Community Newsletter (24–28 February)
Feb 28, 2020
Here is Fetch.ai’s community newsletter for the week commencing 24 February 2020. Stay up to date by following us on Twitter.
Highlight of the week
Celebrating the first anniversary of our token sale
This week we reflected on the progress we have made since our public token sale on Binance Launchpad on 25 February 2019 ?️
Over the past 12 months we have taken major strides forward. Take a look at some of our highlights.
Fetch.ai attends UK multi-agent systems symposium
On Monday, our head of cryptography David Galindo attended this prestigious event in London.
Held at the Alan Turing Institute — the UK’s national institute for data science and AI — it provided a great opportunity to share ideas about how autonomous agents, such as those on our network, can deliver solutions to complex problems.
Fetch.ai and Cambridge University co-organize new blockchain conference
The event will take place on 28 March in Cambridge and feature experts from leading academic institutions such as MIT, Yale University and the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Over the course of the day, they will discuss some of the applications of blockchain technology, including its groundbreaking implications for the finance sector.
This week, excluding merges, 7 authors have pushed 6 commits to the main branch and 11 commits to all branches. On the main branch, 259 files have changed and there have been 3,244 additions and 2,175 deletions. See all updates.
Bounties, hackathons and competitions
The Fetch.ai technical bounty program
Help us improve the reliability and performance of our network. Find and report technical issues and be awarded $FET ?
? Find a technical issue in Fetch.ai’s GitHub ledger repository
? Report it as an issue on GitHub
?️ Additional award for a fix
Critical: $10,000 in FET
Major: $6,000 in FET
Medium: $2,500 in FET
Low: $800 in FET
More bounties are coming soon involving autonomous agents, mobile applications and much more — watch this space!
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