We've decided to build a light application with hybrix to showcase its diversity and strength. A block explorer is a perfect example of some possibilities. It serves as a light-weight interface of some of the API's functions.
Tip: If something from the explorer doesn't seem to be working, let us know via GitHub or Discord/Riot/Slack/Gitter.
On June 21, 2019, exactly 2 years after the crowdfund ended, we have finished the distribution of the credentials. We have done everything within our reach to contact the donators eligible for token credential distribution.
We have distributed the last token this week. We have chosen the IGNIS chain on Ardor chain as a suitable chain for the last HYBRID token (IGNIS.XHY). Due to the issues with the BitShares faucet, we have been looking for a solid alternative and have chosen for Ardor.
On August 20, we held a workshop 'Rethinking Interoperability" during Berlin Blockchain Week. It was more popular than we expected it to be; we even had to limit the amount of attendants after 75 people signed up. Some people even showed up while they were on the waiting list, hoping to still be able to join the workshop.
We were honored by the amount of people that stopped by and had a great time connecting with all guests. It's great to see that working from the new location, Lisk Center Utrecht, connected us with Lightcurve, who were so generous to offer us a their location to host our workshop.
During Blockchain Week Berlin, Joacim held a Reddit AMA for the community. Some topics discussed during this Q&A session were current projects using hybrix, the team working on hybrix, and the collected crowdfunding. You can read it back on r/cryptodevs.