Offshift Dev Update, Late February 2022: Key Storage & UI

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Offshift is working with Zokyo to develop the platform that will finally bring private decentralized finance – PriFi – to Ethereum Layer 1.

Here’s a progress update for late February, 2022.

In our last Dev Update in late January, we talked about the work being done with key storing logic. (Quick recap: commitment status changes for actions like withdrawing, receiving, depositing, or transferring funds. The team is working on how the data for commitments will be structured.)

Since the last update, the team has completed events parsing for key storing. All commitments (and their keys) that are generated can now be checked to confirm such a transaction exists. Additionally, double-checking along 5-second intervals is enabled, so Offshift users can always access up-to-date statuses for their commitments on the network.

The team is also releasing the first previews of the user interface, pictured below. The interface will be deployed locally in the browser after deploying docker.

1) Screenshot of the deposit UI:

2) Screenshot of the “Choose Commitments” UI:

3) Screenshot of the Withdrawal UI:

👇 A preview of what’s in the works 👇

  • Implementation of the logic for complex payments is still underway.
  • The logic for automatically saving keys during an operation is in progress.

About Offshift

Offshift is leading private decentralized finance (PriFi) with the world’s first Private Derivatives Platform. It leverages zero-knowledge (zk) proofs and sources reliable, real-time price feeds from Chainlink’s decentralized oracle network to enable users to mint zkAssets, an unprecedented line of fully private synthetics. Offshift’s mostly anonymous team has developed a trusted reputation for their thorough privacy research, development and execution.

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