The Tezos Foundation is pleased to announce that it has issued grants to the Tezos Commons Foundation (“TCF”), Tezos Japan Foundation, and Tezos Korea Foundation. More »
The Tezos Foundation’s core mission is to support the Tezos protocol and its community. As previously stated, the Foundation is committed to providing material support to developers, scientists, bakers (“network validators”), and enthusiasts in their efforts to fortify and innovate around the project.
We are pleased with the launch of the betanet and its performance thus far. It is exciting to see the number of delegations occurring. In this update, we want to inform the community that blocks created from cycle 3 to cycle 7 will not be endorsed.
The Tezos Foundation is thrilled to announce that the Tezos betanet is live.
In an effort to better prepare the community for the betanet, we would like to once again communicate expectations for this network:
Tezos is a distributed, peer-to-peer, permissionless network. No single entity owns, manages, or controls “Tezos.” Understanding this paradigm is fundamental to understanding Tezos.
The Tezos Foundation is pleased to announce the sponsorship of a bug bounty program that will be deployed and managed by HackerOne to steadily improve the overall security of Tezos.
Activation codes are available
The Tezos Foundation is pleased to announce that activation codes are now available to contributors who have completed the identity verification process at https://verification.tezos.com.
The Tezos community, its developers, and the Foundation are all preparing for the Tezos beta network (“betanet”) launch. Fundraiser contributors who haven’t already checked their contributions or completed the Tezos Foundation’s identity verification process should do so now. This verification process can be completed either before or after the betanet launch.