The most exciting thing about working in the decentralized economy is the fact that no one has any idea as to where it’ll all end up!
Just like an iceberg, there are so many things that we’re building and putting together for our community that doesn’t get a lot of air time (i.e. press)! In many ways, the team has been building not just one software product but two (or three!).
Yup, you heard it right! We’re live-testing our new integration with Binance on YEN Beta! Naturally, we’d love for you to give it a try.
I was reviewing a bit of our nascent network and the data that’s being piped to everyone within the community and I decided to review some of the statistics of usage when we first opened our our Private Beta back in October of last year:
A lot changes in an early-stage company, from the product itself to the organization (like new team members – and we’re looking for a few more!)! It’s an exciting time for us and I don’t want to miss a single thing that’s happening within our community!
Just like we’ve recently moved our internal development process from Scrum to Kanban we are also moving our open source handbook from GitHub to Trello (also publicly accessible and viewable)!
Early-stage startups are difficult beasts to wrangle, for a number of different reasons. First and foremost, a startup undergoes significant change and/or evolution every 6-months or so (give or take a few months) and, as a consequence, everyone must relearn what they thought was true so that they may execute effectively.
First things first: Happy Valentines Day! I didn’t plan on penning a blog post specifically for this holiday, but, that’s the way the cookie (or chocolate…?) crumbles!
Hi and thanks for dropping in. If you’ve been with us for a while, you’ll notice the posts from the past two years will look familiar. These are the actual posts one for one from our Patreon page which we closed at the end of 2018. We couldn’t have gotten to this point without the […]
There are times where we’re going to need to communicate important messages to our community and we’ve come up with a way to do that by putting it right into your canonical feed. It should like like above and below you’ll see how it feels in the larger feed context: There are so many different […]