ThreeFold Product Updates (February 2022)

Hi ThreeFold Community, my name is Sasha, from ThreeFold’s Product Management, and I would love to give an update on what’s new and what’s coming next from ThreeFold product planning.

A bit review and highlights of ThreeFold Product Management planning for February 2022

What’s New on TF Product Planning

ThreeFold Grid v3.0.0 Alpha - 4

TFConnect v3.4.0


TFConnect Backend Services Migration

We need to move ThreeFold Connect’s backend services from a data storage in Lochchristi to TFGrid. From TF Wallet, to TF account, and TFNews, all active services will be migrated by using helm charts.

TFPlay v1.1.4


List Mattermost as Deployable Solution

On this release, we will add Mattermost as one of our deployable decentralised solutions.
Mattermost is a secure, open source platform for communication, collaboration, and workflow orchestration across tools and teams.

Separate TFPlay into 3 different networks

Node upgrades could happen anytime, and it could make solution deployments on different networks incompatible. Therefore, we should also separate TFPlay into 3 different networks:

This way if some nodes on one network are being upgraded, deployments on the other nets should function as usual and without being affected.

Minting v3.0


Minting V3 code


There is a change the way how the CU/SU are calculated from the resource units calculations , please see for details.
Therefore, we need to update the calculations on the minting code (minting v3), as well as adjust price calculation for workloads on chain

GetTFT Shop v1.0.4


Minor UX / UI improvements

On this release we aim to create minor UX improvements on the existing GetTFT Shop website that could create a better experience for our customers, such as improved interactivity, fixed embedded media, revised UX content, improved screen responsiveness, and many more.

TF Capacity Explorer v0.1.0


An all-in-one Unified Capacity Explorer

Currently we have a few separate capacity explorers for both TFGrid v2 Explorer and TFGrid v3 Explorer. On this release we would like to unify all versions and networks into one explorer, where users can find capacity information on both TFGrid v2 and v3 mainnet, testnet, and devnet. This all-in-one unified Capacity Explorer will be hosted under the domain

And that is all the updates that I could give to you this week. We will come back to bring more product updates to you in the near future.


Great overview, thanks @sashaastiadi. Really puts into perspective how much is happening :slight_smile:

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Well that’s an amazing and dense post. So much incredible projects going on.

The team is on fire! Great work.


Thanks for sharing, @sashaastiadi! It’s really impressive to see the many things the team is working on this month :dizzy:

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