NEWS丨New Official Website of BlockCDN Will be Released
In order to provide users a quality experience, we officially launched BlockCDN’s new official website.
BlockCDN is a project of the Blockchain Global Development Foundation (BGDF). BLOCKCDN is a distributed CDN (Content Delivery Network) system based on Ethereum smart contract. The system sets the CDN mining, smart contract settlement and CDN trading market in one. Through chain work and online checkout, BLOCKCDN calls on global network participants to share their idle devices (such as PC, routers, TV boxes, mobile phones) and provide upload traffic making Internet acceleration nodes ubiquitous. Based on Ethereum smart contract system, BLOCKCDN will not only allow users of unused broadband to share idle network devices and upload traffic then getting higher benefits without adding additional inputs, but provide cheaper, multi-nodes, and faster distributed CDN services  for those websites that need to speed up.
Let’s have a look on the new official website.
BlockCDN’s new website changed the overall style, changing the main tone to technical black and increased the dynamic effect and interaction, giving people a cool visual sense while enhancing the interactive experience.
Improved presentation of project advantages. Adjusted the navigation bar and added a forum link. As for white papers, click navigation to browse online rather than downloading, which become more convenient. The bulletin and public number two-dimensional code have been added on the right to facilitate the user’s viewing.
The project development process is changed to a scroll mode for easier viewing.
The latest developments of the project will be reflected here and updated at any time to ensure that users receive the latest information about the project.
Add “Contact Us” page. Users can join QQ, Wechat, telegrams, and other official groups through this page. They can also submit suggestions or opinions. At the same time, the official website has added Japanese and Korean versions to enhance international exchanges.
Learn more about BlockCDN project, please click www.blockcdn.org