For the past 2 weeks, we’ve been working on features for Ethereum integration. We recently merged the support for transferring funds from a local ledger wallet to a blockchain address, and work is being done on deposit wallet funds pooling, front end interface, token minting, etc. As most planned features for transacting with Ethereum and OmiseGO Network are almost done, we’ll be focusing on code refactoring and covering edge cases to make sure those features are stable and maintainable.
Here are the main items we’ve knocked out since the last update:
- Supporting internal -> external transactions #1143
These tasks are currently being worked on or are pending review by the OmiseGO Integration Team members:
- OmiseGO Network deposits and transactions #1128
- Frontend Ethereum integration for admin panel #1145
- Moving funds to hot wallet after a deposit #1147
- Blockchain token minting #1155
- Refactor EthBlockchain Adapter #1159
- Handle blockchain addresses mixed-case checksum #1161
As always, you can follow our progress on the eWallet GitHub project page and on our GitHub Milestones page. If contributing code is your thing, we have a list of issues suitable for first-time contributors. Be sure to check it out!
Currently no new work is being done on Potterhat since we’re focusing on getting the eWallet’s Ethereum integration out. Once that is complete, we will get back to integrating Potterhat with the eWallet’s staging environment, so that we have a staging eWallet that can talk to Ethereum and can talk reliably.
The Integration Team