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Week In Ethereum News Update, September 12th - Evan Van Ness

September 12, 2017 Ethereum News and Links

Protocol

Stuff for developers

Ecosystem

Project Announcements

Project Updates

Interviews and Talks

Token Sales

General

Dates of Note

From Token Sale Calendar:

Upcoming token sale start dates:

Ongoing token sales:

Want to be included?  If you are building your project on Ethereum, email weekinethereum @ gmail [period] com with 1) your URL, 2) sale date and 3) a brief but convincing description of how you are using Ethereum, preferably with a link to your Github repo.  Listings are free.  But please make sure to follow those instructions.  If you don’t follow the instructions, you likely won’t get a response.

WARNING: list may include or even likely includes scams and quasi-scams.  Do your own research and due diligence before putting value at risk.

[I aim for a relatively comprehensive list of Ethereum sales, but make no warranty as to even whether they are legit; as such, I thus likewise warrant nothing about whether any will produce a satisfactory return. I have passed the CFA exams, but this is not investment advice. If you’re interested in what I do, you can find my somewhat out-of-date investing thesis and token sale appreciation strategies in previous newsletters.]

Every week I still get emails saying, “you joined ConsenSys?”  So this section stays.

If you emailed my Ticketleap email address in the last 30 days or so, then I likely didn’t get it.  If you were waiting on a response from an email you sent there, I suggest you re-send to weekinethereum @ gmail [period] com.

I’ve joined ConsenSys.  Here’s a logo to draw your eye in case you were going to skip over this section:

My charge from Joe Lubin is pretty similar to what Status has told me: keep telling the truth and covering the space as objectively as I can. 

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