Today, July 27, the sixty-fourth weekly meetup of Free TON representatives was held, in which Alexander Filatov, Ron Millow, Mitya Goroshevsky, as well as representatives of Hackernoon, Indian SG, Moonstake, and LocalZoneBot took part.
Last week, a partnership proposal from Galaxy Online, as well as a proposal to hold the next DeSupport contest passed on the vote.
The winners of the NFT Marketplace, Chrome Extension, Dune and Free TON Merge contests received tokens last week. On the NFT Marketplace, Ron Millow reminded the winners of the need to maintain resources and provide monthly reports.
Mitya Goroshevsky spoke about the release of a new patch for the Rust Cup. It was posted last Friday, all validators updated the nodes, and the patch was not working. The validators were the first to notice the malfunction and rolled back the nodes.
Then there was a presentation of the second Decentralized Writing contest, held on the basis of Hackernoon. At the end of the month, 15 articles with the hashtag #decentralizedinternet were published on Hackernoon and now their authors are awaiting the results of the vote.
This was followed by a presentation of the Indian SG. His representative showed off the uniquely designed SG website, as well as the Indian SG’s social media accounts.
In the second half of the meetup, a presentation of the Japanese staking platform Moonstake took place. Its representative asked the Free TON community to provide their project with unusual support: help them get 5000 likes and retweets of their post about integration with our project on Twitter.
At the end of the meetup, there was a presentation of LocalZoneBot, which converts the time in a telegram post to the current time of users, depending on their location at the moment.