QLC Chain Bi-Weekly Report — #043

QLC Team
QLC Team
Feb 28 · 4 min read

Product deliverable in parallel with community engagement

  1. QLC Chain officially joins MEF

QLC Chain officially joined MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) https://www.mef.net/ on Feb 24th, building a Service Chain for Information and Communications Technology Service Providers, to achieve, and to provide near-real-time self-organizing data-on-demand services to end customers.

MEF is an industry association of 200+ member companies that includes AT&T, Cisco, Sprint, China Telecom, China Unicom, T-Mobile, Huawei among many others. MEF is the driving force enabling agile, assured, and orchestrated communication services.

Find out more information via https://medium.com/qlc-chain/qlc-chain-joins-mef-building-dlt-based-commercial-and-operational-data-on-demand-platform-68206d8a3a77

2. The cooperation between QLC Chain and a leading Hong Kong operator on the QLC Chain-based settlement platform has entered into the stage of product deployment.

3. QLC Chain offers the Itinerary Check tool supporting travel records query and blockchain-based proofs

In response to the global COVID-19 virus outbreak, QLC Chain joins the global collective efforts in containing the fast-spreading epidemic by offering a new tool named ‘Itinerary Check’ built in its product Q-wallet.

The tool supports itinerary check by integrating the travel itinerary SMS provided by the mobile operators, and generates a blockchain-based proof of the users’ travel records.

As the number of infected with the coronavirus continues to increase across the globe, travelers are having their itineraries inspected by border officials.

To help contain the continual global spread of the virus, Q-Wallet looks to integrate more counter-Covid-19 services provided by the mobile operators and other service sectors on a global scale.

4. QLC Chain Allen conducted an AMA with the @CryptooIndia community on 22nd Feb regarding QLC Chain’s roadmap

The AMA lasted nearly 2 hours in the CryptoIndia telegram community with around 35 questions raised by blockchain enthusiasts. QLC Chain looks to grow the community and bring its solutions and products to a wider range of users and industry partners.

5. 3rd round of voting power delegation to the shortlisted voting nodes

Another round of voting power delegation to the newly shortlisted voting nodes is now in process. There have been a few previously shortlisted node runners disqualified due to their delay in setting up nodes. There will be the other eligible applicants shortlisted based on their application time, and filling up the corresponding spots.

Please pay close attention to the progress of voting power delegation by following the QLC Chain Twitter where the team will update and initiate the next round of shortlisting.

PUBLIC CHAIN DEVELOPMENT — Dual Consensus of DPoS and PoW

Completed (Jan 31- Feb 7)

  • Implement virtual router to collect CDR data

Ongoing (Feb 10 — Feb 21)

  • Refactor ledger service to support higher TPS
  • Support SMS settlement functions on-chain
  • Add more test cases

Next Step ( Feb 24 — Mar 6)

  • Support privacy of transactions
  • Prepare for the second phase of (P2P/Consensus) optimization
  • Refactor VM

Confidant Development

Completed (Jan 31 — Feb 7)

  • Develop the encrypted SMS feature in Encrypted Vault

Ongoing (Feb 10 — Feb 21)

  • Complete coding for the registration on the public chain part of the encryption and decryption tool for
  • Complete coding for the data encryption and decryption part of the encryption and decryption tool

Next Step (Feb 24 — Mar 6)

  • Complete and launch the encrypted SMS feature in Encrypted Vault
  • Research on the QID oracle node verification workflow
  • Implement the QID oracle node verification workflow

Q-Wallet Development

Completed (Jan 31 — Feb 7)

  • Improved the Discounted Group recharge

Ongoing (Feb 10-Feb 21)

  • Improve the recharge sales partner mobile
  • Develop the Itinerary Check feature that supports the travel records query and blockchain-based proof

Next Step (Feb 24- Mar 6)

  • Develop the voting module for community engagement
  • Add the QGas buyback and burn module

About QLC Chain

QLC Chain is to resolve the data trust and security problem in the communication industry, and aim to build a public chain for Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform.

From the ledger structure perspective: QLC Chain supports each account to have its own chain of ledger integrated with telecom service capabilities, named the multi-dimensional block-lattice structured ledger.

From an adoption scenario perspective: QLC Chain’s mission is to create a secure and trusted environment for communication services and to narrow down the digital divide by leveraging Distributed Ledger Technology, enabling everyone to operate and benefit from network services.

Learn more about QLC Chain https://qlcchain.org/

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The first public Chain for decentralized Network-as-a-Service! Visit our website at https://qlcchain.org/ Twitter @QLCchain

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QLC Chain is the Next Generation Public Chain for Decentralized Network-as-a-Service. QLC Chain’s mission is to create a secure and trusted environment for telecom services and to narrow down the global digital divide by leveraging Distributed Ledger Technology (DTL).

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