Lossless Development Update: October Issue

2 min readOct 6, 2022

Hello dear community members, and welcome to yet another monthly development update of ours. With each update, we strive to present to you our results and current progress so that our supporters will be on the same page as the Lossless team. Let’s get right to it.

Aegis new features

— Successful public launch on 29th of September
— Support for teams working together on Aegis
— Updated support message box
— Updated 404-page style
— Added new toast message style
— Updated notification configuration flow
— Added support for Polygon and Harmony chains on the Production side
— Added the ability to use Google to Sing Up and Sign In
— Contract interactions bug fixes
— Added identification of Gnosis Safe contracts
— Added the ability to resend verification emails

Aegis internal improvements

— QA improvements
— Speed and reliability improvements
— Improved authorization


— Fixed lossless.io issue when some links were still pointing to our outdated domain
— Added newly launched tokens on platform.lossless.io

Up next

— Pricing tiers for Aegis
— Online payment system for Aegis tiers

As always, we’re quite busy with our product development and will promptly inform you about our progress and future plans. Stay tuned for more.

About Lossless

Restoring trust in web3 security. Lossless incorporates a new layer of blockchain transaction security, protecting projects and their communities from malicious exploits and associated financial loss.

Lossless protocol implements an additional layer of blockchain transaction security for ERC-20 standard tokens, mitigating the financial impact of smart contract exploits and private key theft. Lossless protocol utilizes community-driven threat identification tools and a unique stake-based reporting system to identify suspicious transactions, providing real-time protection.

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