• Engineering at Parity: What it's like

    What's it like to work at Parity? Here at Parity we pride ourselves on being an open source company. We build open source software and operate in the open with all code and
  • Polkadot co-founder Robert Habermeier named 2018 Thiel Fellow

    The Thiel Foundation announced the 2018 class of Thiel Fellows, and Parity’s own Robert Habermeier has been selected as a recipient. The 20-year-old Washington D.C. native will receive $100,000 over
  • PICOPS to be discontinued on May 24th, 2018

    After assisting many ICOs and token sales last year, we are sad to announce that Parity ICO Passport Service (PICOPS) will no longer be operational as of May 24th, 2018. PICOPS is a
  • Parity 1.11 Beta: Now with Private Transactions

    Parity 1.11 Beta is here: a faster, more extensible Ethereum client. This huge update to Parity Ethereum allows you to create encrypted contracts and transactions on-chain and warp-sync to specific blocks. Now
  • Creating a lighter experience

    It’s easy to think of Parity Wallet UI and Parity Blockchain client as the same thing, but the wallet UI is really a DApp like any other. Many users run their node on its own or with other DApps. Since the UI and the node are two distinct units, we will soon start shipping them as such.
  • Parity Signer and MyCrypto: Securely sign transactions offline

    Parity Signer, available for iOS and Android, is an offline mobile app that securely generates and stores your private keys. Most mobile wallets connect to the internet, but Parity Signer gives you one
  • Private Transactions, WebAssembly, and Permissioning: New Features Supported by Energy Web Foundation to Power a Blockchain for Energy

    There’s been a lot of buzz about blockchain technology’s potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries, but most blockchains available to the public simply won't meet an industry's unique requirements
  • Fighting hunger with blockchain

    As millions continue to be affected by conflict and natural disasters, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) has recognised the potential of blockchain as a tool that can help feed the hungry. Every