ProtonUK Newsletter #26

2 years ago   •   4 min read

By ProtonUK

Hello Protonians,

Welcome to Newsletter #26

With this issue of the newsletter, we are celebrating half a birthday! Happy Half Birthday to our newsletter 🥳

We continue working on the analytics part of Proton Live as well as something new which we will be announcing very soon. Stay tuned!

We now have 20 users on the ProtonUK BP telegram group and 50 subscribers to the Proton live channel. Find the links at the bottom of the newsletter should you wish to join.

Thank you for all your support and have a great week!


Last week Proton team published the first update from the Proton Consortium. We get to see some of the WPS (Worker Proposal System) grants and changes to the block producer requirements.

Today, the Proton team announced episode 4 of the Web3StarsHere podcast that will feature Marshall and Lunarcrush's team. As always that's one not to miss so your reminders!


In the month of NFTs, the Proton team announced a partnership with the NEU Blockchain organisation, read more below:

Proton XPR got listed on another exchange - LATOKEN:

Proton Loan

Similarly to Proton XPR, LOAN was also listed on LATOKEN. That's not a top tier exchange but that's still great news as LOAN isn't on many exchanges. The more the better.

Following the last week's events around the LUNA ecosystem, the Proton team took action and disabled the use of XUST and XLUHA:

  • Proton and Metal data source: CoinMarketCap
  • Price change based on Sunday close price using latest data in range (UTC)
  • Loan data source: Protonscan (Alcor exchange + Protonswap)

Excellent summary from Irina on the complete Proton ecosystem. We are looking forward to the day when Metal Pay will be available in the UK too:

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