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Jan 10, 2020, 02:43 ET MultiVAC Testnet 3.0 'Oracle' Opens Beta Test: Better Performance and New Functions

Today, MultiVAC officially opens the beta test for Testnet 3.0 'Oracle'. The newly-launched testnet has made tremendous improvements in the...


Nov 28, 2019, 03:14 ET MultiVAC CTO Shawn Ying - The All-dimensional Sharding Plan of MultiVAC is the Ultimate Multi-Core World Computer People Need

Recently, MultiVAC - the public blockchain known as 'Sharding Killer' received an interview from the top one Korean blockchain media CoinNess. Dr....


Oct 24, 2019, 03:21 ET A New Mining Program of MultiVAC Supports Daily Compounding

On Oct. 10, MultiVAC upgraded the mining program of its test-net and launched the 'Everyone Mining & Perfect Earning' project. It can be observed...


Jul 01, 2019, 01:02 ET MultiVAC Testnet 2.0 "Enigma" Launched, with Deposits Exceeding 100 Million

Public blockchain project MultiVAC has officially released its Testnet 2.0 "Enigma" in June. This project will open a new era of fair mining and...


May 15, 2019, 04:11 ET MultiVAC Releases Programming Purple Paper, From Distributed ledger to Programmable Multicore World Computer

Last week, the public chain dedicated in sharding technology, known as MultiVAC Foundation, published a technical documentation "MultiVAC Programming ...


Mar 04, 2019, 02:50 ET MultiVAC Launched Testnet 1.0 "Phoenix", World's First Fully-Sharded Blockchain

Public blockchain MultiVAC formally launched its first testnet named "Phoenix" at the end of February 2019. As MultiVAC's 1.0 testnet version,...


Nov 05, 2018, 03:12 ET All-Dimensional Sharding Blockchain MultiVAC Published its Lab Data: TPS Reached 30,784

On Oct. 11, 2018, MultiVAC published its lab data on its website, which highlights that MultiVAC has successfully achieved 30,784 TPS using 64...