwinia Quiz Game #1 will be started at 7 PM, 29/11/2022(CST TIME)! Join our Discord and get RINGs!
3. Darwinia hosted DeStore for an AMA and talk about decentralized phygital marketplaces for Polkadot on November 11th — link
4. Darwinia hosted Litentry for an AMA and talk about decentralized identities and how credentials can be aggregated across chains on November 18th — link
5. Darwinia hosted Robonomics team for an AMA and talk about their decentralized sensor/trigger network and its role in cross-chain automation on November 25th — link
About Darwinia Network
Darwinia is a cross-chain messaging infrastructure, which provides a light client-based, programmable, universal cross-chain messaging network for decentralized applications. Now, we’ve successfully used Darwinia’s light-client cross-chain messaging protocol(LCMP) to bridge cross-chain messages between substrate-based chains, and even between substrate-based chains and EVM chains, meanwhile, Darwinia provides developers with an SDK, so they can easily integrate cross-chain capabilities into their Dapps. This will have profound implications for cross-chain interoperability, and Darwinia as a cross-chain messaging infrastructure will facilitate the building of a hybrid cross-chain network.