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The Baseline Protocol is an open source initiative that combines advances in cryptography, messaging, and distributed ledger technology to enable confidential and complex coordination between enterprises while keeping data in systems of record. This repo serves as the main repo for the Baseline Protocol, containing core packages, examples, and reference implementations.

  • Updated May 16, 2022
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Garandor
Garandor commented Apr 25, 2022

Currently, each time a runtime upgrade is supposed to be deployed, the correct sequence of extrinsics and governance proposals is called manually.

As a Core Team member, I would like to issue the extrinsics to register a runtime upgrade via Governance in an automated fashion.

This could be implemented for example by using https://github.com/paritytech/subxt

HarryR
HarryR commented Aug 29, 2018

I am a user, I want to use Miximus, I have tokens or Ether which I want to convert into anonymised tokens. How do I do this?

Once my tokens have been anonymised I need to withdraw them again, to convert them back to the original tokens or Ether that I originally deposited. I should also be able to give these anonymised tokens to other people, without revealing that it was I that deposited them.

enhancement good first issue
AntoineRondelet
AntoineRondelet commented Apr 1, 2021

As per the title, it wouldn't hurt to add more git hooks to this repo, especially pre-commit ones to make sure no style violation happens within commits, and to catch such hiccups asap instead of waiting for the CI to fail.
The pre-commit tool looks like a good way to manage various pre-commit hooks, so it may be interesting to look into adding support for this tool l

good first issue code-quality tooling

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