Featured in this news update:
– Get ready for the second Lisk Community Online Meetup
– Delegates’ overview
– News from crypto world
Get ready for the second Lisk Community Online Meetup
The first weekly online community stand-up for the Lisk Community was super nice!
During this 1-hour online meetup Jackson Roberts presented his project Moracle, a toolkit for building better decentralized applications. This Thursday, April 23, LCU will host Jonathan Gros-Dubois, that will present his LDEX/Leasehold work. The event will start at 5pm CEST time zone.
Next speakers will be Davi Alves, that recently received a Scholarship from Sidechain Solutions, and Korben, Lisk forging delegate and developer.
Join the online meetup.
According to LiskMonitor, this week there were a moderate change in delegate positions: Elite gained 11 million LSK and GDT gained 7.7 million votes.
At individual level, all delegates in position 1-101 gained between 150k and 300k LSK.
This time there are no big individual losses, just minor losses for standby delegates, such as liberspirita [-41k], zt1349 [-54k], carolina [-94k] and delegates in lower positions.
It is still possible to receive 1 free LSK by minions (if you vote the “Heroes” list, no action required).
As this week there are not other news related to Lisk world, we feature here some announcements & facts related to the crypto world:
Multicoin Capital-backed DeFi protocol dForce loses ~$25M
dForce, a Multicoin Capital-backed Chinese decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol, has been exploited. Lendf.Me, a lending platform within the dForce ecosystem, was able to grow into one of the seventh largest DeFi market by value locked on DeFi Pulse before the attack.
Hong Kong’s first regulated bitcoin fund gets launched
The fund has some notable counterparties – BitGo as the custodian and Grant Thornton as its audit partner. The fund is reportedly eyeing $100 million in total assets under management within the first year.
First Ethereum 2.0 release configuration testnet block mined and validated
Prysmatic Labs, an engineering team working on the Ethereum 2.0 technical infrastructure, launched the Ethereum 2.0 Topaz testnet on April 16. The Topaz testnet uses the same mainnet configuration planned for Ethereum 2.0’s initial launch, and requires validators to stake the full 32 ETH that will be required with the 2.0 mainnet.