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The State of Lisk Report – Ep. 42

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The Second Lisk Center Utrecht Meetup

Next Wednesday, the Lisk Center Utrecht will be hosting its monthly community meetup which is open to any crypto enthusiast that wants to join.

If you have been active in the Lisk.chat then you noticed the Lisk Center Utrecht already being put to good use with many meetups, brainstorm sessions and creating a place for people to come and talk about crypto and Blockchain.

During the next monthly meetup there will be an introduction to Blockchain and of course the Lisk Blockchain. Among the speakers will also be Vodafone Ziggo and Xurux who will be presenting their involvement in the Blockchain industry. And after the presentations there will be time for some networking and a drink.

Please not that this meetup will be held in Dutch so if you are from around Utrecht then make sure to join sign-up and join the community!

The Lisk Community Tools

Wednesday, community manager Mat Piaggi opened a Reddit topic on all the amazing Lisk Community Tools that have been created over the years.

Thanks to the work of Lindsay Buescher and Mariusz Serek LiskHQ has put together a spreadsheet to log these tools in one place. In the spreadsheet you can find links to the tools as well as information and a description of them.

Currently the list consist of 75 different tools ranging which can be helpful for delegates, voters or investors. To make sure the Lisk is correct and stays correct LiskHQ needs the community’s help.

So if you know about a tool which is not on the list, has its information displayed incorrect or if a tool is not actively being maintained then make sure to let them know!

Bitcoin Will Be Available On Lisk Mobile

This week, Lisk announced that they are working on the integration of Bitcoin to the Lisk Mobile wallet.

The Lisk Mobile team also showcased some of the designs they have worked on. Lisk is now looking for feedback from the crypto community to see which designs people like the most and where adjustments could be made.

The Reddit topic already got some feedback but LiskHQ could always use more. So make sure to let the team know what you think about their new designs!

The Lisk Breakfast Club

On March 29th, LiskHQ will be hosting a networking breakfast event during the Berlin Blockchain Week.

The goal of the breakfast is for all developers and Blockchain enthusiasts to join the Lisk team as they share some of the latest technical updates from the Lisk network and answer any general questions.

During the event Lisk’s Tech Evangelist Rachel Black will be talking about the Lisk Development Tools and Cryptographer Jan Hackfeld will be explaining the LIP’s (Lisk Improvement Proposals) and Lisk’s DPoS (Delegated Proof of Stake).

So if you are in Berlin on Friday the 29th then make sure to join the Lisk team for breakfast!

Lisk Officially Joined INATBA

Last week, LiskHQ announced that Lisk officially joined INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications) as one of its founding members.

INATBA’s offers developers and users of DLT a global forum to interact with regulators and policy makers and bring Blockchain technology to the next stage. The 70+ member strong, multi-industry group is supported by the , and  will facilitate cross-governmental and industry alignment on Blockchain.

The main goals of INATBA are to maintain a permanent and constructive dialogue with public authorities and regulators that will contribute to the convergence of regulatory approaches to Blockchain and other distributed ledger technology globally.

To promote an open, transparent and inclusive global model of governance for Blockchain and other distributed ledger technology infrastructures that reflects the shared interests of stakeholders from industry, start-ups and SMEs, civil society organisations, governments and international organisations.

To support the development and adoption of interoperability guidelines, specifications and global standards, to enhance trusted, traceable, user-centric digital services.

And last but not least develop sector-specific guidelines and specifications for the development and acceleration of trusted sectorial Blockchain and DLT applications in specific sectors.

It’s good to see Lisk wanting to join in on having constructive dialogue with public authorities/regulators and showing that Lisk and Blockchain are here to stay!