The August 2023 Tech Round-Up covers the development of core elements that will contribute to security and usability, as well as incorporating the Rust programming language.
Improved feedback to Geeq applications, expanded logging possibilities with CloudWatch and Merkle proofs requests through Geeq API
Merkle root computation and Merkle proof generation is code complete for Validation Layer Blocks (VLBs). Geeq explains how its painstakingly organized data structures lead to easily verified proofs.
In May’s update, we highlight and explain the completed work on Geeq’s network communications and messages. These fundamentals scale.
April highlights: encryption upgrade, chain state view for chain hash proofs.
March highlights: Protocol development work, Socket API for Geeq Data app & updates on NFT Demo.
February highlights: Ed25519 encryption, core validation frameworks complete & updates on NFT + Demos.
January highlights: Your first update as Geeq development takes v4.6 toward enterprise NFTs!
December highlights: Proxy accounts for notary transactions code-complete; Geeq Data apps updated for v4.1; payload testing
November highlights: Automated testing platform; Protocol v4.1 test net update; UI/UX improvements
Geeq’s patent was issued earlier this month, to the Geeq community’s joy and relief. Now we’d like to share more frequent and detailed technical updates.
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