First Parachain Successfully Migrates from Kusama to Polkadot
KILT Protocol's migration from Kusama to Polkadot is an important technical milestone and the first parachain migration. Polkadot's 'canary network' model allows Web3 projects to test their technology in a real-world environment before upgrading to stable production networks.
Introducing Encointer: Making Web3 Truly Inclusive
Encointer is Kusama’s second common-good parachain slot . In this post, we take an in-depth look at Encointer and the problems it addresses — how it can bring financial inclusivity to Web3 and mitigate Sybil attacks with a novel ‘proof-of-personhood’ system for unique identity.
KILT Protocol’s public test net implemented using Substrate
KILT intends to secure a parachain slot after Polkadot main net launch and aims to provide the Polkadot ecosystem with an interoperable trust infrastructure to create numerous opportunities for both projects.
Polkadot Parachain Slots
As Polkadot gets closer to mainnet launch, the Web3 Foundation is increasingly receiving inquiries about parachains: the initial allocation and the steps a project takes to become a parachain. The following is a working document that includes a draft plan for a fair parachain distribution at launch as well as an explanation of how Polkadot will handle additional parachain slot availability in the future. We have sent an earlier version of this document to a number of projects building on Polkad
Katallassos Moves Towards A Polkadot Parachain
Today Katallassos is announcing their implementation on Substrate. By building on Substrate, Katallossos is making the first step towards deploying a Polkadot parachain and connecting to the global network of blockchains. Katallassos aims to be a financial node in Polkadot’s relay chain system, focusing on building a standard framework for finance. Katallassos implements the Algorithmic Contract Types Unified Standard (ACTUS) into a specialized blockchain. The goal of ACTUS is to break down the