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UPDATE: Newsletter now hosted on Coin.dance and posted bi-monthly as of October 14, 2019.


BCH Open-Source Pulse: Vol #8 Period ending November 30, 2019


BCH Open-Source Pulse: Vol #7 Period ending October 14, 2019

Summary:
This is the seventh edition of the BCH Pulse developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated. We
will now be moving to a bi-monthly publication. Submissions are due in by the 1st and 15th of each month.
Information can be sent to the new email [email protected] Thanks!


BCH Open-source Pulse : Vol #6

# Weekly Summary
This is the Sixth week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated.


BCH Open-source Pulse : Vol #5

# Weekly Summary
This is the Fifth Week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated.



BCH Open-source Pulse : Vol #4

# Weekly Summary
This is the Fourth week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated. Two new projects have been added: Bitcoin Verde and BMP. Two new developers have been added: Joshua Green and Javier Gonzalez



BCH Open-source Pulse : Vol #3

# Weekly Summary
This is the third week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated. Three new projects have been added: P2PVPS, CCoinjoin, and Bitcoin Unlimited. 3 developers have been added: Chris Troutner, Paool Kim, and Jonathan Toomim.


BCH Open-Source Pulse : Vol #2

# Weekly Summary
"This is the second week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter. Existing projects have been updated. Six new projects have been added: Bitauth-ide, Simple Ledger, Spedn, Inter-wallet Transfer Plugin, Mecenas Recurring Payment Plugin, and TipBitcoin.cash. Five new developers have been added to the mailing list: Corbin Fraser, James Cramer, Jason Dreyzehner, Karol Trzeszczkowski, and Tendo Pein. Reorganized newsletter by alphabetical order and subject matter."



BCH Open-Source Pulse : Vol #1

"This is the first week of the BCH Pulse weekly developer newsletter.  The goal of this newsletter is to provide developers with better visibility into what is being worked on.  This is to enable the consolidation of efforts and better prioritization on what is most sorely needed. We’ve done our best to contact maintainers from well known open source projects, and get a pulse on what they’re currently working towards."
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