The weeks seem to fly by here at the Divi offices, and there’s always so much to talk about so let’s jump right in.
mMOCCI in live testing
Stabilization and optimization of the mMOCCI protocol are now complete, and we are testing the feature on Divi’s live main network. Beta testers got their hands on the latest builds this morning and are reporting any issues with functionality and UX now.
The mMOCCI roadmap item has been updated to 90% and will be 100% on launch.
Our mMOCCI (mobile masternode one-click cloud installer) is ready to go into testing this week! Here's a sneak preview 😉 pic.twitter.com/xqn7dGB24F
Three significant issues were close on the post-upgrade test network. Build 1.0.7 has is undergoing testing now and we are addressing additional issues.
Easy on-ramp development
The easy on-ramp implementation UX is coming along nicely and will continue improving in the coming weeks.
The easy on-ramp will appear first on the Divi Project website and later in the desktop and mobile applications. The feature allows users to quickly swap several top ten coins or fiat (geo-restrictions apply) for Divi, and vice-versa.
This implementation is made possible by leveraging the CryptoWolf API. You can already use their non-custodial swap technology to purchase Divi and several other crypto assets now.
Here's a sneak preview of what our users can expect when purchasing Divi via the easy on ramp we are building in partnership with @CryptoWolf_eu. The implementation will launch first on our website, then on both mobile and desktop wallets. Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/LTF5Rmw89w
We successfully on-boarded two new members of the development team this week. We are still going through all of the human resources protocols but we are excited to expand our development resources and once all of the paperwork is complete, we will add their bios to the website.
We are still looking for additional developers, so do not hesitate to reach out to us if you feel you might be a good fit for our team!
Divi Project dev community
A new microcosm of the Divi ecosystem emerged this week when a community member created the Divi Development Community Telegram Channel. This small group is sharing ideas, development feedback, and testing fun, new, community-driven products that benefit the Divi community. If you’re a developer, who wants to contribute, join the group using the link above.
Divi in the media
Divi received several mentions in media this week.