HUMAN community newsletter – 2023: a year-in-review
2023 has been a year of momentum. A year of ecosystem engagement – with exciting new grants issued, partnerships formed, and a successful industry-leading event – and developmental strides.
Work has continued on the job launcher, which will soon be available as a direct link on the HUMAN Protocol website.
Recent progress has included:
We’re currently revamping the HUMAN dashboard. The new version will have an additional focus on usability, to help ecosystem partners review job-related statistics and network metrics. It additionally features a leaderboard, to compare job and task completion against that of other launchers.
The dashboard is nearing the final stages of development following an internal and closed-external round of feedback. In the near future, we’ll be releasing a how-to article to introduce its features.
This year we announced HuFi: a platform for decentralized market making. Recent work has included:
This year we introduced AskAthena: a groundbreaking query-response system that significantly boosted community engagement. AskAthena allows anybody to ask a question to millions, and receive responses.
We also implemented HUMAN’s governance system, to return power to the HMT holders and provide more opportunity for community engagement. HMT holders vote for proposals through Commonwealth; each HMT translates into a single vote. The governance model was followed by the launch of HMT onto other networks, such as MultiversX, to further the distribution of the token and, therefore, the decentralization of the Protocol.
We’ve also seen success with the HUMAN Ops program, attracting over 4k users that have completed over 42.3k quests. The program aims to incentivize learning about Web3, blockchain, and HUMAN Protocol, and is part of our mission to foster a vibrant and nurturing ecosystem.
Last, but never least, we’ve continued to discuss our latest updates – plus a few engaging extras – on our blog. Here, you can learn what we’re up to, and what we stand on key issues as the Protocol continues to contribute to the building of emergent technologies.
The grants program continues to generate a lot of interest. We’ve processed 299 applications this year. On our existing grants:
We have five different channels and groups on Telegram: one main/global Telegram channel, a news channel, and three active language-based channels.
Notably, our Bangladesh channel is among the top 10 most active groups out of 400, and the Turkey channel is in the top 500 out of 5,000 active groups. On Discord, we boast almost 10k members.
As discussed above, we’ve also launched the HUMAN Ops program. A standout initiative under HUMAN Ops is 'The Apprentice' program, providing a unique platform for skill development and community interaction.
2023 has been a landmark year for HUMAN Protocol. We attended 12 conferences, organized four events and several hackathons (Ekolance, Newconomics, TechFiesta), and hosted two exclusive VIP dinners. Each gathering provided a valuable opportunity to connect with our community and foster new collaborations.
A highlight of 2023 was the launch of our inaugural conference, Newconomics. This event marked an incredible journey, being the first time we brought together so many speakers, enterprises, and partners at the same time. Relive the experience by watching all the sessions and keynotes. A significant announcement about HuFi was made on stage, setting the stage for upcoming campaigns.
As we look ahead to next year, we are excited and promise it will be filled with even more surprises and opportunities. To learn more about Newconomics 2024, see the website.
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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