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Shardeum Updates: Week 35

Here’s a recap of what we happened previous week at Shardeum:

Tech

  • We worked on an AWS-2-tool application, and set up discourse on AWS for long running topic specific discussions.
  • We researched about nonce on the Shardeum layer, analyzed the theoretical probability of malicious majority in a shard, and the effect of node rotation integrated with sharding. 
  • We set up a GitHub discussion feature to be used as an internal forum.
  • We created a simulation to figure how often a malicious majority appears in a shard, debugged and fixed explorer break issues when multiple nodes send data, and set up RPC/explorer for Liberty 2.0.
  • We also prepared a plan to give more funds to our existing faucet accounts.

Business

  • We’re in the process of setting up an Indian subsidiary of the Shardeum foundation.
  • Meanwhile, we continue to onboard and engage with investors from the Shardeum seed round.

Marketing & Comms

  • Our contributors Naresh and Shuwam conducted a webinar on “How to create dynamic NFTs on Shardeum”; we also conducted a campus webinar at MS. Ramaiah Institute of Technology on 17th August.
  • We continued conducting our onboarding calls and moderator calls, planning for our upcoming meetups and sponsoring a hackathon at Unfold 2022.
  • We worked on content for our blog, FAQs for Liberty 2.0, and more.

Areas where you – our community – can help us:

  • If you have any PR contacts or podcasts recommendations where we can introduce Shardeum, reach out to priyanka@shardeum.org (or #betamode on Discord)
  • We’re working on hosting webinars. If you have any recommendations for speakers, please let us know.
  • We are planning to conduct free webinars for colleges and corporates. Please fill this form if you are interested, or refer to someone who will be interested.

Open positions at Shardeum:

Let’s BUIDL together 🚀

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