February 12, 2021, SORA, Polkaswap, Fearless Wallet Dev Update

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Feb 12 · 3 min read

The SORA, Polkaswap, and Fearless Wallet projects are all closely related as they form integral parts of the SORA ecosystem. That is why development status updates are released every two weeks for these three projects, in one convenient place. Enjoy the February 12, 2021, Dev update! If you missed the previous ones:

January 29th DEV update / January 15th DEV update / December 25th DEV update / December 11th DEV update / November 27th DEV update / November 13th DEV update / October 30th DEV update / October 16th DEV update

SORA Dev Update #9

Team is working on migration to SORA v2

🔁 Migration process was designed

↕️ New transfer flow for multi asset SORA 2 network was designed

Polkaswap Dev Update #11

The Polkaswap testnet was updated. New features and updates are:

💧 Create liquidity pools

🔄 Swap any pairs directly in the UI

🌊 Add Liquidity function is updated (improved calculation, stability)

🚰 Remove Liquidity function is updated (improved calculation, stability and notifications)

💱 “MAX” button behavior is improved

☑️ Balance display after account change is adjusted

📝 Improved network stability in terms of memory usage

🌉 The team is working on Ethereum Bridge web user interface.

Fearless Wallet Dev Update #15

🎁 The demo of the first Sprint results of Stage 3 is scheduled for the 12th of February (today), at 16:00 UTC+3.

📃 Agenda: Preview of releases between Stage 2 and Stage 3 (1.1, 1.2, and 1.2.1), and review of Sprint results (extensions of mobile libraries, phishing protection)

📅 Add Fearless Wallet Public Events calendar (Link) to not miss any demos/events!

🙌 Everyone is welcome, and if you cannot join us on time, we are going to provide slides and a recording after the demo

🥞 Starting next week, the dev team is going to begin development of Staking features

⛳ Check our upcoming plans on public Fearless Wallet roadmap: Link

🐱‍👤 New website at fearlesswallet.io was published

About SORA NEO Network, Polkaswap, and Fearless Wallet

SORA is a new economic system aimed at creating a supranational, Decentralized Central Bank (DCB) with built-in tools for decentralized finance (DeFi). The SORA network implements a new way of parachain architecture on Polkadot and Kusama network, with the capability to bridge external blockchains (like Ethereum) to Polkadot ecosystem.

One of the DeFi applications that will run on the SORA network is Polkaswap, a non custodial liquidity aggregator cross chain AMM DEX designed uniquely for the Polkadot ecosystem with boundless liquidity through one of a kind Aggregate Liquidity Technology (ALT) with the security and convenience of a DEX.

Fearless Wallet is a mobile wallet designed for the decentralized future on the Kusama and Polkadot network, with support for iOS and Android platforms. An awesome user experience, fast performance, and secure storage for your accounts. The Fearless wallet will integrate Polkaswap for easy, decentralized swaps of assets.

Polkaswap

A DEX for the Interoperable Future

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Polkaswap

a non custodial cross chain AMM DEX designed uniquely for the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystems and hosted on the SORA 2.0 network

Polkaswap

Polkaswap

A DEX for the Interoperable Future

Polkaswap

Written by

Polkaswap

a non custodial cross chain AMM DEX designed uniquely for the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystems and hosted on the SORA 2.0 network

Polkaswap

Polkaswap

A DEX for the Interoperable Future

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