Bulwark’s (BWK) Carver2D block-chain storage algorithm — cryptocurrency update.

Bulwark Crypto
Jan 21 · 2 min read

This week’s focus was to migrate the rest of our Carver2D block chain storage algorithm into our new Carver Framework. We’ve tackled a new type of a context that showcases more advanced framework features.

The address context will take a set of parsed movement data from a block-chain transaction, create new addresses if they don’t exist and update address balances. This flow of data really showcases how powerful our reducers can be used to create & update data.

Coming Up

We’re also updating the new “address movements” context which utilizes multiple database tables so it’s taking slightly longer than expected as we don’t have any other contexts created in this manner, as this has never been done before. Starting Wednesday (1/22/2020), we’ll focus on the front-end of the Carver Framework.

We’ve been working on the server & data side for the past month and it’s time to take all of that data and put it to use. We’ll be focusing on front-end widgets and expect to see some real chain data this week!

This means more screenshots of the actual website are coming up. Be sure to follow our github updates:

Other great news: CoinMarketCap added cryptocurrency exchanges Crex24 and Graviex BWK/BTW market-pairings to their database:

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Bulwark CoinMarketCap

Check it out for yourself here: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bulwark/markets/

Wishing you the very best until next week’s update.

Kindly, Bulwark Team.

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