SpaceChain Weekly Report (Oct 1 to 7)
SpaceChain has adopted a dual token model – ERC-20 and QRC-20 — to expand our footprint and engage with additional communities of developers. The token swap started two weeks ago on September 14, 2018. The SpaceChain team would like to report to the community on the token swap updates.
- Swap through Exchanges
Swaps from QRC-20 SPC tokens to ERC-20 SPC tokens on CoinEgg, EXX and Coinnest have finished. A total of 172,517,438 SPC has been swapped through exchanges.
- Swap through Qbao
Qbao, a centralized wallet on Qbao Network, has supported the swap interchange between the two SPC tokens since September 14, 2018. Over 18 million QRC-20 SPC tokens have done the swap through Qbao now.
For more details, visit https://spacechain.com/spc-swap-official-update/
- Our co-founder Zheng Zuo is currently in California, US, attending San Francisco Blockchain Week, which runs from Oct 5 to 12. The event “seeks to provide world-class education for both consumers and developers with the goal of pushing the boundaries of blockchain innovation. The focus of this week-long, immersive experience is to help the industry reach mainstream adoption through fundamental education and engagement with projects leading the way.”
The technical team based in China enjoyed a week-long public holiday last week to celebrate the 69th anniversary of People’s Republic of China.
Check out our weekly report every Monday for SpaceChain’s latest news and progress.
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