Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every week. This week, the call was held on Twitter Spaces.

Nate hosted the call with input from Mark and Yudi from the Bancor team. Here is a summary of the ecosystem and development updates from that call.

A recording of the call can be found here.

Quick Asks of the Community (1:06)

  • We want to make some hires in Asia, specifically in China, South Korea, and Vietnam. We’re looking for full-time community managers, marketing, and business development.
  • We’re also looking for animators and videographers, preferably with crypto or DeFi experience. We’re starting working on our V3 explainer videos!
  • We have a new swap API which makes…


Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every week in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat.

This week, Nate hosted the call with input from Mark, Yudi, Steven, and Asaf from the Bancor team. Here is a summary of the ecosystem and development updates from that call.

A recording of the call can be found here.

Administrative Items (2:32)

  • We are again hosting this call on a Sunday. Over the past two weeks, we experimented with the call on weekdays and now we are experimenting with a later time on weekends.
  • We‘d like to try out hosting this call on Twitter Spaces but due to a technical issue with the Bancor official Twitter…


Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every week in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat.

This week, Mark hosted the call with input from Yudi and Nate. Here is a summary of the updates from that call.

A recording of the call can be found here.

Ecosystem Update (0:30)

Immediately following the community call, Bitwise added BNT to its DeFi Index:

Marketing focus group

  • We are in the midst of re-positioning the Bancor brand to more effectively spread awareness. …


Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every week in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat.

This week, Nate hosted the call with input from Mark, and Yudi. Here is a summary of the ecosystem and development updates from that call.

A recording of the call can be found here.

Ecosystem Update (2:38)


Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every week in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat. The next call is scheduled for Monday, June 21 at 1pm UTC.

This week, Nate hosted the call with input from Mark, Yudi, and Steven. Here is a summary of the ecosystem and development updates from that call.

A recording of the call can be found here.

Governance Update (3:05)

  • There has been a huge uptick in governance activity spurred by the debates over liquidity mining rewards for our largest pools.
  • We’ve seen more debate and more whitelists recently on gov.bancor.network
  • SUSHI and GTC were recently whitelisted but require seed liquidity.
  • Pools need at least 1000 BNT…


Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors every Sunday 1pm UTC in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat.

A recording of the call can be found here

This week, Mark hosted a call for the Bancor community while Nate is at the Bitcoin Conference in Miami. Here is a summary of the ecosystem and development updates from that call.

Governance Update (0:50)

  • This was an interesting week due to the massive mobilization from the Bancor community who wanted to preserve the Liquidity Mining Rewards for ETH/LINK/wBTC/stablecoins. These were overwhelmingly reinstated after most of them failed to pass their votes last week.
  • This is a welcome reminder for community members to stay involved in…


Vote delegation allows community members to nominate other community members to vote on their behalf.

The vote delegation option can be accessed via the Bancor Snapshot UI; it appears in a dialogue box to the left of the current proposals.

After clicking on the ‘Delegate’ menu item, you are brought to a splash page with two input fields. The first, ‘To’, asks for the address of the delegate (the address to which you would like to assign your voting power). Snapshot supports both ENS domains, and regular ethereum addresses. The second input field asks for the specific Snapshot space, which…


Week of May 23–30

Releases

  • New protection contract — improves the transferPosition functionality for 3rd party integrations

Contracts

  • Fixed solidity coverage report
  • Started migrating tests to typescript
  • Migrated the test deployment script to hardhat so it runs as part of the tests
  • Added more monitoring tools
  • Gas optimizations research
  • Research hardhat deployment plugins
  • Refactored test tokens
  • Removed the whitelist contract
  • Removed unneeded packages
  • Refactored tests and reduced verbosity

Governance

  • Added vote delegation strategy

Front-End

  • Fix 25% => 50% withdrawal bug
  • Increase limit orders to 30 days
  • Dependencies updated
  • Withdraw modal fixed
  • EOS remove liquidity fixed
  • Slippage warnings added
  • Withdrawing position UI improved

Track front-end updates at: https://github.com/bancorprotocol/webapp/issues

Executed Governance Proposals:


Bancor V3, mining rewards & DAO updates

Bancor hosts weekly community calls with core contributors, every Sunday 1pm UTC in Bancor’s Telegram voice chat. A big thanks to Bias and Milo for writing the summary notes for today’s call.

A recording of the call can be found here

Dev Update (12:25)

  • Last week V3 was announced, which will be by far the largest and most significant upgrade for Bancor.
  • V3 incorporates community feedback and a core discovery (details TBA), a killer feature that will not be easy to replicate because it relies on Bancor’s unique protocol design.
  • Capital efficiency is an important topic in the AMM space (Uniswap V3, etc) but this efficiency also leads to high risk of…


Bancor Dev Update for the week of May 9–14

Releases

  • Trader NFT competition — distributed the first NFT trophies to winning wallets

Contracts

  • Protection — updated transferPositionAndCall with more structured data
  • Fixed tests that didn’t handle specific revert messages
  • Integrated gas reporter plugin
  • Restructured tests based on new contracts structure

SDK

  • Added support for TokenRateUpdate event
  • Fixed ropsten support
  • Fixed terminology inconsistencies
  • Fixed documentation

Front-End

  • Enhanced slippage warnings
  • Add manual withdrawal functionality
  • Upgraded packages
  • Fixed documentation

Track front-end updates at: https://github.com/bancorprotocol/webapp/issues

Executed Governance Proposals:

New Governance Proposals:

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