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We truly appreciate the strong and resilient community that surrounds ARK. That’s why we want to make sure you feel like you’re a part of the action! Follow me as I travel for ARK and document the team bringing our promising technology to people around the world. This is the fourth episode of ARK Adventures, a vlog designed to give you a front-row seat to a day in the life of ARK.
Catch the first three episodes here if you missed them:
1. Crypto Blockchain Plug Launch Party Inglewood, CA
2. ARK.io General Assembly Paris, France
3. Consensus 2019 New York, NY
If you are wondering how often these vlogs will come out, they will be released as adventures happen. Because of this, they will be more spaced out than a standard vlog that may have a new episode every day or every week. However, you are welcome to subscribe to The ARK Crypto Podcast, hosted by me, which has new episodes out every Friday! Get vlog reminders and notifications by subscribing at Youtube.ARK.io.
This episode covers the team’s visit to Utrecht, Netherlands for a Leadership Summit, where team members and project leads convene to solidify the development strategy for ARK over the next six months. We also were able to hear from two special guests who joined us, including a new bridgechain project working with ARK Core.
The team discussed the direction our existing projects and products are heading, namely, Core 2.6 and 3, and how they will affect our peripherals. We talked about new transaction types like Multi-Payment and Hashed Time Lock Contracts, as well as Multisig and Core Dashboard GUI (I’m very excited for that one). We discussed the desktop and ...
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