Get ready to stake ETH and become a tBTC signer! tBTC signing with only ETH starts July 8th! Stakedrop Announcement Here!

An Update on tBTC’s Launch

On Friday, May 15, the alpha version of tBTC -- release candidate zero (rc.0) -- went live. On the morning of May 18, the 10-day emergency…

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Details of the tBTC Deposit Pause on May 18, 2020

On the morning UTC of May 18, 2020, the 10-day emergency pause of deposits allowed by the TBTC System contract was triggered. The action was…

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How tBTC Lets People Use Bitcoin on Compound

tBTC lets people use Bitcoin to act on the Ethereum blockchain. One of the first things people will be able to do with their TBTC is an…

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What Is DeFi?

Decentralized finance -- or DeFi -- is a term for financial services delivered through decentralized technology, particularly blockchains…

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3-in-1: How tBTC is ERC-20, ERC-721, and Stablecoin

TBTC allows people to act on the Ethereum blockchain using Bitcoin. TBTC is minted when a user provides proof of their BTC deposit, and it…

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tBTC Launch Supported by 75 Percent of DeFi Market

The launch of tBTC, the open-source project that allows people to use Bitcoin safely in Ethereum DeFi apps, began this week with the support…

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tBTC Launch: Key Dates

tBTC will begin moving toward full mainnet launch over the coming weeks. Launch will occur over a series of milestones starting April 24th…

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Become a tBTC Permissionless Signer: Stake ETH, Earn KEEP

The first Keep “stakedrop” will begin June 8th. Any ETH holder can earn fees by becoming a tBTC signer. Register here for the virtual event…

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tBTC Will Launch on April 27, 2020

tBTC will launch on Ethereum mainnet on April 27th, 2020. Users will have full functionality to deposit BTC, mint and redeem TBTC, and use…

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tBTC Is Now Fully Open-Sourced

tBTC is now fully open-sourced, including the code for signers’ groups. The Keep ECDSA, which underlies the signers’ groups, is now publicly…

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tBTC’s Reference dApp is Now Open-Source

The reference dApp for tBTC is now open-source! Anyone interested in integrating tBTC is welcome to fork and customize the dApp fit their…

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tBTC 101

tBTC is a sidechain designed to allow BTC holders a way to earn yield with their Bitcoin trustlessly, using decentralized finance (DeFi…

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tBTC on Ropsten

tBTC is Open-Source and Live on Ropsten The first release of tBTC is now live on Ropsten, the public Ethereum testnet. To try minting your…

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Announcing tbtc.js

A new library, tbtc.js, is live on GitHub, representing the easiest, safest way to integrate Bitcoin in your Ethereum dApp. tbtc.js makes it…

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