Today, March 2, the forty-third weekly meeting of Free TON representatives took place, in which Roma D, Ron Millow, Vladislav Ponomarev, Ben Sunderland, Mike Chobanyan, Pavel Prigolovko, Mitya Goroshevsky, Ivan Kotelnikov took part
- All participants and members of the MIT / Harvard competition jury received tokens last week. The following proposes were adopted at the vote:
- request for tokens according to roadmaps and provided reports from Chinese and French sub-guerrillas;
creation of the Vietnamese subgovernance.
After that, a representative of the kuna.io exchange spoke about the creation of a stablecoin exchange. This stablecoin will have the ERC-721 standard. This standard is notable for the fact that users will be able to pay a commission with the same token that they transfer. It is not necessary to have the main network token on the balance sheet. Since kuna.io is a Ukrainian exchange, this project was named “Cryptogrivna”.
Then the colleagues moved on to the Rust Cup updates. The network was launched last week. At one point, it stopped, and the developers started checking for errors. The audit revealed several omissions that the team could neither foresee nor simulate in advance. Of the 115 validators, 24 did not connect to the network for unknown reasons.
After that, the Decentralized Voting Implementation competition was discussed. The goal of the competition is to create a deAudit smart contract system based on a technical assignment. This system should include deBots for user interfaces, as well as script testing mechanisms.