You can liquidity mine ARA now!
You can stake in the Gysrs now. Rewards begin 2021-July-24 00:00:00 UTC.
The Ara project is pleased to announce that we’ve chosen SushiSwap and Gysr as platforms for liquidity mining…
TL;DR: Get the MetaMask app on your phone. Write your recovery phrase on paper. Buy or send in some ETH. Swap to ARA, contract address 0xa92e7c…ef7df5.
On your phone, go to metamask.io. From there, click to get MetaMask from your device’s app store. The app is free, and doesn’t require signing up or entering any personal information.
👋 Hi there! Here’s information about our June 2021 test run on Gysr; It’s correct but history. You probably want to read about the full plan for Liquidity Mining ARA, here 😁
You can liquidity mine ARA now!
The Gysr will release 1 million ARA over 10 days, starting 2021 June 18 02:00 UTC, which is in a few hours.
👋 Hi there! This is our community announcement from March 2021, when the world found ARA on Uniswap, we met some new frens, and began planning liquidity mining; It’s correct but history. You probably want to read about the full plan for Liquidity Mining ARA, here 😁
[Note: The Ara core team made this announcement in our Telegram and Discord channels on the night of 2021 March 29 in American time zones. I’m posting it here in Medium so you can get to it without having to scroll up a lot. Edits from the original include: (1) Linking account mentions…
Coinbase only carries 42 cryptocurrencies? Robinhood can ban things? Should I really feel comfortable giving any of these apps a scan of my passport? I thought crypto was supposed to be decentralized!
It is. Or more correctly, it can be. You can take control of your ETH, access the full universe of Ethereum-based altcoins, and take the power into your own hands. Here’s a step-by-step guide, using our token, ARA, as an example. Follow along to see how to move ETH into decentralized wallet software (using MetaMask and Etherscan), and then turn some of it into ARA (Using Uniswap).
We’re building Ara to let creators and fans break free of platforms that take too much value and control from both sides, and help platforms be better as a result. This earlier story talks more about the Ara File Manager, the kinds of problems we’re aiming to solve, and our plan for Ara to fix them.
I love airline miles. Every once in a while, I can get a better seat, or a free flight. But here are some things I don’t like about them:
We’re building Ara to let creators and fans break free of platforms that take too much value and control from both sides, and help platforms be better as a result. Last week’s post talks more about the Ara File Manager, the kinds of problems we’re aiming to solve, and our plan for Ara to fix them.
What does open source mean for you? Even if you’re not a coder, open source is important.
Would you buy…
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In August in Montréal, MUTEK, an international festival of digital creativity and electronic music, showcased fantastic projects combining art, music, spherical video, and virtual reality. I attended from Ara Blocks, a software startup dedicated to building tools for digital creators like these. MUTEK invited me to speak on the blockchain panel.
I head Product for Ara. We’re building software as a part of the currently emerging new generation of decentralized technologies, including decentralized identity, peer-to-peer content distribution, and of course, blockchain.
At the blockchain panel, Catherine Mathys of the Canada Media Fund…
What is Ara?
Ara is a new content protocol with decentralized rewards and distribution.
The Ara platform uses a peer to peer file system to deliver content through a distributed network, the blockchain to store license transactions for each file, and a decentralized identity for each user and piece of content in the network to ensure all data is secure and not owned by any central authority.
Ara enables any device in the world to become part of a global supercomputer, database, and delivery network all at once by utilizing its unused processing, storage, and bandwidth capacity.
What problems does…
This article is the first installment of a series exploring the intersection of blockchain and data. For this post, we will investigate the market capitalizations between tokens with and without supply maximums. In a future article, we will analyze historical, cryptocurrency market data (e.g. token age, price, rate of return, volatility, supply).
Should a cryptocurrency have a maximum supply (e.g. BTC) or an unlimited supply (e.g. ETH)? There are good theoretical reasons for and against having a max supply. A currency with a max supply would be similar to a finite commodity (e.g. gold). Therefore, it would never depreciate from…
Ara directly connects creators and fans, enabling distribution and payment without platform fees and limits.