Today, July 21, the twelfth weekly meetup of Free TON representatives took place. It was attended by Alexander Filatov, Mitya Goroshevsky, Sergey Shashev, Roman D., Pavel Prigolovko, Ivan Kotelnikov, and Ron Millow.
At the beginning of the conference, colleagues congratulated each other on the first successful distribution of tokens among the winners of the first six competitions.
Also on the good news: the first-ever pizza was bought with Free TON tokens! Ron Millow stated that he hopes that this pizza will one day become the most expensive in history.
Mitya Goroshevsky announced new contests for developers. In total, several competitions were approved by voters, some of them for security specialists, others for developers from other areas.
Then the colleagues moved on to discussing options for spelling the name of the project. The forum was very hotly discussed the issue of the merged or separate spelling of the word “Free TON”. This question is especially relevant on the eve of the competition for the development of the corporate identity of the project. So, Ron Millow officially stated that “Free TON” should be written in two words.
After that, the conversation turned to the topic of the formal verification competition. It was important to find out whether the Pruvendo team (the creators of the formal verification) would participate in it or act as judges. It was decided that Pruvendo team would act as judgeы for the competitions.
Also during the meetup, the page of the Free TON project on Wikipedia was presented.