ARPA Mainnet Explorer Officially Launched|10,000th Task Milestone Reached

Dear ARPA community & supporters,

We are excited to announce that the ARPA mainnet explorer has officially been launched. Through the mainnet browser, users can intuitively view the total number of tasks completed, task number, task ID, number of nodes involved in performing tasks, current calculation rewards and timestamps.

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At the same time, the pre-alpha version of ARPA main network has successfully achieve the 10,000th secure multi-party computation task milestone at 4:46 am on February 11, 2020 Hong Kong time. Since January 6, 2020, ARPA pre-alpha version of the mainnet has been running smoothly for more than a month, completing more than 10,000 secure multi-party computation (MPC) tasks with a 100% success rate.

10,000th Task Milestone Achieved

On pre-alpha version of mainnet, computing nodes obtain rewards by performing 8 kinds of complex and secure multi-party computing tasks. Nodes will be rewarded with a certain amount of ARPA each time they complete a secure multi-party computation task. The reward is 15 ARPA under the current parameter setting.

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We are happy to celebrate with you all about this milestone after the mainnet launch. The ARPA team will continue to iterate the current version of mainnet, and work with ecological partners and nodes to promote the development and implementation of secure multi-party computation.

About ARPA

ARPA is committed to providing secure data transfer solutions based on cryptographic operations for businesses and individuals.

The ARPA secure multi-party computing network can be used as a protocol layer to implement privacy computing capabilities for public chains, and it enables developers to build efficient, secure, and data-protected business applications on private smart contracts. Enterprise and personal data can, therefore, be analyzed securely on the ARPA computing network without fear of exposing the data to any third party.

ARPA’s multi-party computing technology supports secure data markets, precision marketing, credit score calculations, and even the safe realization of personal data.

ARPA’s core team is international, with PhDs in cryptography from Tsinghua University, experienced systems engineers from Google, Uber, Amazon, Huawei and Mitsubishi, blockchain experts from the University of Tokyo, AIG, and the World Bank. We also have hired data scientists from CircleUp, as well as financial and data professionals from Fosun and Fidelity Investments.

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