Tracks research and discussions related to: https://fioprotocol.atlassian.net/browse/WP-311
The goal of this initiative is to better define what a FIO certified wallet/exchange program would look like. What are the goals? What content best achieves those goals?
There are several goals for the certified wallet/exchange program:
Provide a resource so users can make an informed choice about which FIO wallet to use
Give integrators a platform that provides details on which FIO features are included in their integration
Provide feedback to integrators regarding where their integration stands in relation to other integrations
It is tricky to define the criteria for “certification.”
How do you account for platforms that inherently support fewer features?
Does certification include subjective factors such as usability?
Different content that might be valuable to a user looking for a FIO integrated wallet:
Detailed list of supported features
Which platforms are supported
Community rating. We would need to research different ways to accomplish this.
Usage data. Similar to what is presented in Grafana: address registrations, current activity, etc.
Links to demo videos
Open bugs/issues (e.g., Trust Wallet does not work well on iOS)
Should the focus be less about certification and more about helping users make an informed choice about which FIO integrated wallet to choose?
Do we do a silver/gold/platinum type "stamp of approval" certification? Or just provide data?
Is it FIO certifying, or could it be self-reporting by wallets and exchanges?
Do we want to QA the integration as part of certification? Is this meaningful if a feature can break in a future release?
Clearly define the goals of the certification program.
Decide where to present the certification content (e.g., Devhub)