First of all, thanks again for all the great support during the last Gitcoin GR12 round! (https://gitcoin.co/grants/3522/krebit
) it was very encouraging to see so many people interested in decentralized identity and reputation.
Now that the holidays are behind, just wanted to give a first update about progress in Krebit’s development the last couple of weeks:
First step has been updating and making public Krebit’s code. We’ve been adding more test cases to the solidity contracts, and adding the OpenZepelling Upgradable Proxy support. Git repo: https://github.com/KrebitDAO/krb-contracts
One of the main things that have changed since Krebit’s testnet was launched back in August last year, is the new EIP712 Verifiable Credentials W3C draft (https://w3c-ccg.github.io/ethereum-eip712-signature-2021-spec/), which is very similar to what Krebit was doing in the beginning, so now we’re updating the schemas and datamodels to use this schema. Git repo: https://github.com/KrebitDAO/eip712-vc
4. Krebit Protocol and DAO: Krebit is an Identity verification protocol & DAO for expanding the #Web3 of Trust in the #metaverse. On this phase of the project, the focus will be on creating tools for many DApps to be able to use the Krebit Protocol for Identity verification, and preparing the launch of the Krebit DAO using an NFT airdrop with different voting power based on roles in the protocol: i.e. verifier, ambassador, sponsor, investor, holder (more to come on this)
- Updating the KRB token subgraph with the new contracts.
- Updating the Testnet dapp with thew new version of the code.
- Prepare the Krebit DAO launch.
- Include Krebit identity verification on other Ceramic apps.
- Choose a L2 solution (suggestions welcome!)
Alejandro from Krebit