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Roadmap
  • Finalisation mechanism

    Optimistic BFT proof-of-authority consensus mechanism.
    The mechanism allows the proof of misbehaviour for the dismissal of malicious validators.

  • Parallelised decentralised candidate selection mechanism

    This is allowing multiple independent items to be agreed upon under a single series based upon subjective reception of the partial set of validator statements. Used as an input to the finalization mechanism.

  • Proof-of-stake chain

    Extending the consensus mechanism into proof-of-stake territory; this module includes staking tokens, managing entry and exit from the validator pool, a market mechanism for determining.

  • Networking subsystem

    This is the means by which a peer network is formed and maintained. First an altered devp2p, then libp2p.

  • Parachain implementation

    This will include an integration with the proof-of-stake chain, allowing the parachain to gain consensus without its own internal consensus mechanism. More than likely this will include a WebAssembly-based contract execution architecture.

  • Transaction processing subsystem

    An evolution of the parachain and relay-chain, this will allow for transactions to be sent, received and propagated. It includes the designs of transaction queuing and optimised transaction routing on the network layer.

  • Transaction-routing subsystem

    This introduces more specifics into the relay-chains’ behaviour. Management of the ingress/egress queues and network protocol with means of directed transaction propagation, ensuring independent parachain collators are not overly exposed to transactions that are not of interest.

  • Relay chain

    This is the final stage of the relay-chain, allowing the dynamic addition, removal and emergency pausing of parachains, the reporting of bad behaviour and includes implementation of the ‘fisherman’ functionality.

  • Independent collators

    This is the delivery of an alternative chain-specific collator functionality. It includes proof creation (for collators), parachain misbehaviour detection (for fishermen) and the validation function (for validators). It also includes any additional networking required to allow the two to discover and communicate.

  • Further non-core components