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One Click to issue your own tokens!
An exciting contribution from the Nervos developer community
Recently, a developer in the Nervos community created a small web tool that allows anyone to issue sUDT tokens on Nervos with one click (without writing code!).
To use it you’ll simply need to connect a Keypering wallet (download here!) with more than 142 CKB in it.
After filling in the issuance quantity and submitting the token information, your own sUDT tokens will be created on Nervos! Of course, this is still a small project under development but you are welcome to try it out!
The Aggron testnet is waiting for you!
Lay2 and friends have created a bounty to further pw-core development
Most Nervos fans already know that pw-core is a major part of the Nervos ecosystem. It allows developers to integrate CKB directly into existing public chain wallets such as MetaMask, and even promises to integrate additional widely deployed cryptography that will make it even easier for users to access Nervos.
Currently, Portal Wallet, and GliaDEX have used pw-core for front-end development of CKB dApps. Currently however, pw-core must connect to a different software framework on the back-end, meaning dApp developers need to spend extra time to learn another piece of software.
The Lay2 team came up with an idea: Why not integrate front-end and back-end components in pw-core?
The Lay2 team has proposed two back-end components, namely RawProvider and IndexerCollector, which will allow pw-core to complete transaction signing and CKB cell indexing respectively. The Lay2 team has provided a reward of 50,000 CKB, and an additional 50,000 CKB has been added for a total bounty of 100,000 CKB! Check out the Nervos Talk post for more information.
Recently the Nervos Foundation announced a $5m program for building DeFi applications on Nervos, if you are interested, you can begin the application process by filling out the form here!
Nervos applies the RFC (Request for Comments) process for implementing every building block of the protocol. There were 27 Previous RFCs, which can be found here.
Recently multiple updates to RFCs have been proposed for inclusion in a hard fork upgrade of the network later this year, for more information, check out the PRs on the Nervos RFCs Github here.
If you are curious about the design decisions of aspects of CKB or anything built on it, please post your questions in this repository.
(#2601) bump generic-array from 0.12.3 to 0.12.4 to fix RUSTSEC-2020-0146
(#2571) request the approval for database migrations
(#2570) remove send_paused and use tentacle built-in max_send_buffer option
(#2589) update doc for multi-nodes configuration
(#2507) metricize processing cost
(#2525) manually trigger compaction after freeze
(#2590) fix cargo publish for v0.40
(#2593) CKB platform support into tiers
(#2581) skip unnecessary EpochExt updating
(#2585) bump ctrlc from 3.1.7 to 3.1.8
(#2586) bump once_cell from 1.5.2 to 1.6.0
(#2587) bump thiserror from 1.0.23 to 1.0.24
(#2584) expose the depended tokio from ckb-async-runtime
(#2583) set env var to put nodes data into upload dir
(#2580) upgrade deps
(#2582) Split test case BlockTransactionsRelayParentOfOrphanBlock
Muta [Layer2 framework on CKB]
SECBIT Labs [Zero knowledge proof toolkit for CKB]
Godwoken[A framework to build rollup solutions upon Nervos CKB]
force-bridge-btc [maps BTC on Bitcoin to cBTC on CKB in a trustless way]
force-bridge-eth [maps ETH on Ethereum to cETH on CKB in a trustless way]
(#215) fix(offchain): optimize ckb->eth
Hxro [Gamified Crypto Trading Platform]
Tocial [cosplayers’ photo sharing app]
Lay2 [pw-sdk, build dApp on CKB and run them everywhere]
Obsidian Labs [developer IDE]
Synapse [browser wallet and keyper agency]
BlockABC [onechain CKB and web auth]
GrowFi [token swap functionality]
Obsidian Systems [CKB integration with ledger wallets]
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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