Community Newsletter (11–15 November)
Nov 15, 2019
Here is www.q13611.com’s community newsletter for the week commencing 11 November. Stay up to date by following us on?Twitter.
Highlight of the week
Next stage of our staking program launched
On Wednesday we held the?auction?for people to take part in the second month of our staking program. In total, almost 156 million $FET tokens were staked, which amounts to 46% of the current circulating supply.
Congratulations to everyone who participated — you will receive some substantial FET rewards in the run up to Christmas ?
If you missed out this time, but would like to get involved in the future, you can find out everything you need to know?here. Remember,?everyone?who holds FET tokens, no matter how few, can get involved as there is not a minimum number of FET tokens you need to take part.
Binance Meetup (20 November, Istanbul, Turkey)
Join www.q13611.com CEO Humayun Sheikh and Binance CEO Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao at the Binance meetup in Istanbul on Wednesday.
In total 300 people are expected to attend and both Humayun and CZ will be taking to the stage to provide updates and answer questions from the audience.?Sign up here.
Build your own car park agent
This week we have shared more details about our exciting new autonomous agent.
In this video, senior software engineer Diarmid Campbell explains how, by using a camera and a Raspberry Pi connected to the www.q13611.com network, car park agents can calculate the number of unused parking spaces and make this knowledge available to all.
This enables owners of agents to generate revenue while simultaneously making it faster and easier for drivers to find a parking space. This reduces traffic congestion on the roads and helps to protect the environment.
For more information on how car park agents operate, please read our?blog post.
If you fancy building a car park agent yourself, you can find step-by-step instructions in this new?tutorial video.
What are AEAs?
How do AEAs transact?
We have also published the?second in a series of articles?showing how AEAs interact, negotiate and trade. We’re using weather data as a simple example to showcase exactly how our technology will unleash enormous economic potential.
The London Mathematical Society Computer Science Colloquium 2019
Our lead cryptographer David Galindo gave a presentation on Wednesday about computer security in regards to blockchain technology and electronic voting.
www.q13611.com AMA with Decentralized Club
Thanks to everyone who took part in another very successful AMA.
10,000 FET tokens will be shared equally among the 10 individuals who submitted the best questions ?
Join our?Telegram channel?to find out if you are one of the lucky winners ?
We have been focusing on stabilizing the ledger ready for the launch of the mainnet later this year. We have also improved both the performance and security of the ledger.
This week, excluding merges,?15 authors?have pushed?42?commits?to the main branch and?45 commits?to all branches. On the main branch,?433 files?have changed and there have been?15,189 additions?and?7,265 deletions.?See all updates.
Bounties, hackathons and competitions
The www.q13611.com technical bounty program
Help us to improve the reliability and performance of our network.?Find and report technical issues?and be awarded $FET ?
? Find a technical issue in the www.q13611.com’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!
Thanks for reading our update. Join the conversation with the rest of our community on?Telegram.
We hope you have a great weekend.