Please watch the meeting in its entirety on YouTube at the following link:
We attended the Blockchain conferences in Washington DC and met several people from the Education and Healthcare industries.
Our presentation was well received, and it generated several critical connections with people focused on utilizing Blockchain technology for solving existing challenges and creating new and innovative uses for it.
We met people from universities and colleges and people from the standards organization that are very interested in what FoldingCoin Inc. is doing. We believe that our support of research is a critical step in the maturation of the blockchain technology in addition to being an exceptional cause. We found some help with supporting the usability and installation efforts that are critical for our next steps in expanding the overall utilization of FoldingCoin, which is very fortunate.
We have moved on to the next phase of the Echoing Green grant, next stage will be determined mid-December
Draper Richards Kaplan grant applied for
Wells Fargo kick-starter applied for this month and we did not make the selection
WeWork Creator Awards applied for, we have a good chance to be awarded here
GoFundMe campaign is not doing well, only $85 has been collected
If there is anyone that is well versed in community outreach or campaign management, please feel free to volunteer to help with this. I can make you an administrator.
Donation site is live
Bill started Facebook fundraiser for FLDC
$530 of a target $2000 has been collected
Bill’s sister Susie raised $500 in her Facebook fundraiser for FLDC
Check out the Kenny Chesney video for Alzheimer’s awareness. This would be good in social media posts to raise awareness to what we are fighting
A new release candidate for the stats downloader was created
Security update for the API
Additional tools to help with upgrading and managing the stats database
You can see the full list of changes on GitHub
Working to finalize the release candidate for deployment early December
Visited Washington D.C. for the Blockchain in Healthcare event
Helping to answer technical concerns and questions
CureCoin 2.0 testnet update from Norbert:
4 min blocks instead of 10 minute blocks is noticeably better
Stress tested the network with 150 tx/min at one point, and the network was fine
Generated more than 50,000 transactions, and none of them had any problem
The testnet hardfork was successful
Folding Club Rewards
October / November raffle completed. 552 campaign views. 53 shares across Facebook & Twitter. 28 participants from 13 countries (3 continents). 15 new members. 4 women! 3281 WUs completed, 8,811,978 points generated, $100 donation made to Skapaneas Club (http://of4298.wixsite.com/copy-of-skapaneas).
Special thanks for all your support all these months. Keep folding, keep spreading the word and rest assured that your efforts make a double difference. In the realms of both scientific research and charity!
Thanks also to Ivan from team CureCoin for co-organizing these raffles and FoldingCoin for donating $500/month (despite the bear market) making the distribution of gifts worth $325/raffle easier.
George is performing a world-wide outreach to stores accepting crypto. This outreach led to two stores in Greece accepting FLDC as a payment method. Check them out on the bottom part of our website.
Two more are interested (one from Canada, one from Estonia) but we need to solve some technical issues first.
Two charities may also be interested. One in Greece, one in Cyprus.
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