This project gets organized in development sprints of 4 weeks duration.
|29/6 - 24/7/2020||Created the SSI client that performs the CRUD operations (create, read, recover, update & deactivate).|
|27/7 - 21/8/2020||Integrated the SSI client with the Zilliqa blockchain platform.|
|24/8 - 18/9/2020||Implemented the Decentralized Identifier smart contract according to the tyronzil W3C DID Method.|
|21/9 - 11/12/2020||Tyron Improvement Proposal #1: Three sprints to increase security and discoverability of Tyron Decentralized Identifiers.|
|21/9 - 16/10/2020||TIP1.1 implemented Zilliqa's 32-byte private-keys to generate Schnorr signatures that can be verified by the DID smart contract. Introduced the DID Keys that have their public keys stored in the DID contract. Release notes.|
|19/10 - 13/11/2020||TIP1.2 developed the INIT.tyron smart contract for the initialization of self-sovereign identities as well as a domain name system that implements the .did, .agent & .tyron domains. These top-level SSI Domains define the SSI Trinity constituted by the user as the owner of their Self-Sovereign Identity, the agent providing the application, and tyron as the technology & open association. This development sprint also implemented the xWallet that gives ZRC-2 transfer capabilities to the DID smart contract. Furthermore, TIP1.2 developed a prototype for donations named pung.me. Release notes.|
|16/11 - 11/12/2020||TIP1.3 developed the tyronzil library to be utilized by the SSI client, and the newly implemented tyron React Native application. The tyron dapp first component is the DID browser, check out the demo here.|