Welcome to the Blockmason Weekly Update!
Hello, Blockmason community! Another week is upon us, which means it’s time for another Weekly Update.
In this edition of the Weekly Update, the new design for the Blockmason website and more.
Are you ready? Let’s get started!
Website Update: New design for Blockmason.io
If you’re a member of our Telegram community, or if you’re paying close attention, you may be aware that we’ve been hard at work on a new website.
We’re excited to announce that the new Blockmason website is live. You can visit it today at https://blockmason.io.
Along with a fresh, modernized look, we’re now able to support visitors who speak languages other than English. To begin, the new website will also be offered in Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Other languages will be added in the coming weeks.
Let’s take a quick look at some of the new features, starting with the redesign of the homepage.
The homepage now features four main sections, with one for each of our core products: the Credit Protocol, Lndr, and Link, as well as one for our company news.
You can find an overview of our first product, the Credit Protocol, which provides a standardized, secure and reliable means for recording and permanently storing mutually-confirmed debt or credit obligations on the blockchain.
Lndr, the first decentralized mobile app powered by the Credit Protocol, leverages the blockchain to allow friends and family to quickly record and settle casual debts and IOUs in dozens of currencies.
And our latest project, Link, which will forever change the way developers and users interact with programmatic blockchains and the applications that use them.
We also have a new page dedicated to the Credit Protocol, which offers an overview of how it works. For those looking for a bit more detail, this is also where you’ll find the Credit Protocol whitepaper.
As part of the Credit Protocol page, we highlight how we provide guidance, development support and cooperative marketing to companies and developers building decentralized applications involving the recording of financial obligations on the blockchain.
We also provide ways for developers to contact us and learn how the Credit Protocol can accelerate decentralized app development and provide a better experience for their users.
Lndr has a new dedicated page, where we share the core features and links to download the app for iOS and Android.
From the new Blockmason website, you will also be able to access information on our latest product: Blockmason Link. Link creates classic, conventional web-based APIs for any smart contract written on a programmatic blockchain. Check out more details about Blockmason Link at https://blockmason.link, or read the whitepaper here.
Finally, we also have a new home for our blog posts and Weekly Updates. You can find our new blog page here. Our English blog has been localized in Japanese and Korean, with Chinese to follow shortly.
We are happy to now share the completed design with our community. We have been thoroughly testing for bugs, but would love to hear your feedback if you run into any yourself. Let us know here.
Lndr is our peer-to-peer bill-splitting and expense-sharing mobile app for iOS and Android. It uses the Credit Protocol and the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts and IOUs between friends. Essentially, “Venmo of the blockchain.”
Lndr supports dozens of currencies and allows users to settle debts in Ether (ETH), BNB, DAI stablecoin, as well as fiat currency.
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