This is Wally-wallet issue Our team released the first common prototype source code for our mobile tokennet App wallet last week. Currently, the team has started using Android apps and can be illustrated with our Tokennet App wallet page on GitHub, where the public can view and test code to understand the basic functions and processes of wallets, such as creating wallets, Import wallet and send payment.
This is the original prototype of the mobile Tokennet application wallet, which will be posted on Google Play once all elements have matured and fixed errors. Please follow the links below for more information: https://boscoin.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=68f43e713840d7344526da7e0&id=72cdea38f1&e=
Renewal of trust contract Although the current development is over, the team has created a prototype for storing and executing trust contracts.
They are currently creating a language specification that the end user can use to easily create their own trust contracts.
SCP review-for consensus
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Last week, we introduced our conference network voting process development.
This development validates our concept of using 2 cryptography technologies (homomorphic and public private) to ensure that the voting process can be conducted in a private manner, where:
Private vote: Allow members to vote without revealing their identities
1 People 1 votes: Although the ballot is in encrypted identity, but the system can ensure that only one person has a vote
Validity of the vote: Members are able to confirm the contents of their votes on the system.
Congressional voting prototype
Anonymous transparent system
Introduced Block chain is a distributed ledger technology, which can achieve transparency in the whole system.
In the case of Bitcoin, although the user is reserved anonymously, transparency means that open source code is available and the ledger data can be extracted from the API.
For Boscoin: The Boscoin currently under development is a platform based on this concept. The difference is that, in addition to value trading (i.e. Bitcoin), Boscoin is currently planning to provide three other key aspects on its platform, a different type of consensus algorithm (which will be used to solve current problems, such as scalability-see https://medium.com/@boscoin/ DPOS-MFBA-C84BAE2E21AE Trust Contract (please read the article [https://boscoin.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=68f43e713840d7344526da7e0&
ID=BF85DE373B&E=91470ACCC5] A key to the General Assembly network is a voting process in which members of Congress will be able to vote on things like project proposals.
Boscoin has collaborated with KSA (KSA’s business interpretation) to develop protocols to ensure anonymity within the BOS platform.
1_dqw3pgvh2vudv_ehyceilw.jpeg800x450 94.6 KB April 26, 2018, our partner, KSA, presented their first voting system prototype to the BOS Platform Convention Network.
The prototype demo includes the source code and the logical model walkthrough, which confirms the concept of Boscoin:
Private vote: Make sure that the vote does not need to disclose the voter’s information or identity; One-one-one-vote: Ensure that the system recognizes that an account can vote no more than once;
Validity of the vote: Ensure that the vote is not tampered with (voters can confirm their votes). This is done by the electorate to generate the stamp of the ballot and its change in every vote-only the voters will personally know which ballot stamps are theirs;
However, the system is also able to confirm/confirm the voter/voter vote. This voting prototype requires a deep understanding of cryptography, including public and private keys and homomorphic encryption. The main difference from the currently available technology (Bitcoin) is that the current system can use aliases (that is, the public and private keys) to protect the user’s identity, but they do not need to operate according to identity and are anonymous. The BOS platform voting process requires the public not to know who the voter is, but it also lets the system know that only one identity has been cast. Although the prototype confirms the feasibility of Boscoin’s congressional voting concept, the prototype was developed under the local system;
The additional data generated is currently too large to handle and requires a large amount of resources.
The next step is for the team to further develop this prototype to address the following issues:
Block chain integration: To ensure that the product can use block chain data to run block chain;
Performance and Scalability: Reduce the size of output data and shorten processing time While this demonstration only confirms our congressional vote, we acknowledge that there is still a lot of work to be done to prepare for the BOS platform.