interchain-security houses the code for implementing Interchain Security. The repo is currently a WIP and targetting v1 of Interchain Security. For more details on the Interchain Security protocol, take a look at the specification.
CCV stands for cross chain validation and refers to the subset of Interchain Security related to the staking and slashing communication between the provider and consumer blockchains. The provider blockchain communicates staking changes to consumer blockchain(s), while the consumer blockchain may communicate slashing evidence to the provider blockchain.
The code for CCV is housed under x/ccv. The
types folder contains types and related functions that are used by both provider and consumer chains, while the
consumer module contains the code run by consumer chains and the
provider module contains the code run by provider chain.
## For OSX or Linux # go 1.18 (https://formulae.brew.sh/formula/go) brew install firstname.lastname@example.org # jq (optional, for testnet) (https://formulae.brew.sh/formula/jq) brew install jq # docker (optional, for integration tests, testnet) (https://docs.docker.com/get-docker/)
Installing and running binaries
# install interchain-security-pd and interchain-security-cd binaries make install # run provider interchain-security-pd # run consumer interchain-security-cd # (if the above fail, ensure ~/go/bin on $PATH) export PATH=$PATH:$(go env GOPATH)/bin
Inspect the Makefile if curious.
See testing docs.
We found that github.com/cosmos/interchain-security demonstrated a healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released less than a year ago. It has 0 open source maintainers collaborating on the project.
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