New Partnership Announcement — Stacktical (DSLA) x XYO Network (XYO)

Stacktical and XYO announce their partnership to empower the future of the travel industry and reinvent travel experiences using their respective technologies.

PARIS, FRANCE — Stacktical, a Blockchain Platform for managing Service Level Agreements (SLA), and XYO, the first Geospatial Blockchain Network, are joining forces to introduce Geospatial Decentralized Service Level Agreements to the travel industry and superchage the operations of airline companies, airports and more travel service providers....

DSLA Listing (Slightly) Delayed

No new listing date yet, but a matter of days

Originally scheduled for July 25th, 2019, we regret to inform you that the DSLA token listing has been posponed, due to unforeseen circumstances with DSLA deposits and withdrawals on the P2PB2B exchange. We have no exact date to share at this stage, but according to...

DSLA Listing Announcement

Mark your Calendar

We are pleased to inform the community that the DSLA utility token empowering the Stacktical Platform will be listed on the P2PB2B cryptocurrency exchange on Thursday, July 25th, 2019! P2PB2B is a Top 50 CMC exchange, with more than $165M in daily trading volume. DSLA...

Weekly Status Update: June 24th, 2019 - June 30th, 2019

A quick look at what kept us busy last week

Product & Technology Product / Stacktical Website Task  Status Specifications 100% Developments 65% Quality Assurance 25% Release ETA July 2019 Development is still in progress. Product / Stacktical Blog Task  Status Specifications 100% Developments 100% Quality Assurance 100% Release ETA Released No new developments for...

DSLA Vesting Schedule

Vesting Schedule

The distribution of the DSLA tokens to token sale contributors follows a specific calendar called a vesting schedule. A token vesting process is a common process in which a number of tokens are secured and locked away by a company for a certain period of...

Verizon Knocked Large Parts of the Internet Offline Yesterday

My name is route

On June 24th, Verizon accidently started routing Internet traffic through a small company in Nothern Pennsylvania for nearly three hours, causing a major outage of Cloudflare, Facebook, Amazon and other online service providers, including customers of the three aforementioned technology companies (including Discord). According to...