📰 Blockmason Weekly Update: 2018–10–31

Welcome to the Blockmason Weekly Update!

Hello, Blockmason community! Another week is upon us, which means it’s time for another Weekly Update.

In this edition of the Weekly Update, Lndr website refresh, BCPT new exchange trading has opened, Lndr update v1.5 and more.

Are you ready? Let’s get started!

The Lndr Website Refresh

We are pleased to announce that we have recently updated the Lndr website. With the update comes a visual refresh as well as support for 24 different languages. We are excited and we hope you will be too.

Here are some of the changes.

You will find an updated list of features, easier access to information on how Lndr works, as well as reviews, videos and more.

Thank you to everyone who has been supporting Lndr. You can check out the new site at lndr.io

We have been thoroughly testing for bugs, but would love to hear your feedback if you run into any yourself. Let us know here.

A quick update on the upcoming release of Lndr v1.5

As today marks the end of October, we would like to provide a quick Lndr development update. If you have been following our development roadmap, then you know that Lndr v1.5 is due shortly. Our dev team has been working tirelessly to get this update released before the end of this month. However, that isn’t realistic, and we have updated the roadmap to reflect this. We are currently in bug testing mode for Lndr v1.5 and expect to release it in early November.

Version 1.5 is a significant update to Lndr, offering our users the ability to create and settle debts in a “stablecoin.” This stablecoin joins Ether (ETH) as a cryptocurrency settlement option, allowing you more flexibility in how you want to settle up. With Lndr v1.5, you can choose ETH, a stablecoin, or traditional fiat currency settlement with PayPal.

And no, we haven’t announced which stablecoin yet. It’s a secret! But stay tuned to our official Telegram communities, social media, and the Weekly Update as we have a fun contest planned for the launch of Lndr v1.5!

BCPT trading has opened on IDCM

Blockmason is pleased to announce that the Blockmason Credit Protocol Token (BCPT) has been listed on IDCM exchange. The BCPT-BTC and BCPT-ETH pairing have now both opened.

We’re proud to be working with IDCM, a new avenue for users and developers alike to easily acquire BCPT for their projects.

Who is IDCM?
International Digital Currency Markets is one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges by adjusted trading volume on CoinMarketCap. Currently ranked #18 by total volume, IDCM has millions of active users, hundreds of millions in trading volume and is an excellent new home for BCPT.

Lndr is our peer-to-peer bill-splitting and expense-sharing mobile app for iOS and Android. It uses the Credit Protocol and the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts and IOUs between friends. Essentially, “Venmo of the blockchain.”

Lndr supports dozens of currencies and allows users to settle debts in Ether (ETH). Lndr now also includes fiat currency settlement through integration with PayPal.

With the new addition of larger settlement and transfer options, it’s a great time to try out Lndr.

You can download Lndr for iOS on the App Store and Lndr for Android on Google Play

That’s everything for now! Thanks again for being part of the Blockmason community. Don’t forget to add or follow us on your social media networks by clicking on the buttons below.

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