Hello friends! If you missed the previous newsletter, here it is. If not (or even if you did), keep reading. The past couple of weeks have been eventful!
Updates on the prospect of a Zcash development fund:
Community Sentiment Polling Results (NU4) — ZF
ECC Response to Zcash Community Polling Results — ECC
Supporting a Path for NU4 — ZF
Presenting a Modified ZIP 1012 — ZF
Debate continues in the Zcash Community Forum discussion thread.
Four additional items of note:
ZF Grants 2.0 is here, plus more news about Zcash Foundation grants — both past and future!
“The Zcash Foundation donated 1,044.41369 ZEC (equivalent to $40,000 USD at the time of donation) to Canadian nonprofit Open Privacy. Much like the Foundation, Open Privacy works on permissionless privacy tools for everyone and anyone.” Read the details on ZF’s blog, Open Privacy’s blog, or in the CoinDesk article.
“Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part IV: Stablecoins — Blacklists and Traceability” is the latest in Eric Wall’s research series for the Human Rights Foundation, which was funded by ZF.
The Zcash network upgrade Blossom is now live on mainnet, and here’s why that’s cool!
ECC summarized its recent quarterly livestream for those who don’t have time to watch the video.
That’s all — keeping it quick today. We probably won’t send another newsletter until January, so please accept our best wishes for your new year in advance. Happy almost 2020!