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Ontology is holding a Tech AMA on Jan. 10th!
It has been over a year since Ontology’s launch and six months since MainNet went live. During this time, the Ontology development team has been progressing on the timelines and expanding the team, as well as helping out those in the community who wish to develop on Ontology. Most recently, we released the designs for STOs and sharding, for which we have seen a lot of discussion about online.
Undoubtedly a lot went on in 2018 and we have more planned for 2019. Therefore, on January 10th, we would like to hold an AMA (ask me anything) for any questions you have for our development team about the current state of development and what we have planned for the year ahead.
Ontology Tech AMA
00:00–23:59 (UTC), Thursday, January 10th, 2019. During this time you can ask questions.
The Ontology Reddit. Please come back to this article at 00:00 (UTC) on January 10th for the link to the post.
It’s our development team answering questions for this AMA, so please keep it technology-related.
After we have finished taking in questions, the development team will answer questions in reply in the Reddit post. Once all questions have been answered, a summary article will be posted on the Ontology Medium. Come back to this article on January 11th for the link to the article.
We look forward to your questions!
In the meantime, if you haven’t already, please join the Ontology Discord. We have several development channels where you can interact with the Ontology tech community and receive support.
Thank you, and happy new year!...
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