* Updated code based on audit round 2 feedback
* Added tests for aggregation transactions
* Increased resolution of setting parameters
* Audit through IOHK and Certik
* Adapt backend to latest PAB release
* Implement further test cases
* Set up local test-net with PAB
CHARLI3 just finished up a successful conference in Miami, the Miami Crypto Conference, where we were exposed to many new investors and other projects. We led workshops on oracles to educate the masses. Having exposure in the form of education is the way forward for crypto, and we at CHARLI3 value this path.
What we found was that many people, and projects, had no clue about the importance of oracles for the function of crypto ecosystems, and furthermore did not understand the degree of separation in coding languages between the rest of crypto and Cardano. The majority of crypto at the moment is built on Solidity and it’s derivatives, while Cardano is built on an entirely new-to-blockchain language, Haskell, and the IOHK created derivative, Plutus. Educating the masses on this fact will ultimately help the ecosystem be better understood, as well as the power of CHARLI3 for being built in completely native Haskell/Plutus code.
We are very excited to port our token over to CNT when the time comes. the requirements for this are; PAB (plutus application back end) to allow us to integrate with partners/customers, DEX’s being live so there is somewhere to hold our token on the chain, and a function BRIDGE to allow us to port tokens to the Cardano chain. These 3 elements all need to exist before we port over.