the image above shows 40 of our dependencies purpose built by us for Nimbus and the wider Status ecosystem . It's happening! #eth2 genesis
It's clear that rollups are here to stay. From polynya's predictions of >15,000,000 TPS to the flourishing ecosystems of the rollups themselves,
Tired of working for a living? Want to sit at home, do nothing, and earn thousands?Currently, many of the public chats in Status are
This post introduces light nodes and explains why they will become particularly important under the endgame.
Data from santiment. Their methodology is elaborated here. Development is measured via Github events, which are defined here. 10. Filecoin – FILFilecoin is an open-source decentralized
Crypto has already revolutionized finance. Crypto is revolutionizing art. And crypto is revolutionizing community. We already know about many ways in which Web3 is pushing
Diagram courtesy of Mikhail Kalinin's Engine API design space document. Note that this diagram dates from the Amphora era, and so is not strictly accurate.
While client diversity is crucial to a resilient Ethereum, it alone would not warrant such a huge engineering effort on our part. Our high level vision, and the main reason we're rolling our own execution layer client, is for easy and seamless integration with Status - both desktop and mobile.
The concept of a wallet is deeply entrenched in the culture of cryptocurrency, investing, trading, DeFi, Web3. It is a requirement for participation, after all,
It's scaling season. The year of scaling. The decade of the scale. Thanks to modularity, coordination, and the ceaseless innovation of Web3 builders, the scalability
Status v1.17 introduces private profile pictures, messenger and wallet improvements, and of course, lots of bug fixes. Get your new Status here. Chat ImprovementsImages
What is a zero-knowledge proof?Consider a login page. To log into your account, you typically provide a username, to identify yourself, and a password,
The cryptocurrency landscape has, in recent history, been dominated by monolithic blockchains. That is, blockchains that attempt to handle all of the responsibilities of execution,
Nimbus is nearing merge readiness. We have passed all the merge spec tests. And while we're waiting for a compatible execution client, we have everything you need to start experimenting on the consensus side.
Here's a recap of our Town Hall for this month—we've got updates from People Ops, Mobile, Growth & Retention, Security & Infrastructure, Keycard, Vac,