Releasing Mars Protocol’s frontend & liquidation bot source code galaxy-wide
With thousand lines of carefully-crafted code, the Mars Protocol UI is a powerful gateway to interacting with the smart contracts that power Mars. Now, Mission Control has published the full Mars Protocol frontend repository on Github. That means anyone in the galaxy can download it to:
- Running the frontend to uncover vulnerabilities
- Explore Mars’ architecture and learn how to build open Cosmos apps
The release comes with a web application license agreement that grants anyone the right to use the code to interact with Martian Council-governed Outposts. The license imposes conditions on use including compliance with applicable law in the licensee’s jurisdiction.
Mars contributors embrace radical transparency and believe it’s a key pillar to enabling decentralization. Since anyone can contribute to Mars’ code base by submitting a pull request in Github, this release should evolve over time and will help harden Mars’ codebase against potential vulnerabilities. It will also ensure Martians can always access the protocol with the same user experience they’re familiar with on marsprotocol.io.
The description of the license herein is only a summary and may be incomplete or inaccurate–only the full text of the license is legally binding.
Additionally, the open-sourced repository for liquidation bots for Red Bank can be found on Github. You can find more insights on the liquidation bots and other developers topics on the Mars Docs, or join the dedicated Discord channel.
Ready to embark? Please read the full license agreement; then, download the Mars frontend to set up your own portal to the red planet. The power resides with you.
- Mission Control
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Remember, Cosmos and Mars are experimental technologies. This article does not constitute investment advice and is subject to and limited by the Mars disclaimers, which you should review before interacting with the protocol.