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Hello friends! Apologies for this monthly update being late. We wanted to include a blog post recapping Zcon1, since the event was a big part of the Zcash Foundation’s June. But that will have to wait until next week, since the photos aren’t ready to publish. There will be a Zcon1 section in this email, but bare-bones compared to the recap.
By the way, if you’re interested in Zcash governance and development funding, you should join the discussion of options for the future: https://forum.zcashcommunity.com/c/community-collaboration/protocol
And please check out the proposals on ZF Grants: https://grants.zfnd.org/proposals
Feedback and questions are encouraged! If you like a proposal, consider pledging some ZEC. The Foundation’s hope is that Zcash community members and ecosystem participants will use ZF Grants to “vote” (so to speak, not literally) on which grant proposals are the most promising.
And now, the actual monthly update:
6/4The Zcash Foundation Executive Director Josh Cincinnati discusses the balance of power in Zcash governance.
The “2-of-2 multisig” metaphor for cryptocurrency governance, and what that means in practice.
6/8The Zcash Foundation A brief update on the Zcash Foundation’s new grants platform. Paper wallet generator for Zcash — 299.49 ZEC contributed by the Foundation (in USD, a little over $25,000 at the time of writing) Point-of-sale application for Zcash — 13.35 ZEC contributed by the Foundation (a little over $1,000 at the time of writing)
6/17The Zcash Foundation The Zcash Foundation and Parity Technologies are proud to present Zebra, a consensus-compatible Zcash node client written in Rust...