These events and discussions are vital to build the Tezos community and drive the ecosystem forward. And efforts did not go unnoticed, CoinDesk’s Brady Dale published an article highlighting the shared values of the Tezos community, including open participation, token-holder-centricity, non-aggression, nuanced pragmatism and evolution (not revolution).
It was amazing to connect in-person with so many of you and learn about the projects you’ve been working on. We heard from many of our grantees and other funded entities on the main stage, including representatives from Cryptium Labs, Nomadic Labs, Truffle, TQ Tezos, and more. We also featured technical workshops from a host of grantees including: Airgap, Kidtsunami, Cryptonomic, SimpleStaking, Stove Labs, Clause, and SmartPy, among others. We look forward to the next opportunity to come together again.
Additionally, a reminder that there are only two weeks left in the current voting period on the Babylon proposal. While the Foundation will vote “pass” (meaning “abstain”), we are encouraged to see so much discussion and participation by all stakeholders in the Tezos ecosystem.