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Development progress and product changes from district0x
In our last update, we expected a new deployment for Meme Factory by the time of this development update. Unfortunately, after a few speed bumps encountered during testing and implementing fixes, this deployment is still pending for later this week. However, despite this, we’ve been progressing not only towards this most immediate update, but also with future updates for Meme Factory, and we’re still progressing with other applications. After spending some time with a group of recent vulnerability reports, we’ve also implemented wide array of supporting updates for our backing infrastructure.
As we wrap up the remaining work on the District Registry, we’re seeking experience solidity developers to perform security audits on our smart contract suite. If you’re interested please check out our job posting on Ethlance, and email your qualifications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Meme Factory has seen a lot of forward development as we work out kinks in pending changes. We’ve also addressed some bugs that were still present in the live Mainnet version.
Among new feature work is a highly requested addition to allow users to download vote secrets stored in the browser, and import/upload them on a different browser or device. This should assist users who like to vote and reveal across platforms. This was mostly complete in previous weeks, but has been polished and had a few edge cases corrected.
Additionally, the big feature of the pending deployment is the parameter change page. This allows users to vote and challenge on the exact numeric parameters of the DANK registry — things like vote percentages and rewards, or vote and challenge timing. This is by far the largest change we’ve introduced to Meme Factory since launch, and in the past two weeks we’ve reviewed everything from copy and text ordering ...
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