News Jul 16 ,2021

Credits Weekly Digest

Welcome to Credits Weekly Digest!

Here you can find all our news and updates that have taken place over the past few days.

The Process of Blockchain Renewal

Since examining the blockchain database for the formation of some corrupted blocks, our development team has figured out a preliminary solution to the issue. Shortly, we plan to conduct a testing procedure.  We are going to start with a restoration of nodes on the MainNet to perform a database recovery. The first step for a fully-fledged adjustment will be updating our own nodes. This will help us to test an appropriate mechanism and form a pool of nodes in order to carry out further full synchronization of all network nodes.

Credits Wallet Updates

As previously stated, we have successfully performed an audit of the cryptocurrency purchasing mechanism and anti-fraud system. Integration of cards is still in full swing. We are currently preparing for issuing internal pilot cards, as well as for conducting test transactions. However, there is also much action that is undertaken behind the scenes. As additional progress is made, we will provide you with timely information.

Q&A Session with Credits CEO, Igor Chugunov

As expected, we’ve answered the most important questions received the previous week in Q&A Session with our CEO Igor Chugunov. Please find it here.

All users are always welcomed to reach us out on our social media and in TG chats. 

Thank you all for your continuous support and feedback! Stay updated with the latest in Credits!

Please keep in mind that dates may change slightly due to a large amount of work and circumstances that may occur during testing. However, the Credits team will do its best to meet the required timelines! 

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