Radix Report — from RDX Works — 21st April 2022 | The Radix Blog | Radix DLT

Strategy & Marketing (Adam Simmons, CSO & Jeremy Epstein, CMO)

Development (Russell Harvey, CTO & Matthew Hine, CPO)

The commits have been flowing fast and furious for the last few weeks! Most of the tech team is gearing up for two upcoming releases:

  • Version 1.1.1 of the Olympia node. This bundles up a host of improvements and will be our last precursor release to coordinated forking. 1.1.1 will release on the same day as this report; all node runners are highly encouraged to update once it’s available.
  • Version 0.4 of Scrypto. Ticking up only 1 minor revision point from v0.3 feels like it’s doing it quite an injustice! The authorization system and resource flag system have both received a major overhaul and are now unified in a single, system-level authorization model. It’s tremendously powerful, and we’re eager to reveal how it enables asset-oriented, easy-to-understand approaches to applications which are normally quite scary to implement, such as flash loans.



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Radix DLT — The Decentralized Finance Protocol

Radix DLT — The Decentralized Finance Protocol

The first layer 1 protocol specifically built to serve DeFi