In this year's third conference on Smart Technology and Procurement Exhibition for Sustainable Development hosted in Korea from October 21–23, 2019, QuarkChain participated as a member of the Chain Action movement with alignment of interests, explaining two ways through which QuarkChain can help the United Nations in achieving sustainable development.

As a member of Chain Action — a non profit-oriented organization that decides to utilise its blockchain networks for achieving the United Nations 2030 goals, QuarkChain claimed that it will always cooperate with United Nations goals by actively using blockchain technology to help society.

In this regards, Jonathan Kim, QuarkChain Head of Korea, talked about the two ways through which QuarkChain can actualize this. First, QuarkChain will utilize its flexibility to connect the projects via an agreement of blockchain technologies for collective participation which will usher in transparency and ease of transfers. Second, by using QKC (QuarkChain coin) and wallet for holding funds, QuarkChain will give interest to refugees holding QuarkChain's native token.

Also, in another conference hosted by Tsinghua University Student Blockchain Association, Ping Ke, head of research and technological development at QuarkChain, talked with the audience on the theme: “high-throughput heterogeneous blockchain technology.” The event took place on the evening of October 23, 2019, having the  forum titled  “High-performance Scalable Blockchain and Its Application in the Network.”

Ping in responding to the scalability issue of present public chains introduced the Boson consensus developed by QuarkChain, which is generally a class of consensus algorithms based on hash power distribution and which when utilized can improve the security of the whole network. The Boson Consensus will grant the whole network a high anti-aggressive, multi-native token functionality, and flexible sharding architecture since higher hash power is going to focus  on the user-verified transaction root chain.