Since Blockstack started, the goal was to make the project, the code, the community, and the opportunity to benefit from contributing, accessible to everyone. With the exciting step of SEC-qualification behind us, we’re excited to continue growing our global community, especially in Asia.
Over the past few months, members of the Blockstack PBC team, in partnership with Spartan Group, have participated in events and hosted meetups in China, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong. We’ve met over 1,500 passionate developers at these events, and have benefited from community feedback on the best ways for us to support further growth. To build on this great momentum, we plan to host more events in the Asia region, including Japan, during the second half of this year.
Further supporting Blockstack growth in the region, HashKey and SNZ are leading a strategic investment round focused on growing Blockstack community in Asia. HashKey Group is a leading institutional investment group from Hong Kong. SNZ is founded by a group of individuals with deep roots in crypto communities. We’re excited to leverage HashKey’s and SNZ’s expertise in developer community growth.
In addition to growing our global presence, we listened to community feedback to offer more information and tools in your native languages. As a first step, we are excited to share that the Blockstack Whitepaper 2.0 released in May 2019 is now available in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
Blockstack Whitepaper V2.0 versions now available:
- 블록스택 탈중앙 컴퓨팅 네트워크 (Korean)
- Blockstack技术白皮书 v2.0 中文版 (Chinese)
- ブロックスタック分散コンピューティングネットワーク (Japanese)
- Whitepaper Técnico de Blockstack v 2.0 (Spanish)
These translations come courtesy of collaboration between some awesome community members, thank you so much for your efforts in making this content accessible:
- Alex Vinyas(@Alexvinyas19)
- Bo Su (@blockright1)
- Dan Paramov (@danparamov)
- Dominika Nestarcova (@TheSpartanGroup)
- Hyo Sik Woo (@dexco_in)
- Kai Hao (@TokenGazerTM)
- Larry Salibra (@LarrySalibra)
- Melody He (@TheSpartanGroup)
The Blockstack whitepaper 2.0 builds on two years of R&D work, peer-reviewed research, and presents a more detailed specification of our technology. The Blockstack whitepaper 2.0 updates the technical architecture and presents two new components: (a) the design of the Stacks blockchain and consensus mechanism, and (b) a new smart contract language that optimizes for predictability and security.
Together with Spartan Group and our lead investors HashKey Group and SNZ, we plan to host or attend many events in Asia starting in September, including Meetups, hackathons, and key conferences. We look forward to meeting more of you soon!
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