SpaceChain Weekly Report (Nov 12 to 18)

This week we had an AMA with Jeff Garzik and Zee Zheng in our Telegram channel, we released the official press release for our listing on Bittrex, our listing on UPbit, and our weekly technical updates.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

  • On Nov 14, 9am EST, we hosted an AMA on Telegram with our co-founders Jeff Garzik and Zee Zheng. For those who missed the session, look out for our blog with the questions and answers from the AMA.

  • SpaceTech Asia reported about the launch of our second blockchain node into space on their platforms. You can read the article here.

  • Check out our official press release on our Bittrex Exchange listing here.

  • On Nov 14, SpaceChain was listed on UPbit. You can obtain ERC-20 SPC tokens there.

 

TECHNICAL PROGRESS

Blockchain node in space 

  • Beginning functional testing for the blockchain node
    Last week, the space block node was energized on-track and working normally. This week, the team started the on-orbit operational function test. The team will use this node to conduct a multi-signature transaction protection function test first. In order to ensure the comprehensiveness of the test and the reliability of the results, the team will conduct multiple tests in the future. Up until now, the test result data we’ve received has been normal.

SpaceChain OS 

This week, the team conducted the Ethereum client interface test on the ported version of SpaceChain OS on the Ethereum Ropsten test chain. We discovered that the Ethereum client block data import interface was abnormal and could not import the downloaded block data. The code is currently being reviewed. The data import interface imports the block data that is downloaded in advance by specifying the path, which allows users to avoid the process of downloading the complete blockchain.

SpaceChain Hardware 

This week, we conducted a second review of the open source developmeent board project document that was recently released and discovered that the document has omitted some details. The developer has to rebuild the project, refine the process, and supplement the error-prone small joints. The relevant documentation will be uploaded to Github.

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