AMM-Devnet will be decommissioned on December 8, 2023.
In this edition of Developer Reflections, we’re diving into the world of GemWallet, a non-custodial crypto wallet that opens the gateway to the XRP Ledger (XRPL) while embracing the realm of decentralized finance and NFTs. It’s been a year since the last time we caught up with the GemWallet team, and we're outlining some of the important progress that’s been made since then.
GemWallet bridges technology, security, and user experience to enable more seamless engagement with crypto assets and DeFi protocols.
Version 2.0.0 of Clio, an XRP Ledger API server optimized for HTTP and WebSocket API calls, is now available. This release adds new features, bug fixes, and amendment support.
In this edition of Developer Reflections, we check out Santiment, a market intelligence platform with a focus on providing reliable data feeds, low-latency signals, and custom market analysis for the cryptocurrency space.
Santiment's offerings are designed to provide practical insights to developers, traders, and investors, particularly those interested in the XRP Ledger (XRPL). Let's explore how Santiment's platform equips developers with the tools and data-driven knowledge needed for navigating the world of cryptocurrencies.
The Ripple Data API v2 was deprecated in 2021 with no additional support; it will be shut down on October 15, 2023.
by Team RippleX
As previously announced, the RippleX-managed Devnet test network will be reset. This reset has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 19, 2023.
At the time of the reset, a brief Devnet outage of less than one hour is expected.
If you have any tests or demos that rely on existing Devnet accounts and data, you will have to recreate that data after the reset. There are no effects anticipated on Testnet, Mainnet, or other networks.
In general, Devnet can be reset at any time, as the network's sole purpose is testing of in-development features which may not yet be stable. Demos, tutorials, and apps that use Devnet should automatically re-create any necessary data as needed.
Version 1.12.0 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release adds new features and bug fixes, and introduces these amendments:
by Team RippleX
We are resetting Devnet due to incompatibility with a previous in-development version of the AMM (Automated Market Maker) amendment that was included in a beta release of the XRP Ledger core server. If you have any tests or demos that rely on existing Devnet accounts and data, you will have to recreate that data after the reset. There are no effects anticipated on Testnet, Mainnet, or other networks.
In this week’s edition of Developer Reflections, we delve into the world of blockchain infrastructure with a focus on Blockdaemon, an independent blockchain infrastructure provider. Through Blockdaemon’s commitment to providing reliable, scalable, and secure blockchain services, both developers and institutions can leverage wallet, node and staking services, protocols and integrations.
Five amendments to the XRP Ledger protocol, all introduced in
rippled v1.10.0, have gained support from a majority of validators:
- DisallowIncoming Expected 2023-08-21.
- fixNonFungibleTokensV1_2 Expected 2023-08-21.
- fixTrustLinesToSelf Expected 2023-08-21.
- fixUniversalNumber Expected 2023-08-21.
- ImmediateOfferKilled Expected 2023-08-21.
Each amendment that maintains greater than 80% support continuously will become enabled on the expected date.