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๐ŸŒฑ Hello Chia holders and Hashgreen readers, welcome back to another weekly update. In the previous update, we explained two fundamental ideas in decentralized finance (DeFi), that is, order books and swaps. Some of you may already know these concepts, but we believe a succinct explanation is needed to let everybody know what's going on and what product they are using.

This week, we have a few updates that we would like to tell you about.

tl;dr

tutorial page, my orders pagination, adjustment of landing page on the mobile, and the update for amm.

What's Been Doneโ€‹

  • The tutorial for Hashgreen DEX is out now! Considering the complexity and the novelty of DEX, we release a tutorial segment as a guidance for users who are new to our page or not familiar with the landscape of DeFi.
Figure: Tutorial will pop out for first time users.

  • We will guide you through the main features of Hashgreen DEX, in the hope that you will quickly understand how to trade in Hashgreen DEX. (You can also visit our Docs for more information. ๐Ÿ’–)
Figure: Follow the steps to learn key features and how to trade.
Figure: You can always find the tutorial here in the navigation bar.

  • We've added pagination in My Orders. A page can display up to 8 transactions, and below the panel lay the pagination buttons where you can click to see your transactions collated and presented in different pages.
Figure: Click different pages to view your orders.

  • Our team has made a few adjustments to the appearance of our landing page on different mobile devices.

What's Rollingโ€‹

  • We at Hashgreen have had some gradual progress along the way building the AMM. The development is now in full swing. Our team has almost finished the smart contract's high-level design and only micro adjustments are needed for future implementation. We want to secure a seamless end-to-end trading experience in which our dApp interacts smoothly with the connected wallet.

  • Concrete plans of tokenomics and functionalities will be out around early September, and the same goes for the whitepaper. We will release an alpha version, "Alpha Testing", on the testnet and start testing it around early November. Alpha Testing is opened to community members on Testnet10. You are absolutely welcomed to join our Alpha Testing and if you do so, you can accrue alpha tester status (possibly rewards!). Once we make sure everything is well prepared and settled after Alpha Testing, we will formally launch the service, set to release in 2023, on Mainnet. By the time "Mainnet Launch" gets going, it will be available to everyone, accompanied by the releasing of Hashgreen token.

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ยท 3 min read
J.

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๐ŸŒฑ Welcome back to another Weekly Update from Hashgreen, Chia's holders and friends! In the previous update, we talked about the updates and guidelines for the translation project of Hashgreen DEX (you are always welcome to contact us via Discord or Twitter to suggest a language or offer to help with the translation), and this week we have brought you an important update especially for mobile device users.

What's Been Doneโ€‹

  • Thanks to the help from our translators, German has been updated to our DEX!

  • Users can now enjoy a better and smoother experience using mobile devices to visit Hashgreen DEX! What are the differences that you see? ๐Ÿง Tell us your feedback!

Figure: Try it out for yourself on the phone!
  • Our team has updated the interface of our DEX to make it render well with mobile devices, granting users an optimal experience no matter which mobile devices you are on.
Which devices do you use the most to visit our DEX? ๐Ÿ’ป or ๐Ÿ“ฑ?

When would you use your phone to check our DEX instead of your computer?

  • We did observe that there are a number of users who would visit our DEX on their phones from time to time and we believed that there indeed is some latent demand or at least some inherent tendency for the users to visit our website while they are checking their phones. That's why we released this update, adjusting the layout and the aesthetic of our website, for users who opt for mobile devices.

  • One of the reasons we did not make this feature a high priority in our development schedule is due to the fact that users cannot trade with their phones. There might be services that can solve this problem in the future, but for now it's not possible.

  • We asked the community about what devices do you use the most when you visit our DEX, and the answer pretty much echoes with our observation. According to our data in Google Analytics, around 80 percent of the users visit our DEX using their desktops, and 20 percent of them use mobile devices. Isn't this interesting? Although desktop users form the predominant part of our users, there is still demand and feedback from mobile device users.

  • If you have any questions regarding the update or you would like to offer help with the translation, please visit our Discord or Twitter and reach out to our members!

What's Rollingโ€‹

  • Our team is working on releasing an interactive introduction for users who visit our website for the first time.