Hello everyone! Here’s what the Zcash Foundation has been up to this month.
We explained how ZIPs (Zcash Improvement Proposals) are important to Zcash governance: The New ZIP Process and Zcash Governance - zcash foundation
If you want a say in future Zcash changes, definitely read it.
Anna Kaplan joined us as a technical intern! She’ll be working on the Parity Zcash implementation for the time being: The Zcash Foundation Welcomes a Technical Intern - zcash foundation
The Foundation is sponsoring a cryptocurrency research series undertaken by the Human Rights Foundation: Human Rights Foundation Cryptocurrency Research - zcash foundation
We debuted ZF Grants, our new platform for grants and community funding! Here’s how it works: Announcing ZF Grants - zcash foundation
A list of promising grant ideas that we’d love to see fleshed out into proposals: Zcash Grants - zcash foundation
Video of Executive Director Josh Cincinnati talking about Zcash governance, at the MIT Bitcoin Expo: MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - Zcash Governance: The Road Toward 2-of-2 Multisig - YouTube (the talk itself was earlier in March)
zec-qt-wallet rebranded to ZecWallet. The Foundation sponsored the creation of new how-to videos. And we took a moment to celebrate ZecWallet’s rapid progress: ZecWallet: New Name and Rapid Progress - zcash foundation
Anna Kaplan (mentioned above) and Marek Kotewicz from Parity gave a joint talk at Zero Knowledge Summit, discussing the new Zcash node implementation: Zero Knowledge Summit #3 - Part 4 - YouTube
Two of us attended a Zcash meetup organized by the Bay Area Zcash Users group: https://twitter.com/ZcashFoundation/status/1110719493406220289
That’s all for now! As always, questions and comments are welcome.
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