Introducing Status v1.11 - now anyone can migrate an existing Status account to Keycard for greater security, Giphy support, and a host of improvements and bug fixes
Here's a recap of our first Town Hall of this year - we've got cool updates from People Ops, Legal, Core, Growth & Retention, Security
We’re back with the final Status Network Quarterly Report of 2020 and what a way to close out the year. The end of 2020 saw significant progress across the network on the Status App, Nimbus, and Waku, as well as a strong strategy for the future.
Significant performance improvements across the board + additional protection against accidental slashings: Rewards are higher, Sync speed is 50% faster, and CPU utilization has more than halved...
Which messenger is truly the most private? We take a look at Signal, Telegram, Status and more.
A Security Audit Checklist. Selecting the right vendor, preparing documentation, aligning on scope, creating open lines of communication, & more.
We propose a radical change in design from experts designing for people to people designing for themselves.– Don Norman
As Status hits a milestone with 6.9k active peers in the network, 500k+ total installs, and 300k active installs, we’re celebrating by giving away 2,000 DAI to the community. Join the public channel #statusstrong, react with the ❤️ on the post, and enter to win 50 DAI.
Status version 1.10 is here and it introduces DApp Bookmarks to make Web3 Browsing much simpler as well as profile images
Get the latest Status updates on infrastructure, desktop, security & community in 71st Town Hall.
This article focusses on Decentralised Governance (DeGo) processes in Decentralised Finance (DeFi) protocols. It highlights governance processes of leading protocols, motivates gasless voting to introduce Snapshot, outlines its architecture, decentralisation challenges and potential solutions.
Whether we realise it or not, privacy is being framed by authority to influence our thoughts in a particular direction, even if we instinctively know there’s something not quite right about it.
As it stands, deanonymisation in Eth2 is frighteningly simple. To fail to address this is to facilitate the arrestation of our thoughts, and the unjust persecution of the humans they belong to.
Kwenta is a new derivatives exchange with infinite liquidity powered by the Synthetix protocol. It is now available all from your pocket with Status and dap.ps
With the successful launch of ETH 2.0 phase 0, let’s take a look at what the long-awaited upgrade has in store for users and developers alike.