Perpera Web Client v0.1 Released
Perpera is a document audit protocol loosely based on the PeerAsset protocol. It allows for document notarization, document ownership transfers and querying of the revision history. It combines the immutability of a public blockchain and some elements of the git protocol. The web client is a simple to use frontend intended for mainstream use.
The web client for Perpera is released and live. You can now easily upload document hashes and share it via the blockchain. It is as simple as attaching a document and signing it with a private key. More updates and features will be coming in the next few months, so stay tuned.
Original Announcement Thread: Perpera Web Client v0.1 - #9 by RobertLloyd
Whats Being Worked On: A Roadmap for Summer 2019
- We released our road map for the summer so you can see what is being worked on and what is coming soon.
UPDATE #32: What's Being Worked on - Summer Roadmap
Peerchemist ported the “bit” library to be compatible with Peercoin. Pity is a python library that is simple to use and allows for a variety of crypto features. If you are looking to build with Peercoin and Python, Pity is the best place to start.
Pity Announcement Thread: Pity
Lightning Network Integration
- Peerchemist began the port of The Lightning Network Daemon to be compatible with Peercoin. You can stay up-to-date with development by following the GitHub here: GitHub - peercoin/lnd: Lightning Network Daemon ⚡️.
v0.8: RFC 4: Remove Transaction Timestamp
- RFC4 is awaiting review for inclusion in the release of v0.8. More information will become available as we get closer to release. You can read the RFC proposal here: rfcs/0004-remove-transaction-timestamp.md at master · peercoin/rfcs · GitHub
- The developer team had a meeting about RFC4, multisignature minting, and cold minting. A conclusion about this discussion will be posted in the next week or so.