WINGS Team End Of The Year Report

This article was first published on Wings Dao - Medium

The beginning of the year is a perfect time to look back at all the things that happened in 2019 and reflect on our accomplishments (and failures). For the WINGS team, 2019 has been productive and full of events: both pleasant and disappointing. Today, we’d like to share the most significant ones with you and summarize the whole year in a short article.

Binance delisting

The year of 2019 started with unfortunate news: our project was going to be delisted from the Binance exchange. Frankly speaking, this was quite disappointing since WINGS was part of the exchange since its early days. The commitment of the team was never under question, and the quality and speed of the development were accelerating.

Sadly, we never found out the reasons for this action, neither did we get a reply from the Binance team. Yet, despite all the frustration and confusion, our team did not give up and continued developing and improving the ecosystem.

Feather development and implementation

In March 2019, WINGS released Feather, which was our first open-sourced project, other than the WINGS protocol itself. Feather is basically a visual identity kit that enables the development of new tools and services for the ecosystem. It enabled users to experiment with their own DApps and applications, without spending too much time and effort on the graphic elements and visual aspect of the product development.

The Lightweight Wrapper release

Sometime after Feather, another WINGS component was released and open-sourced. We are talking about the Lightweight Wrapper now, which is a highly optimized Ethereum RPC library.

The aim of creating this library was to simplify DApps creation as the Lightweight Wrapper made the whole development process faster and more efficient. It allowed users to optimize the back-end development of the DApps interacting with Ethereum.

As a result, we ...

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