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The need for more dApps and performance testing remains paramount for robustness of the platform. The technical team is focused on the details for the release of RNode 0.7, 0.8 and 0.9.
Being a global cooperative, we spend a lot of time on our laptops and phones communicating with one another. When we're not putting our heads into our work, music helps us move the day along. Each week we'll be spotlighting five songs from members of the RChain community that keep them focused and engaged. First up is Bill Swan, RChain's Head of Human Resources. Have your own five songs? Tag #myfivesongs @rchain_coop on Twitter.
RChain Europe went live and test net was launched at RCon3. Kayvan has a fix for a few bugs encountered during the RSong demo and will have the demo running for the next six months.
This week, Greg emphasized the need to start building and testing dApps to uncover bugs and stabilize the network. Greg solicits the help of community members and portfolio companies with getting dApps running and writing code on the platform.
This was RCon3 week in Berlin, Germany, and the community debrief was short. Kenny pointed out that there’s a deep interest in the blockchain space in Berlin. Learn more in this weeks debrief.
In collaboration with Immersion Networks (an R&D Laboratory that creates software and hardware to improve the human listening experience) and Mycelia (a music-blockchain community founded by Imogen Heap), RChain, a Cooperative building a third-generation blockchain, offered the first “immersive” music demo at RCon3 in Berlin on September 5.
RChain debrief 92 focuses on technical updates, the rholang team, validator information, Pithia updates, and much more. learn more about how the Rholang team, and how we are preparing for the genesis block.
Read on for the full version of RChain's community debrief 91(August 22nd) including latest developments, release announcements and news about the upcoming RCon3.
These RHOC will be sold at a discount from the spot price* as part of validator agreements. The discount is to attract early validators to the network. Typically, networks create new tokens as a reward for validating or mining transactions.
There's been a continued increase in attendance at the Tuesday node testing session, with thoughts on getting the sessions recorded and published. The technical team is moving forward finalizing Node 0.6 for release, focusing on stability, robustness and performance of the system.