Blockmason Weekly Update: 2019-05-31

📰 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, Cashierest listing now open for BLINK, Information on the BCPT migration to Binance DEX, and a new tutorial on creating a decentralized owenership app using Link.

Are you ready? Let’s get started!

Blockmason Announces Cashierest Listing Now Open for BLINK, the Link Utility Token

Hello Blockmason Community, we are excited to announce that BLINK, the Link utility token, has been listed on leading exchange Cashierest with trading to open Thursday, May 30th, 2019.

Cashierest, a leading Korean cryptocurrency exchange announced that trading will open for BLINK, the Link utility token starting on Thursday, May 30th, 2019.

“After the successful close of the BLINK coin sale on Cashierest, we are pleased to announce that the listing for BLINK, the Link utility token, will kick off this week,” said Michael Chin, Chief Executive Officer of Blockmason. “It’s another great opportunity for our growing community of software developers and startups in Korea to have access to BLINK.”

You can check out if you want to get your hands on some BLINK today!

Blockmason and Binance Announce BCPT is now available on the Binance Decentralized Exchange

In partnership with Binance, Blockmason is excited to announce that BCPT has now launched on Binance Chain, a blockchain software system developed by Binance and the community, and the forthcoming Binance Decentralized Exchange (DEX). Binance DEX is the decentralized exchange feature developed on top of the Binance Chain blockchain, offering low latency and high throughput with one-second block times and one-second confirmation finality.

Now that BCPT is available on Binance DEX, we can ensure that DApp developers and others who build future Credit Protocol-powered DApps that interact with Binance Chain will be able to obtain BCPT for their needs.

This also means that the migration of Binance held BCPT from ERC20 to BEP2 has completed. Binance users will now be able to withdraw BCPT to BEP2-compatible wallets. Note that ERC20 BCPT held in private wallets or on other exchanges will not be impacted.

You can check out Binance DEX at

Create a Decentralized Ownership App Using Blockmason Link

We have been working on putting together a series of tutorials for newcomers to Blockmason Link, and we are excited to share our latest tutorial today.

Link allows developers to use smart contracts and the power of blockchain in their web or mobile applications with very little to no prior blockchain experience. Link creates classic, conventional, web-based APIs for any smart contract written on a programmable blockchain such as Ethereum.

In this activity, you will use Link to record ownership of assets (in this example, collectible digital stamps) on the blockchain.

With Link and its built-in private blockchain, there is no need to use common blockchain development tools such as Infura or acquire an underlying token such as ETH from an exchange to pay for gas fees – it just works!

Check out the full tutorial on our website at