What is a Status Node Really?

What is a Status Node Really?

At its core a Status Node is software that allows relaying of messages of application users in a way that is as pseudonymous and as private as possible while still maintaining resource requirements that can be fulfilled by a mobile device or a low end laptop.

EIP-1559: ETH Fee Market Change Proposal

EIP-1559: ETH Fee Market Change Proposal

The current Ethereum "first price auction" fee model is considered inefficient & costly, and a large UX barrier for user adoption. In this article we'll explore the EIP-1559 improvement proposal to fix the problem!

Reproducible Builds with Nix

Reproducible Builds with Nix

Nix is a tool which uses a subset of Haskel programming language to define the entire tree of software dependencies necessary to manage an entire Linux operating system: NixOS.

Core Dev Call #29 - May 4, 2020

Core Dev Call #29 - May 4, 2020

Status Core Dev Call # 29 - May 4, 2020. The team catches up on the topics ranging from the progress for Status Quo library, Keycard, IPFS gateway for Sticker Pack, 3rd Party API usage, future chat features, Waku documentation, Roadmap plan Q2, and much more.

Nimbus update: April 10

Nimbus update: April 10

The latest update from the Nimbus team. The main focus this month has been implementing spec v0.11.1. Updates on mainnet testnet configuration and node discovery.