SpaceChain Weekly Report (Dec 17 to 23)
This week, we announced the addition of Eric Anderson to our list of advisors, updated a new blog entry detailing the 5 most FAQs about SpaceChain, and we have our weekly technical updates.
We are so excited to announce the addition of the space entrepreneur and pioneer, Eric C. Anderson to our list of advisors!
Anderson championed the development of the space tourism industry. Since 2001, he has successfully arranged eight missions to the International Space Station (ISS) for privately-funded individuals. Anderson also co-founded several organizations including Space Angels Network, Planetary Resources and Space Adventures, the only company to have provided commercial human spaceflight missions to the ISS. Anderson is Chairman of Booster Fuels, the leading mobile refueling service, is a Board Member of the XPRIZE Foundation, and is also Chairman Emeritus of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation.
Read more here.
We gathered the top 5 frequently asked questions about SpaceChain in the past year and compiled them here for you. Read more here.
* Blockchain node in space
In order to help users gain a deeper understanding of SpaceChain’s multi-signature service experiment, we’ve created and completed a user manual that describes the target, structure design, and operating mechanisms of the service. Instructions on how to use this service will be provided at the end of the manual. We’ve completed the Chinese version of the manual and are in the process of translating it to English. The multi-signature version of the space client is available on Github and contains both Linux and Windows versions. Those who are interested can download it at the link below.
* SpaceChain hardware
We’re continuing our efforts on the offline multi-signature hardware project this week. We ran into an issue of starting the operation in the Qtum offline environment, but we’re working on a fix for that currently. Additionally, the debugging of the application API has been completed.
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