Have you seen the new PayPal crypto ad? The tagline is, “Crypto for the people is here.”
Crypto is really gaining traction, which means we’re going to keep seeing more infringements on personal privacy just like this. If PayPal owning your keys and your crypto, and storing all of your transaction data is “crypto for the people”, then what does that make us?
The privacy movement is more important than ever, and there’s still a lot of work to be done. Take ownership of this movement and join the PRV Holders Call this Friday (or Thursday night, depending on your time zone). RSVP here and comment with topics you want to talk about.
Let’s get the people control over their crypto before corporations steal it from under their noses.
A release date estimate is up for the data export feature.
What do you think about the new European Blockchain Services Infrastructure?
We’re speeding up the implementation of Trustless Bridge v4.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check out docs.incognito.org, a library of resources to help developers and validators.
Ethereum updates have added a new dynamic to reducing gas fees. Jump into the conversation.
App v4.1.4 went live, see what changed.
Development for the Ledger Integration is nearly finished.
We’re making progress on Dynamic Committee Size and nearing release of the new staking flow.
Be sure to check the forum this week. My monthly letter to PRV Holders is coming out, as well as the PRV Holders Call. These aren’t just ways to stay updated, they’re opportunities to share your thoughts as we wrestle to make privacy the best it can be.
See you around we.incognito.org.
Have a sunny-beach-day kind of week,