HUMAN community newsletter (#18)
June was a month of developing and building out the core use cases of the Protocol with work ongoing to improve the HUMAN App’s enormous potential, and with developments, too, in the ecosystem and collaborators.
Most recently, you might have missed our blueprint for a community governance model – this is not set in stone, but will be voted on by the community.
Transactions on SKALE are live – with 231,620 tasks completed between 14 June and 27 June. The traffic on SKALE is at about 5% while the core developers find solutions to bring more volume on in a cost effective manner. Altogether, over 11 million transactions have beencompleted through the HUMAN App in total (not to be confused with individual tasks, which are much higher, at 1.3 billion).
One big update is the decision to limit Workers to 500 tasks per day per wallet to allow more people to complete tasks.
The JobGrader app – which will soon become the focus of Workers work – is currently being tested. The payments functionality is working well, and we look forward to sharing this new solution with the community soon.
The HUMAN Protocol Dashboard is being improved, with a V2 underway.
HUMAN Protocol is on its way to going live with Conflux, an advanced public blockchain that provides fast transactions while keeping things decentralized and secure. We are currently on the lookout for a dedicated maintainer to deploy, integrate, and maintain the HUMAN technology on the Conflux Network.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the ongoing development and expansion of the our ecosystem. Contact us if you’re interested.
What’s Cookin, who are building a fair content moderation platform named Repute.Social, will be attending Trustcon. If you’re attending or generally interested in learning more about their solution, we’re happy to share their onepager and make an introduction.
Our partner ecosystem is growing fast. Expect forthcoming announcements with several oracle providers, with whom HUMAN Protocol is working to bring off-chain data on-chain by using the Worker pool to collect and validate information from the real world.
We’re also in advanced discussions with a major messaging and communication infrastructure project on the Polygon network, who will use our Proof of HUMANity solution to detect bots.
We were glad to share a booth with Bundesblock, Tangany and Chainalysis at Blockchance. Next up, our team will be present at ETHcc week (17-20 July) in Paris. We are looking forward to meeting you there!
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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