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IPSE Weekly 5

   Lui  |   2019-10-28

Welcome to the IPSE Weekly.

 

IPSE(InterPlanetary Search Engine) is a distributed search engine based on IPFS. IPSE helps users to quickly search files on the IPFS network and find the data they need. At the same time, anyone can add hash tags for files on the network to get token reward.TheInterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a revolutionary hypermedia distribution protocol that will replace HTTP and build the next generation Internet from infrastructure. IPSE aims to provide safe and fast services and be the traffic portal for the next generation of the Internet,web 3.0.

 

Since the development of distributed technology and decentralized blockchain ecology is a large scope, we deliver the weekly digest by tracking the entire ecosystems.

 

Are you interested or looking to get involved? Click on some of the links below to see what we have onGithub (https://github.com/IPSE-TEAM).

 

Do you want to keep an eye on the updates? Please follow our official Blog(blog.ipse.io)to get the latest news.

 

The following are the highlight of this episode of IPSE Weekly.

 

 

1.Headline

Dive into Substrate/Polkadot with PDK

The current progress of development is on Parachain Development Kits (PDKs) that helps to create parachain compatible with Polkadot network.

 

>>What is Parachain Development Kits (PDKs)?

Parachain development kits (PDKs) are a set of tools that make it easy for developers to create Polkadot compatible parachains. A parachain has two major value adds that make it a desirable choice for a developer over creating a standalone chain:

●Shared security - removes the necessity of bootstrapping a chain's own validator set.

●Interchain communication - allows parachains to interoperate with each other through the ICMP protocol.

 

>>About Substrate and Polkadot

Polkadot is a platform with low barriers to entry for flexible,Polkadot makes it easier than ever to create and connect decentralized applications, services, and institutions. Polkadot is built on Substrate,an open-source framework that helps you build your own blockchain.The founder of the Substrate and Polkadot is Dr. Gavin Wood, former CTO of Ethereum.


Substrate Github

Polkadot https://polkadot.network


Do you want to know more about how IPSE uses application-specific blockchain technology? Check out the latest IPSE whitepaper.

 

Web3.0 Summit: IPFS Founder demonstrated IPFS-powerd apps, IPSE included

Juan Benet who is the founder and CEO of Protocol Labs(IPFS/Filecoin) gave a speech on

Web3.0 Summit 2019. He demonstrated a bunch of applications powered by IPFS,and IPSE was on the list.


 

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Web3.0 Summit 2019,Juan Benet: Building the Web3


>>Web3 Summit

Web3 Summit is organized around a single rallying call: to facilitate a fully functional and user-friendly decentralized web.Web3 Summit 2019 was held in Funkhaus Berlin,August 19-21.


2.IPSE Vision

Do you follow IPSE on Twitter (@ipfssearch)? For the latest news and announcements of IPSE,please check our Twitter feed or see the latest articles on Blog.

 

 BITE5: Introduction and Value Analysis of IPSE Project,24 Oct 2019

 How IPSE and Substrate/Polkadot slots work together to achieve interoperability,oschina,23 Oct 2019

 

3.IPFS+Polkadot  Ecosystem

Peergos v0.1.3: Huge speed up, native builds and transaction aware GC

See IPFS Camp Keynotes and Interviews(Link)

Polkadot runs its first Substrate-based parachain: Cumulus is on its way(by Gavin Wood)


4.Media Covers

 Lianxiang Finance: Web3 Summit 2019-IPFS founder showcases IPFS-powered applications including IPSE,19 Oct 2019


5. Community FAQ

Q: How many POST(IPSE token) in total?

A: POST is the token of IPSE, with a total number of 10 billion. Please visit the IPSE project website to check the number of everyday token release.

 

Q: How to make video plays faster when I search on IPSE?

A: Video content is stored in a distributed network, and its playback speed is affected by factors such as your router and node performance. You can download and install the IPSE Desktop, which may help you.

 

 

Thanks for reading 

That’s it for this week’s news on all things IPSE. If we missed something, please send us an email ipse.io@protonmail.com and let us konw! That way we can provide you with more content in next week’s episode.

 

 

 

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