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As we get ready to leave 2020 behind, the growth of the Chainlink ecosystem in the past year has been incredible, with nearly 5B+ in smart contract value secured by the Chainlink Network, along with an expansive set of new users across Blockchains, DeFi, Gaming, Insurance, and more. With the pace of new features, integrations, grants, and use cases set to increase dramatically throughout 2021, there will be more news and community-generated content than ever before.
To ensure the Chainlink community and wider smart contract economy is able to keep pace with the ecosystem’s growth, we’re excited to announce that TheLinkMarine is receiving a grant to develop and maintain a new Chainlink News website—a full spectrum resource for consuming all Chainlink-related news. As someone who has demonstrated incredible initiative by independently building out the popular community resource https://chainlinkecosystem.com with tremendous attention to detail, TheLinkMarine represents an ideal candidate to receive a Chainlink Community grant.
As part of the grant, TheLinkMarine will work closely with the team and community to create this news resource for all things Chainlink. This Chainlink News website will include the following:
- Create an easily digestible website for getting all the recently released news by the team, ecosystem, and community, including announcements, blog posts, videos, podcasts, and more, along with an accompanying Twitter page to track the latest updates.
- Translate key content resources into a variety of languages to support the rapidly expanding global community forming around Chainlink.
- Help support community-written blog posts so they ...
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