This roadmap is community driven and subject to change, represents prior achievements (non-comprehensive) and estimated timelines for future plans.
A necessary update implementing one of the best known algorithms in order to mitigate flash mining issues as a new altcoin, with a pull request made upstream as a contribution back to Monero.
A new and easy to use GUI wallet was intended to be available, but time constraints pushed instead for porting one over from Monero for use while this initiative is merged with the mobile wallet goal.
Both upstream features. Multi-sig will allow for trustless off-chain transactions that would otherwise require a counterparty. Subaddresses allow a single Masari private key to issue multiple subaddresses, expanding beyond payment IDs.
We've created our own CN variant in order to further secure against malicious network attacks, while being more stable and CPU friendly.
This feature unique to Masari delivers a more secure network, faster blocks, and rewards miners for orphaned blocks.
This is a social protocol being developed as a guideline to encourage contribution and decentralize project stewardship.
Pending further research, this investigates PoW sharding potential of the CryptoNote protocol by taking advantage of one-time public key outputs to partition/shard the transactions into a scalable blocktree.
Masari's original website was terrible on mobile and was not able to be easily contributed to. Thanks to community developers, Masari's website received a fresh new look and is available in multiple languages!
Based on the success of our web wallet and mobile wallet, we used the same technologies to introduce a desktop version of our web wallet!
As a community driven project with limited developers, we began our search for the right developer to complete this task in 2020. We expect it to be finished by Q4 2021. By rebasing, we gain the benefits of latest Monero technology while keeping the unique features of Masari!
Post rebase, our unique client-side privacy wallets will receive updates in which we will update our bulletproofs code (a type of range proof) reducing the cost of fees for transactions sent using these wallets. An additional UI for mobile will also be made available.
We want Masari to remain simple and easy to use. We understand not everyone can wait on a blockchain or wallet to fully synchronize. We want to make this easier on the end-user by creating a hosted wallet service that focuses on speed and ease of use.
Not everyone wants to sign up to an exchange to buy or sell. That's why we are wanting to build out an easy swap service to allow you to purchase or sell Masari using Bitcoin and others without the need for an account.
The key piece to making Masari the most scalable private blockchain. View the Blocktree whitepaper here
Without smart contracts, this features the ability to issue private digital assets in the network easily by the end user, with any computational logic using interchangeable off-chain architecture.