The Kin Foundation has partnered with FTX to provide Kin users on Ethereum an opportunity to perform a one-way swap to Kin SPL on Solana from their ERC-20 wallets holding the older and original version of the Kin token.
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!
The Kin Foundation offers Kin grants to qualified teams and individuals that can successfully bring meaningful contributions to the Kin Ecosystem. Our grant program is increasingly becoming more popular and we have received dozens of applications. As a result of reviewing a variety of applications, here are some tips to ensure your next grant application has the best chances of being successful.
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!
The Kin Foundation is pleased to announce that Alameda Research will provide liquidity for the Kin cryptocurrency on Serum, a fast-transaction throughput decentralized exchange with trustless cross-chain trading.