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Q1: WTC-Food & WTC-Garment were co-developed with Skynovo & Kaltendin respectively. After the token swap, can we expect these companies to help pushing mass adoption of these products, like it was their own? Skynovo seems to be offering blockchain-based food-related IoT services on their website, but they make no mention of WTC-Food and we also couldn’t find any direct Kaltendin involvement with WTC-Garment. Furthermore, can we expect real world usage of WTC-Food and WTC-Garment soon and by who?
A: The WTC-Food & WTC-Garment systems are tailored to solve the pain points of the apparel and agricultural industry, and are generally applicable in these industries. Companies whose operation scope is similar to that of Skynovo and KALTENDIN are welcome to use them. At present, interested partners can come to the KALTENDIN Experience Store in Shenzhen and see the consumer experience pilot. We also provide customized solutions for other industries, including liquor, finance and insurance.
Q2: Without 99 SMNs, is Waltonchain confident to rely on MN and GMN for network security and validation, or will the project be further delayed until 99 SMNs are secured?
A: The SMN program will not be extended. Each child chain first writes a smart contract on the parent chain, prepares a certain amount of WTC as a reward for SMNs, and offers it to all SMNs. Multiple SMNs are encouraged to carry data from the child chain in order to improve transparency. However, to ensure efficiency, the number of SMNs carrying the same child chain data is limited. For example, no more than 11 SMNs carry the same set of data. When SMNs upload data, they must first pay the Gas fee. After GMNs verified the uploading, SMNs will obtain the WTC reward on the smart contract.
Q3: Could you give an expected/estimated gas/bytes consumption right after token ...
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