Many Vite community builders have inquired about ways to develop a Vite-based platform that enables minting, auction, and trading of NFTs. This document outlines one approach that seems sensible to the Vite Labs team.
Note this is a VERY simple approach. For instance, this doesn’t take into consideration the “approval” function as outlined in Ethereum’s EIP-1155 (allowing another operator to manage one’s tokens). As such, there may be many other approaches, and we encourage community builders to explore them.
In case you’re unaware, Vite Labs is hosting a hackathon, and building an NFT platform is one of the bounties. …
Come build on the Vite network! Vite Labs is a proud sponsor of Gitcoin’s Grants Round 10 Hackathon and will be giving away rewards up to 1 million VITE.
Vite is the world’s first working DAG-based smart contract platform. We designed and built the Vite mainnet from the ground up to enable lightning-fast transactions with zero fees.
To accommodate the asynchronous structure of Vite, we created the programming language Solidity++ based on the original Solidity. Vite uses Hierarchical Delegated Proof of Stake (HDPoS) as the consensus protocol and a Snapshot Chain to ensure network security. In addition, we have piloted…
We are pleased to announce the release of a new VITE ERC-20 token, as outlined in initial steps of our Vite 2.0 gameplan. This move will expand the liquidity of the VITE asset, and as a side effect, put upward pressure on its value in the long run. This is also in line with our general strategy of giving assets on the Vite chain greater access to the broader blockchain ecosystem, such as that for Ethereum.
For the sake of convenience, we will call this new token V2E in this document. Here is V2E’s token contract on Ethereum. As you…
Dear Vite Community:
The Vite team was established in June 2018. Over the last two years, we delivered a number of high-quality products and services, and successfully created a high-performance, zero-fee public chain. The Vite chain now powers many real-world applications such as decentralized exchanges and payment, and has accumulated a wide range of global users.
Does this mean that it’s “mission accomplished” for Vite? On the contrary, and in my humble opinion, our work is just getting started. We have long-term goals, and we are excited about the work ahead of us.
If we call our work up to…
In celebration of the new year, Vite Labs will be giving away a total of 80,000 VITE as a present to the entire Vite community!
For two weeks, users who have mined VX through trading-as-mining, market-making-as-mining, referral-as-mining, or staking-as-mining on ViteX are eligible for receiving our giveaway.
To be eligible, you must also follow our social media accounts (We will send a Google form to verify this at the end of the campaign):
We are creating a community-run Vite Developer Committee (“The Committee”) that will oversee the proposal, development, and reward of new projects on the Vite chain. Funding (currently set at 500k VITE per month) for project developers will be provided by Vite Labs.
The Committee is responsible for organizing community-based software development effort on the Vite chain.
The Committee will consist of core Members of the Vite Techies Club. In case you’re unaware, Vite Techies Club is a group of technically-inclined Vite enthusiasts that regularly hold events discussing technical matters that concern the Vite chain. …
On October 29th, we released Vite iOS App v3.8.1 and Vite Android App v3.7.7. The new release fixes a number of problems and improves the stability of the App.