Lisk Week in Review – 4
Featuring in this news update:
– Lisk News on Japan crypto media Coinpost;
– SDK Development update;
– DEX Project updates;
– Two blockchain events at Lisk Center Utrecht;
– Delegates’ overview
Lisk News on Japan crypto media Coinpost
Lisk Japan, in cooperation with Coinpost (Japan’s leading cryptocurrency media), will post featured articles on Lisk for about a year. The articles will be focused on “Dynamic Fee”, “New DPoS”, “Sidechain”, and some existing Dapps will be explained and introduced based on the developers’ own opinions. According to SimilarWeb, Coinpost has about 1 million visitors per month and its Twitter account counts on 74,000 followers.
SDK Development update
LiskHQ completed the “Security and Reliability” phase, identifying some issues (related to BFT & DPoS) and adding some improvements. When the full phase of quality assurance will be completed and the network will maintain a stable state, the team will announce the public beta network. Read the documentation for Lisk SDK here.
What’s new at #Lisk? SDK 3.0.0 has completed the second round of alphanet testing, Desktop 1.23.0 has been released and we launched the #LiskBuilders Program! Read on with November’s #LiskDevUpdate: https://t.co/q24glf0HkP
— Lisk (@LiskHQ) December 5, 2019
DEX Project updates
Jonathan Gros-Dubois finished the HTTP API for his DEX project. It allows browsing the decentralized order book for pending orders and supports advanced filtering and pagination.
Two blockchain events at Lisk Center Utrecht
The first meetup of the week (9th December) at LCU consists of a workshop for people who find blockchain interesting but have no knowledge at all. The goals of the event are to provide basic principles about blockchain tech, insight about the ecosystem and explain the economic consequences of the introduction of cryptocurrencies. It will start at 3pm and end at 6pm.
The second one will deal with blockchain timestamps & legal enforcement. Three startups will showcase their projects: a timestamp service focused on KYC documents, the startup v-ID and a totally open-content timestamp startup (WordProof), that will talk about “Anonymous Blockchain Timestamps For Copyright, SEO and a Better Web”. After their three short talks, there will be an AMA/discussion session with all speakers. This meetup will be held on 12th December at 6.45 pm.
— Sebastiaan van der Lans 🚀 (@delans) December 5, 2019
According to LiskMonitor, this week there was an exit flow of votes from Elite ad GDT groups (lost about 60,000 LSK per delegate) . No significant differences in the other groups. The biggest individual losses came up for stellardynamic [-113k], carbonara [-113k], joo5ty [-196k]. Crodam, lwyrup, blackswan and zy1349 lost over 100k LSK.
There are no delegates that gained 50k votes or more, with robinhood that earned 43k.