SINSO Weekly Newsletter
SINSO — The Web3.0 infrastructure focusing on decentralized high-speed cache and FVM-based data governance. SINSO team is composed of top technical 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. Without further ado, let’s get to the highlights of the week.
Since the access to Testnet of the fifth batch of whitelist, SINSO new Testnet now has more than 4000 nodes. If you are a whitelist applicant, please mind your inbox and read the email we sent you carefully and complete the node construction according to the instructions in the email.
On May 26, SINSO announced its technical advisor, Elias Hohl. Elias Hohl is a programmer, cybersecurity expert, and physicist, from Austria, also serves as the Austrian national physics trainer for the European Experimental Science Olympics. In the future, Elias will empower SINSO with his expertise in cyber security.
Elias Hohl Twitter：@sinsotech
According to Filecoin network stats: up to May 24, Filecoin has had 16.9 EiB network storage power, 4032 storage providers, 380+ organizations building on the network, 1630+ new peojects entering ecosystem, and 9776 contributors on GItHub. After the April round of Grants for New Storage Providers, Filecoin announced another round on May 18, and details can be checked by
Besides, “Filecoin Foundation (FF) and Lockheed Martin are working together to develop a program for deploying the Interplanetary File System (IPFS) in space. The space economy is rapidly emerging, and space-based services are increasingly used for everything from communication, to GPS, to environmental monitoring. As more tools are put into orbit, and as private space development and exploration continues, building out communications infrastructure in space is key to ensuring the space economy can thrive. This collaboration is the next step in establishing critical infrastructure that will transform how we share and access data in space.”
On May 27, SINSO officially announced a partnership with Poly Network. Poly Network is a global cross-chain protocol for enabling blockchain interoperability and building Web3.0 infrastructure. Poly Network has integrated over 25 blockchains, including Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Fantom, BNB Chain, and more. Since its launch, the protocol has enabled more than $16 billion cross-chain asset transfers involving 350,000 addresses on different blockchains. By combining SINSO and Poly Network, the concept and content of cross-chain operations can be further extended to improve the flexibility and extensibility of Web3 applications. Next, SINSO will continue to focus on cross-chain and public chain projects and develop relevant cooperation programs, and propose targeted storage solutions according to the characteristics of the industry. So, pls stay tuned!