Veriscope Change Log
To learn more, check-out our docs on the Veriscope Bloom Filter.
To upgrade an existing Veriscope instance (pre v3.6.1), SSH onto your Veriscope Server and run the following commands:
cd /opt/veriscope git branch checkout main git pull
cd /opt/veriscope/veriscop_ta_dashboard php artisan migrate
cd ~/opt/veriscope scripts/setup-vasp.sh #Input value “17” to run step 17
Veriscope now supports multiple trust anchors (MTAs) thus enabling VASPs and Service Providers to deploy a single Veriscope instance and run multiple trust anchor accounts. To learn more, check-out our docs on Multiple Trust Anchors.
To upgrade from an earlier version of Veriscope, run the following commands:
// pull the latest code cd /opt/veriscope git pull
cd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_node npm install
cd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard npm install
cd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard php artisan migrate npm run dev
Several enhancements have been made to streamline how the Veriscope Relay Node (upgraded to Nethermind v1.15.0 as part of this release) synchronizes data from the Shyft Blockchain and how corresponding events are saved to Veriscope. Events in this context are Verified Trust Anchors, Discovery Layer Key Value Pairs, and Attestations all of which are saved to each Veriscope instance.
The expected time for the above processes to complete is now between 4-6 hours, down from 12+hrs before.
For more information, please refer to our note on Node Synchronization.
Discovery Layer key-value pairs are now sorted A-Z
New Settings page (at yoursubdomain.domain.com/dashboard/settings) that provides easy access to:
User Settings (Email, Password, 2FA)
To update an existing Veriscope instance, run the following command:
API endpoint for Merkle Science has been corrected
The API endpoints used for each Blockchain Analytics service provide are now shown in the Veriscope UI (next to where VASPs can input their API keys for same.)
To update your existing Veriscope instance:
run setup dependencies run composer update run php artisan db:migrate run step 16
To learn more about the proofs, please visit Veriscope Address Proofs and/or contact your Veriscope representative.
The Sandbox Environment enables VASPS to conduct end-to-end tests as either an oVASP or bVASP without having to coordinate with another node. As such, VASPs no-longer need to run multiple nodes or to coordinate with the Veriscope integration team when testing their flows.
For more information, please refer to the Sandbox Environment section of the docs.
Manager Users and
Attestation Admin sections of the Versicope dashboard have been removed. These were initially added to illustrate how a VASP could post an attestation (/end-user withdrawal request) to the Shyft network, however, were a constant source of confusion given the need to create a random user(s) for demo purposes.
Veriscope doesn’t store end-user data and attestations should be posted via the Veriscope API. The Veriscope The Veriscope Postman Collection is the preferred & recommended interface to post test attestations.
In addition to the above:
Register Jurisdictionhas been removed from
UI error messages have been improved
Synchronous refresh fixes the issue of nodes being out-of-sync after coming back online. VASPs no-longer need to trigger a refresh after being offline for a period of time.
Veriscope now supports Elliptic Crypto Wallet Screening.
Hi Everyone. I am pleased to share with you the latest Veriscope release. This is our largest release since launching on mainnet and includes several key enhancements requested by VASPs during their integration testing phase.
This release introduces the following capabilities:
oVASPs can send encrypted KYC/IVMS data along with their signature data
Both oVASP and bVASP can accept or reject an IVMS transfer
VASPs can subscribe to several new webhook events that trigger an action/response on their side, e.g. when signature data or KYC/IVMS data is requested and when encrypted IVMS data is received or has been accepted. With the webhook events there is no-longer a need for polling statuses.
This is a breaking release and is not compatible with previous versions of Veriscope. As such, it is required for VASPs to upgrade to this version prior to going live on mainnet.
If you have integrated with a previous version of Veriscope, you will need to a) Upgrade to this release b) Delete existing KYC templates, and c) Implement logic to handle new webhook events & statuses
To upgrade, run the following commands:
// pull the latest code $ pwd /opt/veriscope $ git pull // delete existing KYC templates $ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ php artisan tinker Psy Shell v0.11.2 (PHP 8.1.3 — cli) by Justin Hileman > > > KycTemplate::truncate(); > > > exit > > > Exit: Goodbye$ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ composer install $ php artisan migrate
Further information can be found here:
The Veriscope team is confident that we have captured your requests and look forward to discussing the changes and your implementation plan over the coming weeks. Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a demo of the end-to-end flow.
Nice bug find by LocalBitcoins team. Issue discovered was the blockNumber was not recording in the DB as events occurred, only as DL keys were refreshed via the dashboard or Token API.
After pulling in the PR, restart ta-node-1.
sudo systemctl restart ta-node-2
Hi Everyone, we have added Chainalysis and Coinfirm Blockchain Analytics Providers to the backoffice. To enable this release please run the following:
$ pwd /opt/veriscope $ git pull $ cd veriscope_ta_dashboard/ $ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ php artisan migrate
We updated discovery layer events to store block number. Displaying block numbers will give you indication on when a Discovery Layer Key Value was created or updated.
Please run php artisan migrate to take effect.
$ pwd /opt/veriscope $ git pull $ cd veriscope_ta_dashboard/ $ php artisan migrate
New Postman Collection API update: Refreshing Verified Trust Anchors & Discovery Layer Key Values
This release includes V3 Attestations and V2 KYC Templates. V3 Attestations means you can now post Wallet attestations to include coin blockchain, coin token, coin address and coin memo (destination tag). Naturally these coin meta fields are included in the KYC Template along with optional coin transaction hash, coin transaction value.
Setting v2 attestations is now deprecated.
Feel free to reach out with any questions. Thank you team Coinhako and team Huobi whom both requested this release.
To enable this release please run the following:
$ pwd /opt/veriscope $ git pull $ cd veriscope_ta_dashboard/ $ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ php artisan migrate $ npm run development $ sudo systemctl restart ta-node-1
Hi Everyone, we have released a number of available API Token Requests.
Create Shyft User
Get Verified Trust Anchors
Is Trust Anchor Verified
Get Trust Anchors Details
Get Trust Anchor API_URL
Get Trust Anchor Account
Create KYC Template
Get KYC Templates
Recover Beneficiary TA Signature
Recover Originator TA Signature
Recover Beneficiary User Signature
Recover Originator User Signature
Special thanks to Bitfinex/Tether @Ezequiel (Bitfinex/Tether) and Huobi @Serene Ng for requesting this release. (edited)
Hi Everyone, Laravel Horizon is now available in Veriscope. Horzion is a dashboard to manage Redis Queues. One queue in particular interest to VASPs is receiving webhook notifications for all incoming Attestations from the blockchain. By registering a custom wehook url and secrete, your own backoffice will receive all crypto wallet attestations.
Hi Everyone, very pleased to share with you that Veriscope through partners Crystal & MerkleScience, VASPs can now add their partner API keys can receive their wallet screening reports - independently or in parallel with Set Attestation. Simply add your API key and Create Reports.
Hi Everyone, we are pleased to share that Veriscope has been deployed to both the Fed testnet and Shyft Mainnet. This PR contains instructions and configs to connect to one of all three available networks.
Hi Everyone, minor release here. To improve the generation of the KYC Template, TA and User public keys, signatures and signature hashes are now created by nodejs instead of passing the private key from the webapp.
When you load in the TA account, the public key, signature and signature hash are created from nodejs and passed to the webapp.
Further when generating random users for testing, a public key, signature and signature hash is provided by nodejs the same.
To see this update in the webapp please run this following after pulling in the PR
$ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ npm run development
Also please restart NodeJS:
sudo systemctl restart ta-node-1 ta-node-2
You should see the public key, signature and signature hash in the UI upon pulling in this release as shown here:
As per request of Bitfinex/Tether we have added external API functions for creating Shyft IDs for your users, posting attestations from your exchange among other API functions.
We’ve added a Postman collection in the readme for your convenience in testing.
Please note for this PR, please run composer update in:
$ pwd /opt/veriscope/veriscope_ta_dashboard $ composer update
Tou will also need to run step 14) Install Passport Client Environment Variables in:
$ pwd /opt/veriscope $ sudo scripts/setup-vasp.sh
As per request of Huobi, you can now refresh some blockchain data from the dashboard (Verified Trust Anchors, Discovery Layers, Attestations).