Weekly Development Update

02—08 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:

HyperCash/HC

Hcd

  • Modified logic of getwork
  • Optimised structure of blockheader
  • Released V3.0.0

Hcwallet

  • Released V3.0.0

hcGUI

  • Released V3.0.0
  • Ran tests for V3.0.0

Technical support

  • Provided technical support to several PoW mining pools

HyperExchange/HX

HX core

  • Develop Simplified Payment Verification nodes
  • Completed account name transference documentation

HX Indicator

  • Optimised Account Name Transfer page

HX IDE

  • Fixed bug; program is remained as background task after exit, causing occupied storage

Ongoing work:

HyperCash/HC

Hcd

  • Release V3.0.1

Hcwallet

  • Optimised code
  • Release V3.0.1

hcGUI

  • Release V3.0.1

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

HyperExchange/HX

HX core

  • Optimised storage
  • Implement structure of HX transaction

HX Indicator

  • Run tests on Simplified Payment Verification
  • Run tests for account name transference

HX IDE

  • Optimise debugger interaction
  • Add delegateCall on integration contract

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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