The Stellar Developer Digest update for this week was published. They have to state that the Protocol 14 is on its way. The Testnet upgrade is over. There is a vote that is set to happen on the public network and it is scheduled for October 28, 2020.
October 07, 2020, 12:00 PM EST will be the time for “Achieving Special Network Effects.” Lisa Nestor, is set to join the webinar, which is hosted by “The Block on the state of international remittances.”
Also, Jed McCaleb and Denelle Dixon are set to be speaking at the LA Blockchain Summit. Jed will be talking about “The Future of Payment Networks: Scalability Challenges and Solutions,” and Denelle will be talking about “Digital Identity, Open Money, and the Framework for a Truly Decentralized Global Internet”.
There was a recent update about the kind of standards to be used to take advantage of the Stellar Global Network of Anchors. A lot is happening in the network.
Stellar Tweeted: “Builders… you can now join the Meridian 2020 Hackathon! We’re sponsoring a hackathon that will challenge old hands and newcomers alike. Compete for prizes and glory! The competition begins on October 23, 2020.
Someone recently pointed to how The European Central Bank’s symbol and the Stellar Lumens symbol look a lot alike. Further clarified stating, just happened to notice this for some reason.
For those who are new to Stellar, a community member introduces stating itis open financial infrastructure. Anyone can access it; there’s no permission or application needed. Companies as big as IBM & Franklin Templeton and as small as single-dev startups use Stellar for moving money & accessing new markets.
Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted: “Stellar Lumens (XLM) is already a service that has attracted several financial institutions. The pandemic has led it to grab the attention of more institutions.”
Stellar Lumens (XLM) Tokenization of Assets
Ledger Vault recently added Stellar Lumens to the list of supported cryptocurrencies. And tokenization of assets is slowly evolving to be a huge process in the Ecosystem.
Kelp is the trading bot for Stellar DEX. Developers continue to discuss CAPs, SEPs, Horizon and platform development. The executive director gives a monthly round up of events that is happening in the ecosystem.
The Stellar Community Fund is a very unique grants program that has made several projects from the idea phase to become a real product on the blockchain. SCF is evolving to be more fair and considerate. They are breaking the belief that crypto products are insecure. They continue to establish the worthiness of the product.
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