The development roadmap for the Radix Public Network is divided into significant releases, named after historically significant cities that bore wonders of the ancient world. As we reach each milestone release, new features and capabilities are added for developers or users.
The next four expected major milestone releases on the Radix roadmap are as follows.
Olympia lays the foundations for future releases of our game-changing Radix technologies.
Holders of eXRD and XRD will be able to swap them 1:1 using the Instabridge service.
Alexandria will be the first look at our custom-built programming language - Scrypto, and Blueprints and Components as part of the Radix Engine v2 execution environment. The Alexandria release will be deployed as a developer-focused package that will allow them to experiment with Scrypto development on a local network “simulator” environment. This will give developers a way to develop and test code in a safe environment to begin preparing for the ability to deploy code to a real public network at the release of Babylon.
Babylon brings all the initial set of Scrypto/REv2 features from Alexandria to the Radix Public Network, plus our unique approach to on-ledger development libraries the Blueprint Catalog, andthe Radix Developer Royalties system.
This is where we expect Radix Engine v2 will begin to truly shine: demonstrating that it is quick, easy, and safe to build DeFi dApps, with further capabilities added by Radix and our community in the future to take it even further.
Some of the possible implementations of sharded Cerberus are currently being tested and demonstrated on the Cassandra test network live on Twitch.
Xi’an will provide Radix with infinite linear scalability and unlimited atomic composability. Both of these features are unique to Radix, and both are required if DeFi is to scale to meet the future demands of billions of people.