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  • Introducing Ayetu: A Robust Financial Layer for Users Across Africa

    Introducing Ayetu: A Robust Financial Layer for Users Across Africa

    As 2024 ramps up, we’re looking forward to everything that the year has in store for GoodBlock’s robust suite of Web3 products. With that in mind, we’re excited to unveil the branding and roadmap for the Africa-based blockchain project, Ayetu! In this update, we’ll be diving into what Ayetu is and the inspiration for the branding, as well as diving into what our community can expect to come out of the project in the coming months.

    Ayetu: Making Financial Services Accessible to Everyone Across Africa

    Ayetu, is a private blockchain, designed to serve as a settlement layer for financial transactions across the continent of Africa. It combines GoodBlock’s leading infrastructure with an enhanced version of the Antelope tech stack in a way that allows financial applications to be built in compliance with local regulations across Africa.

    The goal of this is to create a fairer financial system for users across Africa. It was this goal that inspired the name Ayetu. Yetu means “our” in Swahili, with the A in the name standing for Africa. So, Ayetu essentially means “our Africa”, a fitting name to a project that aims to create more equitable financial tooling for communities in countries across the continent.

    This branding kicks off a new era for the project. One that begins with a heavy focus in Nigeria, where much of the project’s core team is based. The team is also currently undergoing an executive search for a CEO that can help take Ayetu to the next level.

    Unveiling the Ayetu Roadmap

    The most exciting news this week has been the release of the Ayetu roadmap, presented by the core Ayetu team. The presentation covered six critical areas that will be focused on in the coming months:

    • Partnerships
    • Core Protocol Improvements
    • Web Interfaces
    • The Mobile Super App
    • The Ayetu Token Bridge
    • The No-Code App Development System
    • Exchange Launches

    Check out the video below to learn more about the mission of Ayetu and for an in-depth look at the roadmap for the year ahead. It’s going to be an extremely exciting year for the entire Ayetu community!

    Work is Ramping Up Quickly

    The team is concentrating on what will be critical to complete in the first two quarters, with the efforts deepening throughout the second half of 2024. Progress is well underway, with the team working tirelessly over the past several weeks on a website, block explorer, and whitepaper.

    There are already a number of partners beginning to integrate their projects with the Ayetu technology. Kanda Weather has been deployed and is recording atmospheric data on-chain. Additionally, GreenEarth Agro’s Ghanaian Regenerative Agriculture project is already recording agricultural and IoT data.

    Partnerships have also been announced with LazyLabs, formerly known as Fortis, to develop the Mobile Super App, as well as Detroit Ledger Technologies, who will build out the Ayetu Block Explorer. 

    GoodBlock is excited to be involved in Ayetu as an technical and infrastructure partner. The technical team at GoodBlock has been working steadily to build out our robust Privacy API and PII servers, as well as our easy-to-use interfaces.

    An Exciting Year Ahead for Ayetu

    With the new branding officially unveiled and a robust roadmap released to keep the project on track, it’s going to be an epic year for the Ayetu community. Together, with help from our key partners, there will be a lot more announcements released and milestones reached in the coming month.

    Learn more about Ayetu by heading to Ayetu.net, connect with the community on Telegram and stay in the loop on upcoming announcements by following Ayetu on X. While you’re at it, don’t forget to follow GoodBlock on X for more updates on Ayetu and all of our other Web3 projects. We’re happy to have you along for another year of building innovative solutions for some of the world’s most pressing problems.

  • What’s Next for KOY Tech: Improving the User Experience of Blockchain Financial Systems

    It’s been more than a month since we initially announced our partnership with the KOY Network team, and since then a lot of exciting developments have taken place. In this update, we’ll get you caught up on all the latest technical developments that the GoodBlock team has been working on, in order to make the user experience on KOY Network as seamless as possible.

    Before we get into things though, get caught up on what KOY actually is in our last three articles to learn all about how KOY Network plans to bring accessible financial technology to communities across Africa:

           Part 1: KOY Network Partnership & Impact
           Part 2: KOYN Tokenomics Innovations
           Part 3: KOY Technical Infrastructure

    Keep reading to learn about the ways that GoodBlock is building KOY Network tooling for mass adoption.

    Improving the Web3 Login & Account Recovery Process

    Because a large demographic of KOY Network’s user base will be rural populations with lower digital literacy, it was important that the account sign up process be as easy as possible for the end user. At the same time, we didn’t want to make accommodations at the account level that might sacrifice security for user funds. Considering that KOY Network will be used primarily for government currencies and needs to comply with local regulations that protect the end user, it is important to make design choices that mitigate potential loss of funds. When it comes to Web3 tech, balancing ease of use with secure design is always a challenge, but we believe we’ve found what’s best for mass adoption.

    A key piece to the improved user experience is a super easy sign-in process that will provide the option for either a Web2 or Web3 login. Users can use the same sign-in process across all tools and 5-character account names make it easy for anyone to remember and communicate their credentials for sending and receiving funds.

    In order to ensure that user funds are kept safe, GoodBlock has developed a unique system for account security. First, private keys are generated within a secured, enclaved server that’s impossible to export. This means that no one, not even the KOY Network team can ever see anyone’s keys. Of course, advanced users or those coming from a Web3 environment also have the option to add their own predefined keys. Even when going that route, the KOY Network system and team will never be able to see what your keys are.

    In keeping with the theme of a seamless user experience, the system has been designed in such a way that if you lose your key, you can still log in, but no one can see the key – not even you. If users believe that their account has been compromised, they don’t need to recover their private key – instead, they can simply generate new public and private keys to replace their previous keys. This is thanks to the unique features in Antelope tech that allow end users to reissue new account keys.

    Designing a Block Explorer that Makes User Privacy a Priority

    While leading the Telos Core Developers in 2022, Douglas Horn had initiated the design and development of the first open source block explorer in the Antelope ecosystem, called Open Block Explorer (OBE, affectionately known as “Obie”). To best align OBE for mass adoption, the KOY Network team worked in conjunction with Detroit Ledger Technologies to implement an easier, more attractive, and highly featured new version.

    A key pillar of this design process was data privacy. Although it is a standard experience in Web3 environments for all of a user’s account information to be public for anyone to access, this is not the case in other types of financial tooling. Users coming from a Web2 environment rarely like the realisation that all their information is publicly accessible to anyone with access to a block explorer, which presents a strong barrier to entry. Additionally, because one of the KOY Network’s purposes is to serve as a financial network for government-licensed digital currencies, the project needs to comply with mandates and regulations of various countries, which would not allow this type of information to be stored in the open.

    With this in mind the team is implementing its unique design to overcome these barriers. Key account information, like transactions, is stored on the blockchain, so that there is a public ledger. However, personal information is stored in another system that is associated with each account. A unified, permissioned API for all KOY Network tooling allows access to this mix of public blockchain data and private user data. Crucially, users control permissions to see their own information, but not the private information of others. This means that users can have an immutable ledger of their balances and transactions without that becoming public information to everyone else in the world.

    These permissions will be extendible to other parties at the option of the account owners, and within the laws of each nation where KOY Network operates. With this in place, the block explorer will soon filter information and show the end user both their private information, as well as the publicly accessible information.

    While these design choices may not be appropriate for public blockchains, they are the perfect solution for KOY Network. KOY Network is different from other blockchains in that it’s not a blockchain looking for use cases. Rather, it’s a pressing use case of African financial inclusion and advanced data networks for business that uses blockchain as a key component of the problems it solves.

    Creating an Accessible User Interface for Web & Mobile

    It’s not enough to build technology that is designed to be accessible on the back-end; the front-end is in many cases the most important part to spend time on when it comes to improving the user experience. This is why GoodBlock is putting together an integrated platform of interfaces that will tie all of the features of KOY Network into a seamless application.

    The application will be available as both a web app dashboard, as well as a native smartphone app for Android and iOS. The smartphone app is particularly important as smartphones are one of the primary ways that countries across Africa access the internet. The interface will have a social media feel to it, with a distinctive social avatar associated with each account. This will give users a way to identify themselves without making personally identifiable information public.

    Any app on KOY Network can utilise these avatars to give them more personality and make the whole experience of interfacing with blockchain technology more accessible. Other gamification features will follow including optional badges, friend lists, messaging and account metrics aimed at solving problems around trust with largely anonymous accounts.

    “This is the social-forward, mass adoption-minded blockchain interface that I have been wanting to implement for years,” says Horn. “In 2019, I designed a wireframe for a system like this that we can now finally offer real users. Once fully released, it will incorporate a number of user experience innovations I worked on along the way but haven’t had the opportunity to build into real products yet.”

    Technical Innovation Continues to Flourish on KOY Network

    Technical innovation and user experience remain at the core of KOY Network’s development. We’re committed to delivering a seamless and secure user experience while complying with regulations and preserving user privacy. Our journey is far from over, and we invite you to learn more on the KOY Network site and join the KOY Network Telegram community. Stay tuned for future updates and news by following GoodBlock on social media.

    Join us as we pave the way for a more inclusive financial future with KOY Network!

    GoodBlock Technologies develops apps and networks to support better access and greater autonomy for computer users worldwide, with a focus on solving real world problems. Some of our solutions include koy.network, decide® Voter app, and dstor.cloud. Learn more at goodblock.io.

    KOY Network is a distributed ledger system designed to support smartphone apps serving Africa and its diaspora situated across the globe. Learn more at koy.network.

    GoodBlock Website: https://goodblock.io/
    KOY Network Website: https://koy.network/
    Open Block Explorer: https://explorer.koy.network/?network=koyn

    Social Media:
    KOY Network Twitter: @KoyNetwork
    GoodBlock Twitter: @goodblockio
    dStor® Twitter: @dStor_cloud
    decide® Voter App Twitter: @decide_Voter
    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/goodblock
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

  • How GoodBlock is Innovating Blockchain Infrastructure in Partnership with KOY Network

    How GoodBlock is Innovating Blockchain Infrastructure in Partnership with KOY Network

    Welcome back to another in depth look at the KOY Network, following the announcement of GoodBlock’s partnership with the network. In our first piece, we gave a high level look at what KOY Network is and its impact, as well as an overview of the partnership. Last week we dove deeper into the tokenomics of KOYN that GoodBlock helped conceptualise.

    This week, we’re talking about technical infrastructure and how Douglas Horn, CTO of KOY Network and CEO of GoodBlock, is strategically designing the network with the goal of becoming one of the world’s fastest blockchain network. Keep reading for more details, and at the end we’ll be sharing more about an upcoming event with the KOY Team where you can learn more about this innovative and impactful project. 

    Taking GoodBlock’s Powerful Antelope Node & Turning It Up to 11

    Because KOY Network is designed with the intent of powering financial transactions for the entire continent of Africa, ensuring that the technical design could handle a heavy number of transactions with high performance was a must. Thankfully, the protocol that KOY Network is built on, Antelope, is one of the industry’s leading protocols for performance and scalability, but the technical team at GoodBlock wanted to take things a step further.

    GoodBlock has long been an expert in Antelope infrastructure, boasting the fastest block producer available across the entire Antelope ecosystem. This was achieved through a combination of cutting edge hardware and subtle refinements to the node’s settings. Mr. Horn also initiated and led the creation of the design of Telos EVM, which claims the title of the World’s Fastest EVM. 

    So, when GoodBlock’s Douglas Horn stepped into the role of the KOY Network’s CTO, he quickly realised that there was a unique opportunity to take this experience and apply it to his work on the KOY Network in a manner that was even more powerful than other implementations. This was achieved by designing KOY Network so that every node and the protocol built on top of them is optimized to similar specifications as GoodBlock’s super node.

    “Public blockchains are built with heterogeneous infrastructure that sets a limit to the number of transactions per block that the slowest nodes can reliably validate. By employing a unified architecture of ultra-fast nodes, we can supercharge what Antelope.IO Leap is capable of to extreme levels, without introducing risk. In fact, this approach means KOY Network is more secure against some risks even than decentralised chains,” said Mr. Horn.

    On other Antelope networks, this type of approach wouldn’t have been possible because the networks are public and allow anyone to deploy a network validator. Because of this, the underlying consensus mechanism of other Antelope chains needs to be optimized to the speed of a network’s minimum hardware requirements. However, the KOY Network needs to be a private chain, which gives the protocol engineers much more control over the specifications of individual nodes and how the software running on top of these nodes is optimized. With this in mind, the network can implement nodes in relevant countries that are all based on the same structure. Because of this, they won’t have to match the slowest node, as most other blockchain networks do.

    Setting a Standard for Network Statistics with Sustained, Mainnet Transactions

    While the network is still in its infancy, the technical design choices made are expected to allow KOY Network to achieve speeds that are up to 4 times faster than any other Antelope Network. This would garner KOY Network the title of one of the world’s fastest blockchain with the potential to achieve 40,000 Transactions Per Second in a burst test.

    GoodBlock is also taking things a step further from the standard testnet burst tests that most other blockchains advertise. They will also be running sustained tests on the KOY Network mainnet, making it the first network to showcase this based on on-chain proof. The goal of this is to showcase that KOY Network is not only the fastest blockchain from a theoretical standpoint in test conditions but also under real-world scenarios. As these reports roll out, we hope to set a standard that other blockchains can replicate when it comes to promoting blockchain transaction speeds and throughput.

    Join Us For a Closer Look at KOY Network

    With the launch of KOY Network well underway, GoodBlock is extremely excited for everything to come over the next few months. To celebrate, we’re hosting a space with the KOY Network team where we’ll be diving even further into the most notable aspects of this partnership. Set a reminder to join us on October 13th at 16:00 UTC!

    For details on acquiring KOYN Tokens, check out the KOYN Fair Sale:

    The KOY team is currently conducting a token presale to give community members and those in the Antelope ecosystem an opportunity to acquire KOYN tokens at an attractive rate.

    To further honor their roots in the Antelope ecosystem, they’ve initiated the #AntelopeAccess program. Through this program, individuals can join the KOY Telegram channel and exchange their Antelope-based tokens for KOYN.

    Once the #AntelopeAccess program concludes, a Fair Sale will be launched on the koy.network website. During this Fair Sale, KOYN tokens can be purchased using USDT from the Ethereum blockchain.

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance (decidevoter.app) and Decentralized Cloud Storage (dstor.cloud). Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    KOY Network is a distributed ledger system designed to support smartphone apps serving Africa and its diaspora situated across the globe. Learn more at koy.network.

    GoodBlock Website: https://goodblock.io/
    KOY Network Website: https://koy.network/

    Social Media:
    KOY Network Twitter: @KoyNetwork
    GoodBlock Twitter: @goodblockio
    dStor® Twitter: @dStor_cloud
    decide® Voter App Twitter: @decide_Voter

    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/goodblock
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

  • Solving Real-World Financial Problems with On-Chain Economic Innovations

    Solving Real-World Financial Problems with On-Chain Economic Innovations

    Disclaimer: This article does not constitute financial or legal advice.

    With the launch of KOY Network underway and GoodBlock as a key technical partner in that initiative, we’re excited to be rolling out a series of articles going into the details of how GoodBlock is driving innovation on KOY. In case you missed it, be sure to check out last week’s article where we give a high-level overview of KOY Network and the significance of the partnership with GoodBlock.

    In this article, we’ll be diving deeper into the tokenomics that GoodBlock CEO, Douglas Horn, helped conceptualize and how these design choices are positioning the KOY Network to fill an important gap, not only in Web3 economic systems but more importantly, real-world financial markets. Keep reading to learn more about KOYN, the network’s native token and the unique utility that allows the ecosystem to facilitate multicurrency exchange without the liquidity inefficiencies of traditional DeFi exchange systems. We’ll also be diving into how the network mitigates asset volatility through unique functions, like a daily exchange rate and the KOYN Buy Back function.

    If you still have questions, be sure to jump down to the bottom of this article for details on our upcoming AMA with KOY Network and GoodBlock.

    KOYN Utility: An Atomic Intermediate Trading Token for Real-World Scale
    The heart of KOY Network’s economic model lies in the KOYN token. Its primary utility is to serve as an asset facilitating the exchange of other tokenized assets, especially stablecoins from various African countries. Due to the private design of the KOY Network, the ecosystems exchange system can carry out unique functions that wouldn’t be possible on other protocols.

    In traditional DeFi, if an ecosystem wanted to create multiple liquidity pools for various trading pairs, there would need to be separate pools for each pair. This creates a big market problem known as trapped liquidity, where one liquidity pool may attract most of an ecosystem’s capital, leaving others to suffer due to a lack of market-making. Since a core mission of KOY Network is to solve financial disparities between various countries across Africa, it was important that the network solve this problem. This is where GoodBlock was able to offer guidance, leveraging years of experience in tokenomic design, and landed on the true utility of KOYN – to serve as an Atomic Intermediate Trading Token between the network’s various financial actors.

    That’s a lot of fancy words, but what does it really mean? Essentially, any time someone wants to trade Token A for Token B, rather than a direct swap, the smart contract first trades Token A for KOYN. Then that KOYN is traded for Token B. All of this happens under the hood, and the end user only sees Token A being traded for Token B. However, since KOYN is acting as an Atomic Intermediary, the capital being allocated to trading pairs is shared, not only between Token A and Token B, but also Token C, Token D, and so on.

    Most interesting is that the only token a user can’t trade for through the network’s primary exchange contract is KOYN itself. There will be other avenues for interested parties to acquire KOYN and stake it to provide liquidity for this function, but within the context of a traditional layperson, they may not even know that KOYN exists. However, they will feel the impact that KOY Network brings to their day-to-day finances. What’s really exciting is that because the network is facilitating exchange between various currencies across Africa, the entire continent could see a massive increase in economic liquidity.

    The utility of KOYN is demonstrated by the fees generated from token exchanges going into the rewards balancer contract, with the goal of sustaining the network. This could be quite a large amount of KOYN when one begins to conceptualize many countries across Africa all using it as a medium of exchange.

    Lowering Volatility Through Daily Exchange Rates & Network Buyback Function
    In countries across Africa, government entities set daily exchange rates for local currencies. The KOY Network will be adhering to these daily exchange rates, in order to ensure easy adoption at a local level. Similarly, there will be a daily exchange rate set for KOYN itself.

    With this in mind, the network will have a fund where anyone who wants to sell KOYN will be able to do so at 5% below the daily rate. KOY Network will buy it and maintain enough reserves to make these purchases.

    Knowing that you can always sell KOYN at a given price will help the entire KOY economy run smoother by lowering volatility. It also improves the user experience by ensuring that there is always a market for KOYN to be bought and sold.

    Token Distribution & Staking Rewards

    As with all Web3 projects that GoodBlock takes part in, it’s important that there is an equitable distribution of tokens from the start. KOY Network is no different, and the 1 billion KOYN tokens are planned to be distributed as follows:

    • 100 Million for Founders, Advisors & Partners: To those who have been helping to launch KOY Network – vested over a 4-year timeline.
    • 50 Million for Presale: Initial token presale.
    • 350 Million for IEO: Initial Exchange Offering for public purchase.
    • 150 Million for Ongoing Auctions: Distributed through transparent monthly auctions as part of the network’s tokenomic design.
    • 350 Million for Staking Rewards: To be distributed to those who hold and stake KOYN for a set period of time.

    The staking rewards are a particularly notable part of the KOY Network’s tokenomics; users will be able to stake their tokens into various pools with increased rewards the longer they stake. The staking rewards system gamefies the network’s liquidity creation over a long timeline, allowing applications to easily project the network’s economic viability.
    Learn More about KOYN Tokenomics at our Upcoming Event
    We hope you’re just as excited as us for the launch of KOY Network and its potential to revolutionize financial markets. If you’d like to learn more about KOY, head over to koy.network or check out our recent event with the KOY Network team.

    We’ll also be hosting another event on October 13 at 16:00 UTC, so be sure to follow us on Twitter to stay in the loop on updates and other news.

    For details on acquiring KOYN Tokens, check out the KOYN Fair Sale:

    The KOY team is currently conducting a token presale to give community members and those in the Antelope ecosystem an opportunity to acquire KOYN tokens at an attractive rate.

    To further honor their roots in the Antelope ecosystem, they’ve initiated the #AntelopeAccess program. Through this program, individuals can join the KOY Telegram channel and exchange their Antelope-based tokens for KOYN.

    Once the #AntelopeAccess program concludes, a Fair Sale will be launched on the koy.network website. During this Fair Sale, KOYN tokens can be purchased using USDT from the Ethereum blockchain.

     

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance (decidevoter.app) and Decentralized Cloud Storage (dstor.cloud). Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    KOY Network is a distributed ledger system designed to support smartphone apps serving Africa and its diaspora situated across the globe. Learn more at koy.network.

    GoodBlock Website: https://goodblock.io/
    KOY Network Website: https://koy.network/

    Social Media:
    KOY Network Twitter: @KoyNetwork
    GoodBlock Twitter: @goodblockio
    dStor® Twitter: @dStor_cloud
    decide® Voter App Twitter: @decide_Voter

    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/goodblock
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

    Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as financial or legal advice. Readers should conduct their own research and consult with professionals before making financial decisions. These tokenomics are subject to change based on legal guidelines or requirements.

  • GoodBlock Partners With KOY Network: Bringing Scalable Financial Infrastructure to Africa

    GoodBlock Partners With KOY Network: Bringing Scalable Financial Infrastructure to Africa

    GoodBlock® is excited to announce their partnership in the upcoming launch of the KOY Network. KOY Network is Africa’s super computer, a distributed financial infrastructure, powering trade through payments, logic and other digital services. GoodBlock’s CEO, Douglas Horn, will be working in the role of CTO for the network, with GoodBlock offering technical support as the network evolves.

    It’s an extremely exciting time for the KOY Network, with the Antelope Access program open for the foreseeable future. To celebrate this epic milestone for the ecosystem, GoodBlock is running a contest on our Twitter! Stick around to the end of this article to find out how you can win part of a 2000 KOYN prize pool!

    Please note that nothing in this article should be construed as financial advice.

    How KOY Network is Revolutionizing Digital Infrastructure in Africa
    The KOY Network is positioning itself to solve some of the biggest financial problems in countries across the continent of Africa. Historically, the continent of Africa has been left behind by traditional banking systems despite the large amount of wealth created in the nation’s natural resources. Instead of the efficient banking system that Western countries are familiar with, the financial system in Africa is made up of a series of fragment monopolies across local jurisdictions, which benefit the companies providing the financial services, rather than the people using those systems. The user experience of these systems are also lacking, relying on old cellular networks, dated technology and long settlement times.

    KOY Network aims to overcome these challenges, bringing cutting edge financial infrastructure to users across the continent. By operating as a private blockchain protocol, based on the powerful Antelope tech stack, KOY Network will allow local financial service providers to build financial applications on top of it, which abide with varying local jurisdictions. The network will then tie together numerous local economies across the nation in ways that have never before been possible. With the continent of Africa being home to the youngest population worldwide, KOY Network aims to capitalize on the opportunity to introduce leading financial services to young people across the nation.

    “Africa is absolutely ready for the leap forward into Web3 commerce,” said Betty Waitherero, founder of GreenTrace.io. “Being the first chain built specifically for the African continent, I am hoping to see businesses that are built by African developers that specifically meet African needs and can work in our emerging economies. I see Koy Network providing the tooling and infrastructure to bring communication, financial technology and online economies to life for African people.”

    How GoodBlock Designed the World’s Fastest Blockchain on KOY Network
    GoodBlock is excited to be a part of the KOY Network launch team with GoodBlock’s CEO, Douglas Horn working in the position of the network’s CTO. With a strong background in both technical infrastructure and Web3 development, as well as a notable involvement in the launch of several groundbreaking blockchain projects, GoodBlock is well positioned to ensure that KOY Network emerges as a leading example of what is possible when cutting edge technology is combined with impactful real world use cases.

    “Over the past 5 years, I was working on Telos, and we made a lot of functional economic innovations there. But those were solving the problems of 5 years ago,” noted GoodBlock CEO, Douglas Horn. “The problems of today are much different, and being able to use what I’ve learned over the past 5 years is an exciting opportunity. KOY Network is a really cool economic tool that allows us to solve a lot of new problems that would not be possible in any other system.”

    A key part of GoodBlock’s role has been designing the technical infrastructure the KOY Network will run on. Of all Block Producers across the entire Antelope ecosystem, GoodBlock has the fastest validator available. This was achieved through a combination of leading hardware components and innovative software refinements.

    On KOY Network, the GoodBlock team is able to take things to the next level, thanks to its private design. With public Antelope blockchains, throughput needs to be optimized to accommodate the speeds of the slowest node on the network. This puts a significant ceiling on the network’s ability to scale effectively. Because KOY Network is a private network, all nodes can be optimized to the maximum specifications for effective throughput.

    The GoodBlock team plans to implement similar design choices to their public Antelope node across all private nodes on KOY. With this in mind, the team estimates that the KOY Network will be up to 4x faster than any other Antelope network. The team will also have the ability to prove this through dedicated mainnet tests as opposed to the testnet tests that other networks utilize. Additionally, this will be showcased with sustained speeds. The goal of all of this is to achieve the accolade of world’s fastest blockchain.

    The Unique Economic Advantages of KOYN Utility
    GoodBlock has also been heavily supporting the network through tokenomic design for its native token, KOYN. Under Horn’s leadership, the team has developed a series of notable economic improvements that will set the network apart from other economic systems, both in Web3 and traditional finance.

    Perhaps the most notable design choice when compared to other Antelope chains is that KOYN is not an inflationary token. There is 1 Billion KOYN in existence and there will always be only 1 Billion KOYN. A key reason this is possible is because, unlike most other networks, KOYN is not utilized as payment for network validators. Instead, service providers will pay KOYN Network outside the system for the network resources. This allows the value of KOYN to be dictated strictly by its unique utility and not as a means to pay infrastructure providers.

    The utility of KOYN is quite unique in that it acts as an atomic intermediate trading token for value exchange between local currencies in Africa. Again, thanks to the network’s private design, the economic system is able to achieve new functions that are not possible on public blockchains, with transaction rewards being returned to token holders through staking rewards. Also unique to KOYN is a fund where, every day, KOY Network sets a daily price for KOYN, based on government exchange rates in local jurisdictions across Africa. This fund will then be available to buy back KOYN at 5% below the daily exchange rate. This is part of an automatic fund that will grow overtime in order to maintain reserves for this function. This greatly reduces the volatility of KOYN, making it even more effective from a utility standpoint. Between the lack of an inflationary mechanism, the ability to sell KOYN back to the network at any time, and an attractive staking rewards program, GoodBlock designed KOYN to stand out when compared to other network tokens.

    KOYN Token Fair Sale
    We’ve had many people in our community and the Antelope ecosystem asking how they can acquire the KOYN token that powers the network. The KOY team is currently running a token presale to allow those interested to access the token at a competitive rate.

    In order to honor the founders roots in the Antelope ecosystem, the team is running #AntelopeAccess, a program where people can join the KOY Telegram channel and swap their Antelope based tokens for KOYN. Once that program ends, a token sale – called Fair Sale – will be opened up from the KOY Network website, which will take USDT from the Ethereum blockchain.

    Join the #KOYNLaunchParty for a Chance to Win 200 KOYN!
    To celebrate the launch of KOYN and GoodBlock’s involvement in the upcoming launch of the network, we are running a contest for our community! We will be giving away 10 prizes of 200 KOYN.

    Here’s what you need to do to enter for a chance to win:

    • Go to koy.network and learn all about what makes KOY so unique.
    • Head to our X Profile and find our pinned Tweet: https://twitter.com/GoodBlockio/status/1706794428139032703
    • Like the Tweet.
    • Comment on the Tweet and Tag 3 Friends.
    • Quote Tweet the Tweet, and write what you love about KOY Network with the hashtag #KOYNLaunchParty.

    Each action will grant you one additional entry in the contest, which will run from September 26 to October 3 at 4:00pm UTC, and winners will be announced on October 6.

    The #KOYNLaunchParty is Just Getting Started!
    We hope our community is just as excited as we are for this new milestone in Antelope innovation. GoodBlock is grateful to be a part of such an epic project alongside a talented community of builders. Stay tuned for more articles soon where we’ll be diving into both the economic design and technical advantages of the KOY Network, as well as the massive impact it will have on the continent of Africa.

    Don’t forget to take part in the #KOYLaunchParty contest for a chance to win 200 KOYN. If you don’t win, those interested will still be able to acquire KOYN through the KOYN presale which is coming soon.

    Be sure to follow GoodBlock on Twitter to stay in the loop on all the latest news from KOY Network, dStor, decide and more.

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance (decidevoter.app) and Decentralized Cloud Storage (dstor.cloud). Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    KOY Network is a distributed ledger system designed to support smartphone apps serving Africa and its diaspora situated across the globe. Learn more at koy.network.

    GoodBlock Website: https://goodblock.io/
    KOY Network Website: https://koy.network/

    GoodBlock Social Media:
    GoodBlock Twitter: @goodblockio
    dStor Twitter: @dStor_cloud
    decide® Voter App Twitter: @decide_Voter

    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/goodblock
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

    KOY Network Twitter: @KoyNetwork

     Disclaimer:
    The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as financial or legal advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects involves risks, and readers are encouraged to conduct their research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions. GoodBlock and KOY Network do not endorse or provide investment recommendations for any specific cryptocurrency or token.

     

  • Revolutionizing Cloud Storage: Introducing dStor® Open Beta

    Revolutionizing Cloud Storage: Introducing dStor® Open Beta

    Revolutionizing Cloud Storage: Introducing dStor® Open Beta

    GoodBlock® Technologies Inc., a developer of innovative Web3 projects, announces upcoming dStor® open beta launch, revolutionizing cloud storage solutions.

    GoodBlock is thrilled to unveil the upcoming dStor open beta launch, set to redefine the landscape of cloud storage solutions. After a successful closed beta phase catering to select projects, dStor is preparing to empower a wider range of customers. The open beta phase will allow anyone direct access to dStor’s innovative decentralized storage platform to any user, without the need for approval.

    The closed beta phase allowed pioneering projects to harness the potential of dStor’s groundbreaking decentralized storage solution. With the introduction of the dStor open beta, customers will have the exciting opportunity to independently sign up and utilize the platform, unleashing the true power of this cutting-edge technology.

    Traditional cloud storage solutions have long been plagued by issues such as high costs, data loss risks, provider outages, and potential censorship. dStor addresses these concerns head-on by combining the scalability of centralized storage with the resilience of decentralized alternatives. The result is a unique and transformative platform that promises enhanced security, speed, and convenience.

    “For a long time, cloud storage had limited options. Users could purchase storage from big providers that are part of a broken system or utilize a decentralized storage solution that is difficult to adopt,” noted GoodBlock CEO, Douglas Horn. “dStor represents the first time that user-friendly, business facing decentralized storage has been made accessible in a way that fits the needs of Web3 and the decentralized internet.”

    Key Features of dStor Open Beta:

    • Enhanced Geographic Diversity: dStor stores data instances across diverse locations, ensuring data integrity and minimizing the risk of file loss.
    • Seamless and Affordable Pricing: Simple and transparent pricing options cater to both small and large applications, making dStor a versatile choice.
    • Node Operator Opportunities: Individuals interested in becoming dStor node operators can earn revenue by providing infrastructure and benefit from a share in 50% of the platform’s total revenue. Click here to learn more.
    • Performance Incentives: Storage node operators are rewarded for optimal performance, fostering a constantly improving system that scales with demand.
    • Versatile Payment Options: dStor offers customers the convenience of paying in both traditional currencies and cryptocurrencies, eliminating the need for specialized tokens.

    dStor is primed to transform various industries, with priority business verticals including Media and Entertainment, Real Estate and Insurance, Government and Public Sector, IT and Tech, and Healthcare and Life Sciences. As the cloud storage market evolves, dStor is positioned to cater to the growing demand within the small and medium-sized enterprise segment.

    The upcoming dStor Open Beta launch marks the dawn of a new era in cloud storage solutions. Following the Open Beta phase, the general release of the dStor platform is anticipated to follow.

    For media inquiries, please contact:

    Sean Anderson
    sean@goodblock.io

     

    About GoodBlock Technologies Inc.:
    GoodBlock is an innovation lab with an overarching passion for sustainability, along with deep ties in the Web3 ecosystem. dStor is a groundbreaking product poised to revolutionize the storage industry, offering businesses a decentralized solution that provides the scalability, speed, uptime, and security of our competitors.

    GoodBlock Website: https://goodblock.io/
    dStor Website: https://dstor.cloud/

    Social Media:
    Twitter: @goodblockio
    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/goodblock
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

  • Truuli and GoodBlock Announce Partnership

    Truuli™ and GoodBlock® Partnership Brings Carbon Neutrality in Cloud Computing and Storage

    GoodBlock® Technologies Inc, a trailblazer in cloud computing and blockchain solutions, has executed a deal to collaborate with Truuli Environmental Inc, a distinguished leader in integrated enterprise decarbonization, which marks a significant step towards establishing a pioneering carbon-neutral cloud computing solution that combines cutting-edge technology and sustainable practices certified by leading carbon offset registries.

    By partnering with Truuli, GoodBlock can help companies comply with expanding government decarbonization requirements and realize income from the incentives of recent US laws including the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law of 2021 and Executive Order 14057, which establish new incentives and mandates intended to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, primarily carbon dioxide, which are the leading cause of global warming. In addition to the US Federal Government, 22 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, have goals to reach 100% clean energy between the years of 2032 and 2050. 

    “Governments are implementing climate change incentives, at last, but without certified service providers across many industries, organizations will struggle to meet those commitments,” said GoodBlock CEO, Douglas Horn. “By leveraging Truuli’s expertise, we will provide the cloud computing services organizations require with the certified decarbonization they need to embrace these regulations and thrive. As one of the pioneering cloud computing providers certified under the UN decarbonization registry process, we are poised to be at the forefront of this industry transformation.”

    According to Fortune Business Insight, the global cloud computing market is projected to grow beyond $677 Billion by the end 2023. Experts are predicting that the growth rate will continue to rise, exceeding $2 Trillion by 2030. GoodBlock recognizes a significant opportunity to help organizations reach compliance with these new government-mandated decarbonization goals. GoodBlock is on track to be the first company in the United States to offer a UN Carbon Registry-certified decarbonized cloud computing solution.

    Truuli works with businesses to calculate their carbon footprints and financial impacts and develop custom emissions reduction plans to lower its impact and earn carbon credits. Truuli helps monetize those credits in the marketplace to maintain the business’ decarbonization plan. Truuli clients can realize cost savings, reduced environmental impact, regulation incentives income and increased consumer demand.

    GoodBlock’s mission is to build new technological systems that empower new solutions to previously intractable problems, including climate change. This partnership is an embodiment of that vision. GoodBlock’s certified decarbonized cloud computing offering will provide businesses with seamless access to cloud storage and computing resources previously only available through uncertified providers. The new offering builds on GoodBlock’s extensive experience in computer networks, including the development of the dStor® decentralized cloud storage, currently in beta release.

    Truuli drives carbon neutrality across diverse sectors, to include energy, manufacturing, agriculture and food, construction, and beyond. With this partnership, Truuli will be able to present a new class of certified decarbonized cloud computing services to its customers to help them reach their own decarbonization goals. Computing is a critical function of most industries and can represent significant energy utilization that was previously difficult to address in a certified manner.

    “Decarbonization and carbon neutrality are more than just industry buzzwords. They represent a company’s commitment to addressing global challenges and building a sustainable future. At Truuli, we are excited to partner with GoodBlock in their journey towards carbon neutrality, leading to innovative, advanced, eco-friendly product options for their customers,” says Livio Stan, CEO of Truuli.

    This collaborative effort between GoodBlock and Truuli reflects a shared commitment to harnessing the potential of technology for the betterment of the planet. By uniting forces, both companies are poised to set a precedent for sustainable practices within the tech industry.

    For media inquiries, please contact:

     Sean Anderson

    Head of Growth at GoodBlock

    sean@goodblock.io

     About GoodBlock Technologies Inc.:

    GoodBlock Technologies Inc. is a pioneering company at the intersection of blockchain and cloud computing. The company is dedicated to providing innovative solutions that empower individuals and businesses to leverage advanced technology for positive global impact. With a mission to promote sustainability and foster decentralized empowerment, GoodBlock is at the forefront of shaping the digital landscape for the betterment of society.

    GoodBlock Resources and Social Media:

    Website: https://goodblock.io/
    Twitter: @goodblockio
    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

     About Truuli Environmental Inc.:

    Truuli Environmental Inc. is a visionary leader in integrated enterprise decarbonization. The company specializes in quantifying carbon footprints, devising custom emissions reduction strategies, and guiding businesses towards carbon neutrality. Truuli’s expertise lies in its ability to convert sustainable practices into tangible results, enabling companies to navigate the path towards a more eco-conscious future.

     Truuli Website: https://www.truuli.com/

  • AWS Outage Causes Huge Revenue Loss

    AWS Outage Causes Huge Revenue Loss

    On Tuesday, June 13th, Joshua St. James, co-owner and chef at Valiant the Sandwich in Salem, Oregon received some terrible news on his day off. His leads informed him that their online system wasn’t working, and they were having all kinds of problems. Little did they know, Amazon Web Services had crashed, and they were among thousands who were impacted. The outage lasted several hours.

    Valiant the Sandwich opened in May 2020, “in the middle of a freaking pandemic,” as St. James puts it. The restaurant features gourmet sandwiches, a rotating menu, and a full bar. Early in the pandemic, St. James worked 14-hour days, prepped and cooked the food himself, while manning the counter. They’ve been popular since the beginning, and online orders have always been a major part of their business. Due to the centralized nature of Amazon Web Services and the vast number of entities that rely on them, an outage from the central hub can have wide sweeping impacts.

    “I didn’t know it was an AWS issue,” St. James said. The outage took place right in the middle of lunch time at the local sandwich shop. On the weekend, most orders are in-house, but in the middle of the week about 50% of their lunch orders are online — and they weren’t coming in. Valiant’s website is hosted by Toast, a point of sale (POS) service which is running on AWS.

    When St. James looked online, he wasn’t able to place an order. He explained, “Online orders at lunch on a Tuesday are crucial. Half of the orders at the particular time of day are online orders, so the revenue loss is significant. It created a massive issue for that particular day.”

    He also could not get in to ensure the third party orders, like DoorDash, GrubHub and UberEats, were coming through. “When I called the service desk at Toast, they couldn’t even look at my account. They had no idea what was happening. They couldn’t see anything on my end or do anything for anybody,” St. James reported. Wondering if others were suffering the same, St. James contacted a few other colleagues around town who also used Toast, and they were all having the same trouble.

    “For us on the west coast in the middle of lunch time… there’s thousands and thousands of restaurants that use this service.” (62,000 in the US, as of March 2022.) Even if places had a 10% reduction, as opposed to a 50% reduction [in revenue], that’s a massive amount of loss,” he said.

    Restaurants often have pretty slim margins as it is. “They have staffing they have to pay for, and they need every one of those sales. Especially restaurants like ours — we never had a lot of money behind us, and that rolls into payroll….Even $500 makes a difference in a restaurant like ours,” St. James disclosed. The restaurant’s payroll was due to come out that week, as well, adding additional stress.

    Toast has redundancies built in for outages, which is great for online orders, but St. James couldn’t even get into the backend to assess or make a plan. He never expected he would have to worry about this kind of downtime. “Those of us that have been doing this for a while oftentimes fix things with the tools that we have, but that eliminated any other tools that we had,” he said.

    When asked about choosing a different provider, he said there are no options. “It’s pretty much the industry standard — that particular company, they’re some of the best,” he said. There are other POS processing companies, such as Square, but like Toast, they are attached to AWS. “For them it’s a bigger issue because they’re the ones that really don’t have any options, but that, in turn, hinders what kind of protection they can offer,” St. James concluded.

    Compared to large corporate entities, the implications of this sort of disruption are incredibly significant for small businesses. Those are the risks businesses are currently accepting when depending so heavily on a single tech giant. Which is why many are currently seeking decentralized alternatives in the world of Web 3, such as solutions integrating blockchains in the Antelope Coalition, which boast greater security, privacy and control of data.

    Antelope coalition chains, Telos, the UX Network, WAX and EOS all have documented TPS (transaction per second) speeds ranging from a minimum of 4000 TPS to over 30,000 TPS. In addition, the Antelope Coalition has the benefit of Trustless IBC (inter-blockchain communication) which can provide unlimited TPS and scalable solutions via horizontal scaling. These are the numbers needed for a POS system to work effectively in the real world. With Trustless IBC, app developers are now building high-performance solutions in the Antelope Coalition.

    Because of the fundamental technological nature of Web3, the Amazon crash that negatively impacted so many businesses like Valiant the Sandwich on June 13th, will become a thing of the past for businesses utilizing apps built with technology similar to what is being built by developers in the Antelope Coalition.

     

     

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance (decidevoter.app) and Decentralized Cloud Storage (dstor.cloud). Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    Telos is a cost-effective, energy efficient, fast, and scalable DPoS blockchain that has been operational for over 2 years. The Telos blockchain has leading on-chain governance (Telos Decide), and is built and developed by a core development team using the EOSIO codebase.

    GoodBlock Resources and Social Media:

    Website: https://goodblock.io/
    Twitter: @goodblockio
    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

     

  • GB’s Magical Guide to Being Awesome at Being a BP! Testnet

    Hello, GoodBlock Systems Administrator Nathaniel here. This article is part of a series that serves as a distillation of all the knowledge I have gained as a Block Producer on the Telos Blockchain Network. 

    In this part, we’re going to set up a testnet node! These are my recommendations for setting up a node in a professional manner for a general block producing usage case. You also learn more about being a block producer from later articles or somewhere else and you may find more specifics than what I detail here which fits your needs. Feel free to deviate to your own needs.

    Before installing any software, we need to make sure you’ve got the hardware:

    First, you’ll need a server focused on single-thread CPU usage. Nodeos is the program central to running on Antelope blockchains. The nodeos program is single-threaded and does not use GPU to calculate the block hashes which is standard in Proof-of-Stake blockchains.
    The server will need to run debian-based Linux, so Ubuntu LTS, CentOS, Amazon Linux, or MacOS. In my experience, running in a VMware environment slows block production by as much as 25%; and running dockerized is another 10% performance hit. Therefore, nodeos is best installed without a hypervisor. I personally am running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS as my operating system. All are fine to use while not producing.

    Next, Logical drives should have around 1TB SSD array or drive for the OS.And then use a second array for block storage to separate disk usage. Splitting the arrays will increase disk access speeds. SATA drives are fine types of drives, SSDs are better, NVMe is cutting edge. Speeds on NVMe drives can reach an interface rate of 32 Gb/s with a throughput of 3.9 GB/s. That’s blazing fast. Whichever drive type you choose, you’ll want 12 TB storage space for the entire chain. But you can have less, down to 4TB, if you don’t intend on keeping the entire chain on your drive array; which is useful for history nodes.

    RAM is very important to nodeos. You will need at least 12GB to get started. But go big here. In a future article, we will talk about selling RAM for TLOS. As much as you can get. ECC RAM slows down production by 2%, but also prevents random crashes that non-ECC RAM may cause to nodeos when the RAM access-errors. It’s up to you which you want to use. You can always disable ECC RAM in the BIOS but you can’t enable ECC on non-ECC RAM. Just something to consider when choosing your RAM.

    Graphics cards are not needed by Telos (and Antelope blockchains) and you can just use an onboard card.

    Once your OS is installed, you’ll want to create a user like ‘telos’ and mount the second disk as /telos owned by the telos user.

    Next, get Leap. For Telos, the Antelope’s Leap repository has the tools you need to run a node. You can find the github for Leap here. Once installed, make sure the commands nodeos and cleos and keosd are accessible by typing their names into the prompt.
    $ wget https://github.com/AntelopeIO/leap/releases/download/v3.1.2/leap-3.1.2-ubuntu20.04-x86_64.deb

    $ sudo dpkg -i leap-3.1.2-ubuntu20.04-x86_64.deb

     The install created several folders in your user’s home directory. Move the contents of the testnet folder into the /telos folder. Make sure to edit start.sh which is in your home directory and change the paths to:  –data-dir /telos/data –config-dir /telos/config 

    If there isn’t a start.sh, make a new start.sh and paste in:

    nodeos –data-dir /telos/data –config-dir /telos/config >> nodeos.log 2>&1 &

    Then, ‘chmod start.sh 755’ to give it execute privileges.

    Next, move it to the /telos directory. 

    After that, we’ll want to visit the config.ini file to add peers. Testnet peers can be found in a variety of places on the Telosnetwork repo, at EosNation’s validator, or generate a live list here at Telos UK. Peering is good for the chain and ultimately block production times. One small task regarding peers, it is good to check in on the nodeos.log occasionally and see if there are connection issues which might mean missing peers. Remove them from your config when you notice them failing.This will help nodeos not wait on peers that won’t ever connect. Peers will be added as a p2p-peer-address at the end of the config.ini. 

    Once you have peers, you can launch start.sh and the start script will start outputting logs to the screen. If you ctrl+c here it will not kill the nodeos process, only the logging to the screen. You can also tail -f nodeos.log that was created in your home directory when you launched start.sh. 

    Without a snapshot or genesis block, nodeos won’t be able to run. 

    TelosCentral has a great repository for snapshots which walks you through how to modify your start.sh for the snapshot. Put the snapshot in /telos/snapshots. Extract it with tar -zvf, and copy the .bin file that you created. Modify start.sh to have two new options: –delete-all-blocks –snapshot ~/path/to/snapshot/snapshot_file.bin

    Make sure to remove these after running, as it –delete-all-blocks will delete everything you’ve downloaded from the chain every time it is run as an option. 

    Nodeos should begin to request the first blocks from any peers and your node should be running for the first time! If you type http://[yourserverIP]:80/v1/chain/get_info into a browser, you should be able to see the status of your node and the blockchain. 

    In the next BP Magical Guide, we’ll talk about snapshots and the features of nodeos and config.ini; but for now, you have a test node that isn’t producing blocks just yet, but is collecting old blocks! 

    I heavily relied on these resources to get my BP installed and to write this article. Without them, it would have been much more difficult to make my first node. Have a look at them yourself.
    Telos Node Template
    Telos Docs – Setting up a Telos Validator Node

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance (decidevoter.app) and Decentralized Cloud Storage (dstor.cloud). Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    Telos is a cost-effective, energy efficient, fast, and scalable DPoS blockchain that has been operational for over 2 years. The Telos blockchain has leading on-chain governance (Telos Decide), and is built and developed by a core development team using the EOSIO codebase.

    GoodBlock Resources and Social Media:

    Website: https://goodblock.io/
    Twitter: @goodblockio
    Medium: https://medium.com/goodblock-io
    Telegram: t.me/goodblocktls

  • Green Earth Agro with Rush Bardolia

    Green Earth Agro with Rush Bardolia

    A chance meeting in Davos brought GreenEarth Agro’s founder Rushank Bardolia to Telos – now he’s hoping to provide jobs and sustainable crops in Ghana. From getting past the first-mile problem to how palm oil farming can be sustainable, dive into the latest episode of Around the Block with GoodBlock to learn more!

    LINKS:
    Follow GreenEarth Agro on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreenEarthProj 
    Follow Rushank on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rushankb 
    Join the GreenEarth Agro Telegram: https://t.co/n0TeU14eyV 
    Check out the GreenEarth Agro website: https://www.gearthagro.com/ 
    Read the GreenEarth Agro proposal on Telos Works TG
    Watch Rush on TedX: https://youtu.be/8hnBPFQy1-c

    BS of the Week:
    Solana Downtime

    Coinbase

    Celsius

    Special thanks to the team at Corduroy Earth for producing this video, vote for their BP, TelosCulture on the Telos Network!

    GoodBlock is hiring! Check out open positions at goodblock.io/careers

    GoodBlock Technologies is an app developer and Block Producer candidate on the Telos Blockchain Network, with a focus on 2 of the pillars of Web3.0; Governance  and Decentralized Cloud Storage. Vote for goodblocktls, and learn more at goodblock.io.

    Telos is a cost-effective, energy efficient, fast, and scalable DPoS blockchain that has been operational for over 2 years. The Telos blockchain has leading on-chain governance (Telos Decide), and is built and developed by a core development team using the Antelope codebase.

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