It’s that time again! It’s the weekly update for the first week of April.
First off, we’ve broken a milestone: Users have shielded over $1.54 million worth of crypto using the Incognito Wallet. Way to take back your privacy!
Now, a roundup of the past week at incognito.org:
Projects and proposals
- @osarrouy wants to build a CLI wallet and enable Incognito on any node.js-capable device. Let him know what you think!
- Check out Incognito’s list of open research problems to see what needs solving.
- The Incognito blockchain is officially 80% smaller, which will reduce costs and increase life spans for nodes. Here’s how to update your nodes.
- Incognito mode for dapps is almost here! pKyber is in testing.
- The trustless bridge to BTC is scheduled to go live next week.
- Thanks to the brand new NEO bridge, the first NEO deposits have been made.
Other newsworthy happenings
- Our first AMA was great. Thanks to all those who participated, watch it here if you missed it, and keep an eye out for the next one.
- The ‘Internet Privacy Guy’ RobBraxmanTech reviewed Incognito. Check it out here!
Don’t forget to invite your friends! The more people participate in the community, the better Incognito becomes.
Have an idea on how to make Incognito better? Create a proposal of your own.
Want to earn rewards? Go to incognito.org to join the discussion and get rewarded.
Thanks for reading, and see ya next week!