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Bitshares - State of the Network - 19th July 2017

Welcome to the 44th Bitshares State of the Network (BSotN) report. A weekly report focusing on the changes in the ecosystem and track longer term changes in a effort to identify emerging trends and changes in the Bitshares platform.

The Bitshares State of the Network Reports seeks to combine raw data from a wide range of metrics and combine them into meaningful information to identify emerging trends and changes in the Bitshares network.

This weeks report lacks some details due to Cryptofresh data being re-indexed after the Bitshares patch released the day prior to my data collection. I hope to have a full report as normal next week. Any affected data has been removed and to make up for it i have included a few more pictures and videos.

This section will highlight any observations made while analysing the data.

BitUSD is still worth $1 USD (this should not be a surprise to anyone) Peter Conrad (@cyrano) has had his worker proposal (HERE) accepted by the Bitshares shareholders. This worker proposal relates to the development and implementation of BSIP-0018 titled "Revive BitAsset through buying Settlement Pool". @michaelx has released an article on huffington post titled "Please don't change Bitcoin, you'll break it!". The article relates to Bitcoin, BitShares and the Hero and the niches that each technology addresses. You can view the original article HERE or @stan has also shared the content on Steemit HERE @kencode has released his weekly update for Smartcoins Wallet, BlockPay, Ledger Nano S, Stealth and BitShares Munich IVS. This weeks update sees 2 new developers enter the team focused on the Ledger Nano S integration and Stealth! There is also updates for Blockpay and a new release of the Smartcoins Wallet. You can see his update HERE. This week has also seen the release of BlockPay "S" v1.5.13 which can be found HERE Ronny Boesing (CEO of OpenLedger) will be on the main Stage at the State of Digital Money 2017 Con...
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