We are working day and night in order to release around June 15th, 2020 our second iteration of Concordium Testnet that will include the release of our ID management mechanism and many more super cool stuff.
We have released our Roadmap that is covering the Testnet Eras until Mainnet and the first features post-mainnet. Click here to access it.
Openings @ Concordium
Our Development and Science Teams are working intensively on the next iteration of Concordium Testnet which will occur around June the 15th.
Here are some tasks we’ve been working on:
[open source] - Preparing the repos to be opened and mainly the Consensus Layer
[visualization] - New Dashboard features deployed in beta
[staking] - Deployment of the Concordium Delegation in the testnet environment
[nodes] - Finalization of the node storage optimizing
[mobile] Internal testing of ConcordiumID, the mobile app that will be released during Testnet 2
[Id Layer] - Initial Integration with Nota Bene
[client] - Adding more commands to the Concordium Client
Press and Content
The Bitcoin News | Concordium, Blockchain done right
Concordium Blog | Sharding 102: Takes Two to Tango
Concordium Blog | Sharding 103 - A Question of Control
Concordium Blog | Leveraging Weight Functions for Optimistic Responsiveness in Blockchains
Concordium Blog | Topology-Hiding Computation for Networks with Unknown Delays
Concordium Blog | Cryptographic Reverse Firewalls for Interactive Proof Systems
Concordium Blog | Double Spending Protection in the Concordium Blockchain
Research and Academic Events
Due to the current situation, most of the events we planned to attend are canceled. We will keep updating you when it comes to online events Team Concordium has participated in.
From May 27th to July 15th, Concordium Blockchain Research Center Aarhus and the Department of Information and Communication Technologies are hosting the workshop Theory and Practice of Blockchains 2020 (TPBC20).
On May 25th Concordium Blockchain Research Center Aarhus, together with The Department of Computer Science of Aarhus University, inaugurated the Theory and Practice and Multi-Party Computation (TPMPC 2020) workshop, which will carry on until June 4th.
This newsletter is curated by Team Concordium. Artwork by Maria Rojas.
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