Chainpoint 2018 Review

Chainpoint saw strong growth in 2018. We’re thrilled that so many organizations are using Chainpoint in real business applications. Our team worked hard to make Chainpoint the fastest and easiest technology for developers to anchor data to Bitcoin. We continue making progress toward our mission of building a global proof engine to safeguard the world’s data. Chainpoint Github Chainpoint.org Chainpoint Developer Tutorial Run a Chainpoint Node…

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Chainpoint Node 1.5.4 Release Notes

Chainpoint Node 1.5.4 is now available on Github . This release adds optional HTTPS support and improves retries for failed submissions to Core. Chainpoint Nodes must upgrade to 1.5.4 by January 2nd at 12:00 PST (20:00 UTC) to be eligible for rewards. How To Upgrade a Chainpoint Node There is a special upgrade command for Chainpoint Node 1.5.4. This special command is necessary to remove all unused references to PostgreSQL and Redis and…

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Jungla Uses Chainpoint To Improve The Auditability of Genetic Data

Jungla uses Chainpoint to guarantee their clinical evidence for genetic tests is auditable, accurate, and performant. Tierion CEO Wayne Vaughan and Jungla Cofounder and Lead of Technical Development Alexandre Colavin discuss Jungla’s integration with Chainpoint. What is Jungla? Jungla leverages state-of-the-art computational and experimental approaches to systematically generate, quality-control, validate, and distribute support to the…

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SilverStripe Module Uses Chainpoint To Anchor Data to Bitcoin

Each month, we showcase a company that uses  Chainpoint . This month, we’re doing something different by featuring an open source project. Developer  Russ Michell  has created a module for  SilverStripe  that makes it simple for developers to anchor data and documents to Bitcoin. We talked with Russ about his project and his experience working with Chainpoint. What is SilverStripe Verifiable? SilverStripe Verifiable  is a configurable content…

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Chainpoint Node 1.5.3 Release Notes

Chainpoint Node 1.5.3 is now  available on Github . This release marks the biggest performance improvement yet. In testing, a single Chainpoint node created over 50 million proofs per day! Speed & Scalability Our goal is to have a lean and stable Chainpoint Node that performs well on modest hardware. To reach this goal, we’ve rearchitected how nodes store data, and migrated from Redis and PostgreSQL to  RocksDB . The release of Chainpoint Node…

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Tierion Joins Hyperledger And The Linux Foundation

Tierion  is proud to announce we’ve joined  Hyperledger  and the  Linux Foundation . Our team has worked with many of Hyperledger’s 250+ members for several years. This new partnership is an opportunity to accelerate the adoption of  Chainpoint . “We look forward to working with the Hyperledger community to accelerate the adoption of Chainpoint, and help organizations reduce the cost and complexity of trust.” Wayne Vaughan, Tierion CEO Chainpoint…

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Chainpoint Node 1.5.2 Release Notes

Chainpoint Node 1.5.2 is now available on Github . This release improves node performance and stability. We’re beginning a two step process to transition from Redis and Postgres to RocksDB. This 1.5.2 release facilitates the transition from Redis to RocksDB. A future release will facilitate the transition from Postgres to RocksDB. Our goal is to have a lean and stable Chainpoint Node that performs well even on modest hardware. So far we’ve been…

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TokenSoft Uses Chainpoint To Improve Compliance In Token Sales

Tierion  and  TokenSoft  are working together to improve the ability to conduct secure and compliant token sales. TokenSoft is now using  Chainpoint  to prove that data collected during token sales is accurate and hasn’t been modified. What is TokenSoft? TokenSoft  is a white label token sale platform for running stable, compliant, and secure token sales. TokenSoft’s platform enables compliant issuance of tokenized securities in over 5…

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Chainpoint Node 1.5.0 Release Notes

Chainpoint Node 1.5.0 is now  available on Github . Chainpoint Nodes can join the network at any time, as long as they meet the minimum requirements.  There will be no future registration events. This improvement to the node operating experience will further accelerate the adoption of Chainpoint. Chainpoint Node — Changelog Chainpoint Node — Frequently Asked Questions How To Upgrade a Chainpoint Node The command ‘make upgrade’ will upgrade and…

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Chainpoint Network Update — June 2018

With the next software release, Chainpoint Nodes will be able to join the Chainpoint Network at any time so long as they meet the minimum requirements. There will be no future registration events. This change will take effect with the upcoming launch of  Chainpoint Node 1.5.0 , which will be published to Github next week. Chainpoint Node — Frequently Asked Questions Chainpoint Node — Changelog Version 1.5.0 restores the ability to join the…

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