Recent Developments at CloudCoin
The Advanced Client software team has completed Version 2, which fully optimizes efficiency and reduces measured CPU usage to 0%.
Version 3 will integrate a redesigned GUI and be downloadable for consumer use.
"Version 2 has 0% CPU usage, its optimized to the max," Ben Ward , lead developer for the project, said, "I've been working closely with testers, ensuring stability for programs and modules to come. The Advanced Client is configurable because it can swap out different parts of the program."
Client software allows for easy storage and transfer of CloudCoins. The latest version has many long-awaited new features and offers a similar cross-platform user experience.Read More 0
This is our last CloudCoin Weekly Bulletin before we welcome 2019, which promises to be the best year yet for CloudCoin and RAIDA with so many huge developments to come.
Watch for CloudCoin Lead Scientist Sean Worthington 's Annual Report to Consortium stakeholders to be sent out next week. He'll recap acheivements for 2018 and discuss what to expect in 2019.
The new CloudCoin Advanced Client is scheduled to launch January 15. This software will go far beyond previous products for storing and transferring CloudCoins and will be the first to have a similar look and user-experience across platforms (Windows, Android, Mac, etc.).
The Advanced Client 1.0 will incorporate the several new features, including Multi-fix, recover by email, a vault (to eliminate any possibility of theft), and the ability to be translated into different languages.Read More 0
Happy Thanksgiving to our friends in the United States. Belated greetings to our Canadian friends who celebrated the Thanksgiving last month, as well as to all the celebrants of harvest festivals around the world.
There is not expected to be a CloudCoin LIVE! program tonight due to the Thanksgiving holiday, but Sean Worthington sometimes surprises viewers with an unplanned airing. Stay tuned?
Rains this week helped contain the massive fire near CloudCoin's Northern California HQ and have cleared much of the smoke.
The fire scorched 154,000 acres (62,000 hectares). The death toll has risen to 84. 560 people remain missing. 15,000 homes and other structures were destroyed or damaged.
Officials have said the fire is officially contained, but affected communities still face danger from potential flash floods and mudslides.Read More 0