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EtherZero Weekly News 2019.3.26 – 3.31

EtherZero Weekly News 2019.3.26 – 3.31


Technological progress

1. Start the design of the EtherZero-slice scheme

2. With reference to the design of the beacon chain in Ethereum, start to write the prototype of the masternode network layer

3. For the service with EtherZero internal NTP synchronization time, the port 123 of UDP is changed to 53 to fix the problem that the synchronization time function is invalid

4. Optimized in the full-scale synchronization mode, start Geth time is too long, causing database compression warning


Project development

1. On March 28th, EtherZero opened the ETZ/ETH trading pair on the Dase Exchange (dase.vip).

2. On March 22nd, EtherZero reached a strategic cooperation with South Korea’s Bluebelt Exchange, and carried out in-depth cooperation on the development of blockchain market, public relations and resource exchange in Northeast Asia.

EtherZero reached a strategic cooperation with South Korea’s Bluebelt Exchange


Media Diffusion

On March 28th, the China Blockchain Contributors Annual Summit was held in Chongqing. Wu Jihan, Li Lin and other industry leaders attended the event. EtherZero Co-founder and CMO Chen Weiran delivered a keynote speech. The blockchain cannot be triangular. Balance and Unlimited TPS Exploration. In the speech, Chen Weiran elaborated on the relative balance of efficiency, fairness and security through the MPOS consensus mechanism. At the same time, he described the slice and the DAG technology being combined with the existing consensus mechanism to achieve the unlimited TPS research direction.

China Blockchain Contributors Annual Summit

China Blockchain Contributors Annual Summit

The conference was reported by Golden Finance and Mars Finance, and was widely forwarded among EtherZero fans.

China Blockchain Contributors Annual Summit

China Blockchain Contributors Annual Summit


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