And we have a winner! Two weeks ago we announced that Expanse is having an EXPEX contest. The prize is that one lucky project will receive one year of listing on our decentralized exchange at no cost. That is a $10,000 USD value.  

We received hundreds of entries, and the winner of the free listing is the Ether-1 Project. The Ether-1 Project aims to completely disrupt  how information is shared and controlled. It is a fully decentralized hosting platfor ...



The EXPEX development team, led by Asim Ashfaq, has updated the development timeline for EXPEX, given a change in their approach. The team has been heavily  immersed in the design process and is now moving into development. Here is the revised timeline

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As we reported in the June 15 newsletter, Expanse Founder and CEO, Christopher Franko, defined the specifications for Gander v3. The specs include a slew of enhancements and new features. So as not to have Gander offline for any length of time, we took the approach of adding enhancements as they were  complete. Read the release notes in the Gander channel on our Discord to learn more about the d ...



The Cryptofacil Exchange is now taking deposits in over 250 listed coins, including Expanse. Before this week, they were just taking deposits in BTC, but now you can deposit your EXP directly and start trading. 

Read the announcement here: https://cryptofacil.com/blog/en/announcing-deposits-with-multiple-coins/ ...



Guatemala and d/t (Decentralized Technologies) are hosting Blockchain week in early September.  d/t is a Guatemalan open source blockchain movement founded to empower the individual through the use of smart contracts. The belief is that mass adoption of blockchain tech can start through those who need it most: emerging economies like Guatemala.

The week will be filled with tours, educational sessions, and inspirational speakers, ending with a Hackathon. Here’s ...



Jitendra Rathod, newsletter contributing editor, provides insights into the ongoing technological revolution that is underway via the Internet. 

Ever since humans have occupied the earth, centuries have been marked by inventions and innovations which have brought sweeping changes in the way we live and think. Going back to history, the fire was the first tool huma ...