The Chameleon Mobile App will be removed from app stores On the 21st of September 2020 Chainzilla announced that they will be removing their mobile app ‘Chameleon Pay’ from the app stores.This multi mobile wallet app included a Bismuth wallet for more than a year and served many Bismuth users very well for the whole time period.
Bismuth launched in 2017 as the first Python blockchain. A utilitarian protocol that sought to harness the intellectual capital surrounding the largest & fastest growing programming language in the world. The past 3 years have been a strenuous journey, in which Bismuth has emerged a robust & infallible platform that has stood the test of time. Thomas Edison once said, “From humble beginnings come great things”. This couldn’t be more true.
This report covers March 20, 2020 to April 16, 2020.The Bismuth team is still alive and kicking, working hard on Bis with clean hands and masks when on video call. Read on below:
In my last post, I talked about fee-less transactions for dApps – thanks to the Hypernodes framework – as well as why fees are usually needed.Let’s take some time to dig deeper into these, how Bismuth addresses the issues and what it means for the various actors.
Well… a few days ago I agreed with the team to use as little acronyms and abbreviations as possible, and there I am with this word from outer space…Please bear with me: in the end all should be clear 😉 The context In my previous post I announced that dApps on Bismuth can use feeless transactions.Feeless as in no fee, free beer: transactions for free, 0 $BIS to spend.I even said this was something already existing and working.It is.You may not be aware, but every 5 minutes since September 2018, blocks are created by the Bismuth network, with feeless transactions …
As the regulars may have seen, our Discord was quieter than usual since the New Year.Does that mean the team is on holidays? Far from it.Quiet periods are very welcomed and put to profit to think and work on BIS’ future. And a bright future we have in stock.
This newest issue of the “BisBabble” series introduces ShadowCrypto, a Bismuth user who became a community developer.
Bismuth- being fully from scratch and open source- most of the development activity can be tracked via Github.Of course, there are also off-the-scene private discussions, benchmarks and tests, but Github is the most accessible place to get development metrics.
In this second issue of the “BisBabble” series we welcome Endogen, a long time Bismuth supporter and developer of the Bismuth Telegram Bot, Bauer.
It’s Christmas time, and whether you enjoy a snowy winter or not, the Bismuth team is there to let you experiment the magic of a Snowy Christmas!