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.The InterPlanetary 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.
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The following are the highlight of this episode of IPSE Weekly.
Silve Xie explains Substrate and application-specific blockchain through the live broadcast
On 16 Oct, the founder and CEO of IPSE, Silver Xie shared his latest research with the community through a broadcast live. He said that It’s a great opportunity for IPSE to integrate with cross-chain technology to create a application-specific blockchain with the help of substrate framework and Polkadot network.
IPSE team completed 80% of the research on Substrate modules
The IPSE team is about to build a brand new application-specific blockchain based on Substrate, and the technical team has already started the study of the technology stack, and 80% of the research on Substrate modules has been completed. According to preliminary calculations, IPSE might use 90% of the modules.
>>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.
Do you want to know more about how IPSE uses application-specific blockchain technology? Check out the latest IPSE whitepaper.
● IPSE was being presented on IPFS Tokyo Meetup
On 14 Oct, IPFS project lead Molly Mackinlay presented the IPFS ecosystem growth and adoption on first IPFS Tokyo Meetup, and IPSE appeared on the apps list.
Video:Decentralized Web is coming,17 Oct 2019
Recapping IPFS in Q3 2019
While 2019 is coming to an end. The protocol Labs has released the Recapping IPFS in Q3 2019.To celebrate, they put together a very special issue looking back on all that the IPFS community has accomplished so far in 2019. From milestones like remixing our working group and shipping new releases, to the many awesome.
Announcing lotus, first alternate Filecoin implementation
The filecoin team officially announced lotus, the first alternate Filecoin implementation on the Blog. One of their most important goals is to make the Filecoin mainnet as secure and resilient as possible. One part of the network security strategy is launching the Filecoin network with multiple implementations. (Getting started with lotus)
6. Community FAQ
▍Q: Who is the founder of IPSE?
A: Silver Xie is the founder and CEO of IPSE, please visit the IPSE project website.
▍Q: Does IPSE(POST) mining need a wallet?
A: Yes you do need an EOS address as your digital wallet. All miners participate in the IPSE network for mining to obtain POST,the POST will be automatically transfered to your EOS address. You can choose Tokenpocket, MathWallet,etc..Try mining POST now? Check out the IPSE mining tutorial.
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That’s it for this week’s news on all things IPSE. If we missed something, please send us an email email@example.com and let us konw! That way we can provide you with more content in next week’s episode.
Search safe on IPSE https://ipse.io
IPSE whitepaper https://ipfssearch.io/IPSE-whitepaper-en.pdf
IPSE project introduction https://ipfssearch.io