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Solana And The POH Architecture: A Technical Deep Dive

The Solana network has emerged as one of the leading blockchain platforms in the market and is attracting the attention of developers, investors, and businesses alike. Solana is a high-performance blockchain platform designed to provide scalability and security for decentralized applications and decentralized finance (DeFi) solutions including GameFi projects, payment infrastructure, and cloud storage. In this article, we'll dive into the Solana network and explore its key features, how it works, and its potential impact on the future of blockchain technology.

Aptos Welcomes Streamflow as its First Token Distribution Platform

Streamflow is integrating with Aptos, a next-generation L1 solution, to equip Aptos-native projects with streaming payments, and token distribution. Aptos launched less than six months ago (October 2022) and in such a short time has achieved ~2.9m user addresses, a full suite of internal tools, and has seen over 70 projects launch on the network. As new Aptos-native dApps are shipped, they require the infrastructure to distribute project tokens upon launch and compensate employees and Streamflow offers the perfect solution.

Tokenomics 101: Supply

Tokenomics is the study of the supply and demand of tokens. Moreover, tokenomics is concerned with asset mechanics and their implications on adoption and future market prices. Designing sound tokenomics will set your project up for future growth while bad tokenomics will fail to incentivize the use of your platform.

Streamflow Gets Listed on DappRadar

Streamflow is now listed on DappRadar, an app for dApp discovery and analytics, allowing users to view Streamflow data, including unique active wallets (UAW), transactions, and more. Streamflow’s app data is significant for power users and others looking to research the token distribution platform as token vesting, and digital payroll distribution continues to grow.

Stablecoins 101: Understanding the Basics of Digital Currency

As the name implies, stablecoins are cryptocurrencies that aim to maintain a stable value. While Bitcoin and Ethereum —as well as the majority of other digital currencies— are known for their volatility, stablecoins are pegged to the value of a fiat currency, commodity, or another real-world asset for relative stability. In this guide, we’ll dive into the different types of stablecoins available, examine the risks and benefits, and discuss the current state of the market.

Understanding Decentralized Exchanges(DEXs): A Beginner’s Guide

DEXs have become increasingly popular among individuals seeking a more secure and transparent way to trade digital assets. DEXs utilize the power of blockchain technology to facilitate trades and allow for the execution of financial transactions in a trustless and autonomous environment. Some of the most widely used DEXs, such as Uniswap and Sushiswap, are built on the Ethereum blockchain and are part of the expanding ecosystem of decentralized finance (DeFi) tools.

How to start a DAO on Solana: A Proposed Framework

f you’re starting an organization in web3, chances are you have a lot of questions: How can a startup work directly with investors on a global level? Are there ways not to sacrifice transparency? That’s where DAOs come into play. By setting up a DAO you can create an organization where communities have collective ownership of a particular blockchain project. Each person focuses on what they do best and trusts that everyone else is doing the same. There are many types of DAOs and the beauty of them is that they can be pretty much anything —structurally— and it’s not just about revenue. The possibilities are endless.

BONK, Solana’s doge-themed community coin, utilizes Streamflow for token vesting

BONK's purpose is to empower the Solana community by distributing tokens in a manner that gives the most value to Solana users. Half of the 100 trillion token supply was airdropped for free to the community, favoring Solana NFT holders, artists, and developers. Of the remaining 50%, 20% of BONK tokens are vested linearly using Streamflow to prevent massive unlocks and ensure tokens are introduced to the market fairly.