After a flurry of amazing and creative design submissions for the upcoming Status sticker market the voting phase for #StickerHeads begins. You can vote from
A handful of exciting new features and fixes coming to you fresh in v.0.10.0.
We sat down with #StickerHeads guest judge to learn a bit more about what he has been up to with SuperRare and Pixura and figure
The Status Core Developers present through some high level swarm updates and then discuss a follow up to a better PR process, high level overview
An initiative to design and implement a privacy-preserving communication system for decentralized applicationsStatus, Web3 Foundation, and Validity Labs recently held a workshop on designing communication
200K SNT in prizes AND the opportunity to have your designs featured as one of the first packs in launch of the Sticker Market!We
The first batch of Keycards are in production and will be available for developer beta testing in March. The first 1,000 developers to sign
SWARM 313-Sticker-Market have made great strides as they move past the research phase and into design and implementation. The primary focus is on the end
The Status Core Developers are making steady progress across all active swarms and take this meeting to align on some process around future calls, PR's,
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.
Jarrad provides a high level project overview including the importance of network incentivization and the user acquisition engine. The core contributors provide updates on the
Establishing a company with DAI? A whole new world awaits...
A dedicated Status swarm has formed to conduct R&D of a new scalable, secure, and decentralized messaging protocol. The open source effort will
Since Status’ inception, community has been at the forefront of everything we do. We need your help to spread the message about why the world needs secure communication.
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.