Pascal Coin (PASC) Release Build 2.1Build 126.96.36.199 - 2017-07-14
Fixed bug of slow mass transactions from a single account due to incorrect sending orderFixed memory leak on GetSafeBox request callAdded new GUI improvements on Operations form
Last week we had a pretty in depth update, so this week we’re going to keep it short and mostly technical.
New Alchemy development team is visiting our London office from July
17–21 to coordinate on the next phases of the project and also to
finalize components the UI/UX. We’re excited to be able to sit down and
get their input in person.
We’re also meeting up with the Wavecrest team next week to discuss different options for card issuance roll out.
a connectivity issue related to new certs being applied to Wavecrest
servers. Issue resolved and solution noted for future referenceAPI Callback implementation — 60% due 07.24API RHA implementation — 90% due 08.01
14th is exactly a month since we launched the ICO for Orocrypt and it’s
also the date when it finishes. The minimum goal we set was to sell 133
333 OROC tokens with 9 EUR per token and thus get our investment target
of 1.2 million EUR. The ICO didn’t manage to reach that minimum but it
definitely doesn’t mean the end of Orocrypt. We’ will seek other means
to capitalise the Company and we will move forward with our business
plans as described in our roadmap.
We are grateful that you expressed interest in Orocrypt and invested in our plans and vision.
those who bought OROC tokens will receive direct information about the
process to get a refund of their investments. This will last until the
28th July 2017.
Those investors that would like to continue with the company can chose to remain by keeping their tokens.
will release the tokens of those who choose to stay on or around the
28th July. The tokens will then be able to be sent to any other ether
wallet. We expect to list OROC tokens in exchanges sometime in August.
Hello folks, WeTrust team here coming at you with our first bi-weekly community update (once every 2 weeks).
know we’ve been a little slack lately with keeping you guys in the loop
about what’s going on, and that’s mainly because we’ve had our heads
down since the crowdsale, trying to work out our immediate direction and
find some more great people to help us realize that. We’ve taken on
board the feedback about providing regular updates, so hopefully this
format will be nice and digestible for you all. We’ll try to keep it
brief but to the point.
We’re hiring a Product Manager, Software Engineers, and an Office Manager. If you can refer anyone for these positions
(and they go on to work for WeTrust for 180 days or more), you’re up
for a whopping USD $5000 referral bonus. We’ve been interviewing many
talented folks and need your support to refer the best to join us on our
We are currently running a 99designs competition,
with a first prize of USD $2799. If you think you can design the best
homepage for WeTrust’s website, make sure you get your entries in. Once
the design competition closes, we’ll setup a poll and ask YOU for your
opinion on the best design and layout that best represents WeTrust.
had further discussions with Rafa from AhorroLibre and discussing
‘Financial Inclusion Grants’, and are nearing an agreement to help drive
Tanda (ROSCA) popularity in Tijuana, Mexico. Details of the
collaboration are to be determined shortly, and we’ll make sure to put
that up in a separate blog post.
been helping Hoang out with the phone screening and onsite interviews
for potential new Front End Developers, Product Managers, Full Stack
Engineers, UI/UX Developers and Office Managers.
also checked out some larger offices in Palo Alto and Mountain View,
the one we’re in currently is a sublet, and can get pretty loud at
unexpected times. It’s also a little cramped, and since we’re scaling
the team it would be great to have somewhere that we all fit into
without touching elbows.
I’ve mapped out a lot of the CoinPool product ideas, and been brainstorming company culture improvements, so that the new old folks feel as comfortable as can be.
been through over a hundred resumes, whittling them down to a few phone
screenings and ultimately on-site interviews. Additionally I’ve worked
on new designs for the main website, relaying feedback and translating
it into pixels.
I have also begun work on another two WeTrust projects, CoinPool and Catalyst, we’re not saying too much about these just yet but keep your eyes and ears peeled.
I’ve been researching and developing (with my colleagues) a new trading product named ‘Delateral’.
Currently we are thoroughly investigating the legal aspects of such a
product and looking for an approach that will cooperate WeTrust’s
financial inclusion approach whilst abiding by the current regulations.
I’ve been very involved in market research for the platform, as well as
pulling together the whitepaper, which is almost ready.
past couple of days I’ve been working on content for the new website.
The goal is to communicate clearly and effectively what WeTrust stands
for, what our products do, and what we envision for our future as a
company. I’ve also been working on a product survey that we’ll be
sending out to our community soon, to give us a sense of how to focus
certain features of our product.
been working closely with Cooper, our UI/UX contractor to build out the
frontend for our revamped TLC (ROSCA) product. It should be complete
within a week. We’ll then work on implementing the rest of backend logic
and getting everything plugged in and tested.
I’ve also been exploring options to use ETH addresses to securely login instead of traditional methods (similar to the way https://dapp.lemon.email
does it), this way it should save a little effort (you won’t have to
type in username/password every time) and it should be a lot more
secure, since we’re using message signing to login.
The past couple of weeks I have been working with Mivsam on Delateral.
Again unfortunately we can’t say too much more about what it is
(thanks, lawyers), as we’re still in the middle of getting legal and
regulatory counsel about any public description of the product (and
indeed creating it at all).
have a whitepaper pretty much ready to go, and we’ve done some minor
initial development. Hopefully our continued chats with lawyers will be
fruitful and we can release some more details in the near future.
than that, I’ve interviewed a couple of candidates for developer roles,
and one for Product Manager. Stay tuned for news of new hires, and if
you know anyone looking to make waves in the crypto/fintech scene, send
them here: https://wetrust.workable.com/
been leading the delateral product development, with my very skilled
teammates Brian and Mivsam. As they mentioned, we unfortunately cannot
shed too much light on the product yet, but we’re doing a thorough
analysis of the market needs (including analysing every single ETH
transfer ever) and the regulators, as well as the technical feasibility
of the product. Initial results look promising!
I’ve mainly been working on the website revamp, incorporating feedback from the community.
I’m done brainstorming for Catalyst and have created some wireframes, soon I’ll begin to flesh those out and add some colour to ensure they’re on-brand.
know there have been a lot of teams in the crypto community hit by
Slack scammers, people are abusing the Slackbot reminder service to send
out phishing messages to other users. We’re sorry this is still taking
place, Slack’s response has basically been that we shouldn’t be using it
for non-trusted communication. We have looked at a couple of other
chatroom-style options for community engagement, but for now we have
decided to stick with Slack since it’s where most of our community
already hang out, and we’re hoping that most people are getting wise to
the scams going round.
being said, if things get worse and we decide that we need more admin
control over the chat environment, we’ll reevaluate a move to another
platform and let you know in the next update. Please continue to report
scammers to the team in slack, either @blorange or @damo are your best
bets for a quick response.
Greetings everyone! It’s time for a quick update on Lunyr’s roadmap. As described in the previous announcement,
the Invitation-only Alpha release will be on the Ethereum Mainnet. This
decision has led to major improvements in the expected delivery time of
various features and also means the current milestone has accelerated
from the Stardust release to the Celestial release.
Celestial release will feature the Content submission system v1.0, Peer
review system v1.0, full WYSIWYG editor, Article Discovery, and HNR
rewards. Users will be able to accumulate HNR rewards, which will have
much more functionality later.
plan on implementing CBN rewards in the Interstellar release so that
users will be able to earn CBN; however, LUN distribution rewards will
not be available until later testing stages.
Celestial — Mainnet (Invitation-only Alpha):
Content submission system v1.0Peer review system v1.0HNR rewardsWYSIWYG editorArticle DiscoveryFixing bugsImproving UXSlowly adding contributors, quality control
Basic Advertising RevenueContributor DistributionUpgraded Incentive System
Nebula and on: TBA
Invitation-only Alpha Signup
Celestial release is coming soon and we would like to invite community
members to sign up for testing and providing feedback. If selected,
you’ll receive an email with further instructions. Please note that
there are a limited number of seats and the sooner you sign up the more
likely you’ll be able to participate as an Invitation-only Alpha tester.
Please follow the link here and fill out as much as possible.
EncryptoTel (ETT) weekly update #2: roadmap and buywall/exchanges
Dear EncryptoTel investors,
you for your patience as we finish distribution of our token and
prepare arrangements for the next steps. We have three pieces of news
that we think will be of interest to the community: a detailed roadmap,
an update about the promised buywall and preliminary news about exchange
have created an infographic of a detailed timeline for EncryptoTel’s
development. It is our intention to meet these milestones at the times
stated, although of course, it is never possible to guarantee deadlines
in advance. Nonetheless, we think these steps are manageable and
realistic. You can see the full development outline in the image below.
many of you have been asking about the buywall that we said would be
set to allow investors to sell their tokens if they were unhappy about
the overfunding we received in our crowdsale. This buywall will be
placed on the Waves DEX and on Tidex.com tomorrow at 13pm Moscow time.
200,000 WAVES will be used to buy back ETT tokens, which will then be
burned to reduce supply. Waves token users can sell wETT on DEX, whilst Ethereum token holders will be able to sell their eETT tokens for WAVES on Tidex. The bid price for the wall in WAVES will be calculated automatically at the equivalent of 0.000047 BTC per ETT.
we are in contact with a number of exchanges, and our managers are
trying to stay in touch with every exchange that might want to add us.
We are also working on our side with exchange integrations from the
technical point of view.
Today, C-CEX added our Ethereum token eETT — see
Trading, deposits and withdrawals are all operational. You can trade ETT on C-CEX here:
https://c-cex.com/?p=ett-btc. We hope to have more exchange announcements in the future.
the past few months there has been wide circulation of rumours about
more Youtubers and Gamers joining Okcash. The first Youtuber is finally
revealed, the Youtuber Geetsly is now in partnership with OKcash.
just released a new video, where he makes an introduction about OKcash
and briefly describes the future implementation of Okcash for the
channel and his community.
Geetsly, a content creator focusing on
topics relating to Star Wars, unraveling facts, hidden mysteries and
highlighting a range of events in the Star Wars Series, Games, and the
OKcash Collaborators had the pleasure of having a
conversation with Geetsly about a sponsorship, after a conference call,
both OKcash and Geetsly came to the agreement of integrating the
cryptocurrency as a featured future development project where users will
be able to exchange games, on the platform of the IntergalaticLounge.
For Geetsly’s and the OKcash community, “this is a new a day, a new
beginning”, spoken by Ahsoka Tano .
The OKcash community are
strongly fervent and supportive for any collaboration. It’s the vision
of being the next widely-used cryptocurrency, with the philosophy to
‘decentralize everything and empower everyone.’
The future of
currency is cryptocurrency, and it’s the philosophy at OKcash where we
think that currency should be decentralized, through a secure network,
transparent [through the OKcash Blockchain], Open-Source and Positive
for Innovation. Since the creation of OKcash in Nov. of 2014, we’ve
established partnerships including Microsoft Azure with the Blockchain
as a Service [BAAS] ecosystem. We want to maintain our partnership with
Geetsly and his community by strengthening and assisting them during
this process of integration.
Most users can start-up your own
OKcash wallet’s through the OKcash Bot, currently implemented in the
Geetsly Discord Server as well as the OKcash Discord Server. Users are
automatically assigned addresses [which can be found by using the
command: .deposit]. You can purchase more OKcash, by first purchasing
Bitcoin then depositing it into an OKcash accepted exchange, such as
Bittrex, Cryptopia, Bleutrade, and Yobit. Once you’ve purchased these
coins, you’re able to withdraw these coins into your own wallet. Your
finally able to stake your coins, and to receive rewards for doing this,
as of now the current staking rewards for this year is at 10%, which
means if a user was to have 100,000 OKcash, throughout the year the user
will receive small amounts of rewards and by the end of the year the
total would amount 10,000 OKcash. If you want to sell your OKcash, you
can do so through LiteBit, a site which converts OKcash to euro. Using
Litebit you can directly purchase the cryptocurrency through various
payment methods, including Ideal, Sepa Bankwire transfer, SOFORT, and
Now this is a Proof of Stake algorithm, using the block
halving process, which is why OKcash is a long-term sustainable staking
[L.T.S.S.], using this system allows for the regulation of inflation,
protecting the currency’s value. Through the Point of Stake algorithm,
rather than Proof of Work [used for Bitcoin], people don’t need
expensive equipment in order to get the coin, the more coins a person
has the more mining power they have, allowing them to receive a larger
stake, and compound on their coins.
you want to get some free OKcash, go on the OKcash discord server,
where there is frequent soaks and rains, a soak and rain essentially is
the distribution of coins provided from a host user. The difference
between the two, is that you receive soaks, if you’re within a 30 min
time frame from the last moment you remained active on the server.
Whilst rains are received to users who are currently active on the
server. This distribution process can be simply explained by this: if
there are 100 users online, and a user rains 100 OKcash, everyone will
receive 1 OKcash each.
We at the OKcash Community are proud to be
associating with The Geetsly Community, we know this is a new concept,
this integration is a gradual process, which is why hopefully both
communities can share ideas, assist with any difficulties so it can be
conducive to exploring future developments and innovation. It’s from
this moment forward where we want to maintain strong bonds, and grow
opportunities between one another.
Nav Coin NavTech 1.2 Beta Released, Copay Resumed, Strategy Team Additions
Coin team have been hard at work this week completing their in house
testing of NavTech 1.2 and the new Nav Coin 4.0.4 Core Wallet. The
Polymorph team have closed out another sprint successfully completing
four stories. We’ve resumed work on our fork of the CoPay Web &
Mobile wallets. We’ve added 2 new team members to the Digital Strategy
team and also had a productive Digital Strategy meeting to help shape
Nav Coin’s immediate marketing direction.
1.2 and the Nav Coin 4.0.4 Core Wallet have both passed in house
testing with flying colours. With a pool size of 50,000 NAV, the server
was able to accept 100,000 NAV queue the transactions and correctly
process them without failure. We now move onto a private beta test with
the wider team and some of our senior community members. The 4.0.4
wallet has been distributed to the beta test group today and we will
kick into the first round of this group’s test schedule tomorrow.
new NavTech system is quite a lot more complex than 1.1 with the
splitting and joining of transactions, rounding transactions to factors
of 10 as well as scattering them vertically through time. We are also
adding encrypted data to the anon-destination field of all standard
transactions from this version forward. We hope all this increases the
difficulty of performing blockchain meta analysis to try to infer which
transactions coming out of NavTech relate to transactions going in.
continues to track well with the order creation being finished this
sprint as well as the deposit page which you arrive at after creating
your order. We have also completed some technical tasks this sprint
including adding HTTPS to the server and implementing a logging class to
capture any errors which occur when creating or processing orders.
Polymorph team will now switch focus to help finish the front end of
our Copay Wallet fork. We are hopeful to complete this project within
the next few weeks and are pretty excited about its success. The Copay
an Android or iOS App (if it is accepted on the Apple Store). The
wallet uses a lite blockchain implementation, only reading the block
headers which minimises the space required on your device. It
communicates to our servers to create transactions, but it is a fully
qualified wallet and you are always in control of your private keys.
Even if our service goes down, you are in control of your coins and are
never at risk of losing access.
had some successful Digital Strategy meetings this week with the wider
team and also used them as an induction platform for our two new Digital
Strategists Josh and Laura.
Drummond has had a raft of experience in the corporate marketing space,
specialising in copywriting and illustration. He has a keen interest in
cryptocurrencies and has just come from a Marketing Manager role with
the largest telecom company in New Zealand. He has helped create and
curate engaging content for many of New Zealand’s leading brands and
will be a great asset to the team.
Harris comes from a photography and graphic design background
specialising in visual & written communications. She has a wealth of
experience in branding, digital content creation and event photography.
Her visual skills and eye for detail will make her an integral part of
our Digital Strategy team’s upcoming campaigns.
accommodate the growing team we’ve moved Nav Coin HQ from its current
location to a shared office space in the tech startup district of
downtown Auckland. So far it is going well there and we’ve been
connecting with some other people in the fintech space. We hope that it
will be both productive for our team and also provide great networking
banner competition is off to a great start and has raised more than
3,800 NAV from the community, which will go a long way in providing
awareness for the Nav Coin brand. We’ve received a number of great
designs, and have decided to extend the competition another week (until
Wed 19th July) to get as many people involved as possible. Check out our
the bitcointalk forum for more information on how to get involved and
be in to win part of a bounty pool of 700 NAV if your banners get
marketing team has begun updating the website — which will be an
ongoing process to improve the performance of the website. We are
updating our content to be more user friendly & easily
understandable, and implementing an email strategy that will guide new
users to learn about Nav Coin and become part of the Nav Coin community.