- nConnect key use case: NAS remote access
- nMobile progress: Cross platform notification on iOS and Android
- NKN mainnet v.2.0.5 release
- Marketing plans: updating NKN Introduction presentation and official website
- Collaboration with nCDN customers (e.g. iQIYI) in good progress
Mainnet technical development updates
Latest Mainnet Stats October 10, 2020:
- 💻 27,763 full consensus nodes
- 🏭 144 ISPs or cloud providers
- 🌐 33 countries & regions
The latest stable release for mainnet is v2.0.5
nConnect key use case:NAS remote access
Finding a way to securely access data and services from anywhere is probably the biggest challenge that Internet users face today. While tablet devices have limited storage and cloud services require all your data into the cloud, NKN offers a conventional solution: nConnect, which ensures users have the power to take their data and applications anywhere they want to while keeping them nice and safe.
NKN’s nConnect is currently working with top tier NAS vendors in this space, and we’ve already got fantastic testing results for this specific user case.
nMobile progress: Cross platform notification on iOS and Android
NKN team is always determined to offer the most trusted chat app which eradicates the roots of security hacks and privacy issues of popular chatting applications by removing all centralized servers and runs only on NKN’s dataRide platform.
One of the key challenges of decentralized messaging applications is notification, which needs to use centralized servers and adapt to different mobile operating systems. However, real time notification is essential for great user experience. Therefore, the NKN team is now implementing the cross-platform notification service of nMobile on both Android and iOS. Stay tuned for next nMobile releases.
Download and try nMobile today!
Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nmobile/id1499487381
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nkn.mobile.app
Product demo video: https://youtu.be/bDh7CUvnqW0
Bug report and feature suggestions: https://forum.nkn.org/t/nmobile-1-0-community-feedback/2344
NKN mainnet v.2.0.5 release
We released a new mainnet version v.2.0.5 at https://github.com/nknorg/nkn/releases on September 28th. This upgraded version includes automatic TLS certificate application/renewal, improves consensus robustness, reduces memory/disk usage during block syncing and of course also with a few bugs fixed. Please read through our release note posted on NKN forum https://forum.nkn.org/t/nkn-mainnet-v2-0-5-release/2439 to get more information about important changes and upgrade methods of Mainnet v.2.0.5.
Marketing Plans: Updating NKN Introduction presentation and official website
As some of you might have already noticed, we’ve been updating our official site in small increments since the mid of 2020. Now that we’ve completed our goals in the previous roadmaps, NKN is entering into a new phase and we’d like to present ourselves to the world better with a more approachable technology explanation and a more polished website. Our team is currently working on updating the introduction presentation, which will be available on our website soon. After that, we will use the new material as well as new visual designs to rebuild our official website in the coming months!