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What’s in store for this Digest?
It was a busy October at Golem!. We released the Alpha II alongside a set of bounties for developers, a provider Sneak Peek, and announced our migration date for November 19th 2020, 4pm CET. [Takes deep breath] We hosted an online event to highlight the amazing progress of layer 2 scaling. This topic is particularly relevant to the current development for the next release, the Alpha 3.
If you want more details then please dig into last Friday’s Past 2 weeks report!
Another exciting thing we have to show off is the Awesome Golem repository and resources directory, we’ll go into that in the next section!
So, what’s in the Golem GitHub?
Awesome lists are GitHub repositories that contain a list of resources for a given topic. They’re made as a one-stop-shop for finding information. Today we’re introducing Awesome Golem, a community-curated list of resources that anyone in the community can contribute to! If you’ve been in the Golem community for a while then you might know of the Golem Comms Archive Trello page, this similar to that although focused on resources for New Golem to help developers, requestors, providers, or anyone wanting to do research on the new platform to hopefully find everything they need to learn in one easy list. If you find something New Golem specific and want to add it to the list then feel free to submit a Pull Request. Remember that helping out on GitHub is part of the CIP *hint hint*. ;)
Yagna and the migrated ERC20 token
As mentioned, the migrated ERC20 token destined to be used in the new platform, once New Golem is launched into mainnet.Having an ERC-20 token is necessary for many things but right now our priority is Layer ...
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