We set our sights on hardware and continue IIoT software development.

Jason Chao
May 18, 2018 · 2 min read

As mentioned in our previous update, these reports are to be released on a bi-weekly basis on Fridays at 3:00pm PT. All important public updates pertaining to Orbis will be included in these reports.

Speculative information provided in our community Telegram channel may be inaccurate and should not be taken as fact. Information on progress will not be disclosed in the Telegram by staff prior to these reports.

Orbis x BitPaction

We are thrilled to announce that on May 31, 2018 OBT will begin trading on Bitpaction. Our initial listing pairs will be OBT/BTC and OBT/ETH.

We will also be moving forward with a listing on BiteBTC with initial trading pairs for our OrbisToken being OBT/USD and OBT/BTC.

Further details will be announced jointly with the exchanges including exact trading start times and OBT trading promotions.

Our Airdrop is currently being distributed to participants via a script. Although we intended for the process to be more accelerated; we’ve experienced delays relating to ongoing DDoS attacks on Neon APIs. We apologize for the delays and would like to once again thank all airdrop participants.

Nordic RF52-DK

On the development side, we are excited to announce we have partnered with a Bluetooth consulting company to expedite the first Orbis Industrial SMART City Solutions. They will be working alongside our internal engineering and development team to push forward our flagship industrial app.

We’ve purchased hardware, associated development kit boards, and various sensors; to develop and test our solution with the purpose of releasing the first industrial use cases in the near future which will see us focus on the SMART City and Energy Savings sectors. We’re using Apache MyNewt as the open source lightweight operating system (OS) upon which OrbisMesh will be developed. Beyond that, we are in process of setting up a development lab with the supported hardware to test our initial SMART City use case scenarios.

Though we are using open source or third-party hardware now, Orbis will be developing our own circuit boards and ASIC for OrbisMesh. These will be offered to third-party developers and are expected to be in production by the end of 2019.


Blockchain based mesh networks for enterprise IoT, smart cities, and individuals

Jason Chao

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Founder of Orbis



Blockchain based mesh networks for enterprise IoT, smart cities, and individuals

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