This week the Nervos Foundation and Linear Finance, announced a partnership to integrate Linear’s cross-chain compatible, decentralized asset protocol, which allows for creating, trading, and managing synthetic assets. The two teams are working toward a common goal of a more interconnected blockchain ecosystem, which will be important in assuring the continued growth of the DeFi space.
As we shared last week, the unique properties of Nervos CKB open up new kinds of opportunities for interoperability solutions and the user experience of blockchains as a whole. Linear Finance will be integrating cross-chain swaps of the Ethereum-based LINA token (great name!) and synthetic assets according to the Nervos sUDT standard, as well as utilizing Nervos Layer 2 aggregation solutions to improve throughput and reduce fees with batched transactions.
As cross-chain transactions and the number of assets wrapped between chains increases, stay tuned for all of the innovation coming out of the Nervos project, as the vision for Interoperability 2.0 is realized.
Nervos co-founder Kevin Wang will join the Reimagine2020 conference on Sept 26 at 9pm PST to discuss his thoughts on DeFi, tune in!
The Nervos Foundation published an infographic laying out the details of the more than $1.5M in grants that have been awarded to accelerate development of the Nervos ecosystem
Nervos co-founder Kevin Wang did a live AMA with crypto.com to discuss recent Nervos developments and what we can expect to see in the near future, check out the replay!
Nervos CKB Development Update #40 was shared by the core development team
Nervos applies the RFC (Request for Comments) process for implementing every building block of the protocol. There were 27 Previous RFCs that can be found here.
If you are curious about why a design in CKB is what it is now, please post your questions in this repository.
( #2268) add some transaction checking utils
( #2260) add get_transaction_proof / verify_transaction_proof rpc
( #2269) redesign cell store
( #2282) create log monitor for integration test check status between nodes
( #2265) add nMinimumChainWork config
( #2285) fix the problem of disconnection caused by uncertainty
( #2284) remove tmp directory dependencies
Polyjuice [an Ethereum on CKB solution]
Fix install ckb-cli command
Capsule [development framework for creating smart contract scripts in Rust for CKB]
Upgrade ckb-std to 0.6.3
Change project layout to supports rust-analysis
Support configuration item workspace_dir
Reorg code for supporting more templates
( #1866) remove alert of full version address in send component
Muta [layer2 framework on CKB]
Refactor lib.rs’s functions for better use in multiple schemes
Hxro [Gamified Crypto Trading Platform]
Tocial [cosplayers’ photo sharing app]
Lay2 [pw-sdk, build dApp on CKB and run them everywhere]
change web3modal-provider api parameters
add a provider to support wallet connect
Obsidian Labs [developer IDE]
Synapse [browser wallet and keyper agency]
rewrite the UploadFile component
add a loading indicator before show udts
adjust the style
BlockABC [onechain CKB and web auth]
GrowFi [token swap functionality]
Obsidian Systems CKB integration with ledger wallets
Fix invalid json error
Stop holding onto ledger devices after using them and use the new ledger-rs interface
Take advantage of thunk.nix to clean up Nix code
Summa One BTC/CKB interoperability (completed)
The Nervos Foundation currently runs a grants program for builders. check out the scope and how to apply.
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