On the verge of 1st Telos network anniversary, The Teloscope reigns as its best BP candidate ever by CPU 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.
For almost nine months in a row The Teloscope has been consistently the Telos BP with the best median performance and least range spread. Our CPU execution times let us validate each transaction faster, which benefits both the Tx sender and the Telos network.
This has been a fairly stable month for The Teloscope popularity. Very few ups and downs let us end the month as we started it: 8th in the ranking by votes.
We launched a new feature update in Chainspector.io enabling filter Worker Proposals by status. Actually this was something very necessary, due to the increasing number of WPs.
Now you can filter the list of WPs by their state with respect to their public evaluation lifecycle (ongoing, finished and closed).
We are also working on new improvements for this section that we expect to release very soon. 😃
Traceability in agri-food products
This project is going well, and their participants have already asked us for some small adjustments to the interface of the web app. We are currently working on those issues while opening new commercial opportunities.
We recommend you read the article “First Telos solution for agri-food industry” for more information.