Community Newsletter (2–6 December)
12月 6, 2019
Here is Fetch.ai’s community newsletter for the week commencing 2 December. Stay up to date by following us on 推特.
Partnership with Cambridge University ?
We have announced a 合伙 与剑桥大学制造研究所合作，通过AI多代理系统和我们的下一代区块链开发供应链用例。
Together we will deliver the real world proof of concepts for the decentralized economy of tomorrow ⚡️
Aries Technology Release ?
This week we unveiled our final tech release before the launch of the mainnet. It incorporates several machine learning features, including major enhancements to the Fetch.ai virtual machine.
Tokens, tokens, mainnet tokens!
As we approach the release of our mainnet, some members of the community have sought clarification regarding the conversion of ERC20 FET tokens to the native FET tokens. As ever, we are keen to make this as simple as possible. In this article, CTO Toby Simpson outlines the next steps of this process.
Sharing weather data using Fetch.ai autonomous agents
Agents on the Fetch.ai network share knowledge autonomously to benefit their owners. To do this they:
? Find each other
⚖️ Negotiate terms
Blockchain for Europe meetings (Brussels, 9–11 December)
Last year Fetch.ai co-founded Blockchain for Europe alongside Ripple, NEM and Cardano. Representatives including our head of business development Maria Minaricova will be meeting newly elected MEPs in the Belgian capital to discuss how to harness the exciting potential of AI and blockchain technology.
Fetch.ai ranked #5 in the world
Based on development activity over the last month, Fetch.ai was ranked number five in the world of all ERC20 based development projects.
Following the release of our Aries update, the team is now focusing on delivering the mainnet release later this month. As part of this process, they are working to enhance the network’s stability and to implement bug fixes.
本周，除合并外有 15位作者 已经提交 38 commits 到主分支以及 61 commits 在所有分支。在主分支上， 248 files 已更改，有 11,967 additions 和 4,019 deletions. 查看所有更新.
帮助我们提高网络的可靠性和性能。 查找和报告技术问题 就可获得$FET ?奖励。
? Find a technical issue in Fetch.ai’s GitHub ledger repository