Hi and welcome to the third Typhoon Network digest. If you haven’t yet, check-out the previous entries to get up-to-speed with how the project is doing.
This week main topics summarized:
As of today, Typhoon has transacted $413,142 in 7d Volume. This is important because it provides prove of steady growth and use of the service . There is currently no…
Hi and welcome to the second Typhoon Network digest. Last time we were right before the IFO. It’s been roughly a week since then, so what happened?
Here’s a quick summary :
We’re happy to announce that we added experimental support for relayers to Typhoon to further improve anonymity, with the first official relayer being available on the mainnet app from today. To use the official relayer, simply tick the “use relayer” checkbox (this will incur a 1% fee to the relayer wallet).
Hi and welcome to the first Typhoon Network digest, where we’ll be giving an overview of what happened in the recent days/weeks, our thoughts and what to expect next.
The last few weeks have been very hectic:
One things we noticed is that users didn’t fully understand how the app is supposed to work and often used…
With only 4 days left until our IFO with GooseFinance, we’re working very hard on getting the service as polished as we can. We truly believe we have built something great and want everyone with a BSC wallet to give it a try and give us feedback!
Further to this, if you try Typhoon before the IFO and deposit into any of the available vaults, you’ll automatically qualify for our TYPH airdrop!
It’s actually pretty easy, you’ll have to do 2 things:
Update 2021–03–21: We revised IFO details such as entry price and updated this post accordingly.
We are excited to announce, we are partnering with GooseFinance to launch an IFO! The IFO will run from 26th of March 2021, 6pm UTC for 12 hours.
Raising funds is always a tricky decision — is there a justification for doing it? Is it fair? Is it just greed?
We eventually decided for it because we believe in what we’re building and want it to reach it’s best-possible potential. …
Blockchains are designed to be public ledgers: Everyone can see everything that happens on those chains, that’s just how they work. It’s very easy to open bscscan.com, type in a wallet address and see what that wallet was up to:
The more information available online, the easier it is to create a profile on people based on their online activity with no way to really escape: Because even if you decide to…