FOSS in Crypto: Bots, Audius, and "Crypto Code Commits Remain Near All-Time Highs"

Best Free and Open-Source Crypto Trading Bots, Rated and Reviewed
Crypto trading bots have become an increasingly popular tool for experienced bitcoin traders who want to deploy automated bitcoin trading strategies. As a result, there are now over a dozen trading bots (with ranging subscription prices) that digital currency traders can use.
Fortunately, for traders who want to test out algorithmic trading before committing funds toward a specific bot, there are several free trading bots from which to choose. Here’s an introduction to the most popular free, open-source bitcoin trading bots available in 2019.

Blockchain Music Streaming Startup Unveils Source Code, Incentives
Audius, a blockchain startup that aims to disrupt the music streaming industry, has uploaded its public beta version.

Blockchain music-streaming service Audius gears up for public beta
A new streaming service with its sights set on making the middlemen of the music biz obsolete is inching closer toward its goal of disrupting the Spotifys and SoundClouds of the world.
After a year of development, and armed with $5 million in investment capital from VC firms General Catalyst, Lightspeed, and Pantera Capital, blockchain startup Audius is finally ready to show the world what it’s been working on.

Crypto Code Commits Remain Near All-Time Highs, Despite Price Declines
The least committed contributors were the first to leave as cryptocurrency market caps went south.
That’s the main finding from Electric Capital’s second “Developer Report,” which was published Monday. The report analyzes code activity in all the open-source repositories in crypto and follows the venture capital firm’s first such report from March.
While there’s a sense that protocols and projects have been losing code contributors, the majority of developers that left crypto during the market correction in the first half of 2019 (77 percent of them) were the least committed contributors to the least promising projects.

read moreBest Free and Open-Source Crypto Trading Bots, Rated and Reviewed
Crypto trading bots have become an increasingly popular tool for experienced bitcoin traders who want to deploy automated bitcoin trading strategies. As a result, there are now over a dozen trading bots (with ranging subscription prices) that digital currency traders can use.
Fortunately, for traders who want to test out algorithmic trading before committing funds toward a specific bot, there are several free trading bots from which to choose. Here’s an introduction to the most popular free, open-source bitcoin trading bots available in 2019.

Blockchain Music Streaming Startup Unveils Source Code, Incentives
Audius, a blockchain startup that aims to disrupt the music streaming industry, has uploaded its public beta version.

Blockchain music-streaming service Audius gears up for public beta
A new streaming service with its sights set on making the middlemen of the music biz obsolete is inching closer toward its goal of disrupting the Spotifys and SoundClouds of the world.
After a year of development, and armed with $5 million in investment capital from VC firms General Catalyst, Lightspeed, and Pantera Capital, blockchain startup Audius is finally ready to show the world what it’s been working on.

Crypto Code Commits Remain Near All-Time Highs, Despite Price Declines
The least committed contributors were the first to leave as cryptocurrency market caps went south.
That’s the main finding from Electric Capital’s second “Developer Report,” which was published Monday. The report analyzes code activity in all the open-source repositories in crypto and follows the venture capital firm’s first such report from March.
While there’s a sense that protocols and projects have been losing code contributors, the majority of developers that left crypto during the market correction in the first half of 2019 (77 percent of them) were the least committed contributors to the least promising projects.

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