Apr 11, 2019
Monthly tech updates: WebSocket, block timestamps, transaction filter
We’re excited to present a bunch of useful updates that the Remme tech team had been working on throughout March. This is a must-read for everyone who uses our JSON RPC API and plans to try the REMChain testnet.
Apr 8, 2019
Remme public testnet launch: here’s how to get started
REMChain testnet V 2.0 is live! With the mainnet journey ahead, we are introducing the testing playground for masternode owners, developers and future clients to experiment with and test-run without a risk of breaking the main blockchain.
Mar 2, 2019
Monthly tech updates: consensus progress, new libs, calculator, and more
Since the beginning of the year, we’ve been taking the final steps to enable the full-fledged testnet launch. We’ve worked on the development of our Proof-of-Service consensus, test node synchronization, voting mechanism implementation, and troubleshooting of transaction processing.
Nov 12, 2018
Proof-of-Service Consensus Algorithm Overview
Our main goal was to create a reliable and balanced algorithm that would guarantee the highest level of security as well as ensuring that every masternode holder within the Remme ecosystem is fairly represented and incentivized to participate.
Oct 25, 2018
Remme’s Masternode Application Playback: Key Findings and Future Plans
We’d like to thank everyone who applied throughout the submission period and to share some details on how it all played out.
Feb 21, 2019
Get started with Remme Protocol using the new Java library
We are happy to present to you our new Java library on GitHub that introduces our open source integration library to Android developers and anyone else who works in a Java environment.
Dec 12, 2018
Blockchain for Web 3.0
What is wrong with Web 2.0? Why do we need version 3.0? Just few years ago, there was big “hype” about 2.0, but what’s wrong now?
Nov 15, 2018
A Deep Dive into Public Key Infrastructure
Through the years, having one root entity to control the way private keys are issued to the public has showed that it can cause major complications with transparency and security.