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Watchtowers (provide security to users in case their counterparty wants to take their funds when they are offline. Key for mobile dApps) and cross-blockchain payments (allowing to start payments on Lightning and finishing them on Lumino tokens and vice versa).
RNS 1.1 Upgrade
Auction elimination and replacement by direct purchase of domain.
Light Client + Invoicing + SDK
Beta release on RSK testnet (this will allow to store files in an encrypted and decentralized manner) and RNS integration (RIF Storage will also benefit from the multiple synergies among RSK and the other RIF Services).
RNS Reverse Resolution
RNS reverse resolution (allows to search for specific domains) and escrow service (simil GoDaddy to allow trustless sell/purchase of RNS domains).
Enabling light clients to connect to RIF Lumino Network without the need to run a full node. (Required for mobile integrations)
Adding invoicing functionality for Lumino payments (pre-defined QR codes to request payments).
Hub fees (allow Hubs to charge for the relay of transactions to reward their working capital. Very important to promote network scalability).
RSK mainnet launch plus RIF Lumino integration (Lumino allows to pay the economic incentive for the decentralized storage).
RIF Data Feeds
Beta release (MVP)
Integration with DNS (to allow owners of internet domains to register their same domain on RNS).
Lightning integration (through the RIF Payments libraries) and cross-token payments (Payments and atomic swaps between tokens in the RIF Lumino network).
Encrypted cloud storage (allowing users to easily encrypt their information in the cloud with the same interface. Ideal for heavy files that cannot afford swarm storage).
RNS & RIF
RNS dynamic resolution (“handshake”. Allows dynamic resolution of multiple addresses with the same domain ID).
Persistent storage (allows users to pay the network to store content that is not popular and the pay-per-retrieve model doesn’t work) and full UI & libraries to facilitate user interfaces and integrations.
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