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.
The Tezos Foundation will implement KYC/AML checks for contributors.
Cryptonomic is developing a wallet that can be used to interact with the Tezos blockchain for the upcoming betanet launch. More »
The Tezos Foundation will support the launch of the Tezos beta network, including a tool to help fundraiser contributors verify their donation.
The Tezos Foundation will support Inria and Tarides in their research and development of technologies that relate to the Tezos protocol.
The Tezos Foundation is developing partnerships with OCaml Labs and IMDEA Software Institute to further maintain and advance the Tezos codebase and Tezos-related technologies.
We’d like to begin by thanking the Tezos community for its incredible support over the past year. We have a number of updates to share today about the Tezos Foundation, development milestones and the planned launch of the Tezos betanet in Q2 and mainnet in Q3 of 2018.
The Tezos Foundation is funding a development effort by Obsidian Systems to develop a set of software solutions to help everyone participate in «baking» on the Tezos network.
Following the expansion of the Board, the Tezos Foundation is strengthening its cooperation with the core development team and is providing additional resources and help to support and expand the team. Furthermore, the Foundation has formed a partnership with the OCaml Software Foundation to fund the «Learn OCaml» project at Inria.