Hedera Hashgraph Blog

Hedera Hashgraph’s HBAR Coin Added to Atomic Wallet

Feb 27, 2020Hedera Hashgraph

Dallas, TX — February 27, 2020 — Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise-grade distributed ledger, has announced the addition of its native HBAR coin to Atomic Wallet, the decentralized multi-currency wallet with built-in atomic swaps.

Hedera Hashgraph Announces Ledger Nano S and Nano X Wallet Implementations

Feb 26, 2020Hedera Hashgraph

Dallas, TX — February 26, 2020 — Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise-grade distributed public ledger, has announced an integration with the Nano S and Nano X wallets from Ledger, a highly secure, trusted, and widely available hardware wallet developer on the market.

Acoer Coronavirus Tracker, Powered by Hedera Hashgraph, Now Freely Available to General Public with Added Clinical Trial Data

Feb 26, 2020Hedera Hashgraph

Following up on last week’s announcement that Acoer is helping organizations easily track and visualize the Coronavirus outbreak with its HashLog data visualization engine, the company has now made the dashboard publicly available to anyone, at acoer.com/coronavirus.

Why I Left Silicon Valley for a Startup in Texas

Feb 19, 2020Cody Littley

I am the epitome of risk averse person. I drive at (or below) the speed limit. I do not play the lottery or spend money at casinos. I neither gained nor lost a significant amount of money when the price of Bitcoin soared and then inevitably crashed. I like to fill my time with low risk activities, like watching Netflix or building functional hard drives in Minecraft.

Get started with Hedera's JavaScript SDK

Feb 18, 2020Cooper Kunz

This tutorial takes you through getting started with Hedera and JavaScript. We'll use the Hedera JavaScript SDK to send your first hbar transfer and be ready to build applications on the Hedera network.

AdsDax launches Hedera Consensus Service showcase application

Feb 13, 2020The AdsDax Team

This demo application by AdsDax was created using the Hedera Go SDK that shows the end-to-end process as events are tracked, sent to the Hedera network and then collected after being processed by the Consensus Service.

Teleconsensus AI bot uses Hedera Consensus Service to create a verifiable and timestamped log of Telegram messages

Feb 13, 2020Teleconsensus

The Teleconsensus AI bot uses Hedera Consensus Service to solve the problem of Telegram communities lacking a trusted, timestamped audit log of what was sent, edited, or removed by administrators and community members.

Hedera Consensus Service: Live on the mainnet

Feb 13, 2020Brady Gentile

We’re happy to share that the Hedera Consensus Service is now available on the Hedera mainnet. Learn about how to get started building with HCS, how it came to be, early results observed on the Hedera testnet, and application use cases.

February 2020 development update: HCS live on mainnet

Feb 13, 2020Donald Thibeau

The Hedera Consensus Service is now live on the mainnet. This blog posting details the the latest mainnet release, which includes an update to mirror node v.0.5.4, updated SDKs, fees supporting new HCS API calls, and the "SDK Extension Components".