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Multi-out payments view integrated into BRS

2019-11-17T10:37:42+01:00July 1st, 2019|History|

Multi-out payments view integrated into BRS Recipients of multi-out payments have now the ability to see those transactions in their wallet just like any other transaction. The CIP-19 was implemented with the BRS 2.4.0. release This was a Roadmap "Nearterm" goal for 2019.


2019-12-01T17:33:44+01:00June 29th, 2019|History|

Celebrating the first ever Burst-NFT Koh-i-Noor BlockTalk is an extended Burst smart contract framework which aids in the creation and deployment of contracts. New contracts are written in Java with a simple interface for testing and deploying to the Burst blockchain.  BlockTalk includes tools and code snippets to assist in the process and helps to [...]

Poloniex delist

2019-10-27T20:41:54+01:00May 10th, 2019|History|

Poloniex delisted BURST BAT nor any member of BMF was informed about the Poloniex decision on the 10th of May. Why Poloniex decided to close the order-book can be only guessed, but the impact was a nearly 50% price drop on this news

Phoenix Burst Wallet

2019-12-08T07:58:53+01:00May 6th, 2019|History|

Phoenix Burst Wallet released by the BAT members blankey and ohager Phoenix Desktop Wallet is powered by BurstJS, a powerful JavaScript library for building Burst-applications. Read more about BurstJS and Phoenix in CIP-18.

10,000 BURST Development Support for CurbShifter – Powered by the BMF

2019-10-20T19:06:33+01:00February 16th, 2019|Bounty|

This week the BMF team voted to show support to community developer /u/CurbShifter with a 10,000 Burstcoin donation. This comes hot on the wheels of the announcement of his project HotWallet.cash and accompanying video tutorial. As a reminder, in addition to his most recent contribution, /u/CurbShifter also introduced a couple of noteworthy dApps last [...]

5,000 BURST paid for Bounty – YouTube powered by BMF

2019-10-20T19:19:18+01:00January 30th, 2019|Bounty|

The BMF (BURST Marketing Fund) is proud to announce a payment of 5,000 BURST to user Sphinxicus for his YouTube video Burstcoin | How to: Upgrade BRS Wallet to 2.2.7 making use of GitHub (Linux) . The payment is related to the published Bounty Program YouTube Content Creation.  (payment link) On our [...]

Burst Adoption and Project Support – Powered by Burst Marketing Fund (BMF)

2019-10-20T19:01:16+01:00January 13th, 2019|Bounty|

The BMF has been working hard to establish a road map for supporting current/future projects and some baseline tools to help get us there. To that end, a Trello board has been created to track current projects/bounties, give the entire Burst community visibility into how our efforts are progressing, and also provide a place [...]

PoCC Engagement in Burst

2019-12-08T07:59:57+01:00January 3rd, 2019|History|

PoCC left Burst On the 3rd of Janaury the PoC Consortium stepped back from his role as main development team and made room for the newly formed and community driven  BAT development team and the Marketing-Group BMF. The resigned PoCC members at this time were : ac0v, bold, Brabantian, cgb, Gadrah, JohnnyFFM, rico666, Taliesin Tapiwa, [...]

HardFork at Block 500,00

2019-12-26T16:09:38+01:00June 18th, 2018|History|

HardFork at Block 500,000 On 11th of June 2018 a successful HardFork happened on the Burst-Blockchain initiated by the PoC-Consortium. Before the hardfork a block was able to support 255 transactions per block (44,880 bytes) After the hard fork, each block was adjusted to 1020 * 176 bytes (for a total of 179,520 bytes). With [...]


2019-12-23T13:41:38+01:00December 27th, 2017|History|

Dymaxion On December 27th 2017, the PoC Consortium developers released a new white paper titled The Burst Dymaxion. It describes the implementation of a tangle-based lightning network allowing for arbitrary scalability and anonymous transactions. The Dymaxion operates with payment channels opened using the directed acyclic graph (DAG) technology on top of the Burst blockchain functionning with [...]

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