Weekly Development Update

16–22 August

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The following is a weekly progress report from the HCASH development team. This report is divided into 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:


  • Modified lotteryhash
  • Modified simnet parameters
  • Modified block height for mainnet upgrade to cooperate with PoW mining pools

Technical support

  • Ran tests for PoW mining pool upgrade

HX core

  • Integrated contract storage to leveldb

HX Indicator

  • Fixed increasing CPU issue that occurs when automatic signature feature is running


  • Added delegateCall on integration contract

Ongoing work:


  • Optimise code
  • Run tests for mainnet upgrade
  • Run tests for block generation on mainnet V3.0
  • Release V3.0.2Beta


  • Run tests for mainnet upgrade
  • Release V3.0.2Beta


  • Release V3.0.2Beta

Technical support

  • Provide technical support for PoW mining pools regarding mainnet upgrade
  • Provide technical support for exchanges regarding mainnet upgrade
  • Provide technical support for wallets regarding mainnet upgrade

HX core

  • Store contract trading history to leveldb
  • Build native db for OTC contract
  • Support contract token trading on HDEX
  • Examine possible deadlock locations when HX is running

HX Indicator

  • Deploy Simplified Payment Verification

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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