2 min readJul 27, 2022

Important changes to the Everscale network’s technical development process

On Tuesday the 26th of July, 2022, the key developers from the Everscale network held an important conference to discuss the organisational aspects of Everscale’s development.

It’s no secret that all teams involved in the ecosystem, such as EverX, Broxus, and ITGold, have a lot of people and ongoing projects. All of which require coordination and careful planning — but also requires autonomy. That’s why we want to highlight some important and positive changes to the structure of the core team of Everscale developers — EverX. The decision has thus been made to divide the EverX team into several product teams.

Currently, the main EverX products are:

  1. Ever Node
  2. Ever Platform
  3. Toolchain
  4. Surf
  5. FLEX
  6. GOSH

All of them are now becoming independent teams within the EverX company with their own team leads. Mitja Goroshevsky continues to lead the development process of GOSH in his team, while the development of the whole Everscale blockchain is becoming more optimized. Six team leads have more time than one, and we’ll be able to advance as fast as possible.

Ever Node is one of the most significant products, and we have to keep in mind the business interests of many parties, especially our validators and other teams. That’s why the development is now going to be coordinated by the architectural committee, led by Pavel Prigolovko and Vladimir Maslyakov, and including Broxus and ITGold members. The process is going to become more transparent to the community — we’ll keep everyone updated on what’s going on inside EverX.

Among all its other goals, Everscale is a business-oriented blockchain, and we have a set roadmap and priorities for making our ecosystem attractive as an industrial solution. It has to be fast, scalable, decentralized, and secure. We have achieved many goals, and Everscale is already far more advanced than the majority of our competitors — but there is still a lot to be done. The architectural committee will serve as an entity setting short-term and mid-term tasks for dev teams according to business priorities. The team will create a draft of the plan for each task, and the committee will review and approve it. This kind of approach will help everyone stay on the same page, and we’re sure that Everscale will benefit from it.

This scheme has been already tested at EverX for one month, and the results were pretty solid, so we’re confident about continuing to use it. We’ll be sure to keep you updated!


EverX is an independent infrastructure and ecosystem developer for the Everscale Network