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  • STEX Update
    The STEX Burst listing is almost open to customers for trading. We expect to see trading rolled out to customers within the next two weeks.


Development Activity
Check the activities with the following links for the main repos:

Note: This only includes a portion of the activity from the Burst Apps Team

  • BRS 2.4.0 released, please update today!
    The latest version of BRS 2.4.0 has been released to the Burst Apps Team GitHub. This version includes incoming multi-out support, dramatically improved sync speeds, and much more. Get it on GitHub today, or stay tuned for the QBundle release in a few days.
  • BurstJS 0.3.0 published to NPM
    BurstJS 0.3.0 has been released, with some breaking changes. It also includes an overhaul of the sendBurst API and better support for smart contracts. If you use BurstJS, be sure to read the release notes.
  • BlockTalk milestones 3, 4 and 6 reached
    BlockTalk now has a working CIYAM compiler and ABI specification, with proper integration testing. BlockTalk is the software behind the most recent Burst smart contract, the “Koh-I-Noor Diamond”; more on that below. The BMF paid 350,000 BURST as bounty to the development team.

Community Contributions

  • “Koh-I-Noor Diamond” Burst first NFT with great success
    Burst community member jjos successfully launched the first Burst NFT: the “Koh-I-Noor Diamond”, a digital collectible with only a single owner, which sold for over 400,000 BURST within the first few hours of going live. It’s current price is 533,595 BURST.
  • Burst Apps Team to present at DevCamp 2019 in Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Developers blankey1337 and ohager will be presenting an overview of Phoenix as well as how to build and run Burst smart contracts in August at DevCamp 2019.
  • Burst Article for News Outlets Drafted
    Community member Burstfan has drafted a letter to send to the BBC raising awareness about Burst, and comparing Burst with Bitcoin in terms of electricity consumption.
  • Burst Reno, NV Meetup Proposed
    Community member grlz2grlz is gauging interest in a possible Reno, NV Burst meetup. If you are in the area and interested, be sure to reach out to her directly.
  • Beware of closed source PoC coins
    Community members JohnnyFFM and Kalinka have unmasked a major scam of a Burst rip-off. It is very important to use extreme caution when installing closed source software, and to always perform proper research and due diligence when considering new technologies.
  • Documentation added to Aggregator
    Community member feyd wrote a detailed user guide for Aggregator, the Burst mining proxy from PoCC.
  • Development Article: “Adding Crypto to a React Todo App (or How I Got My Kids To Do Their Chores)”
    Developer blankey1337 posted an article which walks through the basics of adding Burst payment support to a React todo app. When a Task is marked Complete, a Burst payment is sent, rewarding the person who completes the Task.


BMF Weekly Funds Report
The BMF owns 5 accounts with the following balances:

The BMF paid 351,000 BURST for bounties, giveaways and NDS-A .
All bounties can be found on the BMF trello

The BMF50 Pool generated a weekly income around 8,000 BURST.
The pool has 48 miners and 1,280 estimated TB.

Tweets of the week

Exchange Coverage

The Burst Apps Team has agreed to support new and existing exchanges wishing to list BURST. Exchanges may contact for technical support.

The author does not endorse and does not take responsibility for any project mentioned in the Weekly Burst Report. All content is for informational purpose only and is not financial advice


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