Ethereum 2.0 is due to implement a huge protocol shift from Proof of Work, to Proof of Stake. This article will cover the motivations, and technical details.
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!
Status Core Dev Call #33 - June 29, 2020. The team catches up on the topics ranging from Notifications on iOS, Stimbus, audio messages & much more.
Status Core Dev Call #32 - June 15, 2020. The team catches up on the topics ranging from Notifications, Stimbus, Specs & much more.
Cover photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash Motivations I recently joined a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) that's based on the Aragon platform. This type of
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.
Status Core Dev Call #31 - June 01, 2020. The team catches up on the topics ranging from progress for Images support, Keycard, Network spamming, Specs & much more.
Status Core Dev Call # 30 - May 18, 2020. The team catches up on the topics ranging from progress for Images, Mentions, Notifications, Specs & much more.
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.
IntroductionWe at Status would like to announce a Request for Proposals (RfP) for a new type of external security review of Nimbus, an ETH2.0
Status Core Dev Bi-Weekly Update 4/20/2020
Welcome to the last article of the nim-libp2p's tutorial series! In this part, we will walk you through how to configure and establish a libp2p node.
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.
This is the second part of the nim-libp2p chat tutorial, which includes how to dial a remote peer and let the user input customized commands to do so.
This tutorial is for everyone who is interested in building peer-to-peer chatting applications. No Nim programming experience is needed. Happy coding! ;)