Featured in this news update:
– Lisk Events in 2nd Quarter 2020
– LiskHQ rewards Lisk Highlights as Community Hero for March
– Lemii launched the Testnet Provision Program
– Moosty helps students to embrace Lisk tech and work on PoCs
– Delegates’ overview and #HeroesNotZeros
Lisk Events in 2nd Quarter 2020
LiskHQ will attend and organize several events during the next months:
- 20-26 April: Tokyo Blockchain Week
Tokyo Blockchain Week is the largest blockchain conference in Tokyo, attended by LiskHQ to increase the awareness of Lisk in Japan. Max Kordek will be a panelist.
- 9-15 May: New York Blockchain Week
New York Blockchain Week is hosted by CoinDesk and Consensus conference is its main event. Lisk will be represented in New York by the CEO and co-founder Max Kordek. The goal is to create connections with top leaders in the blockchain industry.
- 28-29 May: WeAreDevelopers
WeAreDevelopers World Congress in Berlin is the world’s leading developer conference. Lisk is a main partner of this event and it will host a developer workshop to introduce the Lisk SDK.
LiskHQ rewards Lisk Highlights as Community Hero for March
John_Muck, a.k.a LISK Highlights, is a well-know community member, active since 2017 in Lisk ecosystem. He is a moderator and contributor in many social media channels (Reddit, Telegram and Discord).
Check out the previous heroes: https://lisk.io/community
Lemii launched the Testnet Provision Program
Delegate Lemii launched a campaign to promote the setup of new Lisk Testnet nodes, by providing free VPS servers to participants. The goals of this initiative are: improve the health of the Testnet network, attract new people into the ecosystem, help people learn more about Lisk Core and the Lisk SDK, assist community members towards a standby or forging delegate position.
Participants have to register as a Testnet delegate and contact Lemii on Discord to get the credentials of their own VPS. The first batch of new delegates will be announced soon. For more info, visit https://lisktools.eu/#testnet
Moosty helps students to embrace Lisk tech and work on PoCs
Delegate Moosty organized a lesson for 10-15 students at the Lisk Center Utrecht. During the workshop, attendees worked on three different projects:
– Lisk.Delegate : A marketplace where delegates and sidechain apps can find each other;
– NoobChain: store data from different devices (airquality, temperature, etc) to use in reports;
– EnChain: a project that merges GDPR with blockchain.
Delegates’ overview and #HeroesNotZeros
According to LiskMonitor, this week both Elite and GDT lost 6-8 million LSK per group.
At individual level, the most voted delegates are: moosty [+290k], endro [+26k], lemii [+36k], liskmagazine [+36k], 9up.io [+93k], liskpoland.pl [+43k], gym [+32k], jong [+55k].
The biggest individual losses came up for all delegates in position 1-101, except for the mentioned above, and also for many delegates in position 102-113.
It is still possible to receive 1 free LSK, exploiting the 1LSK refund by minions (if you vote the “Heroes” list, no action required).
Read more about the campaign #HeroesNotZeros in the dedicated article: “Heroes Not Zeroes: the Campaign to Push Deserving Delegates”