SpaceChain Weekly Report (Oct 8 to 14)
- SpaceChain’s token has received a 100% score by Certik – a “formal verification framework to mathematically prove that smart contracts and blockchain ecosystems are bug-free and hacker-resistant.” Read more about it here.
- For the past two weeks, our CEO Zheng Zuo has been in California attending various events. Here are the highlights:
San Francisco Blockchain Week, from Oct 5 to 12 in San Francisco.
The focus of this week-long experience is to help the industry reach mainstream adoption through fundamental education and engagement with projects leading theway.
BCH DEVCON, from Oct 10 to 11 in San Francisco.
6BCH DEVCON makes its debut to the public and the BCH community during San Francisco Blockchain Week. The BCH Hackathon event got hackers inventing new projects on BCH, solving existing problems on Wormhole (a tokenization and smart contract project for BCH), and implementing technical solutions. Zheng Zuo commented “Excited to see so much passion and innovation in the blockchain community.”
Satellite Innovation 2018, from Oct 9 -11 in Silicon Valley.
The conference gathers some of the brightest minds in the satellite industry to share and discuss the latest market forces and emerging technologies. Keynote speakers included Viasat’s Chairman and CEO Mark Dankberg, and Future Ventures & DFJ co-founder Steve Jurvetson.
Panel: “Big Ideas: satellite technology that will define tomorrow”
Blockchain node in space
- Development completed + optimizing service
This week we completed development of the node and the team has begun to debug the ground system. Additionally, we’ve also started to optimize the services provided by the space node.
- Ethereum client data synchronization issue
During the Ethereum client migration plan, we ran into an issue regarding the client being unable to synchronize data. After a few repeated occurrences, our engineers discovered that the client failed to send the network packets before the data synchronization progress began. During the debugging process, we discovered that the return value of a string format conversion function in the SpaceChain OS library didn’t match the data format required by the client calling interface. Right now, the client can synchronize data, but we are working on other issues with the synchronization feature.
- Display of H3 development board and wallet function
This week, we needed to verify and sort the SpaceChain OS hardware full node wallet code. We completed this process and will continue to update the project on GitHub as well as provide more detailed instruction documents as we make progress.
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