Over the last 2 weeks, the frontend team integrated the swap UI with the backend, executing contracts against the Cardano PAB, and began building the “deposit liquidity” and “withdraw liquidity” UIs.
The infrastructure team worked spun up an Alonzo White testnet node, and participated in the hard fork combinator. They also built out a set of graphQL APIs for developers to create and fund wallets, and build, sign, and submit transactions against our private testnet.
The backend and smart contract team has been refactoring the swap contracts, and working to execute them against the Alonzo White blockchain. In practice, the 16kb transaction size limit is quite limiting right now, so they are working to optimize the compilation size as much as possible.
The research team finalized the tokenomics, which we’ve added to our website here.