Dm3 protocol: messaging as a public good

Basic Details

Project name: dm3 protocol

Author name and forum name (please provide a reliable point of contact for the project):

Eduardo (TG @Vegayp)

L2 recipient address:


Which Voting Cycle are you applying for?: Cycle 11

I confirm that I have read the landing pages for the Builders 13 and Growth Experiments 15 Sub-Committees and that I have determined my proposal is best suited to be reviewed by the Builders Sub-Committee: Yes.

Project Details

What are you going to build?:

The dm3 protocol is a lightweight messaging protocol based on web3 technology, with a focus on secure end-2-end encryption, decentralization, scalability, and interoperability. The core of the protocol is a registry (dm3-registry) for the relevant communication information such as public keys for encryption and signatures and delivery information. Messages are delivered via a decentralized network of delivery service nodes that serve as a message cache or gateway to another messaging protocol or service.

The dm3 registry is based on ENS, i.e. the dm3 profile is added as a text record to the ENS name.

Storing data on Ethereum Mainnet is expensive hence it is appealing to use other storage solutions that offer more compelling rates. To facilitate this ERC-3668: CCIP Read: Secure offchain data retrieval introduces CCIP, a standard that can be used to securely retrieve off-chain data. While the solution is focussed on ENS, the methodology can be adapted to any other data from Optimism.

Optimism-Resolver is an CCIP Resolver that retrieves data from optimism and validates the integrity of this data in a trustles manner using merkle proofs.

The dm3 protocol can be utilized to make existing protocols and services interoperable, i.e. users of one ecosystem can easily send messages to users of another ecosystem. Messaging components based on dm3 (dm3 embedded) can be used by any dApp to integrate messaging functionality (e.g. for in-app messaging or support messaging).

With the available Optimism Resolver, applications can now implement the registry for their users in Optimism for an effective and cost-efficient way. The dm3 reference implementation uses Optimism-based profiles for dm3 users (ENS subdomains) that do not have their own ENS name.

Why is what you are going to build going to succeed?:

  1. We are building a Public Good, we don’t have any competitor, because as a Public good our intention is to implement our protocol to benefit the Optimism, the web3 messaging, and web3 ecosystem.

  2. We are building alongside the ENS community: a cohort of value driven developers, community members and enthusiasts.

  3. Managing ENS records is very expensive in mainnet, our solution brings a mass adoption case to ENS and optimism. The provided Optimism Resolver works trustlessly and can be used for any ENS application. The mechanism can be applied to any other information which must be verifiable on mainnet.

  4. We provide a standardized protocol for message exchange to web3 that enables interoperability for messaging in the Ethereum Ecosystem (inkl. L2s), other EVM-based chains, Non-EVM chains, as well as centralized services (like web2 messengers).

  5. The dm3 protocol enables interoperability without the need to change existing protocols and services significantly, without compromising security and privacy. This makes it easy to make protocols and services dm3 compatible. Existing dApps can use dm3 embedded components to integrate secure messaging with only 2 lines of code.

Is your project likely to bring new builders to the Optimism ecosystem? If so, please describe how:

Yes, by providing these components be labelled as a public good and open source:

  1. OptimisimProofVerifier [L1]: Contract on Ethereum Mainnet that can validate whether a sequence of data is stored on a certain optimism contract.

  2. OptimismResolver [L1]: Contract on Ethereum Mainnet that implements the ENSIP-10: Wildcard Resolution - ENS Documentation Flow

  3. PublicL2Resolver [OP]: A fork of the ens Public Resolver Contract on Layer2

  4. Proof-Provider Backend [Centralized]: Calculates the actual Proofs to each data read from optimism. The current implementation utilizes a centralized service for the proof generation. Nevertheless, provided proofs are trustless as the validity of the data is proven by merkle proofs. To eliminate the possible single point of failure of this service, a fully decentralised solution is in development.

This will allow developers, apps, and non-messaging projects to use the resolver for any ENS based applications, adapt the methodology to any other data verification problem, and to utilize the dm3 protocol to include messaging features.

The dm3 protocol aims to enable interoperability between messaging applications. Different ecosystems, protocols, and services can use the common ENS-based registry (dm3 registry) to publish communication parameters. Depending on the application, there is a need to create and manage dm3 profiles (and thus ENS names or subnames). With the possibility to do this on Optimism effectively and cheaply, Optimism is promoted as a platform for this information.

Is your project likely to improve the quality of developers in the Optimism ecosystem? If so, please describe how:

Yes, by allowing developers to build not only focusing on one chain, or one app, but with the interoperable factor embedded in their code.

Also, adding secure messaging functionalities to apps valorizes those apps by adding user friendly UX, even more, if this is interoperable with other messaging apps from the very beginning.

As shown in the milestones, we provide with the OptimismResolver a library which can be used by any other ENS bases application to build Layer-2 storage for ENS content. Also, we will integrate this in our reference implementation of dm3 allowing users to manage their profiles on Optimism. As this is a reference implementation, other projects implementing the dm3 protocol are invited to copy this approach

Is your project likely to improve the commitment of developers in the Optimism ecosystem? If so, please describe how:

We will provide a constant stream of updates to the protocol, as well as audits, and a community built code, so we are certain that many apps and protocols will remain on the optimism ecosystem to not only implement new updates to the original code that we provided, but also with the approach of building in consensus for the benefit of the ecosystem and therefore, their own protocols.

Provide us with links to any of the following for the project:

Do you have any metrics on the project currently? (TVL, transactions, volume, unique addresses, etc. Optimism metrics preferred; please link to public sources such as Dune Analytics, etc.):

The dm3 twitter account (@dm3protocol) has 682 followers.
The dm3 protocol has already been presented at several conferences (e.g. at Devcon 6 in Bogota , dm3 - Decentralized Secure and Open Messaging Protocol - YouTube), is intensively discussed in the ENS community (Standardization web3 messaging - Standards - ENS DAO Governance Forum, Dm3 - decentralized messaging for web3 - Integrations - ENS DAO Governance Forum) and received a small ENS public goods grant (ENS Small Grants). Dm3 was also discussed in several twitter spaces for example ​​ENS Town Hall | Q4 2022 - YouTube

The dm3 protocol coordinated with different web3 messaging providers, the first implementations into other protocols will be started in March.

The optimism resolver has just been finished, respectively some further developments are still in progress. Since the security audits have not yet been performed, these components are not yet in practical use. The deployment is also very closely coordinated with ENS developers.

Who are your competitors?:

There are several web2 and web3 messaging protocols, services, and apps. Actually, almost all of those applications are separated into siloed ecosystems with no interoperability. The dm3 protocol is the first protocol approach with special focus on interoperability, based on web3 technology. As the goal of dm3 is interoperability, other protocols, services, and apps are not considered as competitors but as cooperation partners to accomplish a interoperable messaging landscape.

For the Optimism Resolver other signer based implementations are known. Our implementation based on trustless proofs can be adapted and used for the ENS use-case or others.

What differentiates you from your competitors?:

Our implementation of the Optimism Resolver is open source and a public goods approach. Based on Merkle proofs for all involved storage slots, it works completely trustless.

The dm3 protocol is focused on the minimal needed architecture to establish secure (encrypted) and private communication. Also, scalability and decentralization are essential features of the protocol.

What makes the dm3 protocol particularly distinctive compared to other messaging protocols is that it does not aim to replace other solutions, but rather to combine a variety of different solutions that are especially adapted to their user requirements without compromising security and confidentiality.

Will your project be composable with other projects on Optimism? If so, please explain:

Yes, by design the dm3 protocol aims to be composable with:

  1. Optimism ecosystem protocols and apps that aims for messaging interoperability
  2. Mainnet and optimisms apps that make use of ENS.
  3. Adaption of the Optimism Resolver approach for other use-cases where data verifiability is needed
  4. Usage of embedded messaging components


Who are your founders?: The dm3 protocol was developed as one of the products of the web3 product studio Corpus was founded by Christoph Jentzsch, Dr. Johannes Pfeffer, Steffen Kux, and Jork Leonhardt. The dm3 project (currently in the spin-off phase with the aim of managing Public Good as a non-profit association. The foundation of a DAO is planned.) is managed by Steffen Kux and Heiko Burkhardt as technical lead.

What makes your founders well-positioned to accomplish your goals with this project (1-2 sentences on each)?: We ( build web3 products. Our roots go back to the birth of Ethereum, hardened by the experience of TheDAO,,, and many more projects. Strongly driven by Ethereum’s values such as openness, interoperability, censorship resistance and decentralisation.

We are a German GmbH based in Bahnhofstr. 32, 09648 Mittweida, Germany. Corpus as a product studio is developing dm3 with the intention to spin it off into a non-profit organisation with the core values mentioned above to create a robust protocol.

Tell us about the rest of your team (if there are more teammates):

Steffen Kux (CEO) previously in

Heiko Burkhardt (CTO)

Eduardo Vega-Patiño (Community Lead) previously in: TEC Commons, ENS, Akasha Barcelona.

Mayra Castillo (Community manager)

Alex Plutta (Software Engineer)

Is this your first Web3 project?: No

If not, what else have you built? (Share links, Github repository, or any other useful information.):


I understand that Builders grants are subject to a 1 year lock-up, as explained further in this post 2: [Yes/No]: Yes

Is your project funded? If so, provide an estimate of how many months of funding runway your project has:

The project is currently sponsored by We have invested an approximate of 400k since the first line of code back in February of 2022.

We currently have funds to run for at least 3 months, and we are actively seeking public goods funding to help increase our team and the sustainability of the protocol in the long term.

Grant Request

What is the size of the grant request? (50k OP max): 50k

How do you justify the size of the grant?:

The funds will be used for the following:

  1. Finalize and prepare Optimism Resolver contracts for an (external) audit.
    Estimation: 17k€
    (finalize development, tests, documentation, internal security audit), the costs for the external audit are NOT included! It is estimated to appr. 35k€-70k€!)
  2. Support audit and post-audit follow-up.
    Estimation: 10k€
    (work with auditors, implementation suggestions, solve all problems)
  3. Investigate and explore approaches to decentralize proof creation.
    Estimation: 28k€
    (evaluation of appropriate approaches, implementation PoC, testing, internal security audit, opt. external software audit), the costs for the external audit are NOT included! It is estimated to appr. 15k€!
  4. Implement and finalize L2-Management of dm3 profiles (on Optimism)
    Estimation: 18k€
    (integration of OptimismResolver into dm3-user management, implement UX for reference implementation, implement dm3 library (and API) to use optimism integration also for other registries, …)
  5. Develop generalized ENS resolver for ENS
    Estimation: 13k€
    (add proof generation for general ENS information, implement/extend backend components and decentralized (building on 3)
  6. Incentivize the implementation of the dm3 protocol into the Optimism Ecosystem.
    Estimation: 18k€
    (supporting integration, further implementation of dm3 embedded components, creation of examples and reference material, …)


Describe in discrete steps your plan for accomplishing your project:

  1. Launch of the optimism resolver.
  2. Implementation of the optimism resolver on ENS
  3. Preparation of the smart contracts for the audit
  4. Support audit
  5. Launch of the interoperability initiative.
  6. Integration with other messaging protocols (plan 3).
  7. Launch of educational season about Public Goods and interoperability.
  8. Support of integration of messaging functionality into optimism based applications.
    Note: We support integration of messaging functionality by providing the packages (npm), well documented examples and reference implementations. Also, we provice direct development support while integrating dm3 embedded components or developing dm3 compatibility functions. Incentivation by monetary payments will not be done.

Please provide any additional information that will facilitate accountability: (smart contracts addresses relevant to the proposal, relevant organizational wallet addresses, etc.)

The current version of the L2 contracts (see Optimism-Resolver/contracts/l2 at main · corpus-io/Optimism-Resolver · GitHub) are deployed at 0xb20Eb9648b4a818AA621053f1AA1103C03f2dF57 (see also Contract Address 0xb20eb9648b4a818aa621053f1aa1103c03f2df57 | Optimism).

The L1 contracts (see are not yet deployed on mainnet (as audit is not yet finished).

Does your plan depend on the receipt of OP tokens?:

No. But it would help us on the objective to become a non-profit organisation building a Public Good. This 50k not only will help us positioning on the optimism ecosystem, but also economically will boost outreach and developing teams.

What is your plan for the use of the OP token after the 1 year lock-up?:

The token will be used to support further development of the dm3 protocol and L2 (Optimism) integration of dm3 profiles, support interoperability activities (integration of dm3 embedded components, implementation of dm3 compatibility) and community integration.

Please provide benchmark milestones for this project. These milestones should guide the Optimism community on the progress of your project during the 1-year lock-up period.

  1. Optimism Resolver

1.1 Finalization of the Optimism Resolver (OPR)
The library will be available at Github. The OPR consists of resolver smart contract on L1 (CCIP for reading off-chain/L2 data with proof and verification), the L2 resolver smart contract (to store the information in L2) and the proof provider service (backend to generate the trustless proof).

1.1.1 Release of version 1.0 in Github until July 31, 2023.
1.1.2 Audit of the smart contracts until September 30, 2023.

1.2 Integration with ENS on L2 (Optimism)
Integration of the OPR as a fully supported storage method for ENS subdomains. It will be used as dm3 storage for dm3-usernames and for other ENS applications (fully compatible and usable in the ENS app).

1.2.1 PoC of dm3-usernames on OP until June 30, 2023
1.2.2 Release of ENS integration for general use until September 30, 2023* *(after audit and deployment of the smart contracts).
  1. dm3 Protocol

2.1 Finalize specification and implementation of interoperability to other messaging protocols and/or services

The dm3 protocol specification defines the interoperability layer. Based on the specification, the reference implementation of the base protocol and all protocol extensions are provided. As part of the interoperability initiative, other protocols/services are extended to become dm3 compatible by providing the essential interfaces (adding their registry to ENS, containing the dm3 profiles) and providing delivery service nodes as gateway to their network. For the delivery service nodes, configuration tools are provided

2.1.1 Release of the specification (base protocol DM3MTP) - finished
2.1.2 Release of the specification of protocol extensions: Storage spec (until April 15, 2023), Message access (until April 30, 2023), Key derivation (until May, 30 2023), Layer 2 Registry (until June 15, 2023), Privacy Onion routing (until August, 31, 2023), Group Messages (until October, 31, 2023).
2.1.3  Release of the reference implementation for each specification (1 month after spec release).
2.1.4 Release of delivery service configurator (command line, web app) until May 31, 2023
2.1.5 Release of delivery service docker images until July 31, 2023.

Integration into 3 protocols/service finished (cooperation!) until June 30, 2023
2.1.6. Integration into 6 protocols/service finished (cooperation!) until December 31, 2023
2.1.7. Start standardization process (OASIS) until January 31, 2024

2.2 Finalize embedded components to integrate in dApps (in particular in Optimism based applications)
Embedded components as easy to use components to integrate into dApps are provided as GitHub repo and npm packages. An extension to integrate dm3 embedded as a support channel with accompanying tools is developed.

2.2.1. Release of version 1 on GitHub until April 30, 2023
2.2.2. Release of npm packages until May 31, 2023
2.2.3. Specification of embedded support framework until December 31, 2023
2.2.4. Release of embedded support framework until February 28, 2024
2.2.5. Integration into 3 dApps supported (technically support only) until July 31, 2023
2.2.6. Integration into 6 dApps supported (technically support only) until December 31, 2023

Please define critical milestones for this project. Critical milestones are meant to show good-faith efforts to accomplish the project. Non-completion of these milestones could lead to revocation of remaining grant rewards.

  1. Optimism Resolver

1.1 Finalization of the Optimism Resolver (OPR)

1.1.1 Deployment of the resolver smart contracts on L1 until Otober 15, 2023
1.1.2. Deployment of the resolver smart contracts on L2 until Otober 15, 2023
  1. dm3 Protocol

2.1. Finalize specification and implementation of interoperability to other messaging protocols and/or services

2.1.1. Release of the full dm3 specification at until October 31, 2023.
2.1.2 Release of integration guide for further integrations until October 31, 2023
2.1.3. Release of dm3 reference implementation with L2 storage until November 30, 2023

2.2 Finalize embedded components to integrate in dApps (in particular in Optimism based applications)

2.2.1 Release of repository and npm packages until May 31, 2023

Optimism Relationship

Does your project solve a problem for the Optimism ecosystem?:

  1. Currently there is no mainstream reason for a mainnet user to use optimism.
  2. Currently there is no utility of ENS in Optimism.
  3. Trustless validation of Optimism data on Layer1
  4. Adding secure messaging to apps
  5. Adding messaging interoperability to web3 (and also web2) protocols and services

How does your proposal offer a value proposition solving the above problem?:

If an ENS user uses the Optimism Resolver as his default Resolver they can store data such as text records on optimism and benefit from the more appealing transaction costs of the OP ecosystem.

The data stored on optimism can be simply retrieved by a CCIP compliant client like ethers.js by a single line of code.

The dm3 protocol acts as lean base protocol for web3 messaging, allowing other protocols and services to add information to the dm3 registry and using delivery services as gateways to the dm3 messaging ecosystem. Embedded messaging components can be used to add messaging functionalities into any dApp with only 2 lines of code.

Why will this solution be a source of growth for the Optimism ecosystem?:

There are currently around 50k ENS monthly users, with the amounts of registrations of ENS names surpassing 2 millions, with the launch of the name wrapper and the possibilities of the subdomains update, it becomes very clear that all those users could be using optimism to set their records for their ENS names, saving thousands of dollars in gas not only bringing users in a constant stream (the records tend to change along the year) but also in funds, by the use of bridges, exchanges and other apps needed for someone new in the optimism ecosystem. Now if we consider the messaging ecosystem, the exponential growth increases even more. Other messaging solutions or protocols can use dm3 alongside the ENS registry and can now decide to use optimism for their infrastructure.

How committed are you (and your team) to building on Optimism?:

Extremely committed. We believe we have a solution that benefits a wide range of relevant protocols like ENS and brings attention and usage of the Optimism infrastructure. This commitment isn’t only about our protocol but also on two ends:

  1. Education and visibility about interoperability.
  2. Implementation of our protocol as a public good in other apps and layers.

Is your project Optimism Native?:

Yes, on the resolver end, it is exactly tailored for the Optimism ecosystem using the Op Stack. On the messaging side of the protocol: it is completely agnostic but it opens a path for Optimism to be used as a registry point.


I understand that I will be required to provide additional KYC information to the Optimism Foundation to receive this grant: [Yes/No]: Yes

I understand that I will be expected to following the public grant reporting requirements outlined here: [Yes/No]: Yes

Thank for reading until this point! We are excited to be able to submit this grant.


Yep … Awesome technology here and really want to learn more about how we can work together. I will send you a DM on Twitter until I get the Dm3 app going … :slight_smile:


DM3 is such a great protocol!

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this sounds interesting. will follow up on twitter. i’d love to see where you lead up to


Hey @Vegayp, giving you a heads up that this will be the formal comms channel with the grant council builders subcommittee, which consists of @Gonna.eth, @jackanorak, @danelund.eth, and myself.

We’ll make sure we’re around to address any questions you have in this process. We might also be asking additional questions here during the review process so please check this thread for updates on a regular basis.

One thing to be mindful of is that in the Cycle 11 we require the milestones to be precisely defined into two categories - critical milestones and benchmark milestones as described in Milestone Assessment . Could you please restructure your milestones description to follow this structure?

Moreover, you mentioned in your Roadmap that you plan on:

  1. Support of integration of messaging functionality into optimism based applications.

can you elaborate a bit more on this? Will you use the grant to incentivize others to build on top of you product? How else do you plan to incentivize this?

Looking forward to your answers, in case you had any questions, don’t hesitate to ask here or reach out to us!


Hello there!

Thanks for the clarification!
Shall I edit the original message or just answer as a reply with the specific changes?

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Ideally both - it would be best if you could change the original proposal to make sure it is consistent with your changes, but also note down in the comment about what you’ve changed.


Hi @Vegayp. I’m doing the preliminary review and the proposal looks perfect so far.

As Kaereste said we need milestones to be trackable and have a source of truth. I’m a bit concerned about your 3-month runtime. Do you mind giving possible dates for critical milestones? Also, benchmark milestones are more about aspiration accomplishments like “bringing X amount of devs to use this tool”. It looks like all your benchmark milestones are critical and the project depends on the to run.

If you have any demo on how Dm3 works (youtube vid for example) that would be positive for your score too.


Hello there!

Thank you so much! Yes, we will be updating the submission today! Will let you know as soon as we do it!

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I have updated the original post with the editions regarding: Benchmark milestones and critical milestones, following the feedback you provided. If more extensive description are needed let us know!

Regarding the demo, we have an app running, let me know if you want a demo of something else specific:

Looking forward for your notes.


Hi, @Vegayp, thanks for the previous updates, we are giving some project final suggestions to improve the chances to finish on the top 10 of the final list.

Please verify if your milestones are crystal clear, meaning they have: potential dates of completion, clear objectives to be accomplished, and an open source of truth to verify they are completed.

Please keep in mind that milestones score higher if they are oriented to:

  • Draw more developers to Optimism ecosystem
  • Making the project composable with Optimism ecosystem

I would also advise you to validate whether your ask amount is accurate and well justified.

The sooner your edits, the greater the chance they will be considered in the final review. We are looking to wrap up on Monday. Please tag me if you make any changes.


Hello there,

Thanks for the heads up, we will be making the updates today.

EDIT 1: @kaereste the document have been updated. Regarding the allocation of funds and the section dedicated to developers in the optimism ecosystem.


Hi, @Vegayp I think we are doing similar things.


Hello Optimism Community!

We were recipients of the Governance grants, Builders 13. As part of our transparency process, we will like to share with everyone our progress with the milestones previously stated:

1. Optimism Resolver

1.1. Finalization of the Optimism Resolver (OPR)
Status: Completed.
Note: The OPR became the ENS Gateway, used as a general implementation to resolve ENS in

1.2. Deployment of the resolver smart contracts on L1 (Testnet). The L1-contracts are deployed on Goerli, ready for testing (because not yet audited)

 RC3668Resolver : 0xc7F7528126C80341bB3340b73c72EFA4d1779d20
 L2PublicResolverVerifier : 0x8C838DE92b0f663aDAa70a711b3580eC86077485

1.3. Deployment of the resolver smart contracts on L2 (Testnet). The L2-contract is deployed on
Optimism Goerli, ready for testing (because not yet audited)
L2PublicResolver: 0x128024860A95A9Da90c38A5a0C9288BA0F0dC8e8

1.4. Integration with ENS on L2 (Optimism)

1.4.1 PoC of dm3-usernames

Status: Technically specified and completed but not yet incorporated in reference implementation

1.4.2. Release of ENS integration for general use.

Note: We are pushing the integration with the OP domains provider for them to integrate ENS Gateway / OPR

2. dm3 Protocol

2.1. Finalize specification and implementation of interoperability to other messaging protocols and/or services

2.1.1. Release of the specification (base protocol DM3MTP)
Status: Completed.

2.1.2. Release of the specification of protocol extensions: Storage spec and Billboard chat specification.

Note: The priorities have changed, but we are committed to the protocol extensions during the coming months.

2.1.3. Release of delivery service configurator (command line)
2.1.4. Release of integration guide for further integrations: The integration is described as a documented integration test to showcase all necessary steps for the protocol integration:

2.1.5. Release of dm3 reference implementation with L2 storage.
Work in progress.

2.2. Finalize embedded components to integrate into dApps (in particular in Optimism based applications)

2.2.1. Release of version 1 on GitHub

Status: Completed.
Link: GitHub - dm3-org/dm3: The dm3 protocol | New standard of web3 messaging | Decentralized ENS-based registry | Secure end-to-end encryption | Easy dApp integration

2.2.2 Release of repository and npm packages until May 31, 2023

Status: Completed.
NPM-Package: @dm3-org/dm3-messenger-widget

2.2.3. Specification of embedded support framework
The support framework was postponed because of the prioritization of the dm3 cross-chain extension. With the cross-chain extension, it is possible to link native L2 name services or application name services working on L2 to directly integrate into dm3 by linking the registries as ENS subdomains and registering the TLD using the CCIP resolvers.

Status (cross-chain): Completed
Link: GitHub - dm3-org/dm3: The dm3 protocol | New standard of web3 messaging | Decentralized ENS-based registry | Secure end-to-end encryption | Easy dApp integration

Also, we implemented Bedrock which was not included in the original roadmap. As this is essential for a usable application, it was included accordingly, pushing other milestones over the time pre-established.

Thank you, any feedback please free to dm me or contact us Telegram: Contact @dm3protocol


@Vegayp - Thanks for the update on some of your milestones. I’m one of the members of the grants council evaluating your milestones. I see a few milestones that haven’t been addressed, can you provide an update on these?

Message access (until April 30, 2023),
Key derivation (until May, 30 2023),
Layer 2 Registry (until June 15, 2023),
Privacy Onion routing (until August, 31, 2023),
Group Messages (until October, 31, 2023).
2.1.4 Release of delivery service configurator (command line, web app) until May 31, 2023 - I see command line update, not web app.

Hey there!

Thanks for the response.

Regarding your comment, due to the need to focus, we have had to adjust the order of various specifications. In particular, we have expanded the focus on interoperability and crosschain topics. As a result, the specifications for “linked profiles” and “limited scope profiles” in particular have been added and we have placed significantly more focus on cross-chain and layer-2 functionality of the dm3 protocol. This is important for applications of the dm3 protocol, especially in order to open up further ecosystems. The definitions of the internal protocols (message access, key derivation, and layer-2 registry) are provided in the form of the reference implementation.

The protocol extensions for privacy and group messaging had to be pushed back a little in the roadmap, as cross-chain/L2 and linked profiles have been added and are more important for applications.

A more extensive CLI application has been implemented for the Delivery service configurator and integration documentation has also been added. As the WebUI does not yet have many use cases for this in the current phase, it is still being planned how it can be implemented. We are currently focusing primarily on what is needed to be able to integrate new ecosystems. The functionality is shown in the reference implementation.

Hey, just in case you didn’t get the notification!

Noted, thanks for the update @Vegayp.

When do you plan to complete the audits of the contracts and deploy to L1 and L2?

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