Hello SKM community! Here are this week’s updates:
-Last Thursday, we had an early morning AMA in the Wolf Crypto group. For over 3 hours, we had Wolf Crypto community members throw over 50 questions our way. For more on the AMA, visit Wolf Crypto’s Medium page here.
-Eric had a follow-up interview with crypto YouTuber Crypto Beadles last week. This is the third video we’ve done with Robert, this time speaking on MainNet development and where Ally is heading. Be sure to head over to this page to check out all 3 interviews we’ve done with Crypto Beadles.
-SKM is now listed on ChainX, an exchange based out of Korea. We want to thank Wolf Crypto for helping us get listed, and thanks to ChainX for listing us!
-One of our top advisors, Jeff Pulver, Co-Founder of Vonage, stepped by the office yesterday for lots of strategy meetings and he ended up sitting in on Eric’s Yizhibo broadcast as well. Jeff directly told Eric, “I happen to believe that the future of blockchain is communication.” This is a pretty big endorsement from someone so entrenched in the world of blockchain!
-Speaking of Yizhibo, we now have 50,000 views on all of our videos.
-For anyone that missed it this morning, we participated in another AMA in CryptoSMart’s trading group today. There were lots of rapid-fire questions; the team was happy to see so many people coming in!
-Last but not least, the team has been making some huge back-end improvements on Ally over the last week to truly enhance the user experience in China. For those of you in China, we have a few testing groups who are continuing to send us user feedback – be sure to always make sure you’re using the latest version of Ally.
That’s it for this week’s updates – see you all next week with new updates!
About Skrumble Network
Skrumble Network (SKM) is a new, innovative public blockchain that is uniquely optimized for secure communication-centric connections and transactions, decentralized applications, and offers a communication layer for developers to build into any application. With no middle entity or centralized server host in between to censor, block or manipulate any data, Skrumble Network’s blockchain and decentralized applications aim to be a catalyst for data privacy and help to truly democratize communication on a global scale. For more information, please visit https://skrumble.network/.