Moonly weekly progress update #30

Happy New Year to everyone, God bless you all!
I hope you had a nice New Year’s Eve, with your loved ones and in the circle of your family.
I wish you lots of health, happiness, and love!

Weekly devs progress:

- Write a script to simplify the new tx parser testing
- Finished pagination in monitor table (not deployed)
- Fixed meta tags
- Fixed titles in images
- Finished skeleton UI for NFT cards
- Investigating parser improvement
- Fixing the metadata-scraper issue
- Researched options to decrease the Big Database disk space consumption
- Resolved deployment problems on moonlydev
- Researched the possibility to compress data in the Big DB
- Design the flow of the holder verification feature
- Design DB schema for verification settings in Bot DB
- Wrote API on moonly-API for trait list of collection
- Wrote resolvers in Moonly-bot for discord roles and traits
- Added validation on frontend forms to not accept input without https:// protocol
- Integrated Discord role API
- Modified trait API and integrated it into the front-end
- Integrated verification setting API
- Modified different logic to display these data correctly

Staking (Locking):

- Finished Stake Creation
- Implemented Collection Update Functionality
- Added admin functions in the admin area
- Fixed metadata storage issue, it’s showing up well in the wallet
- Investigated wallet issues and improved anchor program code flow
- Implemented Collection Owner Validation in Smart Contract

Portfolio Tracker:

- Cleaned up and restructured the token-tracker package
- Started scraping Token Transactions IDs on scale
- Deployed live-feed-worker and tokens metadata scrapers on production
- Investigated tokens metadata scrapers operation
- Designed workflow for the on-demand Transaction Logs
- Reviewed & merged fixes to identify more transactions types
- Merged serving token metadata from the uploads folder
- Reviewed and merged the separation of the token tracker API into the token tracker

Upcoming NFT projects to mint:

Minted projects worth mentioning: