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Project Status

The Token-2022 program is still under audit and not meant for full production use. In the meantime, all clusters have the latest program deployed for testing and development purposes ONLY.


Here is the general program timeline and rough ETAs:

Code-complete & final auditFall 2023
Mainnet recommendationWinter 2024 (depends on v1.17)
More ZK featuresSpring 2024 (depends on v1.18)
Freeze program2024

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Remaining items

v1.17 with curve syscalls

In order to use confidential tokens, the cluster must run at least version 1.17 with the elliptic curve operations syscalls enabled.

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Zero-knowledge proof split

In order to use confidential tokens, the cluster must run at least version 1.17 with the ZK Token proof program enabled.

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The ZK Token proof program was recently updated to support the splitting of the longer zero-knowledge proofs into smaller components. The token-2022 program is in the process of active development to properly process the new proof format.

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Future work

Confidential transfers with fee

Due to the transaction size limit, it is not possible to do confidential transfers with a fee. We plan to include that capability with Solana 1.18.


To start, wallets need to properly handle the token-2022 program and its accounts, by fetching token-2022 accounts and sending instructions to the proper program.

Next, to use confidential tokens, wallets need to create zero-knowledge proofs, which entails a new transaction flow.

Increased transaction size

To support confidential transfers in one transaction, rather than split up over multiple transactions, the Solana network must accept transactions with a larger payload.

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To facilitate deploying updates and security fixes, the program deployment remains upgradable. Once audits are complete and the program has been stable for six months, the deployment will be marked final and no further upgrades will be possible.