Whiteblock at Devcon 5

Whiteblock at Devcon 5

Just last week, Whiteblock attended Ethereum’s premier community event, Devcon 5. This year saw over 3,000 crypto folks descend on Osaka, Japan for a week of technical talks and workshops largely aimed at developers. Myself, Rene and Trent represented the rest of the...
Ethereum 2.0 Grant Update #2: Interop Lockin

Ethereum 2.0 Grant Update #2: Interop Lockin

Written by Antoine, Rene, Daniel and Trent At the end of August, Whiteblock received a joint grant from the Ethereum Foundation and ConsenSys. Read our blog post for more details and find the official announcement from the EF here. In the second week of September, the...
Whiteblock at Berlin Blockchain Week 2019

Whiteblock at Berlin Blockchain Week 2019

For much of August, part of the Whiteblock team was in Germany for Berlin Blockchain Week. This event is a “decentralized community-organized initiative” focused on educating people about the current state of the blockchain industry. We attended a series...
Ethereum 2.0 Networking Grant: Update #1

Ethereum 2.0 Networking Grant: Update #1

At the end of August, Whiteblock received a joint grant from the Ethereum Foundation and ConsenSys. Read our blog post for more details and find the official announcement from the EF here. “Whiteblock is funded to continue Eth2.0 network testing and testnet /...
Whiteblock Begins Technical Partnership with Stake Capital

Whiteblock Begins Technical Partnership with Stake Capital

Whiteblock is excited to begin a technical partnership with Stake Capital, one of the leading providers of access to the emerging digital economy. Their services include financial instruments and services on top of the leading DeFi and validators for staking networks....

Ethereum 2.0 Client Interop Workshop Toronto

From June 25-29, the Whiteblock team was joined in Toronto by members of several Ethereum 2.0 client teams to work on client interoperability. Teams represented included Artemis, Prysmatic, Nimbus, Lodestar, and Yeeth. The broad goal for the week was to facilitate...
Blockchain Transactions Suck

Blockchain Transactions Suck

TLDR; proposal of a contract that will deal with the unsureness of sending a transaction to the right address. This will allow users to be sure and confident about sending large amounts of tokens to a certain address and ensure that they will not lose their money. Has...
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