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  • Nervos kicks off first CKLabs cohort with Portal Wallet and Tocial

    A few months ago we launched CKLabs, an incubator for early-stage startups and blockchain teams that want to build and scale with the Nervos ecosystem. We received dozens of applications from all kinds of dApp projects for our structured four-month program. Though it was a hard decision to make, we’re pleased to announce we’ve chosen two projects — Portal Wallet and Tocial — to be part of our first cohort.Through CKLabs, we’re able to give teams a deep dive into the Nervos infrastructure and the… … More

  • Nervos joins Coinbase’s Rosetta to simplify blockchain integration

    While the blockchain space is ripe for innovation, there are some barriers that can slow development. One of the major obstacles for developers is blockchain integration.That’s why we’re thrilled to announce our new integration with Rosetta, an open source toolkit from Coinbase designed to make blockchain integration simpler and more effective.Through the integration, Nervos developers will be able to build on Nervos CKB — the layer 1, proof of work public blockchain protocol of the Nervos Netwo… … More

  • Introducing Nervos’ integration with China’s Blockchain-based Services Network (BSN)

    We’re excited to announce our upcoming integration with BSN, China’s Blockchain-based Services Network!The integration is set to go live on August 10th with the launch of BSN’s new International Portal and will make the Nervos blockchain available to millions of potential users and developers through the International Portal.What is BSN?BSN is a cross-cloud, cross-portal, cross-framework blockchain-based infrastructure network, which integrates cloud resources, underlying frameworks, operating e… … More

  • Nervos CKB Development Update #38

    By Ian Yang.Jun 29 to Jul 12, 2020TL;DRThe latest release of ckb is v0.33.1, which fixed a security advisory GHSA-r9rv-9mh8-pxf4.We are working to limit ckb memory usage.Tentacle now has a Go version.Status UpdateThe latest release is v0.33.1.CKB v0.33.1 has been released to address the issue of GHSA-r9rv-9mh8-pxf4. We observed a surge of uncle rate on Jul 1st. It in turn increased the block interval. From a consensus algorithm’s perspective, a large block interval should lower the uncle rate. H… … More

  • Nervos x Token Terminal: Interview with Kevin Wang

    In this blog series, we interview founders from the crypto space to learn more about them and the products they’re building. For our most recent interview, we sat down with Kevin Wang, the co-founder of Nervos. Nervos is a L1 blockchain built for L2 application-specific chains.In this interview, we go through topics ranging from the team’s current product focus to future plans.What is Nervos?Nervos is a multi-layered blockchain ecosystem. Layer 1 is the Nervos CKB (Common Knowledge Base), which … … More

  • Grant Approved: LeapDAO to Build EVM-Compatible Sidechain Framework

    It is with great excitement that we announce LeapDAO will be building an EVM-compatible sidechain framework for Nervos! With this framework, developers will be able to utilize the breath of existing Ethereum contracts and tooling to build sidechain applications that leverage the underlying security and flexibility of Nervos.Why Sidechains?When running on sidechains, applications de-couple from traffic on the mainchain, adding certainty about transaction cost and confirmation time, allowing for a… … More

  • A Tale of Abstractions: the quest for better CKB developer tools

    Three years ago, we embarked on a journey to build a blockchain platform that we, as developers ourselves, would love to use and rely on. Building on top of this rationale, we started to craft the founding pillars of Nervos CKB:Safety: can people rest assured while their assets are being guarded by CKB?Stability: can people rely on CKB to be there in decades to come?Performance: can people trust that CKB will provide the best in class performance, given the previous 2 goals are met?We strive ver… … More

  • Nervos CKB Development Update #37

    By Ian Yang.Jun 1 to Jun 28, 2020TL;DRReleased ckb v0.33.0.Continue working on chain sync performance.Changes in CKBWe have:Released CKB v0.33.0.Improved chain sync performance. (#2067, #2081)Added a new sub-command replay to verify the local chain (#2045)Fixed a vulnerability that ckb process crashes on invalid input. (GHSA-pr39–8257-fxc2)Added document to explain different protocol handles in tentacle. (ProtocolHandle)Supported updating log levels dynamically via RPC (#2113)Added RPC truncate … … More

  • Nervos Grant Announcement: Obsidian Systems Hardware Wallet Support

    Obsidian Systems has been awarded a second grant from Nervos Foundation to continue their work aimed at bringing full Ledger support to CKB. To better understand what’s being developed in this new grant, let’s do a quick recap of the developments and functionality achieved in the first grant. from Obsidian Labs created a tutorial that walks users through using the Ledger Application on CKB-CLI and sums up the developments below:BO… … More

  • Nervos CKB Development Update #36

    By Cipher Wang, Xuejie Xiao, Ian Yang.May 18th to 31st, 2020TL;DRWe have released ckb v0.32.0 and Neuron v0.31.0-rc1.Lumos now has a sample project for you to check out.We have started work on another new project.Changes in CKBWe have released v0.32.0, which continues improving the chain sync.We are working on:Improving RPC error messages and documentation.Implementing Chain Freezer to separate code and hot data in the database.Improving chain sync.Adding more tests.Collecting more data via benc… … More

  • Introducing Keyper for cell management on Nervos

    On smart contract platforms, it is common for users to have a single address they use consistently. However, the cell model of Nervos presents a different design paradigm, in which users will likely control many different cells that use different lock scripts. This design gives powerful flexibility when interfacing with the blockchain. To control cell ownership, developers can specify conditions and make use of any number of cryptographic primitives to control cell ownership. An example of this… … More

  • Nervos CKB Development Update #35

    By Cipher Wang, Xuejie Xiao, Ian Yang.May 4th to May 17th, 2020TL;DRCKB v0.32.0 will be released on May 22 and Testnet Aggron will be reset on the same day.We are building two dApp development frameworks: Capsule and Lumos.CKB Explorer has a new look.Neuron v0.30.0 has been released.Changes in CKBWe have delayed the release of v0.32.0 to this Friday (May 22) because of bugs:Fix collaboration issues between two protocol by driftluo (nervosnetwork/ckb#2075)Fix orphan block pool deadlock by quake (… … More

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