The Bitcoin Cash developers have been quite busy over the last few months. After creating the Yenom portfolio it was created, they worked on other BCH applications and tools for the community. One of these developers, Shun Usami, revealed a new proposition model on 3 Novemberrd for this type of proposals. The new model is called the standard Bitcoin Dapps Improvement (BDIP).
Since re-enabled opcodes have been reported in May, developers have launched new applications such as Memo.cash and Bitdb. Usami's new BDIP standard is helping the development of dApp with the help of the BCH blockchain. It is very similar to the EIP model of Ethereum, although the original version of this type of support was created in 2011 for the Bitcoin Core network. The new BDIP system also outlines the function of the applications and processes associated with it.
According to the GitHub BDIP repository, the point of the standard is to offer a "concise technical specification" and a "motivation" for the function. The author intends to create consent, while providing documentation of "dissident opinions". Developers believe this is the best way to monitor dApps on the BCH chain, allowing programmers and users to check the progress of the implemented code. They also have the ability to provide feedback, verify problems and see the activities of participating developers.
The repository also says: "For Bitcoin's dApp implementers, BDIPs are a convenient way to monitor the progress of their implementation." Ideally, every implementation maintainer would list the BDIPs they implemented. convenient way to know the current status of a particular implementation or library. "
Based on the specifications outlined, there are three different types of BDIPs, including:
- A standard track
- An informative BDIP
- Processes described associated with the new dApp
Each proposal must provide a detailed account of the intentions of the decentralized application. The creators of the BDIP advise the authors to "check" the project they are working on both for usability and for originality. The repository commented: "It is useful to make sure that the idea is applicable to the whole community and not just to the author".
Once the process was announced by Bitcoin Cash, Gabriel Cardona, developer of BCH and creator of Bitbox, posted on Twitter. He provided details on how he is responsible for developing the first BDIP called DApp ID. The ID DApp is described as a "unique identifier for a single dApp protocol with the specifications of the dApp."
Together with the creation of BDIP, developers have proposed a new protocol for deep link payments. These same developers were also rewarded with the first San Francisco BCH Devcon, while carrying a Bitcoin Cash Kit (BCK). The BCK is for developers and has a Bitcoin Cash library that coincides with iOS software.