Featured in this news update:
– Lisk ranked 3rd in CryptoMiso 3-month activity report
– Crypto_Embassy presents WooCommerce plugin & Lisk Metamask
– Delegates’ overview
– News from crypto world
We are celebrating the 4 Year Anniversary of Lisk’s Mainnet, happy birthday!
Lisk ranked 3rd in CryptoMiso 3-month activity report
LiskHQ confirms its commitment in a non-stop development and metrics prove that: according to CryptoMiso, Lisk is ranked third in the 3-month most active blockchain projects on Github. First position is assigned to Chainlink and Zeusshield is second.
Lisk is third even in the 6-month and 9-month rankings, while it is first in the 12-month period.
Crypto_Embassy presents WooCommerce plugin & Lisk Metamask
The 6th online community meetup hosted Stellardynamic and Sidechain Solutions and this time (May 28, 5:00 PM GMT+2) Crypto_Embassy group will showcase what they did in the cryptocurrency space in the last couple of years and present their latest projects: a Lisk plugin for WooCommerce and Lisk Metamask. They announced their “Metamask for Lisk” in February: the idea is to have an extention ready with nice UI/UX and have a working integration with Lisk wallet and lisk-sdk.
Watch the Stellardynamic’s speech.
Join the next online meetup.
According to LiskMonitor, in the past week there was a moderate change in delegate positions: Elite gained 1.4 million LSK and GDT gained +1.9M votes.
At individual level, the most voted delegates are: elevate [+345k] and moosty [+403k].
The biggest individual losses came up for joel [-236k], 4miners.net [-227k] and some standby delegates.
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 whole crypto world:
Hacker claims to have stolen data from Ledger, Trezor and KeepKey
A cybersecurity firm tweeted screenshots from a hacker selling stolen data from Trezor, Ledger and KeepKey users. Investigations are underway.
Bitcoin recovers from failed attempt at $10,000
Bitcoin may have stuttered, but the coin still refuses to give up its pre-halving gains.
Average Bitcoin transaction fees up over 2,000% in 2020
Bitcoin’s average transaction fees continue to surge, while its transaction backlog hits January 2018 levels.
Nearly $5 billion in Tethers were issued since January. Why?
One researcher thinks it’s because the Bitcoin ecosystem system is running dangerously low on real dollars.
Bitcoin Pizza Day 2020: How two Papa John’s pies became famous
Ten years ago, Laszlo Hanyecz spent 10,000 Bitcoin on two pizzas. Today, that would be worth $91 million. He doesn’t regret a thing.