QLC Chain, which aims to create a public blockchain offering decentralized Network-as-a-Service (NaaS), has released its 13th bi-weekly report. In addition, PlayBlockz, a developer community responsible for maintaining QLC Chain’s open-source decentralized application (dApp), WinQ, is holding another community vote. The vote will determine WinQ’s next development focus.
Block Lattice Updates
After a period of gathering feedback from QLC token holders, the QLC Chain’s “Multidimensional Block Lattice Structure” wallet and block explorer have debuted to the general public. QLC claims to have transaction confirmations on its own blockchain in under one second. Both the standalone QLC Chain TestNet and MainNet are still in development.
QLC Chain’s Private Communication Services system was displayed and demonstrated for the crowds at QLC Chain’s Consensus: Singapore booth on September 19th and 20th. The services are a combination of blockchain-based private routers, and end-to-end encryption using a private messenger application. File transfers will also be supported.
Community Governance Program
PlayBlockz Collective, who have assumed responsibility for WinQ, QLC Chain’s open-source dApp, is holding another community vote. The results of the vote will guide further development of WinQ. Voters in the majority will share QLC rewards from the collective pool.
To participate, voters will need to join the QLC Chain Telegram channel and share their public NEO address before submission to be eligible for rewards. Voting started at 7:00 UTC on September 27th, and will continue to 7:00 UTC on September 30th, 2018.
The QLC Chain biweekly report can be found at the following link: https://medium.com/qlc-chain/qlc-chain-bi-weekly-report-013-d821e20bb33a
More information on the QLC Chain project can be found through the links below.