Stellar Lumens (XLM) on Protocol 13 release Working Closely On Creating Usable Stellar Applications

By dan saada May 1, 2020 Off
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Stellar Lumens (XLM) are discussing in the Engineering talks about how to proceed in creating usable Stellar applications.  They are now focusing on apps beyond crypto wallets.

Stellar Tweeted:  “IMPORTANT: With the Protocol 13 release approaching soon, we’ve created a guide to make the upgrade process easier for everyone.”

Experts are tuning in to the Stellar Engineering Talks to pioneer concepts based on community feedback and their own lists of brainstormed ideas.

The Engineering talks are happening every other Fridays.  The discussions are live-streamed.  Onlookers and visitors get a chance to understand the advanced side of technology.

For those who are new to Stellar, they will benefit using the lock downtime learning the intro to Stellar, The Power of Stellar, Blockchain Basics, and about the Stellar Lumens (XLM) the protocol token.  The case studies about IBM World Wire, Saldo, and related case studies will give an insight into what those who are already dealing with the Stellar Lumens Ecosystem are doing on the blockchain.

The Stellar Lumens Ecosystem is made up of the Stellar Development Foundation, the community, the projects, and partners. Exploring the Meridian, Community Blog, Wallets, Exchanges, Newsletters, Events, Academic Grant, and the mode of contacting them is the next best step before getting feet wet in the ecosystem for whatever reason.

Prospective Developers should go through the Developers Resources, Documentation, API reference, and Developers blog.  Going through Community Support will be encouraging.

Sydney Ifergan, the Crypto Expert, tweeted:  “The Stellar Engineering Talks from Stellar Lumens (XLM) are discussing the Distributed Consensus in Stellar.  Consensus is the cornerstone of decentralization.  Sustaining the consensus intact is a challenge, though.”

Stellar Lumens (XLM) Continuing with Mission

Stellar has recently made a partnership with Elliptic.  Elliptic is the world’s first Stellar transaction monitoring system. It is now live empowering the Stellar Ecosystem.

Denelle Dixon, CEO and Executive Director of the Stellar Development Foundation, “Elliptic sets the global standard in preventing, detecting, and actively pursuing criminal activity in this emerging industry.

Simone Maini, CEO of Elliptic, stated, “This partnership will help businesses fulfill their compliance needs when building on top of this powerful network.”

The Round Table discussions from Stellar are focusing on setting the standard for sending and receiving transactions.  They are set to go live with their second part.

Ledger Live is integrating Stellar Lumens.  Now, it is possible to safely send and receive Lumens (XLM) directly in Ledger Live.

Stellar continues with its mission on bringing the world’s financial system into one payment network.