👉The Data DAO Hackathon was successfully ended, and winners have been announced
Sponsored by Filecoin Foundation, Filecoin Orbit, and hosted by FilSwan, the Data DAO Hackathon officially ended on September 11, 2022 (EDT), with 149 teams registered, and 71 projects submitted.
The judging team was impressed by the quality of work every participant did. And after screening and evaluation by the judges, the results of the competition were announced on September 18. Congratulations to the winning teams! We are communicating with the winners about the distribution of awards and other related matters.
👉FilSwan will attend the FIL-Singapore Summit and will host a side event themed Multichain Computing Networks in Singapore on September 26th
The FIL-Singapore event organized by Filecoin and Filecoin Foundation will be held at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from September 26 to September 27, 2022. FilSwan will also attend the summit to discuss the development prospects of Web3 and distributed storage ecosystems.
At the Fil-Singapore Summit, FilSwan will hold a side event themed Multichain Computing Networks at Cassia 3302, Level 3 from 3 pm to 7 pm on September 26th.
Juan Benet will present at our event, and we have prepared exquisite gifts for the participants. You are welcome to attend. Register here!
👉FilSwan formed a strategic partnership with CID.Contact
We are excited to announce our partnership with CID.Contact in the field of distributed data storage and are committed to providing the best content discovery and routing infrastructure for IPFS and Filecoin. CID Contact includes many workflows to improve the scalability and resiliency of content routing.
👉FilSwan Founder Charles Cao attended the 5th Session Community Call hosted by Compute Over Data Working Group
The Compute Over Data Working Group is an organization that provides a collaborative space for data computing teams and collaborates on common needs between projects. Charles Cao, FilSwan Founder, participated in the 5th Session Community Call live streaming event on August 31. FilSwan’s core product Multichain.storage was introduced to the community users.
👉FilSwan participated in the SBC2022 event and shared views with multiple project teams
SBC2022, the 5th Science of Blockchain Conference, hosted by the Stanford Center for Blockchain Research will be held at the Stanford University Alilaga Alumni Center from August 29 to August 31. Topics including cryptography, decentralized protocols, distributed systems, secure computing, DeFi, cross-chain bridges, and blockchain payments were discussed at the conference.
Compared with other blockchain conferences, SBC focuses more on the academic discussion of blockchain. Attendees from Ethereum Foundation, Protocol Labs, Interchain Foundation, Chainlink, Facebook, and more, shared and discussed cutting-edge technologies. Charles, the founder of FilSwan, also attended the conference and had technical exchanges with many blockchain project members.
Vitalik Buterin and Charles
👉 Multichain.storage deployed on the Polygon Mainnet
Multichain.storage has been successfully deployed on the Polygon mainnet. A 10GB free storage space is provided by FilSwan for every Multichain.storage user. MCS, the product name previously used by us are now officially changed into Multichain.storage. And accordingly, we have also enabled a new URL for Multichain.storage: https://www.multichain.storage
1. New feature: Monthly 10 GB file free storage — finished
2. BNB chain deployment — finished
3. SDK JS update for supporting monthly 10 GB file free storage
4. SDK Python update for supporting monthly 10 GB file free storage
UI design — ongoing
FilSwan Platfrom Launch Console
1. FS3 code optimization — target to finish at the end of September
2. Create tasks feature code optimization — target to finish on Sep 23rd
Other matters mainly include the development of new functions of Multichain.storage on the Mumbai testnet, the BNB testnet, and the calibration network.
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