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April was ushered in with the announcement of our new OmiseGO CEO, Vansa Chatikavanij. Along with the restructuring in Omise leadership, Jun Hasegawa, now Omise Holdings CEO, also discussed the role OmiseGO plays as a subsidiary of Omise Holdings moving forward.
OmiseGO happily welcomes Vansa into her new role as CEO. We now work towards her vision, priorities and business goals for the company which she laid out in her blog.
OmiseGO eWallet Suite
In April, the eWallet team focused on two main items: research and the design of Potterhat; a multi-client Ethereum data service, and continuing development towards the release of eWallet v1.2.
During our first update for the month, we announced improvements on getting account members and keys end points, updating the Android POS Client Wallet dependencies and refractor, and we were able to release iOS SDK 1.2.0.beta.1. We fixed a few bugs like the issue of CORS config #871, the bug on Android POS Merchant Wallet #46 and random test error in WalletControllerTest #872. Early to Mid-April saw the team attending two conferences: ElixirEU in Prague and EDCON in Sydney.
At the end of the month, we finished our two-week sprint cycle and put out a pre-release of the 1.2 version of the eWallet. The pre-release now has features that enable more use cases — especially for smaller providers. The design and implementation of the Potterhat PoC is in progress. This PoC is beneficial for both the eWallet and network node as it improves the reliability of Ethereum clients. This is a slightly challenging task because relying on multiple clients can either significantly reduce downtime, or significantly increase the chance of error.
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