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Hey folks, there have been a lot going on in these months, so we thought
of giving the community an update on what we achieved and what we are
currently working on, but first we want to thank our sponsors and
contributors, which through donations and active support are being
fundamental in making Haveno become reality. Thank you really, really much.
## Final version of the trade protocol
We finalized our trade protocol and we are in the process of
implementing it in the code. To make this possible, we added some
functionalities to monero-wallet-rpc (freeze and thaw outputs)
The trade protocol is here:
The pull request implementing it:
Feedback is very welcome and encouraged. Instructions about how to
compile Haveno are in the repository.
## Improvements to Monero's multisignature with the help of Monero
developers and MRL researchers
Monero's multisig protocol hasn't received much attention since its
implementation (mostly for lack of projects using it), so it's quite
clunky and has multiple issues that need to be resolved before being
We are currently working with Monero developers and researchers to make
sure multisig is ready and rock solid for when Haveno will be live.
These improvements will be beneficial not only for Haveno, but also for
any other project planning to use multisignatures.
We track the progress on this front on Github:
## Design work is ongoing
Our lead designer Deanero started to work on Haveno's user interface.
Work is ongoing and progresses can be tracker on the Kanban project
board on Github: https://github.com/haveno-dex/haveno-design/projects/1.
If you wish to contribute to the Design deve
lopment, join the dedicated
room on Matrix (#haveno-design:haveno.network) or IRC/Libera
If you wish to work in exchange for XMR take a look at our bounty
program. It's already up and running!
The issues avialable for a bounty in XMR are tracked on a dedicated
Kanban board on Github: https://github.com/orgs/haveno-dex/projects/2
Would you like to contribute to Haveno in exchange for XMR but there is
nothing that suit you yet? Just contact us and let us know what would
you like to work on, if we think it worth it, we will gladly add a
bounty for the job. The conditions for receiving a bounty are explained
## Vulnerability in Bisq found and disclosed
On July we found and disclosed a serious vulnerability in Bisq, the
project we forked to create Haveno. The vulnerability allowed malicious
actors to harvest sensitive data from users (bank accounts, na
potentially home addresses) at no cost.
The problem was fixed in Bisq release 1.7.0, also thanks to the help and
suggestions of our team.
Some details were posted on Twitter:
We changed our email address from the temporary havenodex(a)protonmail.com
to contact(a)haveno.exchange. You can also reach out to the team and the
community on Matrix (#haveno:haveno.network) or IRC/Libera (#haveno).
The repositories are on Github: https://github.com/haveno-dex/.
The Haveno team