April was a steady month for Rangers Protocol as it concentrated on mainnet upgrades and fixes, as well as creating new items for its sub-chains. With these advancements, Rangers Protocol is well-positioned to offer users greater convenience, stability, and security in their blockchain transactions.
Rangers Mainnet Updates and Fixes
Rangers Protocol’s mainnet has been running smoothly, producing a cumulative 40 million blocks. The team has been focused on updates and fixes, including improvements to the EIP-3074 code following a recent audit. These changes have already been implemented on the Robin testnet and will be introduced to the mainnet in May. The improvements aim to lessen the complexity of contracts while enhancing the ease and reliability of transactions on the blockchain. Additionally, gas fee policies for contract data storage operations have been updated and will be rolled out to the Robin testnet in May, allowing for greater flexibility in adjusting fees as needed.
Rangers Connector Advancements
Rangers Protocol prioritizes the development of Ranger Connector. With the mobile version completed, Rangers plans to launch a Cross-chain Bridge mobile application. This version will enable users to access the cross-chain page quickly for cross-chain transactions and managing assets more reliably and safely from any location. The team has completed 30% of the connection manager’s browser-related data services, including block information, transaction information, and more. For users and developers to utilize the Rangers Connector to monitor their transactions, the Rangers Protocol official will create a blockchain browser to provide on-chain transaction details, notably cross-chain transactions.
Rangers Sub-chain Improvement
Rangers Protocol has made significant progress in developing its sub-chain product, achieving a 90% completion rate within a month. The development team has reached a 30% completion rate for both the whitepaper and product documentation, ensuring clear and detailed communication of objectives and features.
Front-end development is 95% complete, and the team is addressing any remaining issues to improve user experience. The back-end development has also advanced substantially, with a 95% completion rate as of January. Changes have been made to the consensus module, including the creation of a miner information contract that is 50% finished. This contract will store miner public key data and miner application software.
Connection capabilities for sub-chain and cross-chain bridge services have been created and tested to a 95% completion rate. The sub-chain economic model is 30% complete, with the team now discussing RPG pledge water levels, future business procedures, and the exchange process between sub-chain tokens and RPG. The product requirement document for creating and trading the new economic model is 99% complete.
Addition to Rangers Scan Data Services
By formatting the total supply with decimal numbers, the team was able to address an issue in the ERC20 contract information. The team continues to develop new specifications and features for the Rangers Scan data services.
Heavily emphasizing user experience and security, the Rangers team has been actively building and enhancing the mainnet, connector, sub-chain, and other services. As the Rangers Protocol solution matures, it is expected to bring more innovative concepts and advancements to the industry, paving the way for a more decentralized and linked future.
About Rangers Protocol
Rangers Protocol is the backbone of a Web3 engine for creating immersive Web3 applications. It minimizes the development difficulty for Web3 developers and maximizes the user experience of its Web3 applications. Rangers Protocol provides comprehensive infrastructures for efficient complex-app development, successful cross-chain and mass distribution, diverse in-app NFT and DeFi features, and more. Through its full EVM compatibility, strategic industry partnerships, and curated all-in-one IDE, Rangers Protocol supports AAA and indie developers to succeed in the Web3 world.