Safex Marketplace: Proof of Concept Phase
Development progressed in various parts of the scripting system and blockchain system to accommodate the token lock/unlock transaction type. We have set up a mock blockchain for internal testing of the locking/unlocking mechanism.
This system is fundamental because it is with the Token how we can make an account in order to engage in trade. Following this scenario we can create the
sell item object using an account created from this lock/unlock mechanism. Among other things.
Further elements under active production in this testing scenario are the components for reading the total balance of locked tokens.
The past week was fully focused on retrieving balances with the golang library. So far we successfully read and parse all blocks, transactions, outputs and inputs, and read the balance of incoming transactions (essentially we have the view key under control).
Some updates to the protobuf interface were made on Safexd
the blockchain node software and some other improvements that optimize the process of reading balances.
So we continue with storing the data retrieved from the blockchain in a neat way so it can be usable throughout the application
marketplace. Next up is parsing spent transactions and then forming transactions, just a matter of time.
This golang library serves as a lightweight reusable module to include in future projects wallets/mobile wallets/services etc. It is just a matter of time
Safex Wallet for Tokens and Cash
Work on the wallet is more or less wrapped up and will be in final review when to give a launch date.
Additional ideas we discussed regarding how we can improve the standalone wallet was to enable it to link up with the safexwallet.dat file. Like this we can actually expedite the v8 wallet despite go lang libraries progress. We will consider the scenario further, whether to launch standalone… as well… standalone; or add this fairly clever adjustment and enable v8 this way.
We are in progress on the SFT part of integration with Livecoin.net The past week we have been in touch providing assistance where needed and some improvements to our integration document as a result.
On behalf of the Safex Development Community