Most people, including some Mastercoin team members, seem to be unaware of the tremendous amount of money slated to be given away to EVERYONE who has completed a bounty (including hourly, role-based, and task-based bounties).
Here are some important facts about this distribution:
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January 9, 2014
Developer Communications Mediums
Key Development Statistics
CTO Opening and Search
Security Auditor Opening and Search
QA and Testing of Wallets
Research & Development Updates
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If you have been following Mastercoin for some time now or just beginning this post is meant to get everyone up to speed on developments over the last 2 months as well as provide guidance on future developments. We have some learning to do, especially regarding how to develop and operate as a decentralized organization. Our progress is quite remarkable, but there are some definite lessons to be taken here to improve our performance.
Top 10 Developments
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Our first development call took place today to discuss outstanding issues, progress, support, updates and other items. If you have a chance head over to the wiki to see the current block explorer and distributed exchange implementations as well as Mastercoin Wallet implementations which currently as in development and testing phases.
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Nothing caps the last two weeks better than USA Today writing about two of our very own Board members, Brock Pierce and David Johnston, at the Inside Bitcoin conference in Las Vegas with Ron Gross, Mastercoin Foundation’s Executive Director. Now if I were a gambling man I would definitely place some bets using Mastercoin, of course.
It’s been a couple long, fruitful weeks with a lot of happening so this update is packed with information, and shows just how much progress and growth the community around Mastercoin has achieved since August.
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Following Mastercoin developments on bitcointalk.org or watching some of the github repositories associated with various bounties shows just how much great work our developer community has been putting in since September 2013 to develop applications for the Mastercoin protocol.
Looking into the near future Mastercoin Foundation will need a person to actively take on the role of Support Lead so that as developers in the community release code that is intended for use by non-technical users there is an organization and processes in place to support our community.
Mastercoin is a combination of new concepts (networked p2p value transfer systems and smart contracts) with old (stocks, bonds, contracts for difference, betting, etc). We’ll need clever ways to ensure that users from all backgrounds and among many languages can get support.
On the developer community front all of the Mastercoin repositories are on Github. The Support Lead should also lead support strategy and put into action operations that enable the growth of our developer community, and provide technical support to partners (i.e., an exchange, a smart property issuer, etc) wishing to implement the Mastercoin protocol applications for their services.
We are currently developing our Wiki via a Documentation Contest, have forums software installed, and will likely implement a solutions such as uservoice for support forums and knowledge base for end users. If this is something you are interested in we generally work on a trial basis with individuals who show initiative and self-direction.
Introduce yourself to email@example.com
And answer the question on Quora:
What would a Support Lead for Mastercoin do in the first 10-30-60 days?
Newfination interview with Mastercoin Executive Director, Ron Gross http://ow.ly/roR8X