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  • Announcing MetaMask Version 8

    Everyone’s favorite way to use Ethereum applications now comes with a host of new features!Today, we’re rolling out MetaMask Version 8. This represents a major upgrade to MetaMask and offers a number of new features that no wallet has delivered before.Unparalleled Privacy ControlMost wallets today either manage a single account, or expose the currently selected user current account to all connected sites — broadly revealing users’ private information.In MetaMask V8, when you connect to a website… … More

  • Protect Your Privacy: Hack for a Better Data World

    Between Jun 15, 2020 – Jun 29, 2020 we’re opening the open source gates for the Protect Privacy Virtual Hackathon! We’ll explore solutions that balance ownership, control and privacy for users, with leading Web3 companies already building in the privacy space.
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  • New York Blockchain Week Goes Global on Gitcoin

    Heyo Gitcoiners! May was planned out to be the season of lively and crowded conferences for everybody in the blockchain space. Consensus Distributed and Ethereal Summit were 2 of the main events scheduled to make New York vibrate, during New York Blockchain Week’s 6th annual edition.
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  • Ready Layer One: Interoperability is NEAR

    Heyo Gitcoiners! We’ve always believed OSS people have the power to make things better, for everybody. That’s why we’re just over-the-moon to host NEAR’s fun-tastic hackathon: Ready Layer One!
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  • Ready Layer One: Ethereum Interoperability is NEAR

    Heyo Gitcoiners! We’ve always believed OSS people have the power to make things better, for everybody. That’s why we’re just over-the-moon to host NEAR’s fun-tastic hackathon: Ready Layer One!
    The post Ready Layer One: Ethereum Interoperability is NEAR appeared first on Gitcoin’s Blog. … More

  • web2.5

    A couple months ago I was looking at the prices of crypto assets, and eyeballing the list it was… … More

  • Carbon X Metatransactions = No More ETH Gas Fees

    Drip DripHello! Today, the Carbon Team is happy announce that users of the Carbon Wallet no longer have to pay ETH gas fees when sending or redeeming CUSD.Want to try it out without paying real money? Check out our open-source Ropsten “Faucet” where you can get free test CUSD, send it to a friend, and redeem it without spending any ETH 🤯. Don’t have an ETH account? No problem! Create temporary ETH accounts on the faucet site.To repeat — to use CUSD you no longer need to own any ETH ✅We have been… … More