Solving Problems on the Blockchain - Tokenly Updates
Published on April 9th, 2016 by Adam B. Levine
On Episode 289...
First, we'll hear about the basics of Tokenly for Crowdfunding. Then, we'll be joined by Stephanie for a conversation about Minimum Viable Data or MVD and the prototype Tokenly Music project. Later, we'll check in with Devon and Nick, Tokenly's two technical co-founders about Ethereum support and APIs. Then finally we'll rejoin Stephanie to talk about the two biggest problems in the way of any mainstream cryptocurrency use, and how Tokenly has solved them.
Next week we'll be announcing a Tokenly integration contest - Although full details won't be announced until then, you can take a look at our various APIs in the shownotes.Read More
Published on February 9th, 2016 by Adam B. Levine
Use a Tend Catalog to sell anything from software and songs to cars and cauliflower while accepting dozens of kinds of value from Credit Cards to Bitcoin, Tokens to Altcoins
This comprehensive tutorial explains all features and goes over everything you need to know to get up and selling.
Published on January 20th, 2016 by Adam B. Levine
This week instead of talking about a current Tokenly project, I wanted to get a little hypothetical and talk about one of the non-monetary uses of Tokens that I sometimes think about.
Tokens, Trains and Right-of-Way
Some time ago I was spoke with Birdie Jaworski, editor of Very Much Wow magazine about tokens and train intersections. Right now train systems have lots of dumb infrastructure (Tracks, switches, etc) carrying smart (automated) trains from smart station to smart station.
So trains and stations need to talk to each other in order to keep an accurate picture of where the various moving parts are. When those moving parts find themselves in the same place at the same time you get a news-worthy catastrophe.
Imagine for a moment we have unlimited funds and manpower to fix this problem. The simplest way would be to station a traffic controller at every single junction with a powerful two way radio, a brain and the ability to communicate with nearby trains.
Published on January 12th, 2016 by Adam B. Levine
This year we're excited to share what we've built in weekly updates, of which this is the first.
This weeks update contains
- an exclusive video preview of Enhanced Tokens and how simple they are to create within your wallet
- Comprehensive Manuals and Guides for Users and Operators of Swapbot Vending Machines
- Our first Token Giveaway, where each week you can win valuable redeemable tokens. This
Tokenly Video Update #1
Early Look at Enhanced TokensRead More
Tokenly Pockets Updated to V0.1.11 - New Permissions, Pay-with-Pockets buttons and Export/Import Address LabelsPublished on September 3rd, 2015 by Adam B. Levine
This morning @loon3 rolled out the latest version of the Tokenly Pockets Multi-Token Wallet to the Chrome store which contains some changes that are both helpful now but will be even more helpful as the Tokenly ecosystem grows over the next year.
Within about an hour of that update going live, I received an email from a user of Pockets who had noticed the new version asks for more permissions than the old one, which is totally true.
Here's the email a...Read More
Published on August 18th, 2015 by Adam B. Levine
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Published on July 20th, 2015 by Adam B. Levine
The first Swapbot FAQ has been released! Please ask additional questions in the comments.
Saturday the 25th of July, 2015 you're invited to join us for an inside look at the Tokenly Ecosystem and some of its early inhabitants.
We'll be looking at and answering questions about Vending, Redemption and Wallet Services as well as the bigger picture of what this all means and why it matters.
See you there!