Weekly Status Update: November 18th, 2019 - November 24th, 2019

DSLA Core Team
Written by DSLA Core Team
Weekly Status Update: November 18th, 2019 - November 24th, 2019

A quick look at what kept us busy lately


Stacktical Website

Version 3.0.0 stacktical.com

Task  Status
Specifications 100%
Developments 100%
Quality Assurance 100%
Release ETA Released
  • The new Stacktical website has been released.

The Stacktical website is the home of the Stacktical company, and the gateway to the different components of the Stacktical Platform. 

As such, it is our responsibility to make sure it conveys clear corporate and product information to our private contributors, our developer and cryptocurrency community, our customers and an increasingly diverse crowd of project stakeholders.

In order to be aligned enough with the evolving direction of the Stacktical project, we put the Stacktical Website developments on hold during Summer, and focused on challenging the Product and Technology story that we want like to tell.

A gazillion drawings, discussions and aha moments later, it is time to re-introduce DSLA to the world, and our new website definitely does set the tone for greater things moving forward.

Visit the new Stacktical Website

Stacktical Blog

Version 2.1.0 blog.stacktical.com

Task  Status
Specifications 100%
Developments 100%
Quality Assurance 100%
Release ETA Released
  • No new developments for the Stacktical Blog this month.

DSLA Protocol

Version 2.0.1 (Ropsten) 0x1F67727e52F0885DdBd487eEfA0453A38d61932A

Task  Status
Specifications 100%
Developments 100%
Quality Assurance 100%
Release ETA Released
  • Re-introducing DSLA to the World

Have you heard about DeFi, short for Decentralized Finance?

DeFi introduces the ability for anyone to roll-out traditional financial products (e.g. loans), and reap their benefits (e.g. interests) on a decentralized network like the Ethereum blockchain.

Lately, we’ve been experimenting on adding DeFi capabilities to SLAs, to address some of the design challenges that comes with decentralized service governance. The illiquid nature of SLA compensation pool, for example.

These experiments turned out to be a great way to improve how we’re breaking down the Stacktical Platform into products, and exactly what product should represent our project.

Originally, we planned on positionning the DSLA Network application as our flagship product. But it led the community into believe that we were simply developing a decentralized application, while we were in fact building a fully-fledged governance protocol.

In the Stacktical Platform architecture, a collection of smart contracts support the DSLA Network application behind the scenes. To put our blockchain development at the forefront, we’ve decided to officialize the DSLA protocol as our core component.

DSLA by Stacktical: An Autonomous SLA Protocol for the Web 3.0

DSLA Protocol is the simplest expression of what we’re really doing: building an autonomous governance protocol for developers like ourselves, willing to roll-out, bargain and enforce service level agreements at scale.

Along with empowering the DSLA Network application, we can’t wait to see how SaaS and other applications can leverage the DSLA Protocol to supercharge their SLA contracting and reliability engineering practices.

More information a dedicated series of post here, soon.
For now, please join the developer discussion on Telegram, if you haven’t already. ___

DSLA Token

Version 2 (Mainnet) 0x3affcca64c2a6f4e3b6bd9c64cd2c969efd1ecbe

Token Information  Verified Value
Official Address 0x3affcca64c2a6f4e3b6bd9c64cd2c969efd1ecbe
Official ABI DSLA.json
Circulating Supply 6,500,000,000 DSLA
Total Supply 10,000,000,000 DSLA
Release ETA Issued

The DSLA protocol uses the DSLA cryptocurrency to transfer value between customers and providers, according to good and bad service levels.

  • No bug fix or security update to the DSLA token this month.

Previous fixes :

DSLA Network

Version 0.0.1 (Ropsten) dsla.network

Task  Status
Specifications 100%
Developments 100%
Quality Assurance 100%
Release ETA Released

Originally announced in the official Stacktical White Paper, The user-facing product of the Stacktical V2 Platform, dubbed “DSLA Network”, is finally up and running at https://dsla.network 🎉


The DSLA Network is a web application to roll out Decentralized Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and deploy autonomous SLA compensation programs using the DSLA Protocol and the DSLA Token.

Marketing & Sales


  • We have published and updated a new series of articles:
Title  Link
DSLA Vesting Schedule Read More
  • The DSLA token is being tracked by the following websites:
Coin Tracker  Link
(NEW) CoinGecko Here
(NEW) Coin Codex Here
(NEW) Coinpaprika Here
(NEW) CryptoCompare Here
(NEW) Nomics Here
  • Stacktical is the proud recipient of an Overseas Innovation Prize, during the 2019 edition of the #InnovationOutremer competition at STATION F, the world’s largest startup incubator.

This story is developing and will be share in a dedicated blog post here.


  • Winning a prize at the #InnovationOutremer competition has unlocked a series of distribution and partnership opportunities that we’ve started exploring.

This story is developing and will be share in a dedicated blog post here.


Cryptocurrency Exchange Listing

The DSLA cryptocurrency token is available for trading on the following exchanges.

Exchange Pair Status Trade at
P2PB2B DSLA/ETH Now Trading https://p2pb2b.io/trade/DSLA_ETH
P2PB2B DSLA/BTC Now Trading https://p2pb2b.io/trade/DSLA_BTC
P2PB2B DSLA/USD Now Trading https://p2pb2b.io/trade/DSLA_USD

About DSLA Protocol

DSLA Token, now on Argent wallet

DSLA Protocol is a risk management framework that enables infrastructure operators and developers to reduce their users exposure to service delays, interruptions and financial losses, using self-executing service level agreements, bonus-malus insurance policies, and crowdfunded liquidity pools.

DSLA Protocol’s flagship use case is to offset the financial losses of Proof-of-Stake delegators and DeFi users, while incentivizing the connectivity, performance and availability of staking pool operators and DeFi service providers.

To learn more about DSLA Protocol, please visit stacktical.com, browse our official blog, and follow @stacktical on Twitter.

DSLA Core Team

DSLA Core Team

The team behind DSLA Protocol, and the DSLA family of products.