Week in Handshake was created to give those interested in Handshake a snapshot of everything happening with this exciting project. It can be hard to keep up with the developments in such a fast moving ecosystem. I hope you’ll find this newsletter useful and informative.
The network hashrate from all the new ASICs caught the attention of Panoy’s News Lab
Matthew Zipkin wrote a new guide on building a secure website with your Handshake TLD
Proofofconcept/ has launched, a social network for handshake (HNS resolver/ HandyBrowser needed to access)
Steven McKie from the HandyMiner/HandyBrowser team shares their progress with implementing the HandyMiner mining client for Goldshell’s new HS1 ASICs
Audius Project has decided to use their .Audius TLD to resolve “artistname.audius/” for their artists web2 addresses “audius.co/artistname”. See this is action with HandyBrowser here.
Looking to find a buyer for your TLD? checkout nameswap on Telegram
Thanks to @Shake_Supply we know that the current circulating supply of $HNS is at 14%
If you’re a OSS dev of any background you can still claim your $HNS airdrop
Handshake Hackathon is ON! Get your tickets here, no dev experience required!
Prizes are being offered from Handshake Socks to $HNS, look out for an announcement soon!