Biggest story from the past week is a statement released in reference to ETC monetary policy. Additionally, since the community united and moved forward, Grayscale has announced that the ETC Trust is a go. March is shaping up to be an insanely great month for ETC and blockchain in general. Also in the news is a new ETCdev Team website that is up and running as well as another weekly meeting from IOHK's Grothendieck team.
The other stories featured in this newsletter are listed below:*
Treasury proposal has just been released by IOHK. Please voice your thoughts, opinions, and commentary.
Chinese exchange http://szzc.com lists ETC.
How I learned to stop worrying and love ETC.
IOHK's project lead on hitting the ground running with the Grothendieck team.
An Interview With The Anonymous Individual That Started Ethereum Classic
Blog post by Charles Hoskinson discussing ETC monetary policy, the treasury proposal and other topics.
Dr. Seberino found some gold when he was digging around looking at some of the unicode symbols, let us know what you guys think.
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Reddit user "bitp" has brought it to the communities attention that the "Ethereum Classic" Wikipedia link currently redirects to "Ethereum". ETC community member /u/FaceDeer was previously a Wikipedia editor and has provided some insight on what should be done moving forward. One of his recommendations is that we start the process by adding to the Ethereum Classic section that is currently on the Ethereum Wikipedia page. ETC can then be given its own page after volunteers have submitted enough info. Please see his full post in the reddit thread linked below.
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