Komodo [KMD] New Partnership Revealed & MONEY2020 SUMMARY
one month ago we attended the biggest FinTech event in Europe, the
Money2020. During which time we made partnerships, and in this edition,
we will reveal what happened. See the video below to listen to our
thoughts after the conference.
Summary of Money2020Europe FinTech Event
is more progress than meets the eye and our team has made
accomplishments on many fronts. We approached a broad spectrum of people
and businesses with the purpose of promoting our platform. These
parties were interested in Komodo Platform and SuperNET because it is an
open source blockchain project. It is easy for them to utilize our
infrastructure and build their real world applications.
As an example, one of our contacts will
utilize Komodo's key/value storage technology. Our solution allows them
to store data on Komodo's blockchain which is secured by Bitcoin’s
hashrate. They also have the option to launch an “assetchain”
(independent blockchain) using Komodo Platform.
With the contacts forged during the conference, we now have the ability
to exchange knowledge, share our vision, and plan for future
collaborations or use cases. Below are some of the highlights and
PAYMENT GATEWAY INTEGRATIONS
of the SuperNET’s goals is to facilitate Fiat to Crypto exchanges, and
thus, the successful attendance to the Money2020 expo was a significant
milestone. It allowed the team to establish relationships and showcase
our technology. One of which are the Komodo Currencies (fiat-pegged
When the BarterDEX is ready for public use, the tech will become
available. To make the fiat pegged currencies usable, we need to find a
way to integrate them into the established banking infrastructure.
As an open source project, the SuperNET will not deal with regulation
and KYC/AML policies; thus we will not be interacting directly with fiat
currency gateways. However, third parties are encouraged to build on
top of Komodo Platform’s global API. In other words, our project will
remain open source while providing fiat based services to our users
without compromising decentralization.
Here's the bottom line: for crypto to succeed there must be sufficient
bridges between the old and the new financial infrastructure. That is
why third party platforms and integrations are important as we move
Copenhagen, we met an e-banking platform for small businesses and
freelancers with a mission to empower entrepreneurs. They love
technology, the blockchain, and innovation, just as we do, and so we
immediately recognized the benefits we could provide to each other.
A few days ago we flew to Paris to meet their team. We ate excellent
food, talked a lot, and even paid little ping pong. Monaize is an
e-banking platform and is registered as a financial service provider in
France. Their team is just as dedicated, and we are impressed by what
they have achieved.
We are now working out different ways to collaborate to build a modern financial infrastructure. Both teams see the inefficiency in banking and are actively developing innovations. The potential is endless.
Our team is very excited about this partnership, and its possibilities. Expect more news later.
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This release includes bug fixes and usability improvements.
Summary of the changes included in this release:
We fixed a 401 Unauthorized bug encountered when using some JSON-RPC libraries. (#2529)We changed z_sendmany to fail with an error if the user sets minconf=0 when sending from z-addresses. (#2525, #2526)We extended the listunspent RPC method to specify
whether outputs were from a coinbase transaction, to help users identify
t-addresses that need to have their contents shielded. (#2522)We added a block download progress indicator to the metrics UI. (#2484)We removed UPnP support (which was already off by default) for security reasons. (#2504)
For a more complete list of changes, see our 1.0.11 milestone.