This is the 9th week since the launch of IOST Developer Bounty Program. We welcome you to join IOST’s developer community on Slack: invite.iost.io
During IOST’s new round of “Global Developer Meetup Series”, our team will visit the Philippines on 26th Jan 2019, and will be in Singapore on the 31st Jan 2019.
This week, developer Bounty received 11 new applications:
Bug Bounty keeps receiving new applications.
This is the 8th week since the launch of IOST Developer Bounty Program. We welcome you to join IOST’s developer community on Slack: invite.iost.io
IOST team is still contacting with developers on details.
Happy 2019 to all developers of the IOST community! Today we are releasing our 7th week’s Developer Bounty Program update.
This week, IOST launched a survey to community developers which aims at better understanding the general situation of developers and their needs in order to better deliver value to the IOST developer community. Participants in the survey who contribute good ideas will have a chance to be rewarded with IOST tokens. Link of survey: https://goo.gl/forms/fCh32utJ7AjPqJKC2
One month ago, IOST successfully launched its Developer Bounty Program and received many applications from developers. IOST’s developer community on Slack saw significant growth with many people getting involved and joining the ecosystem.
A strong blockchain is not only equipped with features of high throughput and transparency - it must also be robust and resilient, with high security. Security issues can be seen as pain point of blockchain systems but also one of the strongest requirements for blockchain to be adopted in the other industries.
To ensure IOST’s blockchain is highly secure and resilient, we are excited to launch IOST’s second iteration of bounty programs: The Guardian Code Review Plan. …
Happy new year to all developers and IOST community members! Check out IOST’s 1st developer bounty program update in 2019.
It has been four weeks since IOST launched its Developer Bounty Program, let’s see what’s new!
Merry Xmas to all developers of the IOST community! Today we are releasing our 5th week’s Developer Bounty Program update.
It’s been four weeks since IOST launched its Developer Bounty Program, let’s see what’s new!
This week we saw a big increase in the number of members in IOST’s developer community, with more conversations and interactions in the group. With the launch of Testnet Everest 2.0, the final testnet before Mainnet launch in February, things are starting to get very exciting in the developer community! Also for Chinese developers, we will open a Chinese channel for them to better communicate with each other.
Since the launch of the IOST Developer Bounty Program, more and more developers worldwide are joining our community developer group on Slack. To keep building a stronger developer community, we will focus on sharing more information, resources and tutorials around blockchain technologies with our community members, as well as letting more people benefit from concept and value of IOST blockchain.
There are also some more applicants who applied for participating in development of other tasks. The IOST team will be working with these applicants to determine what kind of tasks they can contribute too. …
We are pleased to release our weekly report on IOST Developer Bounty Program. Going forward this update will be released on a Saturday following the Friday review of all completed and claimed development bounties and missions.
We would like to express our gratitude again to community developer team @hoonil Satoshi Kim, for his contribution of high quality Korean development document translation. The bounties have already been paid out to the developer’s address!
*Updated on December 2020
Every blockchain system is in itself a micro-society, an adaptive organization comprised of network nodes. The operation of this organization is regulated by a consensus mechanism. The consensus mechanism is a programmable benefit transfer rule that engages people, forms a secure network, and operates in an deterministic manner.
In the IOST PoB consensus mechanism, the block production committee has 17 seats, which are changed every 10 minutes. The 17 nodes with the highest Servi are selected for the committee in each round, and then take turns to produce blocks and claim rewards. Each time a node is selected to participate in block production, all committee members consume Servi. Therefore the unselected nodes will have more Servi and will have a greater chance of being selected for the committee in the next round. …