In June, Messari released their initial coverage report on Findora, YogurtRocks, a community validator, created a mainnet faucet, and two new ecosystem partners join the community.
Ecosystem Growth: Findora’s Latest Grantees
Findora announced two new grantees in June:
StrongBox by Serenity Shield
Serenity Shield was a launch partner for Prism++ and is now also a grantee. They have created the StrongBox dApp, the most secure inheritance solution for Web3. They will use Findora’s zkNFTs to add an extra layer of protection for their users.
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Mainnet Faucet Created by YogurtRocks
Findora validator YogurtRocks created an EVM faucet for anyone in the community needing a small of amount of FRA for gas fees. It’s perfect for new wallets that need their first FRA, and community members have already donated ~6,000 FRA to fund it.
It’s great to see community members take the initiative and contribute to the ecosystem. Findora extends a special thanks to Yogurt for their support, dedication, and many contributions to the Findora network.
Community Incentive Endowment
The Findora Foundation received a generous donation from a valued community member, who wishes to remain anonymous. This endowment is meant to fund other community efforts to build the ecosystem through bounties, campaigns, and special rewards.
EVM Staking Progress
EVM Staking has been completed on the backend and front end, and is currently being audited. Discreet Labs announced during a Discord Fireside Chat that a campaign with exciting rewards will help launch EVM staking and attract new community members.
Messari released their Initiation of Coverage Report on Findora which delved into our technology, architecture, and potential for growth. From the report: “A successful implementation of these solutions, along with continued fund allocation and growth-driving efforts by the Findora Foundation, could attract a wave of users seeking compliant privacy.”
Findora Featured in Band Protocol’s Blog
Band published an article on their recent integration with Findora which detailed the next steps and milestones for the partnership. From the article: ‘”By joining forces, Band Protocol and Findora are set to…foster innovation in Web3 Gaming, and drive the growth of their DeFi ecosystem.”
What Can Zk Do for Bridges?
Findora has just published a new blog article in their “What Can Zk Do?” series, which explores the potential zk-technology holds for the industry. Zk is especially important for blockchain bridges because it can make them more secure, decentralized, and interoperable. ZkBridges will play a key role in fostering a true multichain future for Web3.
Q3 is going to be an exciting time at Findora! Be on the looking out for new ecosystem partners both in GameFi and DeFi, as well as network improvements and exciting community campaigns. Follow on your favorite social media channel to stay up to date!
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.
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