The most recent Overledger release includes many enhancements for users to enjoy.
Quant just released Overledger Release 1.5 to enhance mainnet compatibility.
Quant’s new version allows the mainnet to connect to the Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Ripple blockchains via Overledger. There enhances compliance, and upgraded developer portal UI, and a KYC process for mainnet access in this new release.
Overledger’s security strengthens with required identity checks in the latest version. These tests require to meet regulatory compliance requirements for using Overledger production environments. These checks also support mobile and desktop platforms.
In addition, the Overledger Test Environment and Overledger Production Environment moves to AWS EKS clusters. The Quant engineering team carried out this move to improve robustness.
The robustness of Quant’s testnet and mainnet nodes enhances due to the relocation.
Developer Portal User Interface
The Developer Portal’s user interface improves in this new release. One of the unique elements of the Developer Portal UI is an environment selection. This environment picker will simplify the transition between the test and production environments.
The Overledger 1.5 Developer Portal UI includes a “My Profile” tab. This page will give consumers a more tailored experience. Quant’s technical expertise has additionally modified the user flow. As a result, the next Overledger Community Network release will necessitate the use of required wallets.
This new edition has abolished the requirement to have two Developer Portal accounts to be both a developer and an RCG operator. As a result, the Quant team has built a new method for developers to generate mDApp IDs.
Enhancement Overledger Experience
With this latest edition, Quant is no longer required to authorize user account requests. The Quant team has set up an automated approval procedure to authorize new users as soon as their email addresses are verified.
Upgrades have also been made to the vital creation journey, the “Create Account” form, and the wallet creation user journey to provide a better user experience.
Overledger’s next release, expected for the spring of 2021, will enable community members to host remote connector gateways with their nodes, part of the Overledger Network Family.
Quant has collaborated with AUCloud, gaining access to the Australian government and defense businesses. Quant is also working with MIT, the US government, Intel, Juniper, and telecom and payment businesses to develop the Open Digital Asset Protocol (ODAP). It is expected for Quant to enter into new partnerships and collaborations.
At the time of publication, Quant’s price was $36.32, with a 24-hour trading volume of $4,868,345. The cost of QNT has also dropped by 7.3 percent in the last 24 hours.
Furthermore, it has a circulating supply of 12.3 million QNT coins and a maximum supply of 14.6 million QNT coins. Uniswap (v2) is also the most active exchange trading QNT at the moment.