The month of May proved to be a busy one for the Nano Foundation with significant protocol development and the community’s ecosystem asset expansion. As we say goodbye to May and look forward to June, let’s recap some of the major highlights of another busy Nano week!
Nano Foundation Meetup in London!
The community response to our upcoming London meetup has been incredible and we can’t wait to share our passion for Nano with all of the attendees! Details on the venue, speakers, and workshop where you can learn and explore Nano were announced earlier this week and there are still some tickets available but space is limited — reserve your place now if you are planning to attend!
Dynamic Proof of Work & Prioritization Feature Analysis
As an integral part of our upcoming Solidus node release, Dynamic Proof of Work is designed to mitigate the effects of spam on the Nano network. Fortunately, Nano Foundation project manager Zack Hyatt has provided an in-depth feature analysis to help explain some of the new work difficulty and prioritization changes.
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Nano Charts gets a fresh coat of paint
Nano Charts creator u/frakilk lent some insight into his site’s recent updates. Among the changes, a ‘category’ button has been added so as to easily track and trend Nano weight movement. Nano Charts remains an excellent way to visualize Principal Representatives over time!
Nano Center is offering Nanos for trash
u/RockmSockmJesus, ambassador over at the Nano Center announced its inaugural bounty: #nanotrashtag. As an ongoing bounty, users can bag some local trash and cash it in for real Nanos! A worthwhile cause we can all get behind — check out the bounty details here.
Reddit Nano TipBot in the spotlight
On Wednesday we shined the spotlight on u/zily88 (Daniel), creator of the popular Reddit Nano TipBot. Daniel introduces himself to the community, explains his tip bot’s origins, and the direction he’d like to take his creation going forward. Give it a read!