Introducing Raze Network Roadmap V2.0 — Homestead
To all Razers,
Having completed the Raze Network Mainnet Launch on Binance Smart Chain, the most important milestone so far, we are ready to move on to a bolder vision. We have completed the strategic planning and now we need a roadmap for what to deliver.
This brand new roadmap, in our opinion, is going to be an enhancement to the preceding plan and it is going to serve as a completely new technical map for us when navigating the next development stage.
And we also feel it is necessary to announce it to our communities out of decentralized governance reasons and in a self-help manner. It forces us to be specific and forthright about the journey ahead. After all, specificity turns chaos into a thing that we can deal with. If we only have a vague sense of what they are, we are likely to struggle with it until we can define it explicitly and give it a concrete form.
With that being said, this is the Raze Network V2.0 — Homestead in a concrete form 👇
⏩ Integration with Metamask
⏩ Raze Wallet for Private Assets
⏩ EVM and Web3 Compatibility
⏩ Public Security Auditing
⏩ Raze Bridge for Interoperable Privacy
What is the roadmap?
This roadmap is a list of what our teams will be working on in the coming months: new features and products.
We will be working on the things that expand Raze Network functionalities, especially in interacting with external wallets and networks. This roadmap should give a sense of when and what you can expect something to be released.
Of course, we will update the roadmap indefinitely to meet future development missions.
About Raze Network
Raze Network is a cross-chain privacy protocol. It is built as a native privacy layer that can provide end-to-end anonymity for the entire DeFi stack. The Raze Network applies zkSNARKs to the Zether framework to build a second-layer decentralized anonymous module. The objective of Raze Network is to enable cross-chain privacy-preserving payment and trading systems while protecting the transparency of your assets and behaviors from surveillance.