XCM Disclosure: Interlay Network
Interlay is a decentralized platform empowering Bitcoin with smart contracts, DeFi, and Web3 functionalities. It features a core layer providing a decentralized BTC bridge and customizable custody system, coupled with a modular application layer hosting native DEX, lending, oracle, and multi-chain bridging services. All this is encapsulated in a robust smart contract layer, supporting both EVM and Rust programming languages.
- Network website: https://interlay.io/
- Network Twitter: @interlayHQ
- Network Discord: Interlay | Kintsugi (Official)
- Network Telegram: @interlay_community
Q1: Is the Blockchain Code Open-Source (and include Github link)?:
If parts of the code are not open source: please provide information on why not
Yes, Interlay is an open source network.
Github: Interlay · GitHub
Chain: GitHub - interlay/interbtc: interBTC: Trustless Bitcoin Anywhere
Q2: Is Sudo-enabled on the Network? If Sudo is disabled, is the Network controlled by a select group of addresses?
Yes, sudo is disabled. The sudo pallet is present but the key is not set.
Q3: Is the Network controlled by a select group of addresses (<50 addresses)?
It isn’t - we don’t have a council and anyone can particpate in governance
Q4: Have you completed full testing of this integration in Moonbase Alpha?
Yes, integration has been tested on Moonbase Alpha.
Q5: (For Moonbeam XCM/HRMP Proposals Only) Does your network have a Kusama deployment? If yes, please provide Network name and whether your Kusama deployment is integrated with Moonriver
Yes. Interlay does have a Kusama deployment, the name is Kintsugi (https://kintsugi.interlay.io/), and it is integrated with Moonriver.
Q6: Is your blockchain code Audited? If yes, please provide: i. the name of Auditors, ii. dates of audit reports and, if available, links to audit reports.
The network has been audited several times. The reports and auditors can be found here: interbtc/docs/audits at master · interlay/interbtc · GitHub
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