Pocket News

Introducing BANANO Quest

    ETH Buenos Aires: An Idea Was Born The Pocket team took to the drawing board for the hackathon at ETH Buenos Aires with the intention of building something fun and interactive to demonstrate the ease and quickness in which developers can build an iOS app using their iOS SDK and Relay Node infrastructure. What […]

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Buenos Aires release 0.3

    It’s been a busy Summer so far for the Pocket team, and we’ve got some exciting updates including new additions to the Pocket family, and a surprise augmented reality Decentralized Application called BANANO Quest that we can’t wait to share with everybody! BANANO Quest- ETH Buenos Aires We had the pleasure of participating in […]

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Blockchains: The era of economic experimentation

    Running economic experiments on steroids One of the key components of the cryptocurrency industry is the open source nature of it. When everything is open source and protocols can easily be copied, tweaked, and deployed in a permissionless manner, it allows for quick iteration and experimentation within the ecosystem. The graph above shows the […]

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Pocket Bogota Release 0.2

  This is an incremental release for us this month. We’ve got some Dashboard improvements along with a release of the first API to get information for available nodes. To find out more about what Pocket Network is, please visit our website, check out our introductory blog post and our mobile vision blog post. On to the updates: Dashboard: […]

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Pocket alpha 0.1 release

After many months of hard work, we are proud to announce the first official release of Pocket Network’s of our registry contracts, relay node software and dashboard to access the contracts. Pocket Network is decentralized infrastructure for developers. Anyone can run a node for any blockchain and propagate transactions to the given network. With initial […]

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Introducing Pocket Network

The first automobile ever to be invented is largely credited to Karl Benz in 1885. While the industrial revolution led to an explosion of automobiles and a boom in road construction in the 1920’s, the Federal Highway Act was not signed into law until 1956. This was the basis of the interstate system in the United States many of us know […]

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