Last January CTIC Technology Centre, the parent organization of The Teloscope BP, submitted a proposal to the European Commission for designing and piloting the future European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI).

This initiative aims to deliver EU-wide cross-border public services using blockchain technology with the highest standards of security and privacy. Currently the European Commission operates the core EBSI building blocks, and some Member States also operate EBSI nodes using existing blockchain technologies (Hyperledger Besu & Fabric) and developing use cases that can be implemented in a relatively short time frame.

But the future evolution of the EBSI requires new, improved…


A unique innovation centre that will be a reference on the application of new technologies in rural environments

We have been working for a while in our rural Living Lab and we would like to present it to our Telos audience. As we think it is a very interesting and promising initiative for the use of third generation blockchains. And also we are sure that our voters will like to know a little bit more of our lives and history.

CTIC RuralTech is born from a history that is very common in the rural areas of the north of Spain, the immigration to America. To give some context to this phenomenon, between 1881 and 1959 almost 5 millions…


After extensive testing, we are confident that Telos blockchain can deliver with real-time needs of IoT projects

In this article we will tell you about the recent collaboration between The Teloscope and SVMAC, an engineering SME that makes and sell a multi-purpose autonomous vehicle for agriculture and forestry labours. External tools can be mounted on this unmanned vehicle so it can perform different kind of tasks.

CTIC, our parent company, had previously collaborated with SVMAC, as this SME always seeks to integrate state-of-the-art technologies in their product. Past projects gave the vehicle the ability to auto-generate its optimal GPS itinerary and the image recognition of the leaves of plants for pesticide applications.

SVMAC multipurpose autonomous vehicle

With funds awarded to the…


In the context of this publication, NFC stands for Natural Fungi Cheese. And there is no other more appreciated in Spain than Cabrales Cheese, which is made in Asturias.

Asturias, Spain, is one of the world’s top 10 destinations for cheese lovers.
With over 40 different varieties, Asturias is the largest cheese producing region in Europe. Not surprisingly, the next World Cheese Awards will take place in Oviedo, as part of the Asturias Paraíso Natural International Cheese Festival from the 3rd to the 6th of November, 2021.

The festival will have spaces to initiate business relationships between producers and buyers and will count on the participation of Spanish and international producers of Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) and Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) cheese, internationally recognized chefs, universities and cheese…


With daily consumers tracing cider from orchard to point of sale, and thousands of cider bottles widely available across grocery stores, bars, restaurants, and convenience stores in Spain, it’s never been easier to verify food origin and its authenticity

At the end of 2019 we announced this project aimed at the cider industry, and more specifically at the production of cider protected by the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). One year on and despite the difficulties arising from the pandemic situation, it is a success story with real-world application.

PDO cider sold at stores

Consumers can find PDO cider with provenance certified by the Regulatory Board of PDO Sidra de Asturias, and registered on Telos public blockchain, throughout hundreds of grocery stores of all sizes, from large food chains to small local retailers.

Alimerka, one of the biggest grocery store chains in Northern Spain…


It’s official: Telos has migrated to EOSIO 2.0 and launches the long-awaited Telos Decide system. But more importantly, stay home, stay safe!

BP Infrastructure

Performance

At the end of each month we report here about the monthly performance and status of The Teloscope Telos Block Producer. The data shown here is mainly sourced from two apps/tools: our own creation Chainspector, and Aloha BP Benchmarks.


Autonomous vehicles, operation fault detection, classic games brought to the crypto world… our minds keep working on an increasingly wider adoption of the Telos blockchain network.

BP Infrastructure

Performance

At the end of each month we report here about the monthly performance and status of The Teloscope Telos Block Producer.

Source: Aloha BP Benchmarks

Our nodes are still running EOSIO software version 1.8 because stability issues with newer version 2 persist. We covered this in our previous report (January) and, like most Telos BPs, we prefer not to take risks with something so serious. As usual, we achieved the best performance among BPs running the most stable software version.


Comments made by voters to Telos Works proposals have increased, and even more detailed explanations are provided. Chainspector’s latest feature is proving to be a success! 🚀

BP Infrastructure

Performance

At the end of each month we report here about the monthly performance and status of The Teloscope Telos Block Producer.

As soon as the Telos BPs started upgrading their servers on main net to EOSIO 2.0 the battle for CPU supremacy began.

Telos Mainnet CPU Wars (reload page to see animation again)
Sometimes it is necessary to take one step back in order to take two steps forward

After our update, we entered into battle with EOSza for the lowest possible times. We both hit 0.1 ms sometimes, so… who would you bet on to win in the long run? ✌️

Although we proved our capacity to keep on being the fastest Tx processing Telos…


The Swiss Army knife of EOSIO blockchain networks

What is it?

Although raw data may be publicly accessible on EOSIO networks, non technical users may have difficulties in giving it a useful meaning. For some of them it can be tedious to use a block explorer. Also some important information comes from analysing the whole picture, and not only from looking at the individual parts.

So here is when Chainspector.io comes to rescue. It is a freeware multi-chain software that combines a variety of live data relative to EOSIO chains like Telos and EOS.


Community participation is the number one challenge facing Telos Worker Proposal System (Telos Works). Perhaps some members need extra incentive to cast their ballots, so The Teloscope will incentivize Telos WP voters by giving away 1000 TLOS!

You have read correctly, we will give each new voter in any of the currently ongoing WPs 10 TLOS, until our 1000 TLOS bag is depleted. These are the two steps you must follow:

  1. Vote ‘Yes’, ‘No’ or ‘Abstain’ for any of the Telos Worker proposals.
    You can use Chainspector + Scatter or Sqrl wallet to cast your vote.
  2. Write a comment linked…

The Teloscope

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