In version 1.3, Status catches up to the most important design trend in recent history with the introduction of a dark mode. Hyperbolic? Perhaps,
Today we're releasing hot fix 0.13.2 for iOS* to ensure that word gets out about our forthcoming v1 breaking changes. The hot fix includes several banners designed explicitly to notify you of what's in this blog post.
Requirements for the 64-bit version of our Android app led to a difficult bug. Therefore, we will only release a hot fix for iOS with v0.13.2, and our next Android release will be v1.
This release comes with a long change log and one popularly requested new feature: custom, user-added ERC20 token support. If you’d like to see
314-tribute-to-talk is nearing completion; the designs are implemented and the contract is currently in audit by a third party firm. The MVP is an anti-spam
We’re back in action! After a pause for the holidays and a transition back that saw us release 4 small updates to v.0.9.32, we’ve got a brand new mobile version for you.
This is the second iteration of the SNT voting DApp used to vote on Keycard names, and appropriately, it’s the community who brought version 0.1 to life. The project was delivered entirely by bounty contributors on GitCoin, and any further updates will also be community-driven.
On September 14th, 2018 we announced that we would be ramping up development on Status desktop. Core contributors slowly deactivated their Slack accounts and migrated
Remember that classic song about Jenny and her number on the bathroom wall? Eight six seven five three oh niiiiine! Jenny, I’ve got your number. I need to make you mine!
The decentralised web can feel more wild wild west than www. To help advance the ecosystem, Status is aligning with other DApp browsers on new interoperability standards.
In Q3 we opened our OKR process up to the public in a baby step towards becoming a DAO. Here’s how we did it,
Mass adoption of Ethereum means nothing if you’re sacrificing on the core values of the Ethereum community to get there. We are committed to **security**, **privacy** and **decentralization** and we can not compromise on these elements out of anything other than complete necessity.