We propose a minor update to the current KRE that protects the KRE from a vulnerability of parked accounts with large balances that appear to be outliers. This is a minimal change and will not require any changes from apps.
New updates are being made to the Kin SDKs and related tools, as outlined in the Tech Roadmap to Migration Completion. Those updates have already begun shipping, with more on the way, according to the dates below
The Kin Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded a bounty for the successful launch of a new tutorial. Contributed by community developer Xing Yi, developers now have a starter kit for Java (Android) and tutorial for Java (Android). Stay tuned for an iOS tutorial in the next few weeks!
Kik is a popular instant messaging app that allows users to take on any persona they wish to connect with friends over common interests, or make new ones. With millions of active users, Kik has boasted some of the highest engagement of any social networking app
The Kin Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded strategic ecosystem grants to community developer Beeman to support the execution of his proposal to develop a Kin Web Wallet for both users and developers, as well as both a Kin Web SDK and a React Native SDK to make it even easier to develop new applications with the Kin cryptocurrency.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a community-led developer tutorial site: https://kintegrate.dev
Kintegrate was launched by developers in our community and supported by the Kin Foundation. The goal is to help new developers understand and integrate Kin more easily into their apps.
Currently, the tutorials cover integrating into Android (Kotlin) for the front-end and NodeJs for the back-end. They also have drop-in code that developers can use to immediately start testing their apps with Kin, by looking at the sample implementations. Head over to that website to check them out!
New NFTs, Social Networks, and User Incentives To Integrate the Kin Cryptocurrency – The Kin Foundation is excited to announce three upcoming mobile and web apps that will be joining the ecosystem with brand new use cases for Kin.
As we approach the end of Q1 2021, it is important to analyze the way that Kin Rewards Engine 3.0 has affected developer and user behavior, as well as its impact on the Kin Economy. Check out the Q1 KRE Performance Report for more information.
Welcome back, developers! Let’s start with a short recap to everyone up-to-date. It’s been quite a busy month for both Kik Engineering and the Kin Foundation as each continues to push forward on their key initiatives. Kik’s main focus is their Technical Roadmap published earlier this month. The ultimate goal here is to clean up the SDKs and improve tooling to get them in a place where they can easily be handed over and maintained by the Kin Foundation. The Kin Foundation is continuing their focus on growing the Kin Ecosystem and attracting Developers to innovate with Kin. As mentioned in the last Kin Developer Report, one of the earlier initiatives was the “Listening Tour” which aimed to listen and understand the pain points of the past so that they can continue to iterate and improve. More on this in the following sections.