Recent content by Jason Gregoire

  1. Jason Gregoire

    Funded [Kompendium-4] Advanced NFT Specification & Module Development

    You seem to get the heart of the matter about NFTs. NFTs are a REAL opportunity for all ANOs to attract usage for the protocol. We frequently do outreach to potential customers and hands down NFTs are by far the most asked about and requested blockchain technology by businesses we’ve talked...
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    Funded [Kompendium-4] Advanced NFT Specification & Module Development

    Yes...currently. Many of the older cryptopunks, cryptokitties and others collectables are predominantly ERC721 tokens. Gaming platforms (enjin), and several popular NFT project sites like Open Sea and Raribles for art and other collectables allow users to create both 721 and 1155 NFT standards...
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    Funded [Exchange Working Group-1] Uniswap pool liquidity

    That's fantastic - thank you!
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    Funded [Exchange Working Group-1] Uniswap pool liquidity

    It may not be relevant, but as a liquidity provider, what will be done with the Exchange WG earnings from the pool? Note: IRT Factom Finance (FF), as some might be tracking Kompendium has done some foundational work for a DeFi platform atop of Factom, but it is different than the Factom...
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    Funded [Kompendium-4] Advanced NFT Specification & Module Development

    This is for a factom L2 NFT standard compatible with ethereum 1155 Tokens. You would be able to create and manage these NFTs atop factom, and if desired, you could use the Factom<>Ethereum bridge to transfer your NFT to Ethereum as a ERC1155 token.
  6. Jason Gregoire

    Funded [Exchange Working Group-1] Uniswap pool liquidity

    great - that's what I remembered. I just wanted to understand it that still needed to be done.
  7. Jason Gregoire

    Funded [Exchange Working Group-1] Uniswap pool liquidity

    The remaining funds for the Uniswap pair — USDC — are available from the previous grants
  8. Jason Gregoire

    Funded [Kompendium-5] Rust DID Library and L2 DID Module

    Hi Anton. It has not been open sourced yet. Thanks
  9. Jason Gregoire

    Funded [Kompendium-6] Mobile Wallets for the Factom Ecosystem

    Executive Summary This proposal is for the development of Tasset Mobile: a Factom ecosystem (Factom, PegNet, and FAT) wallet for iOS and Android mobile devices. Tasset will also be capable of supporting tokens resulting from the Factom<>Ethereum Bridge, as well as the recently created wrapped...
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    Funded [Kompendium-5] Rust DID Library and L2 DID Module

    Executive Summary This is a grant proposal for 1) a Decentralized Identifier (DID) library in Rust, and 2) an implementation module (wrapper) that allows a more user-friendly means to create and use W3C/DIF-aligned DIDs on and atop the Factom network. Note: The work described in this proposal...
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    Funded [Kompendium-4] Advanced NFT Specification & Module Development

    Executive Summary This is a grant proposal for the design and development of an advanced standard of (non-fungible tokens) NFTs for the factom ecosystem that aligns with the Ethereum ERC1155 NFT standard. This NFT standard would allow for multiclass NFTs on Factom L2. Deliverables for this grant...
  12. Jason Gregoire

    July 2021 Community Update

    This is an update for July 2021. The activity described occurred during July. Infrastructure (No change since June) Current Servers: 2 Factom Authority Servers 2 Backup Servers 1 Factom testnet server 3 Application Servers 2 additional small servers (7 VMs) for a localized FATd testnet, and...
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    June 2021 Community Update

    This is an update for June 2021. Activity described occurred over May, and half of June. Infrastructure Current Servers: 2 Factom Authority Servers 2 Backup Servers 1 Factom testnet server 3 Application Servers 2 additional small servers (7 VMs) for a localized FATd testnet, and an API...
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    Current Update: Kompendium Community Update: April 2021

    This is an update for February 2021. Activity described occurred over February, March, and early April. Infrastructure: Client Libraries: Updates and Maintenance were conducted on the Haskell and Rust Libraries Current Servers: 2 Application-support Servers, 2 Factom Authority Servers, 2...
  15. Jason Gregoire

    ANO Application

    Hi and Yes, we’ve seen it. Thank you for the follow up! Hope all is well.
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