Celer Network 22nd Weekly Project Progress Report (1/28–2/1)

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Dear Community,

Here is our 22nd weekly project progress report on our community building and technology development! We are very excited for what’s coming in February — ETHDenver!! We can’t wait to meet you in person and learn what you are building on top of Celer! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter! Thank you all for your continued support.

Upcoming Events:

  1. Feb. 14 at 5:30PM, Celer and Chainlink Denver Meetup. Before ETHDenver starts, come and join us for a fun night! And meet with other team members to prepare for the hackathon! At ETHSF Hackathon last fall, several winning teams built with Chainlink and Celer Network, including AirPrediction and Micro-Subscription. We look forward to seeing more projects building jointly at ETHDenver.
  2. Feb. 15–17, ETHDenver Hackathon!! Celer is coming to Denver!! We are so excited to meet you!
  3. Feb. 16–17, NEO DevCon. Dr. Junda Liu, co-founder of Celer Network, will present on Feb. 17 at 11:10AM on Celer Network technology. If you are in Seattle area, definitely don’t miss it!



  • Improved onboarding flow
  • Refined details in iOS and Android app
  • Released iOS and Android internal test app v0.8.5


  • Completed the implementation of OSP multi-server scalability
  • Significant progress on the coding the new OSP protocol and duplex channels
  • Continuing work on the websocket-based SDK; completed its server framework
  • Significantly reduced the cost of the on-chain dispute process


  • Telegram: 29568
  • Twitter: 6381
  • Wechat: 9605


  1. KryptoSF, Jan. 28: Celer was invited to present a recap of 2018 and an outlook for 2019. Dr. Mo Dong, co-founder of Celer Network, explained in-depth of Celer cStack and crypto economics mechanism design.

Thank you for reading our 22nd weekly report! And we are looking forward to seeing you at ETHDenver!! Please join our telegram group to stay in touch and ask us questions!! We will see you next week! Cheers!

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