One month in, and 2022 has been pretty action-packed already. So let’s give you a quick update on everything we have done this month.
During the fourth quarter of 2021 (October, November, and December) the Qtum Chain Foundation spent 22.5 bitcoin, an average of 7.5 BTC per month.
For the 4th quarter, these category percentages were Technology Development 48.7%, PR and Marketing 2.6%, Operations Costs 2.4%, Compliance Costs 22.1%, Business Development 18.7%, and Technical Cooperation 5.5%
Qtum wrapped up the second edition of Crypto Canvas. Crypto Canvas 2 ran for four weeks, starting on December 13, 2021, and ending on January 10, 2022. Contestants were asked to create a Qtum NFT on the testnet and submit the entries to our Crypto Canvas 2 Discord chat. The event had 66 contestants contributing over 100 testnet NFTs, which shared over 250 QTUM in awards.
Qtum Co-founder Patrick Dai gave the Qtum community a taste of what’s in store for the future.
Moonland is a play-to-earn metaverse platform that will run on the Qtum blockchain. This month, Moonland gave a preview of what its avatars would look like.
- Work continues merging branch for bitcoin version 22 to qtum core version 22, build for Mac, qtum-qt refresh address. Version 22 features peer-to-peer and network changes, and new and updated commands/RPCs.
- Qnekt wallet (MetaMask clone for Qtum) reskinning, adding Base58 address support, managing dust, and immature UTXOs.
- qtumj testing for QRC20 support, Fastlane implementation, and op_sender. Updates in qtum-ethers.
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