Community updates｜ISO introduces the Six-Domain Model and the Six Domain Chains
In 2018, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) jointly released the world’s first unified Internet of Things (IoT) standard reference architecture ISO/IEC 30141. This new standard will ensure the seamless, safe and more flexible connectivity of tens of billions of smart devices worldwide.
As an innovative reference architecture for the Internet of Things, the six-domain model provides system designers with an excellent top-level guidance framework to integrate and connect more objects, devices, services, management teams, users, and resources in the Internet of Things. The six-domain model can also help to deconstruct the IoT collaborative ecosystem in different industries and guide the designers and developers in the application of the ecosystem for the establishment of new business models. With the support of the blockchain, the six-domain model itself will be more effective, so this highly credit-based technology is now increasingly used for financial services.
The ISO/IEC 30141 international standard project was led by Dr. Jie Shen from China and was co-edited by Wei Wei from Germany and Osten Franberg from Sweden. These three pioneers have decades of experience in the IoT field and have made significant contributions directly to the standard, along with experts from more than 50 different countries. “The Internet of Things presents many risks and opportunities,” said Dr. Shen. “We need to design a comprehensive top-level architecture and operational mechanisms to overcome these risks and capture the industry opportunities of the Internet of Things.”
Architecting a connected future
In 2018, ISO, together with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), published ISO/IEC 30141, the world's…
Community updates｜Global Community Numbers Grow
The global community continues to promote expansion. At present, the preliminary statistics have increased by more than 10,000 people, and there are 5 Battle Camp applications from the United States, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Ukraine.
Community updates｜Harbor Program and SDA price reward adjustment
*The Harbor Program to adjust back to the earliest published rules
Take the exchange “CoinW” every Monday at 5 o’clock, the price of CNYT 0.05 is the Harbor Program reward and calculation benchmark.
*SDA price reward mechanism adjustment
To encourage the entire community (both domestic and overseas) to participate in Battle Camps SDA price consensus incentives.Adjusted to include all exchanges currently trading in SDA, as a Battle Camp, you can announce and select one of the exchanges on your own.Maintain the SDA price at the official release price. If the price remains constant for 24 hours, the Battle Camp can get a reward of 250,000 SDAs.
1. Studied and summarized the principles and cases of Notaryschemes cross-chain implementation, and developed and demonstrateed SDChain’s cross-chain technical architecture and standards based on Notaryschemes.
2. Completed the division of the hierarchical architecture that defines the SDChain cross-chain technology, and developed the functional scope and communication protocol of the link layer, the cross-chain interaction layer, the transport layer, and the application layer.
3. Tested the SDChain-Matrix NFtoken RPC interface: docking the front-end application layer, calling the function interface of NFtoken through Http and Https mode, completing the debugging of each function, and performing statistical analysis on the response speed and concurrency of the interface.
4. Completed the SDChain-Wallet (Web) specification: Security Center and Wallet Management.
5. Completed the trading module development (transaction, market, historical pending order, current commission).
6. Completed the safety module development review.
7. Completed the security module development as well as fingerprint & gesture development.
8, SDChain-Holographic display data display optimization, completed 100%.
9. Continued to support the SDA convertibility of ERC20
Next week’s plans | SDChain-Matrix
1. Complete the background program development framework of the SDChain-Matrix CrossChain cross-chain system underlying service platform. The back-end framework uses a plug-in-based service framework to dynamically load or unload plugins based on cross-chain requirements.
2. Develop the WEBSOCKET and WEBSOCKETS communication modules for the background program of the SDChain-Matrix CrossChain cross-chain system.
3. Complete the development of HTTP and HTTPS communication modules for the background program of the SDChain-Matrix CrossChain cross-chain system.
Next week’s plan | SD-Wallet
4. Acceptance test SDChain-Wallet 1.5.0.
5. Trading module testing and bug fixes.
6. Continue to support the SDA convertibility of ERC20
Next week plans｜other
7. Continue to support the SDA convertibility of ERC20