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In July our Product & Engineering team has been working on two key initiatives:
Let's look deeper into these updates. And should you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out at [email protected].
In July, our primary focus was User Signing, a critical development specifically designed to facilitate Travel Rule transfers to and from private wallets. When combined with the Shyft Network attestation framework — which already supports transfers to and from hosted wallets — it forms a comprehensive Travel Rule solution that can handle all possible transfer scenarios.
We are eagerly looking forward to unveiling a beta release of this feature in August.
While working on User Signing development, we also made several improvements to our Veriscope Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC). These enhancements are part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring our infrastructure remains robust, reliable, and efficient.
For a detailed account of these enhancements, please refer to our Change Log at https://docs.veriscope.network/docs/latest/change-log.html#v4-2-5-2023-july-23-iac-improvements
Our Product & Engineering team continues showing unwavering dedication to improving the user experience by working on these vital projects. And we aim to keep up this momentum and raise the bar for excellence.
With that, we wrap up this update. We recommend keeping an eye on our Change Log at https://docs.veriscope.network/docs/latest/change-log.html for the latest updates and improvements.
Stay tuned for next month's edition, where we will bring you more updates from the exciting world of Veriscope development.