There is no long-winded roadmap to be advertised. As of today, all features we plan to release are active in our testnets e.g. Toorak and Flinders and currently undergoing testing. We welcome all contributors and community members to read our documentation and get involved.
The entire code base is open source and available on GitHub:
The Ledgerium Blockchain aims to keep the roadmap in synch with classical Ethereum and Quorum protocol. Following features will be added in the coming years.
Smart Contract-based network permissions
Enable On-chain Ledgerium Improvement Plan based Governance
Enable Delegator based Block Producers to operate
Performance benchmark guidelines
Organisation-level privacy addressing
Asset Transfer with Privacy (ZSL)
Ethereum Infura like Ledgerium Engine system to which developers can connect to write transactions on the Ledgerium Blockchain.
Create Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) to make the developer experience smoother
Enabling sidechains for micropayment for block producers
Transaction parallelization through Sharding
Transaction Manager clusters and auto-recovery of data in case of loss
Private Contract extensibility
User authentication with a built-in user registry for JSON RPC APIs
Database adapters for better querying
Support of IPFS and integration with different storage systems
Explore tooling to provide increased granularity for smart contract data searches
Compute rent fees
Cross Shards communication
State-of-the-art WASM engines to improve smart contract performance