As we polish our documents and software before the launch of our Ledgerium Blockchain publicly, here are the other advances that have been made last week.
We had the incredible honour of being invited by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Canberra along with other key blockchain stakeholders, to partake in developing the National Blockchain Roadmap (NBR).
Following the NBR event, we were invited to the Parliament House, where we had the opportunity to reinforce the importance of the blockchain industry and to get more constant support from the government. We were accompanied by big names from the political world including Senator Susan McDonald, Senator Jane Hume and the Honourable Ed Husic MP, along with fellow blockchain advocate Leanne Kemp, CEO of Everledger.
You can read more about it here.
=> Ledgerium Governance is a core on-chain smart contract-driven DApp, which allows Block Producers to work together to govern the Ledgerium Blockchain institution in an extremely democratic manner. This week we focussed on:
- Refactor and the cleaning up of the backend Governance application
- Convert the front end into a react application
- Integrated ledgeriumwallet to sign and vote for on-chain governance
- Istanbul Byzantine Fault Tolerance (IBFT) consortium voting process improvements
To read more about the Ledgerium Governance, go through the link.
- by adding full mode feature for community developers to set up local Ledgerium Blockchain
- by facilitating Domain Name, IP Address based Block Producer configuration
- by making Toorak/Flinders testnet onboarding process smooth with the changes in the ledgerium_setup.sh script