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Yet another two months have passed by and it’s time for the bi-monthly summary of all things Raiden: overall development progress, product updates, event participation and all the other stuff that we’ve been up to in March and April. While big parts of the World, as we know it, have been on hold for the last two months, the Raiden team has continued to work towards the Alderaan release. We hope you’re all staying safe in these hard times and that it won’t be long before things can go back to normal. Let’s dig into what’s new with Raiden!
Development Updates towards Alderaan mainnet
The main focus over the course of the last two months has been on extensive testing on the Alderaan release. A handful of release candidates were made and tested thoroughly on testnets and the Ethereum mainnet. There are still a couple of minor bugs that the team wants to fix before the next release candidate is released. The Raiden Wizard is also getting a refactoring and is being updated to work on the mainnet too. The goal of the Raiden Wizard is to provide users with a tool that makes it easy to get started with Raiden.
Alderaan will be the first integrated mainnet release coming with a service layer (monitoring and pathfinding service) together with new features (channel withdrawal, source routing, mediation fees).
- Raiden Client: The main focus over the last two months has been testing. The team has carried out extensive testing using the scenario player where the goal was to get at least three “all green” runs in a row, before making a new release candidate to begin testing manually. A handful of release candidates have been released since then as a result of having three green scenario runs consecutively. A significant amount of ...
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