Say Hi to OpenZeppelin, the Company

Today we are announcing our new company name and brand structure: OpenZeppelin. This change allows us to look deeply at our brand and at how it can better reflect who we are and where we’re headed as an organization.

Launching the Zeppelin community forum

The Zeppelin community connects experts, beginners, and enthusiasts of smart contract and decentralized app development from all over the world.

Announcing the Wyre + Zeppelin TPL integration

Wyre and Zeppelin share an ambition to lower barriers to entry for blockchain entrepreneurs, so we’ve spun up an integration of the Transaction Permission Layer (“TPL”) and YES Token which does just that.

Transaction Permission Layer Protocol v1.0

The Transaction Permission Layer protocol (TPL) is a method for assigning metadata (herein referred to as “attributes”) to Ethereum addresses. These attributes then form the basis for designing systems that enforce permissions when performing certain transactions.

Compliant Decentralization?: Exploring an Approach to Utility Token Distribution

William Hinman’s recent statements at the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit provide some guidance for token projects intending to sell tokens as non-securities in the United States.

Setting Up a Bug Bounty Smart Contract with OpenZeppelin

The effect of having a market cap north of $10 Billion USD is that a growing number of blockchain enthusiasts trust putting their Ether only in smart contracts that have been vouched and fine-combed by security professionals.