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100X Alt Coin Gems Set To Explode Soon And Here's Why It Will Happen

100X Alt Coin Gems Set To Explode Soon And Here's Why It Will Happen

Daily TokenomicsDaily Tokenomics12 Jun 2021 | 09:20 am
Youtuber Lark Davis mentioned in a video that low cap alt coin gems in Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem have 100x potential returns. He personally invested in these alt coins and mentioned short-term market sentiment are quite bearish where it could potentially drag this altcoins to further decline. However if Bitcoin were to slowly recover, there is potential hype going around these projects and will further pump the price of the alt coins.
Dock’s Proof of Stake Testnet Is Now Live

Dock’s Proof of Stake Testnet Is Now Live

Dock BlogDock Blog11 Jun 2021 | 17:29 pm
Dock is transitioning its mainnet to a Nominated Proof of Stake (PoS) algorithm. PoS is an algorithm in which the validators are selected on a blockchain based on the amount of tokens they have staked. In PoS, validators can be incentivized to perform their duties properly, as the staked tokens can be slashed in case of misbehavior.
Join Dock Network as a Proof-of-Stake Validator

Join Dock Network as a Proof-of-Stake Validator

Dock BlogDock Blog13 May 2021 | 14:00 pm
The transition of the Dock mainnet to the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus is expected to take place in June 2021. In preparation for this, the team is seeking parties that are interested in participating in the PoS network as a validator. The number of validators will increase from the current 11 to potentially several hundred candidates all competing for the 50 slots.
Dock Partners with Digital Credentialing Platform Xertify

Dock Partners with Digital Credentialing Platform Xertify

Dock BlogDock Blog05 May 2021 | 14:47 pm
Dock has announced a partnership with credentialing platform Xertify. The two companies share a mission to bring innovative credentialing solutions to organizations using blockchain technology. Dock is a platform designed to provide a simple solution for businesses and developers to build, manage and present digital credentials that are instantly verifiable using blockchain.
Dock To Release Verifiable Credentials API

Dock To Release Verifiable Credentials API

Dock BlogDock Blog29 Apr 2021 | 15:25 pm
Dock is making some of the network’s features available via an API, which is in effect a HTTP wrapper of the Dock SDK. The API will initially be available in JavaScript and developers will be able to generate their own API keys via our website. API removes the requirement for Dock tokens to process network transactions and payment for API usage will be made in
Dock Launches New Blockchain Explorer with Subscan

Dock Launches New Blockchain Explorer with Subscan

Dock BlogDock Blog23 Apr 2021 | 16:32 pm
Dock, in collaboration with Subscan, has launched a new explorer that reports on Dock network’s key data. The explorer allows Dock users and token holders to view key statistics, such as number of finalized blocks, number of circulating tokens, and details of the blocks, events, extrinsics and transfers on the chain.
Public Delegation Feature Released

Public Delegation Feature Released

Dock BlogDock Blog22 Apr 2021 | 14:24 pm
Dock’s delegatable credentials feature now allows delegations to be publicly posted and searchable. Delegators can publicly attest delegations by adding details of delegation to their DID documents on the Dock blockchain. Credential verifiers can now search for and obtain the publicly posted delegation information.
What Are the Roadblocks to a ‘Vaccine Passport’?

What Are the Roadblocks to a ‘Vaccine Passport’?

New York TimesNew York Times14 Apr 2021 | 09:00 am
A digital certificate of vaccination against the coronavirus is one of the hottest debates in the US over whether a "vaccine passport" should be required to prove immunization status. Currently, Americans are issued a white paper card as evidence of their Covid-19 shots, but these can easily be forged, and online scammers are already selling false and stolen vaccine cards. While the US government has said it will not introduce digital vaccine passports by mandate, a growing number of businesses say they will require proof of vaccinations.
The DOCK Token Migration is Now Complete

The DOCK Token Migration is Now Complete

Dock BlogDock Blog09 Apr 2021 | 07:58 am
Almost 963 million ERC20 DOCK tokens have been sent to the vault address of Dock’s mainnet. A total of 962.8 million of the 1B total supply have been migrated, equating to 96.28% of all tokens. 150 million of these tokens will be released as emission rewards for validators on the Dock mainnet, and to fund the treasury.
DOCK Migration Window Ends on 31st March

DOCK Migration Window Ends on 31st March

Dock BlogDock Blog26 Mar 2021 | 15:30 pm
Binance will be supporting their users to migrate from the DOCK ERC20 token to Dock’s mainnet token. All account holders who wish to participate must have their tokens in their Binance wallet no later than 1am UTC on March 28th. Users may see some movement of tokens for around a week after the migration ends.
Deploy Your EVM Smart Contracts on Dock

Deploy Your EVM Smart Contracts on Dock

Dock BlogDock Blog24 Mar 2021 | 16:16 pm
Dock has integrated the Dock mainnet with Parity’s Frontier project, making it possible to deploy smart contracts written in Solidity on Dock and interact with them using existing Ethereum libraries such as web3 or ethers-js. The team has created a tutorial for deploying a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). The tutorial contains step-by-step instructions for handling EVM accounts.
Delegatable Credentials Now Available

Delegatable Credentials Now Available

Dock BlogDock Blog15 Mar 2021 | 14:09 pm
Dock’s new feature, ‘private delegation’, allows credential issuers to delegate to other entities the ability to issue verifiable credentials. For example, a government may want to allow private test centers to manage the issuance of certain licenses on its behalf. Or a professional organization may delegate the credentialing authority to online learning platforms, so that members can receive credentials that are officially recognized by the organization.
Migration Extension Announcement

Migration Extension Announcement

Dock BlogDock Blog01 Mar 2021 | 10:17 am
Dock has extended the token migration until midnight (GMT) on the 31st of March 2021. Binance has confirmed that they will be supporting the mainnet token prior to the migration window closing. Dock will also be building a new Dock wallet during the course of this year with v0.1 release planned for Q3.
Dock’s 2021 Roadmap

Dock’s 2021 Roadmap

Dock BlogDock Blog03 Feb 2021 | 21:57 pm
The Dock team has released its roadmap for 2021. It aims to further decentralize and democratize the Dock network governance by transitioning to a proof-of-stake consensus protocol and allowing token holders to vote on key decisions. The team is also working on a feature that will enable credential issuers to delegate, to other entities, the ability to issue and revoke credentials.
Andy Laverty Joins the Dock Association

Andy Laverty Joins the Dock Association

Dock BlogDock Blog19 Jan 2021 | 20:35 pm
The Dock Association has welcomed Andy Laverty, an expert in finance and corporate governance, as its new member. Laverty is currently a Non-Executive Director at MaidSafe, which is building an autonomous and decentralised data network that will provide its users with freedom of expression, control over personal data, and a high level of security.
Token Migration Update

Token Migration Update

Dock BlogDock Blog15 Jan 2021 | 09:13 am
The 5-week incentive bonus period for the Dock token migration has ended. During this time, 222,268,512 tokens were submitted to the Vault (migration address) within the incentivization window and will share in the 20M swap bonus. In addition to the swap bonus, Dock made a vesting bonus pool available.
Governance Features Added to Dock Mainnet

Governance Features Added to Dock Mainnet

Dock BlogDock Blog13 Jan 2021 | 18:51 pm
Dock has introduced on-chain democratic governance features to the PoA mainnet. Holders of the new Dock token, as well as the members of the Dock Association Council, can now propose changes to the network. The Council will regularly review and vote on the proposals, and quickly act upon the ones they approve.
Certs: Now Available as a Self-Guided Demo

Certs: Now Available as a Self-Guided Demo

Dock BlogDock Blog07 Jan 2021 | 16:09 pm
Dock has released a new version of Certs, the reference web app created using Dock’s blockchain and SDK to demonstrate how easy it is to issue and manage verifiable credentials. The app is now available for self-guided demos and open-source development. Watch the video below to walk through the app with Sam Hellawell, our core developer.
Hackathon Winners ovrhd Build Solution on Dock

Hackathon Winners ovrhd Build Solution on Dock

Dock BlogDock Blog06 Jan 2021 | 09:00 am
Dutch startup ovrhd, winners of the prestigious Odyssey Momentum Hackathon, has built their solution on top of Dock’s technology. The solution is a tokenized urban ecosystem, in which tokens are used to manage crowds and enable voting procedures within the community. Ovrhd has secured a contract with The Hague and will run several pilots this year.
Dock Token Migration Incentive Extended until the 11th of January

Dock Token Migration Incentive Extended until the 11th of January

Dock BlogDock Blog30 Dec 2020 | 10:36 am
Over 76 million DOCK have been migrated through our portal so far. To incentivize holders to migrate, we offered a bonus to those who migrated within the first 4 weeks of the migration start. To ensure that as many of the community as possible can migrate and receive the incentives, we have decided to extend the incentivization period to midnight (GMT) on the 11th January.
Dock Awarded Contract to Advise German Development Agency on Professional Profile Data Wallet for Global Learners

Dock Awarded Contract to Advise German Development Agency on Professional Profile Data Wallet for Global Learners

Dock BlogDock Blog23 Dec 2020 | 11:07 am
Dock has been awarded a contract to assist Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, a German development agency that provides services in the field of international development cooperation. The 3-month project will see Dock provide expertise on the technical architecture and features for a professional profile data wallet linked to atingi, a digital learning platform.
Dock Integrating Chainlink To Price Credential Services in USD

Dock Integrating Chainlink To Price Credential Services in USD

Dock BlogDock Blog14 Dec 2020 | 13:30 pm
Dock is integrating Chainlink Price Feeds to enable issuers to price identity services on the Dock network in USD. Chainlink’s decentralized oracle network will provide a DOCK/USD Price Feed that Dock will use to calculate the transaction fees users must pay in DOCK tokens. The prices will be updated on an ongoing basis via Chainlink nodes.
10 Ways to Stay Safe During the Migration

10 Ways to Stay Safe During the Migration

Dock BlogDock Blog11 Dec 2020 | 10:54 am
Dock’s token migration is already underway and many have already taken advantage of the early migration incentives and swapped to our new DOCK token. At the time of writing, 18M tokens have been swapped. While this period of migration is exciting, it comes with risk as scammers may try to use the event to fraudulently part you from your DOCK tokens.
DOCK COO discusses how blockchain technology can support vaccine roll out

DOCK COO discusses how blockchain technology can support vaccine roll out

Health Tech WorldHealth Tech World11 Dec 2020 | 00:00 am
Dock is a platform designed to provide a simple solution for businesses and developers to build, manage and present digital credentials that are instantly verifiable using blockchain technology. Dock uses cryptography to issue tamper-proof credentials that can be anchored on the blockchain for time-specific data and audit trails. The technology can be utilised to support the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dock Token Migration Part 4: The Migration Begins

Dock Token Migration Part 4: The Migration Begins

Dock BlogDock Blog08 Dec 2020 | 18:51 pm
Dock is launching its token migration process, enabling current ERC20 tokens to be swapped to new tokens native to Dock’s own network. The new tokens will keep the same ticker symbol DOCK and will serve as the payment for network operations, rewards for validators, and voting mechanism in the network's decentralized governance.
Dock’s Anchoring Feature Is Now Live

Dock’s Anchoring Feature Is Now Live

Dock BlogDock Blog26 Nov 2020 | 00:08 am
Dock has enabled anchoring on its network. Anchoring allows users to store a digest of one or more credentials (or any files) on our blockchain, so that they are associated with immutable timestamps and hence can be proven to have been created at a certain point of time. The feature can be accessed through the Dock SDK or the network UI.
How Dock Compares to Blockcerts

How Dock Compares to Blockcerts

Dock BlogDock Blog21 Oct 2020 | 20:48 pm
Dock provides a standards-based solution for issuing digital credentials using blockchain, making them cryptographically secured, tamper-proof, and instantly verifiable. Dock enables issuers to create Decentralized Identities (DIDs) that prove an issuer’s identity and are embedded into all credentials issued by that entity. Unlike Blockcerts, Dock facilitates DIDs to be stored on-chain so verifiers can confirm exactly who issued the credential.
Dock’s Capabilities and its Mainnet Launch: A Quick Guide

Dock’s Capabilities and its Mainnet Launch: A Quick Guide

www.blockchain-council.orgwww.blockchain-council.org16 Oct 2020 | 10:54 am
Dock is an open-source, decentralized network for issuing verifiable credentials such as identity documents, licenses, educational degrees & training certificates, diplomas, etc. The mainnet will enable issuers to create their own DIDs to authenticate their credentials. Verifiable with Dock aims at streamlining the healthcare credential verification and monitoring process.
Dock Completes Claim Deduction Milestone

Dock Completes Claim Deduction Milestone

Dock BlogDock Blog15 Oct 2020 | 09:46 am
Dock has released the claim deduction feature, which allows inference of new claims from a set of verifiable credentials. Claim deduction can be used to create stackable credentials, a sequence of credentials that can be linked to form a larger, overarching credential. The feature can also be integrated with biometrics to fully automate ID verification.
Dock’s Path To Decentralized Governance | CoinCodex

Dock’s Path To Decentralized Governance | CoinCodex

coincodex.comcoincodex.com29 Sep 2020 | 11:00 am
The Dock Network is moving away from centralized intermediaries from issuing and managing credentials without decentralized governance. The mainnet launch of the Dock Network will see a select number of validators providing resources to the network, producing blocks and validating the transactions of other validators. The network will transition to a new governance phase called Vulcan-2, which will introduce democracy.
Nick Lambert Explains How Dock Will Solve Digital Credential Issues

Nick Lambert Explains How Dock Will Solve Digital Credential Issues

CoinspeakerCoinspeaker24 Sep 2020 | 08:00 am
Having obtained a diploma in Intercultural Communication, Julia continued her studies taking a Master’s degree in Economics and Management. Becoming captured by innovative technologies, Julia turned passionate about exploring emerging techs believing in their ability to transform all spheres of our life.
Q&A with Dock: Discussing use cases for Verifiable Credentials

Q&A with Dock: Discussing use cases for Verifiable Credentials

dExplaindExplain22 Sep 2020 | 07:19 am
Dock provides a range of tools that enables companies and developers to issue verifiable credentials, secured by blockchain technology. The project was founded in 2017 as an internal side project to decentralize data sharing, was spun-off into its own entity, and Dock was born. CEO Nick Lambert and COO Elina Cadouri discussed the project’s early vision, growing use cases, future marketing plans, and more.
Dock decentralize network governance with the creation of a new non-profit

Dock decentralize network governance with the creation of a new non-profit

Dock BlogDock Blog22 Jul 2020 | 16:59 pm
Swiss-based Dock has formed a non-profit organization to oversee the governance of the Dock Network. The organization is dedicated to overseeing the network’s roadmap, establishing and providing ongoing governance, overseeing the promotion of the network and also driving its adoption. The association will hand pick council members to sit on the council's board.
Dock’s Future in Decentralized Governance

Dock’s Future in Decentralized Governance

Dock BlogDock Blog20 Jul 2020 | 10:37 am
Dock is committed to creating an efficient, cost-effective method for managing and issuing verifiable credentials. We have been building a decentralized network on which organizations can create their own identities and use these identities to issue credentials that can be cryptographically verified. This approach removes unnecessary intermediaries and manual verification steps from the process of issuing credentials.
Dock pushes interoperability in completion of latest roadmap milestone

Dock pushes interoperability in completion of latest roadmap milestone

Dock BlogDock Blog23 Jun 2020 | 11:21 am
The Dock Network has released an early version of its Verifiable Credential API (CHAPI wallet) to test its interoperability with W3C’s Interoperability PlugFest Test plan. The API will provide a communication mechanism between the credential issuer and the credential holder, and the holder and verifier. This feature will provide communication over HTTP for documents through the CHAPI standard.
Dock releases the first W3C credential verifier

Dock releases the first W3C credential verifier

Dock BlogDock Blog21 May 2020 | 19:28 pm
Dock has released a universal credential verifier for W3C's Verifiable Credentials Data Model (VDCM) standard. The verifier is free to use and as it's from Dock it's open-source. Verifiable credentials will play a large role in many aspects of our lives in the future and we hope that this verifier, and the visual evidence it provides, will demonstrate the value of this technology moving forward.