Where we’ve been and our promise for the future.
Luna release introduces the first test compensation system, utilizing tokens on the Ethereum test network. It is intended to be the testbed for experimentation with the protocol mechanisms and determining optimal monetary mechanisms.
Mechta brings a fully compliant GS1 EPCIS (product visibility) standard importer for OriginTrail as well as the documentation of the incentive model to be implemented until the testnet.
This release introduces several improvements including a further generalization of the graph logic based on usage insights, enabling easier addition of further standards and an improved version of the compensation system.
Kosmos we will see improvements to the GS1 import integration experience, by adding full GS1 data validation to further speed up integrations, as well as the first implementation of the market bidding mechanisms. Finally by this release we will publish our blockchain virtualization documentation explaining the blockchain layer of the protocol.
With the insights from performance and usage of the protocol, Zond will introduce a fully standardized and documented OriginTrail graph structure as well as compatibility with Neo4j database to allow further flexibility in the data layer for implementation (ability to choose more than one database). This release also introduces the first version of the zero-knowledge privacy sublayer in the protocol.
Surveyor will be the first release to utilize the consensus check (the validation mechanism for interactions between supply chain parties used in OriginTrail protocol) based on the privacy sublayer of OT protocol. It will also introduce improvements to the bidding mechanism and token utilization.
Third-party reviewed prediction model to estimate the demand for TRAC token based on the level of usability of the protocol.
With Explorer we will introduce another standard (apart from implemented GS1 EPCIS and initial standardization), which will be determined in contact with the use cases and implementation feedback. Further improvements will be implemented to the privacy layer as well.
Moving closer to the testnet release, Lunar Orbiter will bring a new version of the consensus check within the privacy layer as well as an improved payment mechanism with test tokens. It qualifies as the Release Candidate release for the testnet.
Apollo is the first beta version of the testnet protocol and implements all the features set for development. With the growing usage of the protocol and identified improvement proposals, we will be moving towards a mainnet launch in Q3.
Introducing Interim Chairman, Interim General Secretary and beginning the transition period. (Read more)
Performing Open data pilot utilising Bitcoin blockchain datasets.
Expanding partnership network to 4 European Union-funded consortia. (Read more)
Based on the results from tests, publishing the Freedom Data layer specification for public review.
nOS integration with DigitalOcean, AWS and Oracle Cloud
Introducing a generic JSON-LD based protocol level file format - OT-JSON (Read more)
Separated architecture between converters (transpilers) and importers (Read more)
The full Freedom data layer specification is available here
The new improved Freedom data layer API documentation with increased graph traversal flexibility is available here.
Read more about data connectors and their role in the consensus check here.
Data holder job agreements will be redistributed in case of node failover
Improved settings for different data holding scenarios (data lifespan, data size).
Launch of a streamlined version of nOS.
Improved user experience with easier node key management
Optimizing the node operational costs by lowering hardware requirements and blockchain usage optimization
nOS cryptocurrency exchange integration
Data marketplace infrastructure implementation
Upgraded litigation mechanism according to protocol spec
Additional data privacy options with zero-knowledge algorithms update