2 min readJan 2, 2022


SINSO Weekly Newsletter

SINSO is a Filecoin Layer 2+ infrastructure platform with top technical team members from all over the world. Drawing support from the up-to-date achievements of the Filecoin network, SINSO will expand the middle layer of Web3.0 and solve the application iteration problems caused by Filecoin’s lack of a complete ecological infrastructure system, and propel the transition of a wide range of DAPPs from Web2.0 to Web3.0.

SINSO development team upgraded the Testnet seamlessly twice this week and added four basic control functions, solving the transmission inefficiency and error reporting problems raised by some users. The current number of nodes in the Testnet has reached 2074. SINSO Testnet has been running smoothly for 34 days since its official launch. The SINSO team will continue to ensure that the Testnet runs in a more efficient and stable manner.

SINSO and UniArts Network have reached cooperation and the latter will join SINSO ecosystem. Based on SINSO’s storage and empowerment for NFT artworks, the two will launch joint NFT artworks in the future. UniArts is a multi-network NFT ecological platform, hoping to build a decentralized value discovery system for artists and art collectors, and promote the democratization of digital arts. NFT is the most innovative emerging industry in the world. SINSO will continue to cooperate with NFT ecological partners to build a leading NFT service circle, and will bring many early-bird benefits to the early partners.

The Filecoin Foundation and the Protocol Labs will conduct a social governance pilot project to explore how decentralized data storage can benefit public data and governance in New York City. Over the next five years, the Filecoin Ecosystem will support the city’s efforts to move the city’s open data onto a decentralized network. A more reliable, resilient, secure and cost-effective archive of the city’s public records will be created. Filecoin’s mission is to create a decentralized, efficient and robust foundation for human information. Today, more than 3,500 storage providers worldwide provide more than 13 EIBs of storage capacity for the network, which is the equivalent of storing the entire Wikipedia 76,826,821 times.

On Dec. 30th, the third batch of applications for the SINSO Distributed Cache Testnet was officially opened. All developers who are interested in and optimistic about SINSO ecology can apply for it. When filling in the application, please pay attention to the standardization and accuracy of information. Thank you for your support in 2021 and SINSO Ecology in 2022. We are looking forward to your joining us.




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