Lisk Week in Review – 72
Featured in this new edition of Lisk Week in Review:
- Announced Winners of Lisk Grant Program, Wave 1
- Lisk in the media: Cointelegraph interview
- Tech Updates
- Lisk network in numbers
Announced Winners of Lisk Grant Program, Wave 1
Welcome to Enevti and Kalipo, selected in the first batch of projects boosted by the Lisk Grant Program.
These days, the main use case of NFTs is the proof of digital art collection and assets ownership. In the long-term, the creator economy could be heavily reshaped by the growing adoption of this digital trend. GHaming and how clubs interact with their fan base could change too.
Enevti is a decentralized social media NFT Platform that aims to help fans get an authentic relationship with their favorite influencers, increasing NFTs’ intrinsic value thanks to a combination of DeFi and smart assets.
The team is composed of 5 people, including Jurre from Moosty as Technology Advisor.
Moosty, Peter Nobels, and Xinrong Ding represent the core group behind Kalipo, a platform to support the development of Lisk DAOs.
Thanks to flexible parameters, communities can launch their Decentralized Autonomous Organization to manage funds, make decisions, and expand the ownership base.
Each startup is eligible for 60,000 CHF in funding via Lisk Grant Program. Get ready to apply to the second wave!
Lisk in the media: Cointelegraph interview
Cointelegraph interviewed Max Kordek after Mainnet v3 release. The co-founder introduced the features collected in this migration, highlighting the new fee system (98.6% cheaper than the previous model) and block finality guaranteed in 20 minutes.
According to Kordek, “Lisk blockchain is on the same level and in some cases even above our competitors in terms of security, stability, scalability and usability. With Sapphire we are now adding the final missing piece, interoperability, to Lisk.”
Oliver Beddows reported the progress made so far on the development side.
The planning of Lisk SDK v6.0.0 objectives continues, with several modules passing from Epic specification to Implementation phase. The team closed 42 issues in two weeks, and only 8 left in the current backlog.
The next Lisk Core release will be v3.0.2, Implementing Lisk SDK v5.1.5. Devs closed 35 issues related to Lisk Service objectives, with 25 in progress.
Lisk network in numbers
TVL: 20.9m LSK ($64.4m) | +25%
Total selfvotes: 2.8m LSK ($8.6m) | +17%
Total delegates: 1917 | +0.9%
101° voting weight: 148,440 LSK | +39%
Current max APR: 20%
(calculated as annualized forging rate, 30k LSK, divided by the total votes of the delegate in position 101th)
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