[Done] Encrypted handshake support
●Basic kdf support
[Done] Add semantic and dynamic validators
●Validate VM and states
[Done] Fix Android file system permission
●Add permission and android target version checking
[Done] React-native wallet
●Transaction detail component
|Number of token holders||19181||+15.58%|
|Number of transactions||50624||+6.96%|
(Data source: Etherscan.io)
|WeChat & QQ||7344||-3.5%|
IoT Chain team invited to Blockchain x Industry #3 in Seoul
The IoT Chain team was invited to Blockchain x Industry #3 in Seoul on August 1, 2018 to discuss with peers from China and Korea on the industrial application of blockchain technology in the Internet of Things, entertainment and other fields.
IoT Chain team invited to 2018 Huobi Carnival
The IoT Chain team was invited to attend the 2018 Huobi Carnival held in Seoul, Korea from August 2–3, 2018. The IoT Chain team delivered a keynote speech at the Huobi Carnival, provided a review of the project’s key developments and achievements over the past year and announced that all Ethereum DApps can now be completely moved to IoT Chain.
Elliptic Curves Cryptography
Elliptic Curves Cryptography (ECC) is an asymmetric cryptography based on the algebraic structure of elliptic curves over finite fields. The encryption algorithm is irreversible. It is easy to calculate in one direction, but it cannot be reversed in the opposite direction. For example, the private key can generate the corresponding public key through the ECC operation, but the public key cannot reversely derive the private key.