aelf Roadmap for the Near Future

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To aelf developers, community members, and aelf believers, thank you so much for your wholehearted support over the last couple of years. Today we are excited to release our latest aelf roadmap, with the focal point on progressing our trustworthy, state-of-the-art, and safe blockchain technology. We deeply believe that in the imminent future, aelf will change the world to a better place by deploying its proven cross-chain technology, blockchain expertise, and infinite scalability so that everyone can embrace and experience blockchain technology.

In this brief report, we will be elaborating on three aspects of our future milestone — Technology, Operation, Product. All three aspects will shed light on how we are optimizing the technological infrastructure of aelf, advancing the state of our mainnet, and developing our holistic ecosystem. So here we go.

Technology: Continue to Optimize the Underlying Framework of aelf

aelf Enterprise is to Blockchain what Linus to Internet, without which innovation suffers, value eclipsed. The amount of sheer effort we devote to aelf Enterprise is proportional to scalability and value that can be brought to blockchain projects in the future. We will be optimizing aelf Enterprise’s underlying framework in the following aspects and functions.

Multilingual Contract Engine Solution

Applying WebAssembly technology to implement a multi-language contract engine, allowing developers to deploy a variety of modern common programming languages ​​(Rust, C++, JavaScript, etc.) to develop smart contracts, providing developers a much more friendly and easy-to-use blockchain development platform.

Snapshot Function

aelf’s Snapshot historical data snapshot function can take a snapshot of the data status and block information on the current chain for synchronizing mainnet data. This function is more practical in DApp applications and can greatly reduce the amount of data, improving the efficiency of node synchronization and speeding up the synchronization rate of historical blocks.

aelf Parallel Computing Framework

The Actor model ...

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