As we enter a new year we’re also entering an exciting period for Mina Protocol and the Mina Foundation and its ecosystem partners, including O(1) Labs, are committed to decentralized governance through on-chain voting
The Community Grants for Q3 22 have been announced by the Mina Foundation. These are retrospective awards given out to members of the technical and non-technical Mina Protocol Community for work done to either create a tool or service or to assist in the development of the project generally.
Staketab are one of the biggest staking providers in the Mina Protocol Ecosystem, they have also built an excellent Mina explorer (Minascan) and with zkApps currently being deployed on the Berkelely testnet they have just released a brand new updated version.
It’s been a busy year for Mina Protocol and the team have just released their updated roadmap for Q4 ’22. You can read the full article here, but here is a concise breakdown of the main points.
Over the last few weeks, Mina Protocol incubators O(1) Labs have been using Twitter Spaces to have discussions around Zero-Knowledge, zkApps and the potential of snarkyJS to be used in real world scenarios.
The zkIgnite Cohort 0 event has been a great source of new zkApps for Mina Protocol and below you will see some (more to come) of the awesome work done by the developers who participated.
Stablecoins haven’t received the best possible publicity in recent times, but a compliant, privacy preserving fiat coin via zero-knowledge proofs is seen in many circles as something of a holy grail for cryptocurrencies and a recent article written by Dr. Jonas Gross, Johannes Sedlmeir, Simon Seiter on the etonec website makes an interesting proposal on […]
Many people have been using their Ledger device in ‘developer mode’ for some time to safely store their Mina coins in ‘cold storage’, however Ledger have just announced that the Nano X and Nano S Devices are now fully compatible with Mina Protocol after a full audited by Least Authority.
There are more than things about Mina Protocol that make it quite unique in the current BlockChain space…
Here is a recording of the Community call on Monday 12th December 2022 regarding the first ever MIP (Mina Improvement Process) proposed by Gareth Davies to remove Supercharged rewards from Mina Protocol at the next hard fork.