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This only includes a portion of the activity from the Burst Apps Team.
It does not include private repositories or projects belonging to other teams:
- Additions: 11,695
- Deletions: 4,545
- Commits: 15
- Reminder : Please Update your BRS to version 2.3.0
BRS 2.3.0 and QBundle 2.5.1 have been released, with important security updates. At the time of writing this article, nearly 51% of nodes have upgraded. If you run a BURST node, we encourage you to upgrade immediately.
- CIP-20 Updated AT Fees Submitted
The developers of BlockTalk have submitted CIP-20 and are looking for input from the community on use cases and requirements on their project. If you have any comments on this CIP, or if you have wants or needs surrounding Burst Smart Contracts, your feedback is certainly welcomed. The time for comments on CIP-20 ends on May 12, 2019. Read details about CIP20 also here.
- BlockTalk Emulator developed
Development of the BlockTalk reached the first milestone – developing an emulator to test the functionality of an AT written in Java. Read the full news on burstcoin.ist . Check out in the video how the auction contract was written and tested successfully:
- Burst Town Hall on Discord
Pool operator and community leader Shadow held a Burst Town Hall meeting over on the Burstcoin.ro Discord server. Some topics that were discussed include what’s new in Burst, new ideas, and Phoenix. The audio recording is available here.
- Burst Crew Infiltrates CIS19
Crypto Invest Summit 2019 was this week in Los Angeles, CA, and the Burst community showed up in full force. BAT core developers and several community members brought a big Burst presence to the conference, handing out stickers and sporting Burst clothing.
- New Graphics Resources for Designers
Burst-coin.es has opened up their graphics library to the public, which includes several new logos and artwork that Burst designers and developers should find useful. Check them out today!
- Call for Volunteers: Burst Research Team
Community lead SKIPPER is looking for volunteers to help curate technical documentation and innovations for Burst. If you have skills in technical writing or research, please reach out!
- Smart Contracts aka BURST ATs – tell us your wishes/requirements!
User tank_72 made a call for AT examples: “If you publish your ideas or wishes for an AT here, we will try to include this into our solution. We do not expect a technical description — more a presentation of the workflow or process you like to get solved.”Some ATs were already committed join the reddit now and share your ideas.
BMF Weekly Funds Report
The BMF owns 3 account with the following balances:
- BMF (BURST Marketing Funds)
Balance: 1,18,743.16 BURST (-14,715.15)
- BMF Exchange Listing Funds
Balance: 200,022.89 BURST (+0)
- BMF Development/Bounty Funds
Balance: 485,000.88 BURST (+50,000)
- Weekly NDS-Award paid on 13.04.2019
45 node operators received the NDS-A while 2,000 BURST in total were distributed. The service found 123 (+5) active nodes fulfilling the version within the last 7 days.
- New Video: Meet BURST, the smart blockchain solution!
User SKIPPER created a helpful new promotional video about Burst.
The BMF paid 30,000 BURST via the Youtube-Bounty for his contribution.
Exchange & Trading
- Trading Metrics (via ChainSage)
- Market Cap $9,086,018 (rank 290 +5)
- 7d Volume $ 179,680 (- 31,00%)
- 30d Volume $1,090,360 (-15,91%)
- Total Supply 2,158,812,800
- Exchange Coverage
The Burst Apps Team has agreed to support new and existing exchanges wishing to list BURST. Exchanges may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for technical support.
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