SpaceChain Weekly Report (June 17 to 23)
Chief Commercial Officer & SpaceChain UK Director Nick Trudgen attends the 9th Recent Advances in Space Technologies (RAST) forum in Istanbul, Turkey. The tech team has completed the first joint debugging of the new generation space node and the server. Plus, stand to win SPC tokens in our various giveaways.
- Events and conferences
From June 11 to 14, SpaceChain UK Director Nick Trudgen attended the 9th Recent Advances in Space Technologies (RAST) that focuses on UN’s goals for sustainable development in space. Held in Istanbul, the conference provides a forum for the presentation and review of developments of space and space technology, as well as how it achieves the “Sustainable Development Goals 2030”.
- Houston, we have a winner
Earlier this month, we got the community to design a SpaceChain sticker for us. After going through all the entries, we have selected this one as the winning design. We love its simplicity and cool motif. The winner walked away with 10,000 SPC tokens. That’s not all. The design will also be printed as part of our SPC swag.
To thank the community for their efforts, we decided to give away a bonus prize to all the content participants. Thank you everyone for your support and submissions.
- Win SPC tokens
Here’s your chance to win 500 SPC tokens! Simply Like and Retweet this quote card by Tim Draper and you could be one of the lucky winners.
Want to receive 2,000 SPC tokens instead? Watch this video and write in the YouTube comment section what you think about the interview with SpaceChain CEO Zee Zheng and advisor Tim Draper.
Blockchain node in space
- The team is moving the transport layer of the software code on the space node to Ethereum
- The transmission layer of the on-satellite software is replaced by the Ethernet transmission mode, including data transmission and modification of the instruction triggering mode. Thus, making it suitable for other high data bandwidth transmission applications.
- The team is also reconfiguring the other logical layers of the on-satellite code to improve modularization, thus providing great convenience for the future modification of a single logical layer correspondence protocol.
- The reconfiguration of the current code is in progress.
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