Storj Blog

This is our first development update of the year and we have already accomplished so much in just the past couple of weeks! We are still focusing the majority of our time and effort on the Explorer release, the public alpha for storage node operators. This release will be very important to the network and the community, as we want our storage node operator (SNO) community to start building a reputation on the V3 network and begin to get paid!
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Happy holidays and happy New Year from the Storj family to yours! We are continuing to focus our efforts around the Explorer release, which is scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2019. We want to make sure all of our storage node operators are pleasantly surprised when they join the V3 network, so we have been enhancing the overall user experience quite a bit. Recent development accomplishments: We finished merging the majority of the databases into the master Satellite DB.
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All I want for Christmas is a… decentralized object storage network, and that’s not something you can find on Amazon so we are working hard to make that happen! Our next major milestone is the Explorer release, which is scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2019, so we have shifted our focus around everything we need to hit that deadline, polishing our current functionality and squashing bugs. Recent development accomplishments:
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Instead of spending the week shopping for online holiday deals, we have been busy making huge amounts of progress on the V3 network. Our next major milestone is the Explorer release, which will allow storage nodes to start joining the V3 alpha network. Most of our efforts have been focused around building out features related to this. Recent development accomplishments: We added the ability for storage nodes to advertise a wallet and email address over Kademlia.
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Hey Storjlings! If you haven’t heard yet, we’ve released the Storj V3 white paper! We hope that the white paper will bring more clarity about what we are building and how it works. Most of our time has been dedicated to writing and publishing the white paper during the last several weeks, but here are a few additional things we were able to accomplish: Recent development accomplishments: We finished the initial implementation of the data repair component.
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