In this second issue of the “BisBabble” series we welcome Endogen, a long time Bismuth supporter and developer of the Bismuth Telegram Bot, Bauer.
This report covers December 15, 2019 to January 15, 2020.We’d like to take the opportunity to wish every BIS user the best for this new year. Be assured we’ll do our best to continue developing BIS and its ecosystem more than ever! Since the end of year is a rather chaotic period for work, not much is to be reported, but we will stick to the calendar, read on below:
It’s Christmas time, and whether you enjoy a snowy winter or not, the Bismuth team is there to let you experiment the magic of a Snowy Christmas!
Today we unveil a new series: “BisBabble”.Aravind – a recent contributor to the Bismuth project – gets the ball rolling and tells us about his background, interests, and development work.
The Bismuth team was pleasantly surprised to see BIS being listed at Unnamed exchange. Yes, that’s the name!
During November 2019 the Bismuth community went with the first governance vote, about supply emission. The issue was overwhelming votes for a fork to support a supply reduction. If you missed it, you can find it here. Since then, the team worked hard to implement the change and release a stable version, now out.Questions and answers regarding this fork have been divided into three categories- Regular users, Hypernode owners, and miners.
Preamble This was a very busy month for the team, with the end of the governance voting period, preparation for the Hard Fork and testing of the new Bismuth Node version, branch 4.4.Let see in detail:
Decisions are the most crucial part of advancing a project. Without them, ideas lie in-acted upon, development stalls, and instead of progress there is stagnation. The Bismuth Foundation is well aware of the dangerous path of inaction, and has always committed a full effort towards advancing the platform at a steadfast pace. One such large advancements have come into fruition recently, with the conclusion of Bismuth’s first Governance Vote- BGV-01. BGV-01 was a motion that combined a new and revolutionary governance protocol with branching decisions that would impact Bismuth on a grand scale – retain the current emission schedule (option …
Bismuth community is currently voting whether or not change the supply emission (see BGVP-1).In order to allow easy and un-restricted access to the vote, the team went for a full client side helper to generate voting transactions.This ensures full privacy and allows to vote from any wallet.External help was welcome to get it successfully running and a Bounty will be awarded.
Preamble This month was packed full with development updates, a major exchange listing, an ongoing vote that decides the future of Bismuth’s emission schedule, and much more. Let’s delve below to find out more.