This week was very intense.
The main thing we've been working on - adaptation of the system for high loads in different directions.
First of all - CryptoKitties showed, that you can't be sure of anything in the Ethereum world 🙂
We had to change withdrawals/deposits system again to solve the problems with "not mined" transactions: default amount of blocks after which Ethereum thinks that transaction was not mined is 50. But it doesn't work now - for some transactions, you have to wait for 80-90 blocks. So, as we couldn't wait for the update of Ethereum clients, we had to implement such modifications by ourselves.
We think that it is the last fundamental update of the withdrawal system and currently it should work very smooth. The queue of transactions will be processed the next few days (I hope it will be done tomorrow).
The second step of adaptation for a high load is microservices architecture. We are increasing potential capacity of our servers and infrastructure to fit high loads on our servers in the near future after the few big news.
The third thing - expiration date. As we stated last week - all asset-linked token holders should receive their LA and they have successfully received them. It was done in an automated way, so it will be done much faster on the next expiration date (will be announced soon).
The fourth thing is not very related to the development itself, but it has been one of the main activities this week - hiring. More than 30 interviews with high skilled developers from our weekly blockchain meetups give us a strong way to scale our dev team and to be capable of creating highly demanded features for our platform faster to make you happy 🙂
Thank you, stay tuned!