It's Friday again, which means it's time for another weekly wrap-up let’s take a look back at what happened over the last seven days.
Happy Bitcoin Pizza Day!
Today exactly 10 years ago Laszlo Hanyecz ordered two pizzas for 10,000 BTC. The value at that time was around 40 dollars. Today the coins would be worth 90 million dollars. So if he had kept the Bitcoin to this day, he would be $90 million richer.
To honor the 10th anniversary of the Bitcoin Pizza Day we are launching a micro bounty campaign.
All you need to do to win your 15 KMD is tweet out a pic of your pizza (a slice or a whole pie— both work!) with an AtomicDEX logo visible in the photo. It can be your phone with the AtomicDEX app open, a screen with the AtomicDEX homepage open, or anything else that clearly shows the AtomicDEX logo.
Get creative! The 3 coolest photos, as judged by the Komodo team, will get a small bonus in KMD.
You must also tag @AtomicDEX twitter account in your tweet.
The first 50 participants will each win 15 KMD! After that, no prizes will be awarded, so grab a pizza and post your tweet as soon as possible.
Komodo’s fourth annual Notary Node Election came to an end on May 4, 2020, and the Komodo team would like to congratulate and welcome all of the operators who won a seat in the Notary Node network.
To officially bring these new Notary Node operators into the network, an upgrade to the Komodo daemon to version 0.6.0 will be activated on June 14, 2020 at block height 1,922,000. The upgrade is mandatory for all miners, exchanges, wallet providers, and other individuals running a full node. Please be sure to update prior to June 14.
Read more here.
The AtomicDEX-PRO alpha continues and the Komodo developers have released version 0.1.3. The new version contains a lot of features and fixes.
We call our community to test the new version and give us feedback.
Read more here.
Summary of active devs on the Komodo codebase:
In last 7 days - 31
In last 1 month - 39
In last 3 months - 64
In last 6 month - 77
In last 1 year - 100
PirateChain Mobile Wallet
The sailors at the PirateChain have released a new video showcasing its Z-Z Mobile wallet.
Komodo continued with its Blockchain Fundamentals content series this week with one new interconnected article.
The article is about Cryptographic Hash Functions. While the term itself may seem intimidating, cryptographic hash functions are relatively easy to understand. In this article, you'll learn exactly how a cryptographic hash function works.
Thanks for reading. Stay safe, stay healthy.