Here are the main items we’ve knocked out since the last update:

  • Ethereum wallet generation (#807). This is the very beginning of wallet integration with the blockchain (!) - it generates a private/public key pair, which can be used to sign transactions and send them to Ethereum. The mechanism for actually sending transactions on the blockchain is a separate task, which we’ll tackle next.
  • Improve configuration validation #812

In review

These tasks have been completed, pending review by wallet team admins:


  • Typo & deprecation fixes in EWalletDB and LocalLedgerDB namespaces #815

In progress

Following the previous week’s update on renaming v1.2 to v2.0, we’ve since split our development effort into 2 teams, one responsible for the specific features we intend to release to production ASAP, and the other focusing on blockchain integration.

For v1.2, we’re focusing on:

  • Continued working on the permissions & hierarchy removal #730
  • More descriptive error messages (thanks @jimpeebles!) #810
  • Admin panel redesign and change to user based #779

For v2.0, we’re focusing on:

  • Next steps in blockchain integration
  • Blockchain wallet schema #806
  • ERC-20 token import #808
  • Private key management for blockchain adapter #689

As always, you can also follow our progress on the eWallet Waffle board and in our GitHub Milestones page.

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