We managed to:

✅ Design the Proxy Contract that will allow us to create a subscription model endpoint on the PAB.

✅ Test the Proxy Contract on the PAB in the testnet.

✅ Launch the first iteration of the new storage client (link).

✅ Add an extra authentication layer to the file ownership controller (to ensure authenticated users can’t delete files that don’t belong to them).

✅ Implement checking mechanisms that identify inactive and active subscriptions for the file access control module.

✅ Update the on-chain script for checking the Oracle NFT input and output.

Currently, we are still:

⌛ Working on a global interceptor that filters all the resource providers' status check requests.

⌛ Designing a utility contract for the subscription cost endpoint.

⌛ Finalizing the token recovery app improvements that will fix the snapshot issue.

⌛ Developing the frontend for the new subscription model.

⌛ Implementing additional enhancements for the current storage client (folder creation, drag&drop file uploading, multiple files upload fix).

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