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The Decide Voter mobile app by GoodBlock Technologies enables real-world use of the Telos Decide engine.
The launch of the Telos EVM was one of the most monumental milestones for the Telos ecosystem since its mainnet launch.
Telos launched a layer one Ethereum Virtual Machine with no front running, flat gas fees, energy efficiency, and extreme speed and power! Development and scaling of RPC nodes continue to ensure seamless onboarding. You can read more about the Telos EVM in our documentation here.
The recent go-live of direct deposits and withdrawals from tEVM to exchanges is a significant milestone to drive adoption. We are delighted that Gate.io and KuCoin are the first to support this option.
The release of the Telos Web Wallet 2.0 introduced an easy-to-navigate interface for users to manage their Telos-based crypto assets in an intuitive application.
Continued development has brought further functionality and ease of use for an all-in-one web wallet solution.
The addition of resource management and staking (REX) has added additional functionality required next to significant UI updates.
The key to a thriving ecosystem is more than just the offered technology. The Telos Foundation significantly increased business development and partnership activities by adding additional full-time resources to the team.
With a budget of 12 million TLOS, the Telos Ignite program offers a tremendous opportunity to significantly grow our ecosystem and attract new partners.
The formerly known “Telos dApp Incentive Program” is migrated to Telos Ignite and managed by TF Business Development.
Our exchange team works tirelessly to add new centralized exchanges (CEX) and decentralized exchanges (DEX) to our ecosystem. Managing liquidity for our tEVM partners is now a key initiative for Business Development and the Exchanges team.
Telos’ version of the famous Ethereum block explorer is custom-built, focusing solely on the Telos EVM.
Teloscan has already become powerful, and we are iterating further. The TCD made significant progress by adding core features, such as:
While optimizing the newly implemented Docker integrations, we have significantly improved the deployment speed and complexity. We are more than ready for mass adoption.
Significant resources assure the operation and scalability of our RPC infrastructure. We have carefully rolled out more nodes and included the first Block Providers (BP), which increased the RPCs to 12 globally.
Home of the official Telos support, the Telos Knowledge Base is integral to establishing Telos as the blockchain for mass adoption.
It’s easy to navigate support documentation, and the familiar ticketing system removes the intimidation factor that many people associate with crypto and Web 3.0 technology.
Continued development of the T-Swaps exchange led to an entirely reworked platform which remains a central part of DeFi on Telos native.
Implemented a sleek new user interface, zoned liquidity pools, increased liquidity, and deployed additional features for this innovative trading platform operated by Yknot Blockchain Solutions in South Africa.
dStor is a decentralized data storage service with high levels of resiliency and security that GoodBlock Technologies is currently developing.
As a pillar of Web 3.0, dStor simplifies decentralized cloud storage by allowing fiat payments and managing data across the network to maximize speed and redundancy without needing customer management, as other decentralized storage platforms do. Thanks to dStor’s ability to find high-quality storage nodes within a user’s geographic region, speed is as fast as centralized platforms. It enables groundbreaking opportunities for the crypto industry, including scalable decentralized gaming, secure NFT assets, tamper-proof governance documentation, etc.
We are delighted to announce that staking is coming to the Telos EVM. This new option also benefits our EVM users with access to attractive rewards.
Our sTLOS is based on the ERC4626 tokenized vault standard and is balanced with native REX based on a ratio voted on by the community. It is extended by an ESCROW unstake timer contract set to 10 days and the required native REX contract to distribute rewards. Our partner and BP Sentnl performed an audit of all smart contracts.
The sTLOS receipt token opens new liquidity opportunities for EVM dAPPs like Omnidex, Bardi, and Zappy. Additionally, we are excited to see incentivized staking pools/farms and lending/borrowing based on sTLOS.
TCD is working on upgrading to the latest AntelopeIO core-code release Leap 3.1, which will be available in early Q4.
BPs have deployed on Testnet, and testing is ongoing. The latest release will include bug fixes (REX), stability and performance improvements, governance and BP-pay smart contracts improvements, and geography-based Block Provider schedule optimization. These important updates will improve the assignment of BPs in operations.
The opportunity to bridge tokens between EVM and Native is operational on https://www.tswaps.com/bridge/. Trading tokens on EVM and Native with combined liquidity is mandatory; therefore, integrating a bridge to T-Swaps 3.0 was crucial. Y-Knot has performed an initial audit and released this feature in Q2.
As a core component to support our block explorers, applications, and DeFi initiatives, a state-of-the-art reporting and analysis suite is needed. Since the available tools did not cover our requirements, we have developed our tEVM indexing solution.
While we integrate various of the above features into our apps, those are also available via our APIs.
Developments on OBE are continuously iterating to ensure the availability of an open-source tool for Telos Native. The recent releases included features such as:
Our subsequent iterations in Q3 will include:
OBE is already on the verge of being the one-stop-shop for all Telos native Blockchain, next to our Web Wallet.
EVM 1.5 is an exciting first step toward the future as it includes various upgrades and user experience modifications.
Our brand-new indexer is a crucial component of this release. It enables further improvements and additions to Teloscan, including a token overview, holder lists, and performance improvement for various services. Furthermore, EVM 1.5 will deliver some initial amendments to the current architecture, such as enhanced UX for TLOS and wTLOS transfers and a revised block header architecture. Due to significant changes, we will re-index our chain once deployed.
As a result of our sTLOS and EVM 1.5 developments, we will also be able to offer a native, non-custodial bridge feature very soon.
While our latest partnerships with API3 and DIA closed a mandatory gap for oracles, we recognize the need for other Oracles. We have taken additional steps to add the RNG and Delphi Native Oracles to tEVM using a trustless bridge.
We will continue to drive the implementation of the above Oracles and have started to look into The Graph as the last piece of the current puzzle.
Telos actively contributes to a coalition of four layer 1 Blockchains. Next to EOS, WAX, and UX, we are developing and protecting our core code.
Activities focus on five core areas:
The initiative will contribute to significant improvements such as:
A long-anticipated change of branding was released in Q3. The former name EOSIO was finally exchanged by AntelopeIO, opening the door wide for a bright feature!
A further component was missing to support users, dApps, and DeFi platforms on our tEVM. We decided to adopt Gnosis Safe and clone it for our purpose.
Telos Safe allows the fast and cheap creation of multi-signature vaults on Telos EVM. This tool enables the safe storage of assets and NFTs and API integration of apps and DeFi ecosystems.
Introducing Telos Safe, the TCD team is working closely with the deployment team and aims to launch the application on tEVM in October 2022.
Our Etherscan substitute received various updates on the contract interface, which provides EVM transaction history for the entire chain, and basic wallet functionality. Teloscan includes a state-of-the-art contract interface for the import of ERC20 and ERC721 JSON ABIs for unverified contracts. Additionally, read/write functions cater to further needs of Apps and Users.
The general & logs tabs of the transaction page also had significant updates to make transaction data more human readable and now show ERC20 and ERC721 transfers (ERC1155 is left to do)
Further work is ongoing for a new token and owner list that awaits the EVM 1.5 release. Additionally, the sTLOS staking interface has been integrated, and interaction with our new indexer service will begin in Q4.
We have started work on a completely trustless token bridge between Antelope and tEVM that does not need to rely on complex & error prone solutions like liquidity pools. This is possible because the tEVM runs inside one smart contract on our Native Antelope blockchain, which means we can query all data stored inside the tEVM and call tEVM contract functions from Antelope directly without any third party involved. Token issuers on Antelope will need to deploy a ERC20Bridgeable version of their token on tEVM and then request the registration of both tokens into a pair on the bridge. Our BPs, directly or through a community vote, will approve those requests using a Native multisig.
Our team is utilizing significant resources to rework our native and EVM documentation on https://docs.telos.net; we are continuously adding articles and specialized content to support our growing developer community.
Our Knowledgebase at help.telos.net will be merged with docs.telos.net during Q4 to remove further redundancies.
Arbitration, a vital component of a working governance system on Telos, had to be rescheduled for Q4 delivery. Updated smart contracts and user interfaces are developing to deliver a leading arbitration infrastructure that allows on-chain resolution of disputes and account issues.
The voting process for arbitrators allows the community to select trusted members.
Next to a new release of the Decide Voter mobile app of Goodblock, a total rework of app.telos.net, our governance website, was delivered in Q3. With these two options, the accessibility of our governance to the community once more achieved the gold standard.
Telos EVM is already miles ahead of current competing Solidity solutions, but development isn't slowing down. The Telos EVM 2.0 will guarantee that Telos continues to offer unmatched power for Ethereum-based applications decades down the line.
Development of RPC 2.0, one core component of EVM 2.0, is already in progress following this roadmap:
User experience on Telos native remains in "expert mode" to a large extent. We continue working on improved resource management and overall user experience.
The codename "Telos Station" represents the effort to design an entirely new user experience for our Apps and websites. It re-imagines the user journey and chain interaction and aims to create an easily accessible ecosystem next to the existing pro-user experience.
Our first iterations focus on a seamless combination of Telos native and tEVM into a user-friendly interface while trying to connect two entirely different tech stacks and account structures.
A further consideration aims at the possibility of delivering a mobile application that will ultimately open our ecosystem to countries highly relying on mobile devices vs. desktop computers.
TCD resources are the key driver for developing and supporting Telos Foundation initiatives. We have been able to scale and re-organize the TCD and reached a total number of 19+ developers and program/product/project management resources.
Robust, extended governance is a pillar of the Telos ecosystem and various other DAOs, but only certain governance features are available for users with no developer resources. Decide Voter+ solves this by bringing advanced blockchain governance to real-world projects.
Advanced features include legislation amendments, board election management, and project token integrations.
The T-Bond NFTs technology was one of the most innovative DeFi developments of 2021. The new investment in NFTs will open up a powerful piece of tooling to real-world initiatives with no developer resources. As the world re-imagines our traditional financial systems, NFTs are set to play a significant role in the future of our economies.
Y-knot undertakes significant developments with the support of the TCD and intends to launch the first product in Q4 2022.
Stable Coins are significant success factors for almost all successful Blockchains.
Issuing Stable Coins requires specific legal pre-requisites; therefore, we work with well-known brands to bring a “native” version to Telos.
An identity solution combines two significant needs for identity. The first is the need to determine the uniqueness of an individual account’s identity. The second is the ability for a user to have the information verified by third parties without leaking private information.
Users will be able to share select information with apps while keeping control of what they share. Certificates issued will be linked to these details. This product will be crucial as the industry evolves and the needs of governance and DeFi become more complex. The Telos Core Developers have partnered with the original developers of the Estonian National Identity system, the first and most successful blockchain identity system globally.
Telos Location allows proof-of-location using the Telos blockchain while incentivizing users to carry out “location mining” for the system. With this product, anyone will be able to verify that they were in a specific location at a particular time. This product opens up many possibilities for dApps, DAOs, and other decentralized initiatives. Telos Location is a long-term development goal and is not expected to be completed in 2022.
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