Weekly Development Update

24–30 May 2019

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The following is a weekly progress report from the HCASH development team. This report is divided in two parts: completed and ongoing work.

Our GitHub code can be found here: www.github.com/HcashOrg

Please note: code is being uploaded to GitHub progressively; if you find that something from this document is missing from a repository, please check back periodically.

Completed work:


  • Develop transaction synchronisation verification logic
  • Optimised txlockpool processing logic, including double-spend and block height update
  • Developed Inforpc


  • Optimised code


  • Fixed several bugs

HX core

  • Released V1.2.20
  • Completed Undertaker development

HX Indicator

  • Fixed crash issue occurring on macOS systems
  • Added block height display
  • Limited the number of operations included in a redeemed asset transaction


  • Completed IDE User Guide

HX Tools

  • Integrated dApp SDK with AnyBit API
  • Implemented token contact on hxscanner

Ongoing work:


  • Develop HAILP
  • Modify getwork logic
  • Develop block rollback logic


  • Continue to optimise code


  • Develop HAILP transaction (lightning transaction) verification system


  • Add lightning transaction feature


  • Prepare for new proposal

HX core

  • Run Undertaker unit test
  • Allow users to transfer account names to other users
  • Adapt contract voting interface at contract interaction layer

HX Indicator

  • Implement fault tolerance on Simplified Payment Verification


  • Optimise concurrent communication between IDE and debugger

HX Tools

  • Run tests for off-chain matchmaking engine and fix bugs
  • Develop Uniswap aApp for HX

We are grateful for the immense effort made by all contributors. Each contributor and community member is vital to the technical development of the HCASH ecosystem.

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