App scaling and building: HUMAN Newsletter #17
The highlight of May has been on building out the functionality and capacity of the apps where Workers complete tasks. This has involved the development and testing of a new iOS/Android app, and work on a new chain to facilitate increased task processing through the HUMAN App.
Jobgrader is a new mobile application (iOS and Android) that provides Workers with greater access and control of their work. Because the app is mobile, it provides users with a way to access more work from anywhere, while offering an easy way to manage their rewards and wallet.
The app is currently under Beta testing. 100 Workers using the HUMAN App will be selected to help with testing.
In the first quarter of the year, the HUMAN App was processing 100 million tasks a month on average. In April and May, the average is 165 million per month. That’s an incredible rate of increase; and it is only the beginning of what HUMAN Protocol can begin to facilitate.
The process of launching Jobs on SKALE has begun. This has not been rolled out to everyone, because we want to make sure that Workers rewards are safe – we cannot send HMT
The benefits of using techFiesta are numerous:
All of this is facilitated on the technological level by HUMAN Protocol.
The best part is, for the test run, all features apart from the bounties are free! If you are interested in running a Hackathon, please reach out to us and we’ll gladly put you in touch with Maria, the Ekolance CEO.
In Buenos Aires, HUMAN Protocol was present at the 8dia AI-based conference organized by the National Technological University.
Next up, we have a booth at Blockchance (28-31 June) in Hamburg. Come see us if you are around!
If you wish to enquire about integrations, usage, or to learn more about HUMAN Protocol, get in contact with the HUMAN team.
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