SpaceChain Weekly Report (Sept 10 to 16)
SpaceChain has adopted a dual token model – ERC-20 and QRC-20 — to support its development network. The QRC-20 SPC token and ERC-20 SPC token have a 1:1 swap exchange rate. The official switchover process from QRC-20 SPC to ERC-20 SPC began on September 14th (11:59 AM, UTC+8) and ended on September 17th (11:59 AM, UTC+8), on the exchanges CoinEgg, Coinnest and EXX.
If you missed the swap on the exchanges, you have the option to perform the swap yourself via QBao Wallet.
For more details about the official swap information, https://spacechain.com/how-to-swap-your-spc-tokens-from-qrc-20-to-erc-20/
- More than 10 different industry leaders have joined Blockchain Research Institute, and SpaceChain is the space exploration pioneer in the group. Read more about it in this article “Blockchain Research Institute Adds Cisco, Intuit, ExxonMobil, Procter & Gamble and SpaceChain” published on Sept 13 by the Bitcoin Exchange Guide News Team.
- From Sept 13 to 14, our co-founder Zheng Zuo attended the Upbit Developer Conference 2018 in Korea. Entrepreneurs, investors, marketers and journalists from all over the world gathered at the conference to discuss the future of blockchain. Themed Proof of Developer, the conference puts the spotlight on developers being central to the blockchain ecosystem.
During the two-day event, attendees had the chance to hear from the world’s top experts via various dynamic formats and share new ideas with other participants. There was also a forum where developers could openly discuss and share the latest in blockchain technology.
Zheng Zuo had a great time networking with shakers and movers in the industry as well as learning about the latest tech being developed.
Blockchain node in space
- Environmental blockchain experiment on the node space in complete
The platform team finished the environmental examination and tested the working performance for the blockchain payload in space this week. A signature test for multi-signature transactions was conducted after the examination as well.
The environmental examination tested the payload durability under conditions that could occur during real time missions in space such as extreme high and low temperatures, vibrations, etc. In our tests, the payload board performed well, with communication and signature functions behaving normally after the test.
The next steps will be delivering the payload board and the equipped platform to the launch vehicle and for a power on test.
- Test of the new virtual machine version complete
The issue with the previous version regarding data storage has been corrected in this new version. This week, our team completed tests on compatibility with Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 system environments. Our aim was to minimize issues with normal use and operation in these environments for developers. This new version of virtual machine will be released alongside the new version of the QuickStart document.
- Open-Source H3 development card
This week we’ve been working on improving software functionality of the H3 development board. We’ve added a function to display vital statistics such as network status and time, Qtum operation status, and a progress bar for transferring and confirming the number of transfer records.
Check out our weekly report every Monday for SpaceChain’s latest news and progress.