- Bitcoin 21' Demo
- Marty's Bent Podcast (TFTC #259)
- Bitcoin Magazine Podcast
- Team IMP Grows
- Lightning Labs Newsletter - Impervious Highlighted
- Impervious: Hack for Freedom - Hackathon (Aug 4th)!
Welcome to the first edition of IMPNEWS! Team Impervious has been rather busy over the past month and we're excited to share key developments.
One aspect of our journey has become remarkably clear, our mission to create a new censorship and surveillance resistant internet certainly resonates with the community. We're grateful for the outpouring of support!
A few highlights:
Marty's Bent Podcast (TFTC #259) - Bitcoin Layer 3, Empowering Dissidents, and the Power of the Lightning Network - with Chase Perkins of Impervious.ai
Team IMP Welcomes Our Newest Team Member, The One and Only - Anthony Ronning!
Anthony is a best-in-class engineer and architect. We're thrilled to have the opportunity to scale the new secure, censorship-resistant, P2P-streaming-by-default internet together!
Bitcoin Magazine Podcast with Chase Perkins of Impervious.ai
Chase sat down with Christian Keroles ("CK") of Bitcoin Magazine during the Bitcoin 21' Miami festivities to record a podcast. Undeterred by vocal fry or the cacophony of sound emanating from all around them, they ultimately managed to discuss Impervious, and the future of the internet
Impervious.ai - Hack for Freedom 21' - Virtual Hackathon - Announced!
Additional Hack-for-Freedom Details and Registration Will Be Posted in Early July.
Start Date: Aug 4, 2021
End Date/Demo Day: August 20, 2021
Hack-for-Freedom will serve as both the Impervious API & VPN public launch event and as a call to action for the community to explore initial use cases that can most immediately benefit from and incorporate P2P, cryptographically secure, streaming communications channels.
The hackathon's theme is building on the Impervious API & Lightning Powered VPN to counter censorship and intermediary control of data. Supported examples include streaming video, audio (VoIP) and text P2P.
Participants of the virtual hackathon will have two weeks to work on their projects and will compete for $25,000 (paid in BTC) in cash prizes! Tier 1 VC's that actively invest in bitcoin enabled technology companies will serve as hackathon judges - Christopher Calicott of Trammell Venture Partners, Hank Thomas of Strategic Cyber Ventures and Brian Murray of Craft Ventures.