Coindesk Article, Jimmy Song on Impervious, Hack for Freedom Starts Aug. 4th, Lightning Labs Newsletter, Anthony Ronning's Article Plugged Again, and More!
Hack for Freedom Demo Day will be held on August 20th, starting at 10am (PDT). Our panel of judges - including Christopher Calicott of Trammell Venture Partners, Brian Murray of Craft Ventures, and Hank Thomas of Strategic Cyber Ventures - will review contestant projects and award $25,000 in Bitcoin prizes. The Impervious dev team will host participant Q&A office hours on Twitter Spaces (@ImperviousAi) and on Discord (server TBA), throughout the contest. Moreover, each participant will receive a free node via Voltage Cloud! Additional details regarding Hack for Freedom will be released tomorrow, so check back here shortly!
As Team Impervious prepares for Hack for Freedom on August 4th, we appreciate the community's continued enthusiasm and support. Thanks for all your emails, tweets and outreach (apologies for our slow responses this week)! Impervious is working diligently to make it easy for developers to build cryptographically secure, p2p data transmissions and payments into their applications and services.
In the meantime, check out a recent recap of Impervious in the news:
- Coindesk: The Lightning Network Is Going to Change How You Think About Bitcoin - Jeff Wilser Assesses the Practical Implications of Lightning and Scaling a new p2p Internet, via Impervious!
- Jimmy Song Discusses an Impervious Powered p2p Internet!
- Lightning Labs July Newsletter: Impervious Hack for Freedom 2021 & Public Launch of the Impervious API, Aug. 4th.
- Peter McCormack Podcast: Lightning Series - Our Very Own Anthony Ronning Mentioned @18:45. 😎 - Read Anthony's Referenced Article - Here!
- Impervious Website Redesign!
- Hack for Freedom 2021 Starts Aug. 4th - Register Here!
- Public Release of the Impervious API (FREEIMP), Aug. 4th! 🚀