1. Developed and tested the Kaleido Golang code repository for storage proof, addressing any bugs discovered during testing and optimizing.
2. Debugged issues with the enhanced version of CESS’s file upload, download, and deletion features
3. CESS participated in the Web3 Festival in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 12th to 15th.
4. CESS attended multiple web3 events in Hong Kong. Click here for details.
Project Development Details:
Current testnet: V0.5.3 consists of consensus and storage nodes. Consensus nodes maintain the world state of the CESS network (by CESS Node)and serve as the “data authentication station” (by TEE Worker). Storage nodes provide verifiable storage space and serve as the “data storage pool” in the CESS network.”
Consensus Miner [v0.5.3]
Developed and tested the Kaleido Golang code repository for storage proof, addressing any bugs discovered during testing and optimizing.
Standardized the async runtime library in the Kaleido Rust code repository for storage proof to improve code uniformity;
Debugged issues with the enhanced version of CESS’s file upload, download, and deletion features.
Identified and addressed potential issues in the file storage process through thorough testing, to enhance the overall stability of the CESS network.
Developed the key sharing functionality in the TEE Worker program, based on the p2p network, and optimized the program’s code structure.
Storage Miner [v0.5.3]
Deployed the sidecar service as a substitute for substrate go-sdk, enabling efficient querying of large amounts of chain data.
Debugged and tested the enhanced version of CESS’s file upload, download, and deletion features.
The mission of CESS is to provide Web3 with practical storage services. The product ecosystem of the current CESS network is becoming more robust and prosperous. Innovative applications such as decentralized object storage service (DeOSS), online file sharing tool (DeShare), and public chain snapshot storage service have been incubated. Users can experience these functions. Updates for this week:
Official website (cess.cloud)
Improved the UI details of all pages on the official website and added a cache to the Blog page data to prevent access failures caused by slow data loading.
Developed the automatic generation function of the sitemap.xml file.
13 consensus nodes and 5251 storage nodes registered with almost 86.59 tib effective storage space within 155 days after the v0.5.3 testnet was launched. More details on the blockchain explorer.
If you encounter any issues building a node, please seek assistance on CESS Discord.
The miner reward event for the CESS testnet continued as storage and consensus miners can earn points by participating. Points can be exchanged for CESS tokens when the mainnet launches. Latest miner reward list.
1.CESS participated in the Web3 Festival at booth G25 in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 12th to 15th. Jessie Dai, CESS Co-founder and COO, and the team showcased their solutions and engaged in fruitful exchanges with other leading projects during the conference.
2. On April 11th, CESS participated in the “Opening the Digital Era of Web3” event, jointly organized by UWEB (University of WEB3) and 7 O’Clock Capital, which was held in Hong Kong.
3. CESS co-founder and COO Jessie Dai joined other industry experts in a roundtable discussion at the Polkadot Meetup on April 11th in Hong Kong on how to prepare Web3 infrastructure for the next billion users. Related tweet.
4. CESS participated in the Cryptography Bureau event hosted by 7o’clock, where our Marketing Manager, John Humphreys, shared our latest developments with the audience. It was an excellent opportunity to showcase our progress and engage with other experts in the field of cryptography. Related tweet.
5. The Duke University Web3 Hackathon HackDW3C is ongoing till April 23rd, sponsored by CESS and Hedera, as we explore the potential of Web3 and leverage CESS’s decentralized storage network. CESS Co-founder and Chairman, Nick Zaldastani, is a member of the judging panel.
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