SpaceChain Weekly Report (July 15 to 21)
Learn more about satellite surveillance and the future in our latest blog inspired from SpaceChain and Tim Draper’s interview. Last week, we also celebrated Space Exploration Day and shared two new bounty programs. Plus, the tech team has fixed the problem to match the space node dynamic key generation module with the server.
Space Exploration Day
The space race began when Sputnik 1 made it to outer space in 1957, humankind has always been enthralled by what lies beyond Earth. Our imagination is the only limitation. Let’s continue to be curious of the unknown. Happy 50th Anniversary to the Apollo 11 mission!
Satellite Surveillance and the Future
Ever since the first orbital satellite photographs of Earth were made on August 14, 1959, by the U.S. Explorer 6, mankind has sought to utilize space-based observations to further their understanding of the world. From the monitoring of rival nation states to the scientific study of the planet, space-based observation has shaped our world in both good and bad ways. Read more here.
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Blockchain node in space
- The team fixed the problem that space node dynamic key generation module does not match the server.
- During the debugging process, the team found that the space node had an accidental key generation error.
- After investigation, it is found that the dependent library responsible for decoding in this module will overflow when processing a specific key seed string, resulting in a completely different dynamic key.
- The team has now resolved the issue and restarted testing.
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