Findora hit the ground running in 2023, posting one of our most exciting months yet! We released the roadmap, have a new CEO, and launched the Grant Program – and we’re only getting started!
Findora’s Grant Program Launches
We’re proud to announce the launch of the grant program! Starting February 1st, you can launch, port, or integrate your dApp on the Findora network. The Findora Foundation has pledged up to $100 Million to grow Findora’s ecosystem, and there are already some applications. Stay tuned for some exciting projects launching soon!
Multisig Wallets with Gnosis Safe
Multi-sig wallets are now available on Findora. DAOs and projects can deploy multi-sig wallets on Findora using Gnosis Safe (now just Safe) for just 0.00514 $FRA. Findora wants to provide a secure method of asset management to our community of builders and grantees. Create one here.
Findora Integrates Band Protocol
We’re excited to announce the integration of Band Protocol, the first oracle on Findora. Band provides developers with a scalable, cross-chain, and customizable oracle that will also allow them to access real-world data through APIs.
Both these integrations come just in time to empower builders for the grant program!
Take a Look at Findora’s 2023 Roadmap
The roadmap for 2023 leads Findora through exciting and new territory, such as app chains, a new grants program, the Rosetta API, and more. One of the primary focuses for 2023 is combining blockchain privacy with auditability for compliance purposes. Users have come to expect privacy in their day-to-day finances, and Findora is making that privacy a reality while allowing for selective auditing.
Watch the Early Bird Webinar for the Grant Program
Many developers signed up for a head-start with the grants program, offered in the initial announcement on Twitter, Reddit, and Discord.
Not only did they get a sneak-peak, they also asked Discreet Labs members key questions like if they would get technical support, if they could re-apply later if their first offer was rejected, and if Discreet Labs could help reach people outside of Web3. The answer to all three is yes, by the way!
To get all the insights they were privy to, watch the webinar here >.
Meet the New CEO of Discreet Labs: Sam Harrison
Discreet Labs, the software development company behind Findora, is proud to announce Sam Harrison as the new CEO
The team at Discreet Labs is eager to take on 2023 with Sam’s vision and leadership, spearheading numerous initiatives and launches that will further Findora’s technical advancements in zero-knowledge applications and grow the Findora ecosystem.
We like to highlight some of the top creations from our community each month. Here are some of the coolest things made by community members in the past 30 days.
EasyNode set up Findora’s EVM API on Postman
Experiment with Findora’s EVM API with this Postman workspace set up by Patrick who runs the EasyNode validator. EasyNode has made a number of valuable contributions including this validator node toolkit and setup guide.
Findora on San Sound’s Friday Tech Talk
Findora was a guest on San Sound’s Friday Tech Talk this month. San is bringing Web3 to the music industry and, with Findora, will integrate privacy as well.
Villain Pioneer’s Recap of Findora’s Roadmap
Villain Pioneer, who is also a Findora validator, created this great video recapping Findora’s exciting 2023 Roadmap and other developments.
In The News
Sam Published in the Defiant
Discreet Labs’ new CEO Sam Harrison, wrote an article on the difference between secrecy and privacy which was published in The Defiant. Read More >
From the Blog
Here’s some of the top posts from Findora’s Blog this month
The Basics of Findora
We’ve made it easy for new developers and new users to get on-boarded to Findora by putting everything you need to know in one place! Learn the basics of Findora here.
The Importance of Decentralization post 2022
2022 proved to be a tough year for many seemingly solid projects – but the blame largely lies with an over-reliance on centralization. Read why Web3 needs to rediscover its roots.
Findora builds privacy through advanced zero-knowledge proof cryptography. An innovative layer-1, it combines a native UTXO ledger optimized for privacy with an EVM extension for programmability and interoperability. Developers can leverage either model as they build dApps with auditable privacy.
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