Welcome to the Blockmason Weekly Update!
Hello, Blockmason community! Another week is upon us, which means it’s time for another Weekly Update.
We’re excited to announce that our recent round of hiring is nearly complete. In the past month, we’ve welcomed a new Director of Growth, two new Community Managers, a Digital Marketing Specialist and a Business Development Manager.
Note that we’re still hunting for a Principal Software Engineer in North America. So if you know anyone who might be a fit, please encourage them to apply.
Now, on to the news! In this edition of the Weekly Update, we will give a quick update on Lndr v1.1, share a video review of Lndr and Blockmason and introduce you to the latest hire to join the Blockmason team.
Are you ready? Let’s get started!
Lndr version 1.1 is being quickly adopted
If you’ve been following along with our Weekly Updates you learned last week that Lndr version 1.1 was released to the major app stores. Lndr v1.1 was a significant milestone in our development roadmap and brings multi-currency recording and settlement to Lndr.
We’re excited to see that our user base has quickly adopted Lndr v1.1. In fact, more than 80% of iOS users and 60% of Android users have upgraded in the first week of availability, which is fantastic!
Our development team has now turned their attention to the next step in our roadmap, which is the addition of fiat currency settlement. As a reminder, here’s how our Lndr roadmap currently stands:
Late July/August 2018: Fiat currency settlement comes to Lndr. This means that you will be able to settle casual debts and IOUs between friends using fiat currencies.
August/September 2018: Group debt/IOU settlement comes to Lndr. For example, if you have a shared debt between a group of friends or want to split a large payment, you will be able to settle as a group.
October/November 2018: Other cryptocurrency settlement options come to Lndr, which means support for settling debts and IOUs in cryptocurrencies outside of ETH.
Late Q4 2018: Credit scoring based on on-chain and off-chain data comes to Lndr. This will allow for displaying a credit score for a user, based on a variety of factors, ensuring that you know how “creditworthy” someone is.
Remember, if you’re interested in staying up-to-date with Lndr development you can always view the latest Lndr development updates on Github.
Cryptosomniac’s video review of Lndr
We’re excited to share that the Cryptosomniac team of Sam and Sneh took some time to review Lndr and Blockmason. Cryptosomniac is a pair of software engineers who are passionate about all things crypto-related. They regularly review blockchain projects, build courses for Udemy and are very active in the blockchain and crypto space.
Although the video has been out for just over a month, this is the first time we’re sharing it with our community.
If you’re interested in doing a review of Blockmason’s technologies, such as Lndr or the Credit Protocol, please get in touch with our team.
Another new hire joins the Blockmason team
We’re proud to introduce a new team member who has joined Blockmason this week:
Clayton Savage, Digital Marketing Specialist, North America
Clayton has joined Blockmason as a digital marketing specialist. He has a lifelong passion for business, technology and human behavior. Before joining Blockmason, Clayton worked as a digital marketing specialist for the world’s leading knowledge management solution provider.
Clayton completed a four-year Business Management degree at the University of British Columbia. While at UBC he competed in national business competitions, lead as a Marketing Director for the Management Students Association and acted as the Sector Head of Technology and Telecommunication for the UBC Portfolio Management Group.
He shares a strong belief in craftsmanship, artisanship and sweat equity that goes into achieving the vision of Blockmason’s technology.
You can connect with Clayton on LinkedIn.
The Blockmason airdrop has concluded
As we mentioned last week, our recent airdrop has reached the participation cap and is now over. Our team is preparing a participation + transparency report which we will release to the community shortly.
We will be hosting airdrops and bounty programs in the future, so stay tuned!
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