Hello Project PAI Community. Happy Pi Day! To celebrate our favorite irrational number 3.1415…, here is a special March 14 edition of PAI Updates.
- Proof of Useful Work (PoUW)
- Developing a proof of concept in python
- Deployed a running testnet on the DC/OS (distributed cloud operating system)
- Tested compatibility with different machine learning tasks and different supported variables
- Simulated system performance under different conditions
- Worked on message history/task log: consensus, voting, block commitment, gossip protocol, time synchronization
- Proof of Work/Proof of Stake (PoW/PoS) Hybrid Mining
- Implemented MiningCore REST API for user registration, verification and authentication.
- Implemented desktop miner modules for JSON Remote Procedure Call manager, HTTP manager, and authentication workflow in the pool model
- Added additional functional and unit tests
- PAI Coin Core Dev
- PAI Up Web Wallet
- Added Japanese and Korean language support for PAI Up Web Wallet in addition to existing English and Chinese support
- Initiated internal testing, fixing bugs identified through testing
- Improved user experience based on feedback from internal testers
Monthly GitHub Pulse
This month's activity on the Project PAI GitHub include:
- 3 developers pushed 47 commits
PAIYO, Here We Go!
Last week, Project PAI adopter ObEN announced in this newsletter the Alpha launch of their much anticipated PAIYO app. We were super excited by the outpouring of positive feedback and support from the community. Many people even shared their own PAIs in action, and spread the word about the first app on the PAI blockchain all over the world. After sending out almost 2000 Alpha invites, nearly 1000 new users have signed up to try the app. We’ve gotten hints from Team ObEN that another round of invites will be going out soon, so if you haven’t gotten a chance to try the app yet, make sure you sign up at paiyo.com !
A Community of Developers
As an open source project, a major element in the growth of the PAI ecosystem is the community of developers who contribute their talents by building apps on the PAI Blockchain. To support fellow developers, some of the Project PAI community members have worked together to create J1149.com , an informational website to help anyone who wants to build their own decentralized app. On the site, you will find use cases, API documentation, and example code - but more importantly, you will find like-minded peers eager to discuss, help, and support each other in creating apps on utilizing the Project PAI Blockchain. The site also encourages contributions from other members of the Project PAI community. Much like a wiki page, you can make recommendations to improve or add on to articles, or even write your own. The site also has a GitHub open to all contributors.
We are always amazed by the dedication and talent of the Project PAI community, and J1149.com is a shining example of those qualities. We look forward to seeing the site grow into the best source of information for those who want to develop apps on the PAI Blockchain.
Make sure you enjoy some Pi, pie, and PAI today! See you in the next issue of PAI Updates!
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