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VARA Network Approves v1.1.1 Governance Proposal to Enhance User Experience

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VARA Network Approves v1.1.1 Governance Proposal to Enhance User Experience

VARA Network, the initial standalone L1 decentralized network operating under the Gear Protocol, has disclosed another major development. The platform has excitedly reported the release of its latest v1.1.1 governance proposal and the subsequent acceptance thereof by the community members. In its recent blog post on Medium, it revealed that the proposal includes several exclusive updates.

V1.1.1 Governance Proposal of VARA Network Gets Authorization from the Community

It added that the respective updates focus on improving the consumer experience as well as the entire ecosystem in general. Following the effective tests concerning the v1.1.1 tag, the network made a proposal that would incorporate the required updates. The proposal took into account the crates upgrade to v1.1.1 along with some other things.

The updates additionally included the adjustment of weights of WASM and extrinsic calls, to improve the overall efficiency. In addition to that, they also comprised a unique testing operation in getest along with a CLI utility called “gring.” The introduction of these things emphasizes bolstering the client experience and testing capabilities.

The community members voted and authorized the updates via a governance proposal. It had a backing of up to ≈238.15M VARA. The activation of the upgrade occurred at the block “9,876,543.” This matchlessly integrates the latest version onto the network’s mainnet. The proposal dealing with release v1.1.1 necessitates substantial advancements for DeFi enthusiasts. With this advancement, VARA Network is progressing on its mission to shift the Web3 paradigm.

Latest Updates in the Proposal Aim at Improving User Experience

It involves updates like the adjustment of crate versions, the inclusion of a testing operation in gtest, as well as the implementation of “gring” (a CLI utility) for improved user experience. Moreover, glitch fixes and extra features such as voucher declination target the improvement in flexibility and the stability of the network. The network eyes mainstream adoption with such developments.