Ethereum News and Links
Hot off the press: phase 0 spec freeze. Now full speed ahead on implementation
Prysmatic Eth2 client update
Thread on the latest in Eth2 fee market (phase 2).
the Eth2 phase2 wiki
Latest Plasma implementers call
Raiden light client SDK implementation on testnet
Ying Tong’s succinct proofs for scaling Ethereum slide deck
Stuff for developers
Storage array bugs in Solidity that got fixed in v0.5.10
Remix IDE v0.8.2: new Etherscan verification, Mythx plugins
Efficient transactions using “temporary, flexible contracts at a fixed home address”
A chronology of Ethereum. There are still some errors, but it’s a good start.
Ethereum is back over a million transactions in a day
User guide: stuck transaction? This is how you fix it
Bofrost Italia tracing frozen foods in supply chain on Ethereum mainnet
Governance and Standards
ERC2135: Consumable interface
ERC2157: dType Storage Extension for EVM
Era of legally compliant DAOs with OpenLaw
Which DAO is for you? Aragon, Colony, DAOstack and Moloch comparison
Live on mainnet
Colony’s Glider release on mainnet. If you’re unfamiliar with Colony, it’s “a general purpose framework to create, operate, and monetize Digital Companies”
Liquidity’s atomic Eth, BTC and DAI cross-chain swap live on mainnet
MPX (Market Protocol) live on mainnet. Trade BTC on margin with Dai.
Pool Together, a “no loss lottery.” You enter the pool to win a lottery for the returns from Compound.
Multi-collateral Dai milestones roadmap to launch. It’s getting close.
Synthetix’s response to a massive oracle failure and a bot took advantage, though the owner has agreed to reverse.
Bloom says it has hit 500k IDs
Dharma now offers instant interest to lenders
Decentraland closed beta for web-based client
Interviews, Podcasts, Videos, Talks
Graphene’s Chia-Che Tsai and Golem’s Lukasz Glen talk SGX on Zero Knowledge
Eth Organizers monthly call
Luis and Jorge chat on the new Aragon One podcast
Latest TCR community call
Coinmetrics’ Jacob Franek and Antoine Le Calvez on Into the Ether
Tokens / Business / Regulation
Panvala’s whitepaper to use tokens for a “decentralized Ethereum Foundation”
Interesting interoperability in games framework from Hoard
Coinmetrics analyzes Kik’s claims of widespread use and is unimpressed
Centrifuge’s Tinlake, to tokenize real world assets so they can act as collateral in any DeFi liquidity pool
Klatyn, a permissioned chain with striking similarities to Facebook’s Libra, went live with ~25 large Asian companies
Opera launches native Eth wallet and browser on Iphone
Nathaniel Popper reports what I suspected: Facebook has only gotten letters of intent from would-be Libra Association members. No money has changed hands
Dates of Note
Upcoming dates of note (new in bold):
July 3-5 - WindingTree’s HackTravel (Lisbon)
July 7 - Devcon speaker submission deadline
July 10 - end of Gitcoin’s Beyond Blockchain virtual hackathon
July 19 - BuildETH (San Francisco)
July 19-21 - State of Scale (Los Angeles)
July 19-21 - ConsenSys Grants hackathon (Brooklyn)
July 22-23 - Buidl 2019 (Seoul)
Aug 2-4 - ETHIndia (Bangalore)
Aug 2-4 - TruffleCon (Redmond)
Aug 21-23 - Dappcon (Berlin)
Aug 23-25 - ETHBerlin
Sep 3 - Deadline to apply for EU Horizon Prize. 1m € each to 5 "Blockchains for Social Good" projects
Sep 6-8 - EthBoston
Sep 15 - Augur v1 cutoff
Sep 15 - Ethereal Tel Aviv
Sep 15-16 - StarkWare sessions (Tel Aviv)
Oct 8-11 - DeVcon (Osaka)
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