HUMAN Community Newsletter #19
It has been a month of progress on the development side. The highlights include the OKX testnet implementation, alongside the complete SDK documentation to tighten up security of the system. You can use this link to contribute to the project.
To follow on from the OKX testnet implementation, the core contributors are now looking for possible bridges to bridge HMT onto Conflux and OKX.
Further network development is underway with a new implementation of CVAT, which involves crowdsourcing annotation capabilities for solving medium and hard tasks, using CVAT as the annotation instrument. Comparison testing is in progress and results will be shared soon.
To help the community better understand the intricacies of the oracle system – and how they will work – the developer contributors will provide the community with a complete architecture overview, which can help potential oracle providers, too.
Ekolance has kicked off their Hackathon service, TechFiesta, with a Hackathon in collaboration with HUMAN Protocol! Check out how to participate and win prizes. Watch the kickoff video to get inspired!
The Hackathon with Ekolance is scheduled for completion on 11th Aug – there is a scenario in which we may give an extension until the 18th.
Signa X, another grantee, have initiated signups for ChallengeX, an amazing program for game developers aiming at growing and incentivizing their community. You can read more about how to join and what to expect on their website.
We’re happy to announce that we have joined Google’s Web3 Scale program, and can’t wait to see what we can build together with their ecosystem.
We were at ETHCC week in Paris (17th-21st July), expanding our network, meeting our partners and joining enriching side events. Our first HUMAN dinner was a highlight, attended by key players and setting the stage for promising collaborations.
Get ready to join us at Permissionless and Token2049 in September!
If you wish to enquire about integrations, usage, or to learn more about HUMAN Protocol, get in contact with HUMAN Protocol.
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