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SimpleChain Weekly Report: August 17-August 23

Mainnet Data

Up until August 23th 2020, the amount of total addresses on SimpleChain is 14,158. Average peak computing power is 489.655 GH/S, and average peak difficulty is 6,171 G. The amount of total transactions is 211,682.

Technical Development

SimpleChain 2.0

Updated the cross-chain docker mirroring 2.0, adding the mirroring of the execution file for placing and taking orders;

Suanli.com

  1. Released new version;
  2. Optimized payment module and notification module, fixed bugs;
  3. Finished the latest version of test report.

Trusted Data
Built a trusted data environment.

Community Highlights

Meet the Judges of the Black Hole Developer Challenge!

Yu Xiong: Member of Expert Board, All Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain, UK

Active in the United Kingdom and China, Yu Xiong is currently a member of Expert Board of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain in UK, Asscociate Dean International(China), Chair of Business Analytics at University of Surrey, CISL Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, and President of the UK International Innovation Centre. He has rich experience in both academia and entrepreneurship, and will provide deep insights for the teams.

Yu Xiong believes that the development challenge is an excellent platform for developers and entrepreneurs who wish to implement real-world blockchain applications. It is the perfect opportunity for developers with great ideas and technology. Yu Xiong hopes to see more China-based projects expand into the global market, and that more investors will facilitate the development of high-quality blockchain projects.

Krzysztof Piech: Chairman of Polish Blockchain Technology Accelerator

Professor Piech is a professor at the Department of International Economic Relations, and Director of the Blockchain Technology Center at Lazarski University in Poland. He is also the chairman of the Polish Blockchain Technology Accelerator. He has taught at the Warsaw School of Economics for about 20 years.

Professor Piech thinks that SimpleChain is a mature public chain in terms of technology. He hopes that this developer challenge will incubate a new batch of applications for real-world cases and problems. Professor Piech emphasized that blockchain technology is not, and should not be, castles in the air. It must be combined with real-world cases to create new value and new energy for all kinds of businesses.

This speaks to the mission of SimpleChain: Simplify the blockchain for business. Since mainnet launch, SimpleChain has implemented applications in judicial system, intellectual property right protection, social e-commerce, charity, offline payment, gaming & entertainment and other fields.

Mehdi Ghane: International Data Center Architect

Mehdi Ghane is a professor of emerging computing technology, a FinTech and DeFi consultant, and an international data center architect. He focuses on research in non-zero sum financial games, Islamic finance tools and DeFi. He started mining and researching blockchain technology back in 2013.

Mehdi Ghane believes that blockchain technology is not as interesting as hyped by the media, and its real value lies in applications. The right application combined with the right platform, is the secret of success for blockchain technology. Mehdi Ghane hopes that this developer challenge will find open-source, problem-solving developers that have great ambitions. He will provide valuable entrepreneurial experience for the teams.

About SimpleChain

Launched on January 4, 2019, SimpleChain aims to simplify the blockchain for business, and build a simple, easy-to-use distributed blockchain network to promote a distributed digital economy. SimpleChain is a PoW main chain with flexible sub-chains. Different sub-chains can adopt different kinds of consensus mechanisms and block data structure as needed, to enable a variety of applications and use cases on blockchain. SimpleChain now has applications in digital evidence deposition, copyright protection, gaming, cryptoasset services, social e-commerce, and more.

Built on VeraxChain, SimpleChain’s first sub-chain, Baoquan.com provides record keeping services which serves to keep records of online data and authenticate electronic evidence. In June 2018, Hangzhou Internet Court of China judged a case of copyright dispute based on data stored on Baoquan.com. For the first time in China, the legal effect of the electronic data stored on blockchain is recognized in the judicial system. (News link: https://www.coindesk.com/blockchain-can-legally-authenticate-evidence-chinese-judge-rules)

Find SimpleChain at:

— -Overview — -

Website: www.simplechain.com
Whitepaper: www.simplechain.com/ims/chain/download?spm=1922.1381.010729.122&language=english
Github: www.github.com/simplechain-org
Blockchain Explorer: www.explorer.simplechain.com/

— Community — -
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SimpleChain
Telegram: www.t.me/SimpleChainEN
Medium: www.medium.com/SimpleChain
Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/SimpleChain
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SimpleChainOfficial

— -SIPC Wallet, Mining & Trading — -
Mobile Wallet-SIPC.VIP: download available at https://www.sipc.vip/?lang=en

Mobile Wallet-Chainbox: download available at www.simplechain.com

Browser Plug-In Wallet-SimPlug: guide available at https://medium.com/simplechain/simplug-guide-sipc-wallet-in-your-browser-c2440843decb

Mining Client on PC-SimpleNode (can also act as a wallet): download available at www.simplechain.com

Mining Pools
1. SimPool (Chinese only): www.simpool.vip
2. MATPool (Chinese only): www.matpool.io/
3. DXPool (English & Chinese): www.dxpool.com/
Mining Guide with DXPool: https://www.dxpool.com/help/en/sipc-mining-tutorial

Mining Machine: SimpleNode X1 USB mining machine: 2M hashrate, 5W power use. Please contact @Laurenxy on Telegram if interested.

Trading

SIMPLE/USDT: www.coinex.com

SIPC/USDT: www.ztb.com

(Both SIMPLE and SIPC represent SimpleChain’s native digital asset.)

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