QLC Chain, a project building a decentralized Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) blockchain, has released its bi-weekly report highlighting the development of its multidimensional block lattice, VPN router development, and community activities. QLC Chain aims to “enable any individual, business or organization to leverage their network resources to instantly become a service provider or network operator.”
On October 10th, 2018, QLC Chain launched its multidimensional block lattice structure onto TestNet, covered by NEO News Today. As of today, the block lattice structure’s project management was made public on GitHub, where individuals can track development progress. A link to the GitHub repository can be found below:
Between December 20th, 2018 and January 6th, 2019, the team implemented DPoS consensus, CLI commands, and internal services into its QLC Chain. Looking towards the next two weeks, the development team will focus on integrating processes into the QLC Wallet application and releasing the application.
With regards to its VPN routers, QLC Chain has released a new read only memory (ROM) version, which fixes a bug that read “disconnect after a long time running.” Further, the team will work on adding a remote upgrade function.
Lastly, QLC Chain states a survey about router models used by the community members is underway until the end of January. Participants who respond will be rewarded with US $20 coupons to purchase routers.
The full report can be found at the following link:
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