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.
This week, SINSO R&D team continued to focus team work on SINSO Distributed Cache Testnet, whose current nodes have reached 1,360. SINSO team addressed problems like the inefficiency of data transmission reported by a small number of users, optimized broadband operation efficiency, and helped some new network nodes to become more familiar with and master the interactive process of the Testnet.
On Dec. 17, SINSO and Chacha Finance established strategic cooperation. The two parties have been planning to carry out multiple AMA activities in Thailand, Japan, and South Korea communities, of which the schedule will start after Christmas. CHACHA Finance is a cross-chain decentralized investment service platform with multi-channel projects and light social functions. The cooperation between the two parties will accelerate the global promotion of SINSO Distributed Cache Testnet.
On Dec. 14, SINSO team established a strategic partnership with Lunaray Blockchain Security. The latter will provide SINSO with long-term services regarding security audit, penetration testing, security operations, security emergency, and other comprehensive services. Lunaray is a leader in blockchain security smart contract auditing, and consulting services, and is one of the best professional security auditing companies in the industry.
On Dec. 13, the 2nd batch of whitelist applications for SINSO Distributed Cache Testnet nodes ended. Up to now, the total number of whitelist applications for SINSO Getway nodes has exceeded 10,000, and the number of current nodes accessed has exceeded 1,360. The network accessing of the 2nd batch of nodes will start on Dec. 18.