Friday, December 6, 2019

FundMyDapp Round 2 Voting Begins

Round 2 of Elephant Wallet and Enter Elastos’ FundMyDapp competition has concluded. All community members are encouraged to vote for their three favorite dApps. The top three submissions will receive 1500 ELA towards an MVP version of their dApps. 

Biweekly Update [Nov 11th]

In this edition, we celebrate another collaboration; get an update on the latest Elastos Runtime and Trinity developments; look back at the first round of the FundMyDapp contest; and report on community activities, Suggestions & Proposals, and more.

Suggestion #180: ProBit Elastos Korea Expansion Plan

In efforts to expand in the South Korea region, Suggestion #180 proposes the Cyber Republic and Elastos ecosystems join forces with the ProBit Korea exchange and other South Korean blockchain media outlets.

Suggestion #181: Development and Analysis Report for Elastos Project

CoinCodeCap, a publication tracking crypto projects based on their Github activity, has posted a Suggestion on the Cyber Republic website. Along with tracking the coding of all projects in the cryptosphere...

Cyber Republic Collaborates with Riwigo

Cyber Republic is proud to announce their collaboration with Riwigo, an Asia-Pacific wellness organization. Riwigo aspires to create a global standard and overall ecosystem for healthcare and wellness data.

IOEX X-Talk

Ecosystem partner IOEX has recently come out with their new app, X-Talk, a versatile chat/streaming application which allows friends, family, and colleagues to chat in a peer-to-peer and decentralized fashion.

FundMyDapp Round 1 Roundup

FundMyDapp, a competition run by Elephant Wallet and Enter Elastos Supernodes, has completed its first round of dApp submissions.
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Elastos In A Nutshell: Carrier Network Part 3 (of 3)

A Peer-to-Peer (P2P) network is a group of nodes that are linked together in a manner where the permissions and responsibilities for processing data are equal among all nodes. In a P2P network...

Elastos Runtime and Trinity Update

The second and third step of the dApp lifecycle is using toolchain scripts in order to convert an Ionic dApp to an Elastos dApp which can then be signed/verified using DID to publish onto Trinity.

Biweekly Update [Oct 28th]

In this edition, we recap a recent podcast episode discussing the Elastos whitepaper; compare Elastos dApp Hyper with some of its peers; have a chat with Ben Lee, one of three Elastos directors; and report on community activities, Suggestions & Proposals, and more.

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