A Centralized Calendar For A Decentralized World

Digital asset projects are typically freely available to modify, update, and run, which leads to software updates that create forks, chain splits, airdrops, and other events that impact a token and its value. Events create opportunities for managed funds and issues for service providers, so the DAR Crypto Events Calendar creates a centralized view of upcoming events, technical developments, and more. 

Upcoming Events

Ethereum (ETH) Execution Layer Meeting #179

January 18, 2024

Ethereum | ETH


Avalanche (AVAX) Avascan Transition

January 23, 2023

Avalanche | AVAX

Polkadot (DOT) Updates Series Starts

January 24, 2024

Polkadot | DOT

Comprehensive Asset & Event Coverage

The Crypto Events Calendar offers complete coverage for over 50 of the largest and most important digital asset projects – including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and Solana – by aggregating data from hundreds of sources, including software repositories, developer and governance calls, blog posts, project websites, social media and more. See details on:

– Forks and Airdrops
– New Token Listings/De-Listings
– Regulatory Deadlines
– Token and Product Launches
– Policy Changes
– Industry and Developer Conferences
– Client Updates
– Reward Halving
– Token Governence Events
– Exchange Events
– Storage and Custody Events
– Webinars

Simplify Blockchain Node Updates

The blockchains that digital assets run on are regularly updated to implement software releases that introduces new features and change the way the network operates. Tracking update details across multiple assets and blockchains can be complicated and missing an update could cause a node to fall behind the network

If you are runing a node, the Crypto Event Calendar simplifies staying in sync with the network by providing details on upcoming:
– Client software and Security Updates
– Application Updates
– Soft Forks & Hard Forks

Get out in front of Crypto Events.