@andrevmatos andrevmatos released this Jan 23, 2018 · 159 commits to master since this release

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The focus of this 0.2.0 release is testing and receiving feedback from developers who plan to integrate Microraiden into their product.

Major changes since version 0.1.0:

For detailed changes, please check our Changelog.

Restrictions of the Bug Bounty Release

This is a second bug bounty main net release. We recommend using only small amounts of RDN as channel deposits. To that end, we have limited the maximum deposit to 100 RDN.

We plan for subsequent release without this restriction after thorough public testing and feedback. Note, that the protocol may change, as the used signing format as proposed in EIP712 is not finalized yet.

Smart Contract Deployment

The RaidenMicroTransferChannels contract has been deployed on the main net: https://etherscan.io/address/0x1440317CB15499083dEE3dDf49C2bD51D0d92e33

The following parameters were used:

  • token_address: 0x255aa6df07540cb5d3d297f0d0d4d84cb52bc8e6
  • challenge_period: 8640 (blocks, rough equivalent of 36 hours)

There have been internal and external audits of above contract. That being said:
All contracts are WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Use at your own risk.

For all intended usage, please refer to the MIT license used for this project.

Microraiden can be used off-the-shelf with RDN tokens or can be configured to work with any ERC20 or ERC223 compatible tokens in independent deployments. Please check out our repository documentation: https://github.com/raiden-network/microraiden.

Jan 23, 2018
Merge pull request #397 from pcppcp/pypi_version_bump
bump pypi maintenance version

@LefterisJP LefterisJP released this Nov 30, 2017 · 456 commits to master since this release

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Microraiden Bug Bounty Main Net Release 0.1.0

We are happy to announce the first Microraiden release with smart contracts deployed on the main net. This allows developers to start building Microraiden-based applications now.

The focus of this release is testing and receiving feedback from developers who plan to integrate Microraiden into their product.

Restrictions of the Bug Bounty Release

This is a bug bounty main net release. We recommend using only small amounts of RDN as channel deposits. To that end, we have limited the maximum deposit to 100 RDN.

We plan for subsequent release without this restriction after thorough public testing and feedback. Note, that the protocol may change, as the used signing format as proposed in EIP712 is not finalized yet.

Smart Contract Deployment

The RaidenMicroTransferChannels contract has been deployed on the main net: https://etherscan.io/address/0x4d6e0922e6b703f0fdf92745343a9b83eb656402

The following parameters were used:
token_address: 0x255aa6df07540cb5d3d297f0d0d4d84cb52bc8e6
challenge_period: 8640 (blocks, rough equivalent of 36 hours)

There have been internal and external audits of above contract. That being said:
All contracts are WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Use at your own risk.

For all intended usage, please refer to the MIT license used for this project.

Microraiden can be used off-the-shelf with RDN tokens or can be configured to work with any ERC20 or ERC223 compatible tokens in independent deployments. Please check out our repository documentation: https://github.com/raiden-network/microraiden.