Berith, Monthly Report — September 2022

Hello, This is Berith.​

I would like to share with you the progress of the Berith Project that was carried out during the month of September.

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1. Business Progress

1) Global NFT Marketplace “Artiple” is scheduled to open in November

The global NFT marketplace Artiple Focusing on Korean wave content will be opened in November as scheduled.

In order to focus on the Vietnamese market selected as the primary target among the global markets, work is currently being conducted to collaborate with local Vietnamese corporations, and various connections are being formed so that various artists can join the Artiple.​

In addition, the digital art exhibition will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam, through CJ ONS, and related progress and photos will be shared through posts later.​

2) Preparing to launch Korean NFT Marketplace

As I informed you before, we are developing additional functions for NFT marketplace development in Korea. We are adding scalability and functionality through the development of multi-chains that can store and transmit NFTs in various blockchains, and we will share the exact timing of the launch again later.

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2. Technical Progress

1) Version 1.6 of Berith PC Wallet distribute

We developed and distributed 1.6 version of Berith PC Wallet including JavaScript error improvement and win11 support. We find minor errors in some of your environments and are working to determine how they happened. We will continue with the improvement work on this part.​

If the 1.6 version of PC Wallet does not run or an error screen appears, try the following methods:

[1]

[ %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Berith\wallet\vendor ] Delete and rerun​

[2]

After backing up the wallet key, delete the wallet folder and rerun it​

[3]

[ %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Berith ] Back up folders, delete Berith folders, and rerun

(If you run a new keystore folder from the backed-up Berith folder and paste it into the generated Berith folder, you can log in to the existing wallet.)​

You can resolve most of the errors by following the above procedures.

If it is not resolved, please contact us through Berith Wallet’s inquiry function and we will reply after checking.​

2) Multi-Chain Development Between Blockchain Using Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)

EVM is an Ethereum virtual machine that is compatible with EVM to take advantage of Ethereum’s scalability. Berith is developing a multi-chain technology that uses these EVMs to transfer and store tokens from blockchain A to blockchain B. Also, we are working on NFT MarketPlace, which is preparing for launch, so it can be used for performance.​

3) Proceed with the Ethereum Client Update Task

The client update operation for Ethereum node is in progress. Extensive updating within the existing Berith blockchain is expected to be time-consuming. As we are in the final stage of NFT Marketplace development, we will fill a vacancy in update work after the development is completed so that we can complete it quickly.​

4) Berith Scan System Maintenance Complete

The synchronization of the BERA Scan Node of BERA Blockchain, which was previously announced, has been completed.

3. Other

1) Finalize the development of voting and proposal features

We are about to finalize all functions such as voting and suggestions within Berith Voting.

However, due to the use of development resources for the NFT marketplace ‘Article’, which will open in November, Berith Voting, which I informed you of opening in September, is being delayed. I’ll try to solve it as soon as possible.​

2) Overseas meeting in progress in Vietnam

We held an overseas meeting in Vietnam to discuss the global NFT marketplace, ‘Artiple’. We held a meeting with KIM & CHANG Law Firm for legal review and a meeting for a business partnership with the local subsidiary of Baedal Minjok in Vietnam. We will inform more detailed information about the Vietnamese meetings in the next blog posting.

Thank you for your interest in Berith.

We will try our best and step forward.

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