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The highlight of the past two weeks has been the launch of the ambassador program. The ambassador program sets HUMAN up for a future of community collaboration; it’s a means for the impassioned, skilled, and dedicated of our community to be supported for contributing more to the project.
We’re happy to announce that we’ve reintroduced the withdrawal option to the App, and have resolved the underlying issue. The withdrawal flow is also improved, to make the withdrawal of HMT more seamless.
In addition, the HUMAN App now supports the Polygon network for withdrawals, to reduce gas fees, which we discuss in this piece.
Our programs – including the BugBounty, ambassador, and grants program – have proven hugely popular with the HUMAN community as well as the broader blockchain community. Since their inception, we’ve seen:
For all of the programs, we are in the process of reviewing and interviewing suitable applicants, and are excited to see who we can onboard. On the ambassador program, there are a limited number of positions, so we are carefully selecting candidates who we believe can add most to our vision. For those whose applications were unsuccessful, we are excited to invite them to become a HUMAN emissary.
We’ve seen significant growth within our Discord community over the past two weeks: a 30% increase. In the near future, we’ll be accelerating our efforts to support the growth of our community on Discord, and migrate some of the key conversations to this server.
Our Twitter engagement also increased by 14.8% and the click-through rate by up to 50% compared to the previous period, thanks, in part, to the positive reaction to our ambassador and grant programs.
If you wish to enquire about integrations, usage, or to learn more about HUMAN Protocol, get in contact with the HUMAN team.
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