This report covers May 21, 2021 to June 16, 2021.
Calm after – and before – the storm!
New graphs are coming to this report:
Current Hypernodes ROI is 18.4%, up from 18.2% in May. We count 246 active Hypernodes with a total amount of active collateral of 6,840,000 BIS. That’s a decrease of 3 active nodes since the last report.
The plot below shows all Hypernodes, both active and inactive, during the last 60 days. As can be seen from the plot, the number of Hypernodes is currently at 310, down by 2 nodes since the last report.
The plot below shows the total Hypernode collateral, both active and inactive, during the last 60 days. As can be seen, the total amount of collateral is 8,390,000 during this period. The total amount of BIS in circulation is 28,32 million. Hence, the amount of active collateral accounts for 24.2% of the total supply, or 29.6% if the amount of inactive collateral is included.
Media and news
A new domain for Bismuth main website: So far, bismuth.cz was the main website.
Although understandable for historical reasons – Jan, Bismuth Founder, is Czech – this did not made justice to Bismuth largely international community and global presence.
The new domain name, https://BismuthPlatform.com uses the default .com top level extension and insists on the platform that bismuth has evolved into. This also fits our @BismuthPlatform Twitter handle and helps to differentiate from Bismuth the metal. This new URL will be progressively rolled out.
You tube: Latest progress report was also available as a video. You’ll find it on the official Bismuth You tube channel.
What you can do:
- play the current video
- comment with a positive vibe
- embed the video on social medias/posts.
- suggest content/script for upcoming videos you’d like to see
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Detailed graph of the current wrapped supply:
Pancake Swap listing now looks better:
Both ETH and BSC bridges are running smooth since they started.