Dear Tezos community,
The update for this week and next week will be a bit more brief but I wish all members of the Tezos community a happy and healthy holiday season. In case you missed it, we released a brief year-end recap last week highlighting some of our major accomplishments from 2019. I can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store for Tezos.
Grantees, Funded Entities, and Other News
Below are some updates from the last week:
- Atomex executed the first ETH <-> FA1.2 swap on the babylonet.
- Baking Bad released an update to its Tezos delegation auditor with three new criteria.
- Baking Bad announced that Baking Bad Insurance will move on-chain and be renamed Sure DAO. The first prototype should be ready for testing beginning in February.
- Cryptium Labs released a video message to the Tezos community with its highlights of 2019.
- Cryptonomic created a demo of how to interact with the Tezos Commons baking registry with ConseilJS.
- Ledger revealed that over 40 thousand people participated in its Tezos on Ledger Live contest.
- Nomadic Labs published a new blog post on Sapling integration in Tezos.
- Tezonomics released a 2019 Tezos Year in Review podcast featuring Jacob Arluck from TQ Tezos.
- Tezos Berlin released a recording of its meetup on Tezos on-chain governance.
- Tezos Commons deployed an on-chain baker registry.
- Tezos Israel educated a delegation of students visiting from Singapore on the advantages of Tezos.
- Tezos Korea had their completion ceremony for a 16 week blockchain course sponsored by the Seoul Business Agency.
- Tezos Southeast Asia published a simple new guide on setting up a Tezos node and Baker.
- Tezos Ukraine introduced LabNet, a rapid iteration testnet for Tezos which will be ready in the new year.
- TulipTools announced the release of Tplus CLI, which allows users to manage their Tplus installation via the command line or within their existing IDE.
- TzStats rolled out version 5.2.0.