Blockmason Weekly Update: 2019-05-16

đź“° 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 latest Link development update is here, and Blockmason’s COO at TF Blockchain event in Vancouver.

Are you ready? Let’s get started!

Link Development Update

It’s mid-May, and our development team has been working hard! We have gotten Link to a general beta / “freemium” release, and are actively making Link better based on community and early user feedback. We continue to push Link towards becoming a core tool for developers working on innovative teams looking to integrate blockchain functionality painlessly.

Let’s take a look at the progress we’ve made over the past week as v1.14.1 of Link goes live.

Over the past couple of weeks, we have been working on a few new features that improve functionality on the back-end including the ability for multiple projects to connect and communicate with each other. A majority of development time was spent upgrading existing infrastructure, and squashing bugs. With these efforts, Link is becoming more robust and the team has been working hard to ensure the Link API back-end is working with the latest software releases.

Some of the updates and fixes in the latest release include:

  • Upgraded to the latest Solidity compiler, v0.5.8.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented users from querying events on a project.
  • Fixed an issue with Link projects that use interfaces to communicate with other smart contracts, which prevented those projects from being saved and deployed.
  • Routine maintenance, including package and tooling upgrades.

Our development team has also been working on creating demo contracts, as well as practical tutorials and examples that help developers get started easily when using Link. You can check out our first tutorial on our website at

Blockmason COO Harish Raisinghani on Panel at TF Blockchain Event in Vancouver, Canada

On May 14th, the Vancouver chapter of TF Blockchain held an event with a panel of speakers including Blockmason’s COO Harish Raisinghani. The conference was focused on blockchain use cases for mass adoption – a perfect fit for our latest product Blockmason Link.

The night went extremely well, as the event was filled with entrepreneurs, executives and developers excited about sharing their vision for the future of blockchain technology while collaborating and sharing the knowledge they have gained while working daily with this cutting edge technology.

TF Blockchain hosts quarterly conferences and monthly collaboration events where top blockchain innovators are invited to share their insights and engage with attendees. You can check out more on TF Blockchain at their website .
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