- Flowcode, the world's most advanced QR technology and offline to online leader, announced a strategic partnership with POAP. Flowcode CEO Tim Armstrong was interviewed on CNBC (behind paywall) and discussed the new partnership.
- At EthCC in Paris, Vitalik Buterin discussed the important role "pope" [sic] could play in identity and personal reputation systems:
- Erin Nolan, senior product designer at Coinbase, blogged about how to create a POAP:
- Singaporean crypto exchange Bybit blogged about POAPs.
THE PEOPLE WANT THE POAPS
THIRD PARTY TIME
Builders are the unsung heroes of the POAP ecosystem. Check out the POAP Directory for more info on third-party integrations.
This week's builder highlights:
- POAP.in, created by the developer Glory Lab, now has an iPhone app available in the App Store, which includes features such as the integration of WeLook Moments.
- POAP Community Calls are held every Wednesday at 11PM UTC in the POAP Discord. Last week's call had ~1,600 listeners.
- There were POAPs galore at the Ethereum Community Conference (EthCC) last week, including: a POAP for hackers and sponsors, dozens of "You've Met Me" POAPs, a POAP for attendees of the after party, and drops by brands/teams such as Ledger, 1inch, iExec, CoW protocol, and Aave.
- English football club Manchester City celebrated their Premier League title with a POAP.
- Lacoste dropped a POAP at its first community event in the flagship Lacoste Arena in Paris.
- Christie's dropped a POAP at their Art and Tech Summit in New York.
- The Players' Tribune dropped a POAP at their annual "Players' Night Out" party, co-hosted by Derek Jeter.