HUMAN community newsletter (#11)
This has been a month of adding new collaborators to our ecosystem. We are delighted to have on-boarded a new grantee: DataUnion. DataUnion will be using the grant to build open-source Reputation and Recording Oracles.
We are also delighted to announce a collaboration with Hummingbot to create ‘Humming Human’, a way to create decentralized reward pools for DeFi.
Beyond that, we are excited by the on-going hackathon with H.E.R. DAO to ensure airdropped NFTs only reach humans.
DataUnion is an ML project designed to get more value out of data. They will be building open-source Reputation and Recording Oracles for data-labeling work coming from hCaptcha. We believe – given our aligned interests – that this grant can promote further collaboration with DataUnion.
The Hummingbot collaboration will leverage HUMAN’s Recording Oracle layer to record individual contributions in DeFi. This work will result in decentralized reward pools; meaning anyone can earn tokens for providing volume and/or liquidity to given platforms.
A new support chat has been added to the HUMAN App. You can find it in the bottom right corner of the application. If you have any issues/questions/suggestions with the HUMAN app – you can now talk with us online!
Our new application – the HUMAN Escrow Factory Dashboard – has been updated. We've added Polygon Mumbai and Neon test networks. New features incoming: list of jobs, events, wallets etc.
The hmt-escrow library now has a ‘The Graph’ integration. Feel free to check the repository for our latest updates.
During NYC NFT, we launched a hackathon in cooperation with H.E.R. DAO.
The task is to create real-world use cases for Proof of HUMANity. The focus of this is to apply PoH to NFTs. This means to make sure airdropped NFTs only go to humans, and to ensure only humans can create, mint, and enter such giveaways.
First of all, it will involve integrating PoH into existing DApps, as well as adding new plugins beyond hCaptcha to operate the HUMANity test. The challenge will be open for another few weeks and we can’t wait to see all the cool ideas that will be coming out of the hackathon.
To further strengthen our open-source efforts, we have on-boarded an ambassador to act as a point of contact between HUMAN and the developer community. More challenges and tasks are getting released constantly.
We have awarded multiple new grants, and will keep you updated when we can announce the release. Of particular excitement is a grant in the audio labeling space, which we are very excited for.
If you wish to enquire about integrations, usage, or to learn more about HUMAN Protocol, get in contact with the HUMAN team.