Switcheo, a decentralized exchange project offering trading pairs on the NEO, ETH, and EOS blockchains, has announced its development roadmap for the third quarter of 2019. Before announcing its future plans, Switcheo also briefly looked back on its past three months of engineering, highlighted by the exchange’s addition of EOS trading pairs.
Switcheo reports that work on Switcheo’s standalone blockchain, Switcheo Chain, is receiving most of its development resources at this time. Work includes a custom block explorer to view Switcheo transactions, and an updated whitepaper describing the features and design of Switcheo Chain.
Other Development Plans
Switcheo is preparing to deploy the second iteration of its Ethereum exchange smart contract, with the aim of optimizing the use of Ethereum’s computing resources when executing trades on the blockchain. These optimizations are intended to decrease costs for Switcheo’s Ethereum users. Support for a greater variety of Ethereum tokens, such as tokens with deflationary transfer models, will also be added in the update. Additionally, support for EIP-712, which contains improvements to Ethereum’s transaction-signing interface, foreshadows similar improvements that are expected for the NEO blockchain.
A referral program is also planned for addition by early August, and will be rolled out for Switcheo Account holders first. In related news, Switcheo has also announced the launch of a “major marketing and awareness endeavor,” with more details forthcoming at a later date.
Finally, the quarter is expected to include iterative development of Switcheo’s user interface, wallet manager, and the release of previously promised open-source trading bots that are compatible with Switcheo.
Switcheo’s Exchange’s full Q3 2019 roadmap announcement can be viewed at the following link: