Evolution of architecture and future roadmap
As the architecture evolves over time, it will focus on making it more scalable, interoperable, secure and flexible in terms of how new smart contracts can be added to it by the community developers. Some of the core aspects which will be taken up in the Phase 2 Study and implementation are:
  • Smart Contract execution and security using TEE, utilizing Zeeve SCAPE capabilities.
  • Secure key management and cryptography using Zeeve SCAPE- based TEE designs.
  • A reverse weight fee model approach allows developers to prefill the cost of execution.
  • Capability to allow developers to add new features/Smart Contracts as pluggable modules
  • RUST based smart contract capabilities directly into the Substrate based chain.
  • Zeeve SCAPE enabled ARM TrustZone based Game Client secure wallet implementations.
  • Voting and Decentralized Governance for Community Smart Contracts and operation of the Network
  • Allowing anyone to host nodes and participate to bring in more transparency over time.
  • Allows developers to shift existing workloads of the EVM chain and logic to the Substrate chain and extend the reach of their applications to new users and assets.
  • Add sidechain capability to the substrate chain, so as to allow some large gaming services, the capability to build and implement a completely independent token ecosystem.
The approach to Phase 2 will be research driven and will take in account the study of the frameworks, technologies and protocol available till date. The outcome of the research will be a detailed feature spec alongside an evolved architecture to be taken up as a major upgrade to the Smart Contract as a Service architecture proposed in Phase I.
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