The Monthly Rollup: May ’23

The Monthly Rollup: May ’23

In May, Findora announced its first grantees, made progress on EVM staking, and was hosted on a number of prominent Twitter Spaces.

Ecosystem Updates:

Findora Begins Announcing Its Grantees!

We couldn’t be happier to start rolling out the Findora Foundation’s initial grantees! More grantees to be announced in the coming weeks!

Lumias, an All-in-One Gaming Hub

Lumias Findora Grantee

Think Steam, but native to Web3. Lumias comes with a built-in DEX, NFT marketplace, and portfolio tracker, so users will have a single, convenient place for Web3 gaming. Through zk, Lumias is creating a Web3 gaming platform that offers the same data protections offered in Web2. 

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Victorian Murder Mystery

In this Agatha Christie meets Among Us game, someone has been killed in the mansion, and you must catch the killer before the killer catches you. Through zk, anyone will be able to host the game, but everyone will still be able to trust and verify the results.


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Engineering Updates

EVM Staking Nears Completion

Engineers made important progress toward EVM staking. They’ve created a new staking dashboard for the upcoming launch that will allow users to easily search validators, view stats, and manage their stake. Be on the look out out for a community staking campaign with exciting incentives!


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Band Protocol Price Feeds Now on Mainnet:

Band Protocol is Findora’s oracle partner. Their price feeds are now live on mainnet, enabling developers to build more reliable lending protocols, DEXs, and other DeFi applications. The updated contract address

can be found in the documentation here.

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Mainnet Block Time Improves

After some technical issues, the engineering team working with validators has stabilized the block time. The work they’ve done will pave the way for future improvements, and the team’s next milestone is a 7-second block time on Findora.

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New Web Portal for Prism

With a new web portal, users can seamlessly bridge their EVM assets to the UTXO layer without the hassle of managing private keys. Once you’ve moved tokens to the UTXO ledger, you can confidentially transfer them with zk technology using the Findora Wallet.

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Community Corner

Crypto N Cofffee

Sam Harrison, Daniel Pagan, and Daniel Finley represented Findora on Crypto and Coffee. The team got on to talk about bridging the gap between Web2 and Web3, and Jess ran a great show.


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Genfinity

Sam represented Findora on Genfinity’s show with King Solomon. Representatives from Hedera, Kava, and MultiverseX were there as they discussed breaking down crypto silos and the path forward for the industry.


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200 Subreddit Members

There are now over 200 members in Findora’s subreddit! Reddit is a great place to ask questions and be part of conversations.


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About Findora

Findora is a Layer-1 protocol delivering zero-knowledge solutions to Web3.


Findora integrates two ledgers into a single chain: an EVM ledger for interoperability and a UXTO ledger optimized for zk operations. This dual-layer architecture lets Findora encrypt blockchain data for programmable transparency and public use. By providing new use cases, Findora’s zk tech prepares Web3 for real-world adoption.


We appreciate our developers and would love to onboard you to the Findora ecosystem. Please reach out, and join our social channels for more.


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