With the week coming to an end, we’ve prepared a new Particl V3 progress report we’d like to share with you. It highlights all the progress made over Particl V3 and indicates what the items that are going to be focused on next week and beyond are.

This week's report is particularly positive as we can now officially announce that the issue preventing a few Windows user to launch Particl Desktop has been completely resolved. There is now only one bug left to fix. We expect to be able to release a new testnet build, which will hopefully be the last one before mainnet, in the next few days.

Without further ado, here is a list of the items currently in progress and those remaining.

Note: Some items that were present in the last progress report are not included in this one. In all cases, that’s because they have been successfully completed.

In Progress

Issue With Bids Failing but Still Locking Funds for Escrow

An issue identified by the community causes, in some circumstances, bids to fail but still lead to coins being "soft-locked" (or reserved) for escrow. This bug is expected to be resolved over the weekend or somewhere next week.

More details regarding this issue by following this link: https://github.com/particl/particl-desktop/issues/1777

Add a Governance Informational Section to Particl Desktop

Introduce an informational governance section to Particl Desktop to display proposals, voting progression, and results. This won’t allow you to vote directly on proposals, at least not yet, but it provides information on how to vote as well as information regarding upcoming, current, and past proposals (and their voting results).

The basic implementation of this module has now been drawn up and is waiting to be implemented. There may still be additional iterations required, but this item is progressing well with no obstacle so far.

To Be Completed Next

Any New Particl V3 Bug

Any reported bug from the new Particl V3 testnet build will get immediate priority to ensure the client is stable and ready for mainnet release as fast as possible.

If you encounter any issue while testing Particl V3, please report it to the Github Issue page of the particl-desktop repository. This page is located here.

Delete a Product From the Inventory

This will let you delete products from your inventory if you don’t want them to be displayed anymore. This is both a particl Desktop and market back-end specific change.

Marketplace Orders Export Functionality

Adding a CSV export tool for orders from the Market > Sell > Orders page is currently being explored. This would enable sellers to export useful order information that might benefit from being fed into other stock systems.

This item has been temporarily de-prioritized due to this week's launch of the new Particl V3 testnet build and the focus on newly reported issues from the testnet. The developers will circle back to this item very shortly.

We're closer than ever and now clearly see the light at the end of the tunnel! With a new (and hopefully final) testnet build on the horizon for the next few days, we will need everyone to test it out and make sure it really is ready for mainnet. That's even more true if you've come across the Windows bug and couldn't test the build before.

If you encounter any issue while testing Particl V3, please report it to the Github Issue page of the particl-desktop repository. This page is located here.

As always, we want to thank you all for your continued support and dedication to Particl’s vision! You are all what makes this project possible. Stay awesome and let's have a summer of Particl love!

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