View profile

Valist Web3 Newsletter - Issue #3
Gm gM GM! What’s up web3 devs? Welcome to the Valist dev letter, where we bring you updates on the latest from Valist and the web3 developer ecosystem!
Valist dev-letter the hub in Github 😄

The newsletter today has 3 sections:
  1. Updates and Announcements
  2. What to look out for next week
  3. Latest Web3 News and Educational content
Updates and Announcements
The main highlights for the week were;
  • Dark mode
Dark Mode Enthusiasts, ASSEMBLE!
Yes, you heard that right, we’ve finally implemented the much-awaited dark mode on our website. Have a little sneak peek here! We can add a Link/Image.
  • Integrated RainbowKit
Colorful as a rainbow
Yeah we just integrated the ability to connect your Rainbow wallet to Valist 🔥
  • Updated web app design
Our new design is so sleek we don’t need gel
New Dark mode, Easier Navigation and updating to Mantine (still so much more coming!)
Other Updates
  • Updated forms with Mantine for better stability
  • Initial migration to our custom design and component system from Tailwind
  • added tons of Jest frontend unit tests for better stability
What to look out for Next Week
The biggest thing to look out for next week is the Website navigation redesign. This promises to both look good and is easy to use. Not to give away too much, We will be moving the navigation bar to the side and improving the ease of use to both publish and launch
(not the final version)
(not the final version)
Latest Web3 News and Educational Content
Web3 Is About More Than Tech, Thanks to Its Inclusivity
According to a recent study by The Harris Poll, “While just 16% of U.S. adults overall own cryptocurrency, 18% of Black Americans have gotten in on it. For Latino Americans, the figure is 20%.” Additionally, about 44% of those who own crypto are people of color
Months after saying ‘STOP ASKING ME TO DO NFTs,’ Kanye West is going to do NFTs
Kanye West could be preparing to mint his own non-fungible tokens (NFT), according to 17 new trademark applications filed around the rapper’s Yeezus alter ego. The move suggests the popular rapper-designer may have softened his anti-NFT stance since publicly criticizing digital art collectibles earlier this year.
Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No @valist_io

Web3-native software distribution. Subscribe for the latest on Valist, web3 engineering, security, and other great topics!

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Created with Revue by Twitter.