ACINQ Advises Not to Use Eclair Wallet At the Moment

Developers said that they "may have lost the signing key allowing us to update the app"
09 April 2018   509

The developers of the French blockchain start-up ACINQ advised users of the Lightning wallet Eclair to temporarily refrain from using it.

ACING Twitter
ACING Twitter

According to them, this decision is caused by accidental deletion of the signature key of the app. The developers assured the users that this measure is forced, and promised to fix the errors soon, releasing the corresponding update for this Android-application.

ACINQ has already removed the Eclair app from the Google Play and the link to the installation file from the Github.

The release of the mobile purse Eclair with support for Lightning Network was held on April 4.

BMW, Intel to Join Forces With Singapore DLT Accelerator

Tribe Accelerator was launched in December 2018 and is supported by Singapore authorities
25 March 2019   79

A Singapore-sponsored blockchain accelerator Tribe has partnered with BMW Group Asia, Intel and Nielsen. It is reported by CoinDesk.

In the framework of cooperation, companies will share their experience with startups developing solutions in the field of DLT technologies.

Thus, the BMW Group Asia will hold a series of master classes on the use of the blockchain under conditions of widespread demand. Intel Corporation will advise start-ups in business and technology development, and Nielsen will provide a sandbox for testing new solutions.

The Tribe Accelerator was launched in December 2018 in collaboration with the South Korean ICON Foundation and the Singapore venture capital firm PwC. Among the projects implemented by the company is the blockchain solutions implementation in cooperation with ConsenSys.

In early March, the Argentine government announced plans to invest in blockchain startups in the early stages of development, which received support from the venture capital unit of Binance.