On November 28th, the Brazilian congress finished the approval of the bill that regulates the Crypto market. The bill, authored by deputy Aureo Ribeiro, was voted on by the Senate in April and locked in the Chamber of Deputies since then. The chamber parties approved the Project of Law by
11 Dec 2019. Decred Developer, Matheus Degiovani, joins the Assembly to talk Lightning Network (LN), the current state of LN on Decred, future work, and answer crowd-sourced questions. Topics also include testing, UX, BTC/LTC/DCR interoperability, and ticket-splitting. The result of the discussion is a clear picture of how
12 Nov 2019. Dave Collins, dcrd Lead Developer, joins for a Deep Dive covering: * Consensus code: why it's sensitive, Decred's treatment, soft forks vs hard forks * Definitions: Block headers, block filters, SPV * A deep dive into 1.5 rc1 changes, LN & mobile support, inclusion proofs, golomb coded sets * Schnorr signatures,
1 Nov 2019. Decred recently released its initial privacy implementation, based upon CoinShuffle ++. Lead Developer, Josh Rickmar, joins the Assembly to discuss: * Why privacy matters * Tumblebit, timeline, and the process to CoinShuffle ++ * An overview CoinShuffle ++ * A deep look into how it works * Questions & next steps for Decred Privacy Find out
6 Sept 2019. Decred is in the process of becoming a decentralized autonomous organization, ruled by the collective intelligence of its community and their decision-making. Marco Peereboom, New Systems Lead at Decred, discusses his proposal to decentralize the treasury, which would put control of funds in the hands of the
18 Jun 2019. Akin Sawyerr, Africa Lead explains his background in fintech in Africa. * How @chrisburniske introduced him to Decred * The specific appeal of Decred's governance system in African * Decred as SoV & MoE * The remittance opportunity in Africa * The Decred community and events Find out more about Decred: https://decred.
11 Jun 2019. In this segment of Decred Assembly, Dustin interviews Jake Yocom-Piatt, Project Lead & Co-Founder about his recently passed DEX proposal in Politeia. Jake explains why many DEX's already exist, a more permissionless, anti-rent-seeking, and fair version based upon Decred's ethos is needed. Find out more about Decred: https: