Last week in Starknet Issue #14: Better security for users!
Stay updated with the latest developments in the Starknet ecosystem
gm everyone, and welcome to Last week in Starknet, where we summarise the key events in the Starknet ecosystem and much more!
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Avoid scams with Argent X’s new feature: verified dapps!
StarkTokyo 2023 kicks off 13th of April, 2023
Explore the future of Starknet
All this and more in this issue! 🚀
🔒 This update is a gamechanger for security!
Argent X released an update to make browsing Starknet significantly more secure - verified dapps!
This new feature hopes to combat fake dapps and scams by helping you identify if the dapp you’re interacting with is the authentic one, or a fake version of it.
🫂 Get connected with all your Starknet friends
Starknet Social, a social identity platform, announced their mainnet launch date…April 25th 2023, and everyone will be able to access the network from the start!
If you’re lucky enough to be a whitelisted user, then there’s even a special discount for you when you mint your mainnet account. How cool is that?!
🎉 Cairo-fuzzer 1.1.0 version is out!
Cairo-fuzzer is a tool designed for smart contract developers to test the security of their Cairo contracts.
The team at Fuzzing Labs announced the release of v1.1.0, which comes with support for running Starknet contracts, replaying fuzzing corpus, handling multiple arguments, and so much more!
If you’re a developer, you should totally check out the repo!
👀 A mini-documentary: Inside Starkware
Have you ever been curious as to the history and philosophy behind Starkware? If you’re reading this newsletter, then the answer is probably yes.
We’ve got some good news. Gurkha, created this awesome mini-documentary that takes a glimpse into Starkware’s Headquarters, including random interviews with some of the team members!
🧱 New building blocks for briq
The awesome team from Briq, announced their latest release last week. What’s really interesting in this release is that you can easily turn any image into briqs. Simply upload, chose the clarity, and like magic, it’s there.
You should check it out and if you like it, give them 5 stars on Dappland.com!
🔨 Learn to build, get NFTs
If you’ve been learning how to build on Starknet, you may have completed Cairomummies or Starklings education module. If you have, then you’re eligible for a cool NFT to show that you’ve completed the course. And if you’re Stark curious and want to start building, check out these courses.
🚀 New dapp, who’s this?
Every week, more and more teams are launching Starknet and last week was no different with options provider Carmine going live on mainnet. If you want to explore the future of finance on Starknet, Carmine is a great place to start!
Be careful, though, options can be complicated, which is why we have a beginners guide to options that you may find useful.
👀 Get the inside scoop at Argent
Last week, we organized our very first insider chat, as our CEO Itarmar, and CSO Julien Niset, discussed Argent, and our roadmap, and gave more insights as to what can be achieved with Account Abstraction!
If you missed the space, you can still listen to it.
🧱 Awesome Developer’s Resources
Setting up Cairo-lang v0.11 to declare and deploy smart contracts
Explore the future of Starknet, Cairo and Sierra
Introduce your friends to Starknet, with these ready-to-go slides from Starkware Dev Advocate, David Barretto.
👀 What to look out for!
StarkTokyo is almost here! The team from Starkware will be holding a dedicated Cairo 1.0 workshop on 14th April 2023 by 12:30 pm JST.
Starknet Asia Tokyo is packed with amazing sessions you’ll definitely not want to miss. Make sure you register, so you don’t miss out!
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