Dear community members:
Since its establishment, 4EVERLAND has developed in accordance with Roadmap. As of now, 4EVERLAND has released the official website and white paper. To keep everyone up-to-date with 4EVERLAND project progress, we will release the 4EVERLAND Bi-weekly report on our website blog, medium, twitter, and other official communities. Welcome to join us and get the latest updates!
Date: July 5, 2021-July 18, 2021
- Support Github login @DONE
- Main process of project building @DONE
- Logs of project buiding @DONE
- Site statistics analysis @WIP
- Automatic SSL cert management @WIP
- DNS configuration @WIP
- Data/IO optimization @WIP
Proof of Storage Challenge (PoSC)
- TEE node remote attestation logic @DONE
- Enclave local seal service @DONE
- Analog receiving/parsing pin command service @DONE
- Cross TEE node Communication framework @WIP
- Data processing logic between TEE and IPFS @WIP
4EVERLAND is a Web3.0 cloud computing platform with global acceleration, privacy protection, distributed storage and other technical features.
4EVER-STORAGE: 4EVERLAND connects nodes into a huge storage network through Swarm technology, which depends on node cooperativeness to achieve persistent storage of specific data, and supports horizontal expansion of nodes.
4EVER-GATEWAY: The gateway nodes contain dynamic DNS, Data I/O, and Cert Manager modules. After simple configuration, developers can achieve safe and reliable global acceleration based on 4EVERLAND quickly.
Proof of Storage: 4EVERLAND builds Swarm distributed storage network based on IPFS protocol and proposes proof of storage challenge (PoSC) based on TEE technology, to ensure the availability and reliability of data.
Smart Contracts: The smart contracts module of 4EVERLAND mainly includes payment contracts, auction contracts, lending contracts, control contracts,etc. It achieves open, transparent and free decentralized governance through smart contracts.
4EVER-HOSTING: 4EVER-HOSTING is a developer application, available from the official website of 4EVERLAND. Developers can deploy web application resources to the 4EVERLAND gateway as a DWeb through the visual interface (Hosting App) or the command (@4everland/cli).