Four years of effort comes to an end.
Mainnet is finally just around the corner.
The Carthage network is the last testnet before mainnet launch. A feature frozen full scale test before we're off!
Carthage is the last testnet before mainnet, and comes with a whole host of changes & updates to prepare us for takeoff
The Rhodes testnet update introduces the ability to buy and sell Video NFTs.
Joystream's latest testnet, Rhodes, is introducing buying and selling of Video NFTs. An exciting new step in the digital asset revolution.
Joystream is proud to announce our biggest update yet. We're introducing major Runtime, Governance, Onboarding, and Incentives improvements.
Joystream has raised another $5.85 million at a $60 million dollar valuation.
Our Giza release is now live, offering major improvements to content loading, content storage, work opportunities, and testnet incentives.
To make a long story short, we are making changes to the incentives scheme behind the Founding Members program, in order to make it simpler, more transparent, and clear. All
December 1, 2021 - Community call where we provided some updates on Giza release progress, explored voting power on mainnet, discussed how new participants can get Council seats and talked about whether Joystream will be a parachain.
November 17, 2021 - Community call where we leaked some details about the latest funding round, shared release updates, Ben explained how to contribute to the Founding Member's program, we introduced a new Chief Marketing Officer, and answered some of the community questions.
Our next release introduces the first implementation of the Storage and Distribution System we will use on mainnet, alongside other updates.
Our Sumer release is now live, offering major improvements to content uploads and the content directory system.
Our upcoming release introduces video uploads from our playback app, the new content directory, and the "Builder" role.
We have fixed Babylon's chain split bug and are happy to announce the release of the Antioch testnet earlier today.
After encountering a chain split bug on the now unrecoverable Babylon testnet, we have decided to transition over to the patched and improved Antioch network.
We are awarding loyal community members a generous chunk of mainnet tokens for their contributions to the project's success.
The upgrade to Babylon has been successful, and the first version of our video consumption experience is live!
Our upcoming content-focused testnet release, Babylon, provides some exciting changes for testnet participants.
The new chain for our Alexandria testnet has been launched, alongside an improved KPI reward structure for participants.
Alexandria is our latest release, focusing on important technical updates which will facilitate more efficient future development.
A smooth way to provide powerful GraphQL queries to app developers over your Substrate blockchain state and history.
The upcoming runtime upgrade will primarily affect the storage providers, by placing them in a new working group with a lead.
Constantinople is now live, offering an enhanced proposal system and a brand new fiat-backed incentive structure.