SpaceChain Weekly Report (December 30 to January 5)

Welcome to the first weekly update of 2020! The SpaceChain team wishes you a new year full of resounding success and happiness. This week, the technical team has made various improvements to the SpaceChain server.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Blockchain workshop by SpaceChain

SpaceChain is thrilled to be hosting a blockchain workshop together with the Singapore Space and Technology Association on Feb 5, 2020. In this workshop, we will share more about blockchain technology and possible use cases. Find out more!

 

Interesting reads

Here are some specially curated articles to kickstart your week! Read up on what the 2020s will mean for Satellite Infrastructure Flexibility, orbital launches planned by Virgin Orbit and how blockchain tech is solving problems in the supply chain sector.

 

TECHNICAL PROGRESS

SpaceChain server developments

  1. We can now check the rights of corporate users by checking the remaining storage space and remaining service time on the FTP server.
  2. Redefined the rights under different folders on the FTP server for corporate users, improving the fault tolerance when downloading/uploading the files.
  3. Added a file filtering service. Files with formats that are incompatible with the FTP server will be automatically deleted.
  4. Improved the isolation layer among various servers held by a single corporate user. By adding the file filtering service, these servers cannot access each other. If a single server is getting attacked, other servers remain safe.

 

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