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OPEN Technical Update: Building For the Future of Crypto

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OPEN Community, Thank you all for your continued support! Although many other projects are concerned about market conditions, we definitely resonate with ShapeShift CEO, Erik Voorhees, on building the future of crypto. OPEN has continued to make tremendous technical progress over the past few weeks with our Github nearing 3,000 commits!

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OPEN Technical Update: Major Upcoming Release and Huge Changes to the OPEN Chain

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Check out https://docs.openfuture.io/ for our API Documentation! Hello OPEN Community! As we continue to progress towards our official token swap and testnet launch, the OPEN development team has been working hard and putting out a great deal of developments and improvements to our OPEN API and OPEN Chain! Our next technical update will include a […]

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OPEN Development Surging Ahead: Record Number of GitHub Commits and More Technical Updates

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We have continued to charge through our technical timeline! OPEN Community, As we continue to launch towards our token swap, testnet, and many other developments, we’d like to share a quick update on what we have been up to recently. While the overall crypto market sentiment is recovering, we have been quietly working hard, putting […]

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OPEN Platform Progress Update: Rapidly Accelerating Through Our Roadmap

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The OPEN development team has been hard at work on the technical goals for our Scaffold Generator, API, and OPEN Chain. We previously announced the release of our API documentation, Scaffold Generator, and Scaffold templates, allowing any developer or company to begin accepting cryptocurrencies through the OPEN API. Scaffold Implementation The team just finished with […]

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OPEN Progress Report: Technical Recap and Highlights

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Hi there, we wanted to remind everyone that the first snapshot occurs on June 29th at 1:00 pm PST, with the the date to register your wallet for the Snapshot occurring on June 28th at 11:59 PM PST. Here is the Snapshot Registration link. In this email you can find a few useful links that […]

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Crushing Our Roadmap: Adding Business Logic to OPEN API

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Happy Monday OPEN Community! Our technical team has made some phenomenal progress that we would like to share with you guys. First things first, for open-source developer community, here are all public repositories our team is currently working with: https://github.com/OpenFuturePlatform/open-api — OPEN API https://github.com/OpenFuturePlatform/open-api/releases/tag/v2.2.0 – OPEN API v2.2.0 Release Notes https://github.com/OpenFuturePlatform/open-api/releases/tag/v2.2.1 – OPEN API v2.2.1 […]

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Technical Update – Our API Documentation is Now Live!

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Hey OPEN Community! Last week you got to meet our technical team members and now we are super excited to give you an update on what we have been working on. OPEN was focused on making an API that makes it incredibly easy for application developers to accept cryptocurrencies as payment in a way that […]

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OPEN Releases Kotlin based Scaffold Generator and Public Github

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Scaffolds and Scaffold Generator We are happy to finally publish our fully refactored, Kotlin based Scaffold Generator and on-chain Scaffold implementation! In this post, we will guide you through the updates and also announce our public github repositories and OPEN Chain developments. When you first go to api.openfuture.io, sign in with your google account, the […]

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OPEN Community Technical Update – Improving the Scaffold and Outlining the Future

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This week has been incredibly wild for us, as we’re sure it has been for our community too. Since the Asia roadshow, over 10,000 people have now joined our Telegram, pushing it up to 62,000 people. On the roadshow we announced several technical partnerships and outlined how OPEN will be building the future. We have […]

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Complexities of Blockchain Development and the Need for OPEN

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The name “Smart Contracts” is often referenced ironically by software developers because most of the time, they aren’t. Smart Contracts are inherently restricted in their utility by the limits of blockchain technologies, and that often extends into the structure of the language used to program them. Worse yet, the structure of the language is different […]

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