We never lose sight of our goal of bringing blockchains closer together and enabling interoperability for a true multichain world.
We never lose sight of our goal of bringing blockchains closer together and enabling interoperability for a true multichain world. Our "Roadmap" section displays the tasks our team is currently working on, as well as the milestones that have already been achieved in the past. While this roadmap provides a detailed outlook for the near future, please note that it might be subject to change.
Our Code Release will make the Pantos smart contracts openly accessible, fostering transparency and community involvement.
We will introduce new initiatives to improve the accessibility of PAN outside of Bitpanda and improve transparency.
External Code Audits ensure every line of our software meets the highest standards of safety and reliability. The first stage of the audit should be completed in Q2 to ensure a safe token migration.
Before launching the mainnet, we will be finally migrating PAN to the Pantos Digital Asset Standard. Turning PAN into a native multichain token that works across multiple chains.
Launching soon, our Bug Bounty Programme promises some of the industry's highest rewards for those who help us uncover and address vulnerabilities, ensuring the security of the network and protocol.
Following the public beta and further security tests and audits, the Pantos network will be launched in the mainnets of the supported blockchains.
To ensure reliability and resilience, we will gradually decentralise the validation process of Pantos.
In January, we released the service node software. Service Nodes process Pantos transfer requests, marking the first step towards building a decentralized Pantos network.
Pantos is built with the principles of open source at heart. In our initial Code Release we made all core components openly accessible, fostering transparency and community involvement.
Implementation of off-chain bids for more efficient service nodes.
Easy creation and deployment of multichain tokens across supported chains.
As part of the public beta and our efforts to boost adoption for our multichain token solution, we introduced a new digital asset standard. The Pantos Digital Asset standard is based on the ERC-20 standard and incorporates additional Pantos functions to enable seamless interoperability within the network.
Integration of the EVM-based Chains Cronos, Celo & Fantom in the Pantos network.
With the public launch of Pantos, we introduced a true multi-blockchain token system and launched a brand new user interface, new features, and an improved user experience.
The release of our early access, marks the first release of Pantos on supported testnets. Everyone can try out the Pantos technology for the first time.
During our closed beta period, we invited the most active community members to try the early Pantos web app and give us feedback.
Integration of the BNB Chain, Avalanche and Polygon in the Pantos network.
The Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), another leading research institute, joined CDL-BOT. This partnership brings additional expertise, resources, and entirely new research disciplines.
We opened a Christian Doppler research laboratory with our partner IOTA and the Austrian government focused on the topic of blockchain interoperability and the Internet of things.
Building numerous prototypes, incorporating different approaches to achieve cross-chain token transfers and communication (i.e., Cross-chain smart contract calls).
During our initial research phase, our researchers at TU Wien (Technical University of Vienna) wrote and published a total of 10 technical whitepapers outlining the research results and progress quarterly.