QLC Chain has released its bi-weekly report, which highlights development progress of the public blockchain and VPN routers, adjustment of QLC Chain’s development plan, and updates to WinQ 2.0. Recently, an incentive program was announced for VPN operators and active community members to test the platform.

Since the launch of its Multidimensional Block Lattice on TestNet, QLC Chain has been preparing for the launch of its MainNet. Recent progress includes defining the wallet interface and smart contracts, and refining of the Ledger module implementation.

Looking forward, the team will focus on implementing the wallet and wallet manager, implementing the smart contract API, and multi-signature functionality for smart contracts.

With regards to its VPN routers, QLC Chain completed the testing of all WinQ server routing functions and improved the stability by updating the file transmission protocol. In the upcoming weeks, the team will focus on open sourcing the WinQ server router and integrating with hardware.

QLC Chain made adjustments to its development plan to address a perceived bottle neck in the blockchain industry, driving wider adoption. To be able to handle customer demand, MainNet launch has been rescheduled to tentatively take place March of 2019. It is expected that by June of 2019, the QLC Chain network will be ready to add more enterprise users, and be able to handle more than 4 billion transactions annually.

Lastly, community developer group, PlayBlockz, is currently seeking beta testers for WinQ 2.0. The dApp now has support for multiple chains, and has a new utility token (WGAS) for in-app VPN services.