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Taraxa Progress UPD: Weeks 26–30.

A monthly snap of the Taraxa network progress!

State of the network on July 30, 2022:

  • 564M TARA staked, 536M TARA delegated.
  • 58 active consensus nodes on the Mainnet Candidate.
  • 197 active consensus nodes on the Testnet.
  • 363 commits across Github top repos from JUN 30 to JUL 30).
Taraxa GitHub commits July 2022.

🔽 In case you missed it, all updates now track Taraxa’s Roadmap 2022.

🔽 If you staked but haven’t delegated yet, please do so ASAP to keep earning yield: how to delegate your TARA.

State of the Taraxa network - July 30, 2022.

✅ Progress Highlights: Native Token Conversion.

For the Taraxa Protocol, the primary focus remains on the network’s Security:

  • Began network-wide stress tests on the internal development network;
  • Wrapped up work on a variety of security issues, including Gossip Rules and Peer Blacklisting.

For the Taraxa Ecosystem, we kept refining the Explorer, as well as working on security audit:

  • Worked on a daily basis with our security audit partner Halborn to address the security issues as they come up, notably a PBFT vote buffer overrun issue for which we have a preliminary fix;
  • Started to define specifications for a GraphQL integration into the Taraxa node and the Explorer to address persistent Explorer indexer stability and syncing performance issues;
  • Significant progress made on the Exchange Integration Documentation required by all major exchanges.

✅ Progress Highlights: Social Listening Platform.

On the application side, we continued to work on the Hype app, focusing on the following areas:

  • Largely stabilized the Data Collection Layer for Telegram’s social data;
  • Developed and deployed smart contracts used in the Hype app;
  • Much more refined analytics pipeline to help identify which social messages are most constructive towards sustainable community-building.
Taraxa Roadmap UPD: July 2022.

😎 Stay tuned!

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