Utrecht, The Netherlands [https://www.google.com/maps/place/Radonweg+2,+3542+AN+Utrechtfirstname.lastname@example.org,5.0671999,18z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c66f965050701f:0xcc36d80634c1625!8m2!3d52.1017654!4d5.0682942] , May 14, 2021 --AllianceBlock has announced it will launch a decentralized capital market on the Edgeware smart contract platform.
Knit Finance and Edgeware are partnering to integrate EDG tokens into Knit Finance’s Multichain platform. The Knit Finance team has pioneered wrapping native tokens across different ecosystems and thus for this integration they will be developing Wrapped kEDG tokens. Knit Finance is a unique decentralized protocol for creating cross-chain
Want to get involved in Gen 3 smart contracting platforms? See the path for Edgeware in our Developer deck: Edgeware: Developer DeckEdgeware: Developer Deck @heyedgeware / @edg_developers edgewa.re Reach out: [email protected] Collecting Feedback on DeckGoogle Docs [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cXOy9FTyuvTXaNPNqip8_R8VkB5RldOP-H0ZNlVl4-Y/edit?usp=sharing]
March 25, 2021 Covalent has announced they will partner with the Edgeware smart contract platform to index the chain, creating easier accessibility to historical and on-chain data for EDG users and developers, in addition to the set of other blockchains Covalent indexes. The partnership will also allow Covalent’s technology
Other than the official documentation, [https://github.com/hicommonwealth/edgeware-node/wiki/Validating-on-Edgeware] community members have written several guides that are at various stages of up-to-dateness. We provide these for your use- many of their writers are available at the Edgeware Discord [https://discord.gg/x3QddA4]. We'll attempt to update this.
While the existing Edgeware networks are currently all testnets, [https://blog.edgewa.re/relaunch-clean-genesis-for-edgeware/] several tools have already been built to help users navigate and test. To add to this list, you can post it at the Edgeware Node Github [https://github.com/hicommonwealth/edgeware-node/] or email [email protected].
We've created an unlock tool to speed this process: https://commonwealth.im/#!/unlock — We designed the Lockdrop User Contract (LUC) to be incredibly simple, which helps make it secure and accessible to use. Initially, the Master Lockdrop Contract (MLC) creates a LUC through one transaction: when you send your ETH.
Edgeware is community-owned at launch - and several leaders have already created official and unofficial meeting points to share information, discuss the ecosystem, smart contract development and validation. Here is the current list: Official (Commonwealth Labs-managed) Hubs: Commonwealth Interface: Discuss Proposals via forum and soon manage the governance features for
In this post, we’re providing more clarity on the technological capabilities of the Lockdrop event, and detailing why we've built the process this way. First and foremost, the Edgeware lockdrop event is a token distribution mechanism intended to: 1. Select for longterm, committed participants of the ETH community that
Edit: Some of this information may be outdated. We've done our best to update sections where we find them, but check blog.edgewa.re and the final terms post. [https://blog.edgewa.re/final-terms-and-updates-to-the-edgeware-lockdrop/] We are rapidly approaching June 1, 2019: the opening of the Contribution Period for the Edgeware