Recently the SLP Foundation organization has announced it would be offering support and assistance to the SLP ecosystem. The SLP Foundation is a non-profit endeavor; it has been funded by donations from notable business owners within the Bitcoin Cash ecosphere.
This tutorial explains how to create and manage SLP token issuance using multi-signature addresses and Ledger Nano S & X hardware wallets.
We’re excited to announce SLPDB v1.0 beta is released! The SLP developer community has been very supportive during this journey of building SLPDB, so we want to reflect on the accomplishments made, present our vision for the future of SLPDB, and recognize the key contributors. First, let’s take a moment to review why SLPDB is a unique and critical piece of infrastructure within the SLP ecosystem.
Due to Simple Ledger Protocol’s ease of use and wide variety of applications such as virtual gaming assets, licenses, digital media rights, gift cards, and company stock shares, it has found great success among a growing community. Over the past year, SLP has truly lived up to its claim as being the simplest, fastest, and most liberating token system in existence. The following is a look back at the innovation and user adoption that took place for SLP over 2019.
In order to help continue our progress into the coming year, we have recently launched the SLP Developer Bounties listing at simpleledger.cash/bounties. Help support SLP’s ecosystem development and earn rewards!
Congratulations to the winner of the 2019 SLP Hackathon, Project Ignite with their loyalty points system, Hamingja, plus the many others who participated. All teams produced truly exceptional and innovative projects utilizing the Simple Ledger Protocol.