Ethereum Foundation grants $2.46M to crypto developers
Tue, 27 Aug 2019, 05:51 am UTC
The Ethereum Foundation revealed that more than $2.46 million in grants will be allocated to develop Serenity or ETH 2.0.
As per a blog post, in recent months, the foundation together with Protocol Labs and ConsenSys has “granted substantial awards to leading client development teams currently tasked with delivering long-standing multi-client testnets as development approaches the launch of Phase 0.”
The foundation has also allocated 5 ether bounties (or 1,000 units of USD-pegged decentralized stablecoin DAI) for any recommendations that will successfully be used into the Phase 0 ETH 2.0 spec before the chain is launched.
A series of bounties for the Legendre pseudo-random function, which is expected to be a part of the forthcoming proof of custody scheme in Phase 1 of ETH 2.0, are also offered. It will also reward winners of the STARK-friendly hash (SFH) challenge, which aims to evaluate the security of the existing SFH functions.
Just recently, the Ethereum Foundation also launched a Korean version of its official website and a large-scale translation program for Ethereum.org. Over 15 languages were chosen based on the search volume for Ethereum and related terms, as well as traffic to websites related to Ethereum.
<Copyright © TokenPost. All Rights Reserved. >