Dear Tezos community,
In case you missed it, last week I announced that I will not seek re-election to the Tezos Foundation Council this spring. I am so grateful for the entire Tezos community and the work we have put in together to build momentum for the Tezos project and ecosystem. To ensure a smooth transition, the Foundation Council has formed a Nomination Committee which consists of Hubertus Thonhauser, Alexis Bonte, Ryan Lackey, and Ulrich Sauter.
We were also excited to see the Taurus Group announce the first results of its strategic collaboration with the Tezos Foundation. Taurus has now integrated the Tezos protocol into its digital asset infrastructure so that its clients can securely store and transfer Tezos-based tokens. The second phase of the collaboration will enhance Taurus’ existing infrastructure to integrate capital markets use cases and transactions based on Tezos. We can’t wait to see where the Taurus-Tezos Foundation collaboration leads.
catsigma released a new version of Misualizer, a tool that allows users to visualize all possible behaviors of Tezos smart contracts and trace all of their internal transactions to get complete pictures of different entry points.
Earlier this week, teams from Nomadic Labs, Marigold, and Metastate proposed the latest protocol upgrade, Edo, with new features like Sapling and Tickets. For this week’s update, we took a deeper dive into the proposal and what it means for the Tezos ecosystem.
This week, we caught up with Agile Ventures founder Andrew Paulicek to discuss Agile’s work on Tezos Domains, what makes blockchain name services valuable, and the other projects he and his team are working on. We hope you enjoy the Q&A below.