Swarm City

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Swarm City Association

Membership is now openThree years ago, we created Swarm City intending to build the infrastructure for decentralized marketplaces. Besides, we wanted to showcase how this works best by creating a decentralized Uber on top of the platform.Today we accomplished 90% of the platform, but as much as we try, we cannot build a fully decentralized solution with today’s state of the blockchain and its tools.In 2017 we lost our funding due to a hack of our state of the art Multisig Wallet. We continued working on the platform with a small amount of funding we had left and also using the Swarm City Tokens we had allocated to ourselves during the sale as well as some personal funds. In 2019 our funds finally ran out, and only Kingflurkel continued to build. But as mentioned, the tools we have at hand are either not working to the extent we need it or are not decentralized.Also, in 2019 we finally created an entity in Switzerland. The Swarm City Association. An association is an organization that is run by its members. Every decision made is based on a vote by the members. We see this as a perfect step into creating a DAO while already protecting the brand and the people running the Organisation.A system which is adopted by a few more organizations such as Commonsstack.org or DAppNode.ioIn 2020 it is time to get members into the association and use the organization to make Swarm City a working product. As I am the only Board member left, I will set the first rules for membership, and once we have a few members, we can vote on these rules and any other topic altogether.Here is my plan:Membership is open to any person.Applications can be made by using this Form: Swarm City Association Membership ApplicationThe membership fee is at least 500 USD to be paid in crypto per year (12 months from the time you join). You can choose to contribute more.The money collected will be used for fixed costs (Servers and URL) and mainly for finishing to build swarm city.Members will vote on the prioritization of what should be built and on the funding for building the topic.Governance is one of the toughest topics to define. Starting, I would like to try the following voting/signaling mechanism.For every USD contributed in crypto as membership, the member receives an equivalent amount of voting tokens.For each vote, the member can stake/lock up his tokens in a voting contract. The longer the tokens are locked up, the more weight the vote gets. This concept is called conviction voting and is being built by the commons stack association. It is untested so far, but I like to try it.Membership applications are now open. I look forward to receiving yours.About the Author:I am a former Advisory Board Member of the Ethereum Foundation, the CEO of Old School GmbH, Co-founder of AVADO and president of the Swarm City Association.If you like my posts, please feel free to follow me here or on Twitter or LinkedIn.Swarm City Association was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

20. 01. 01

Swarm City + Swarm, United ...

ObjectiveThe goal of Swarm City is to create decentralized commerce, however the dream began with our community’s need for decentralized rideshare. Several years ago state actors at all levels began restricting, or even straight-up outlawing rideshare. It persists today. Not only is this a direct affront to the natural right of two consenting adults to interact as they see fit, it puts tremendous hardship on drivers trying to support themselves and their families.At the same time, where legal, rideshare is controlled by a few mega-companies like Uber, Grab, and Lift who take a 30% fee or more from every transaction. This cannot stand, and will not if we have something to say about it. We will continue our mission to build decentralized rideshare, and beyond, with the help of some new friends :)The ProblemIn order to create truly decentralized, peer-to-peer rideshare, we must have decentralized data persistence and messaging. Swarm City is currently using IPFS and Whisper respectively, but neither is robust or reliable enough to accomplish our goals. To circumvent this, Swarm City created an API bridge, but this adds centralization to the ecosystem, which is unacceptable in the long term. Luckily, we now have a solution. That solution is Swarm.Swarm is building the data tools needed for decentralized data persistence and messaging.Under the umbrella of Fair Data Society we are partnering with Swarm in order to realize our long-held dream of decentralized rideshare. In doing so we can together solve not only the data persistence and messaging problems, but also scaling, and anonymity.Also, in keeping with Fair Data Society best practices, users transacting in Swarm City marketplaces will eventually be able to decide what information about themselves they wish to reveal. It’s exciting stuff!What is Swarm City?Swarm City is a decentralized, peer-to-peer commerce application, with built-in reputation. Users find each other in context specific marketplaces to transact goods and services. Not only that, users can create their own marketplaces, and in return for earning a small per-transaction fee, they provide conflict resolution, and in general make their marketplace a great place to transact.The MVP app was released in June of 2017, and since then Swarm City has been working on creating the most user friendly commerce app possible, while remaining truly decentralized and truly peer-to-peer.Swarm City has continued to build and release despite losing the vast majority of their development funds in the 2017 Parity multisig hack.Although Swarm City allows for any type of commerce marketplace, creating decentralized rideshare is a priority.What is Fair Data SocietyFair Data Society is a non-profit organization initiated by Datafund, whose purpose is to define “Fair Data Principles” and to develop technology that treats personal data with respect, keeping those fair data principles in mind.Development ProgressSwarm City has completed almost all front end development for the “Boardwalk” version of our app. Here is the progress website:https://progress.swarm.city/Boardwalk lays the foundation for decentralized commerce. Users are able to create their identity, send, receive, and store Swarm Tokens (SWT), create and reply to requests in order to engage in deals in context specific marketplaces, and resolve conflicts. Users are also able to communicate and earn reputation. The Boardwalk interface is Craigslist-like, and easy to use.Since the beginning of 2019, Swarm City has been creating a React version of Boardwalk (from Polymer) to make it easier for interested developers to add assistance.Our GoalsWe will plug Swarm and the Ethereum blockchain into the new React front end to bring about decentralized messaging and data persistence, and use the newly constructed app as our rideshare proof-of-concept.To do that, we need to accomplish:Integrate FDS.js into Swarm City Boardwalk to use for:Install web3 functionality from Polymer version of the app to React by defining contract interface with FDS.js to manage web3 interactionInstall Swarm to replace IPFS functionality, using FDS.jsAdd ridesharing functionality (map) using Open Street Maps including: add meta-info (pickup and dropoff location), select location using Mapbox, Create log-less Mapbox server, run Open Street Maps over SwarmAdd e2e encrypted reporting of driver location to user and mapping using Swarm Feeds and Open Street Maps.We are pioneering this approach for our own needs of course, but we believe the greater ethereum community will benefit as well. We see a scalable rideshare app as the perfect example for P2P, decentralized commerce on Ethereum. By solving rideshare, we solve all commerce.To achieve these goals, a fundraising effort is underway at Giveth.One. Here’s the link to the campaign. Please participate if you believe decentralized rideshare is an important objective.Fair Data Society will use any funds raised to help us integrate Swarm into a rideshare proof of concept. What follows is a breakdown of each campaign milestone.Milestone 1: Integrate FDS.js into Swarm City BoardwalkTo be used for:Create walletCreate username (ENS)Account messagingAccount/wallet management (import and export)Included in the Milestone:Approx 120 dev hoursComms and CommunityTotal cost to implement: $21,600Milestone 2: Install web3 functionality from Polymer to ReactThe install includes:Defining contract interface with FDS.js to manage web3 interaction (or)Use current web3.js bits (tbd)Included in this Milestone:Approx 120 dev hoursComms and CommunityTotal cost to implement: $21,600Milestone 3: Install Swarm to replace IPFS functionalityThis install includes:Use FDS.js to install Swarm into Boardwalk React app for data persistence.Included in this Milestone:Approx 64 dev hoursComms and CommunityTotal cost to implement: $12,000Milestone 4: Add ridesharing functionalityA rideshare app needs a map! Integrate Open Street Maps. Sub-goals:Add meta-info (pickup and dropoff location)Select location using MapboxCreate logless Mapbox serverRun Open Street Maps over SwarmIncluded in this Milestone:Approx 160 dev hoursComms and CommunityTotal cost to implement: $28,800Milestone 5: E2E encrypted reportingAdd e2e encrypted reporting of:Driver location to userMapping using Swarm Feeds and Open Street Maps.Included in this Milestone:Approx 64 dev hoursComms and CommunityTotal cost to implement: $12,000Connect with usThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have React or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack, Swarm City Riot, or follow us on Twitter.Swarm City + Swarm, United By Fair Data Society, To Build Decentralized Rideshare was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

19. 05. 21

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Brenda tries again, but did she learn from her mistakes?PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read: Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E07: Searching New HorizonsIn episode 7, Brenda tries to reply to a request on a different hashtag.Brenda sees the hashtaglist and chooses a different hashtag she’s interested in. She learned from her previous mistake, and this time filters the list to only see requests nearby. She concludes she’ll have a better chance of fulfilling requests that occur in her general neighborhood.Brenda sees Gary’s request. It’s nearby, and it’s the amount she’s looking for, so she responds to Gary’s request. Gary picks Brenda as the provider, but by that time Brenda is passed out on the couch.Gary loses his patience with Brenda, so he deselects her and picks someone else.New epics in this episode:As a user, I can see all hashtags with the number of completed deals for each hashtag, so I can see the activity in Swarm City. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/25As a user, I can filter a hashtag’s items by my geo-range of choice so I can see items in my area.https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/26As seeker, I can deselect the replier I previously selected, so I can choose another one.https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/27Episode Video: https://youtu.be/-qWO5MC5Rf0Glossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 7 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 12. 11

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Crystal resolves the dispute between Tom and Brenda.PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read: Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E06: Finding PeaceIn episode 6 we meet Crystal, the Hashtag maintainer. She is responsible for resolving the conflict between Tom and Brenda.Crystal checks the details of their deal. She joins the chat with Tom and Brenda, and starts communicating with them. She hears both sides of the argument.Crystal resolves the conflict in favor of Tom. Brenda realizes it was her own fault. (For one thing, spelling your customer’s name right is important.) Will she do a better job next time?New epics in this episode:As a hashtag maintainer I can resolve conflicts so users have a safe and fair marketplace. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/24Episode Video: https://youtu.be/wQTb84lumwYGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 6 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 12. 02

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read: Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E05: Going SourIn episode 5 Tom tries to make up his mind about where to post his first request. There are so many possibilities to choose from!In order to decide, Tom checks out the information display for several different hashtags.He chooses #NeedATranslator.Tom makes a new request and selects Brenda as a provider, which results in a deal between Brenda and Tom.Although Brenda agreed to the deal, she never delivers. Tom wonders where she is so he sends her a chat message in their shared deal.Brenda replies “Damn, it’s just too hard for me, Ton! You want it in what langwage?”, which of course makes Tom seriously pissed off, as he is quite anal with spelling. He has to resort to his last option: initiating conflict resolution with the hashtag maintainer. Will Tom get justice?New epics in this episode:As a user I can find the details for a hashtag, so I can learn more about it. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/21As a user, I can chat so I can communicate about the deal. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/22As a user I can start a conflict about the deal, so I can express I do not agree to the deal anymore. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/23Episode Video: https://youtu.be/atdtrrHL3FsGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 5 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 11. 19

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Frank and Tom complete their deal.PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read: Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E04: The Successful DealIn episode 4, Frank and Tom successfully complete a deal.When a deal is successfully completed both users gain reputation. Frank can view his new reputation, while Tom verifies that he received his SWT.Finally Tom’s got his SWT. He knows it opens up a whole new world of possibilities. What will he do with his newly gained capital?New epics in this episode:As a seeker, I payout the deal, so the provider gets the funds and reputation tokens are created for me and the provider.https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/14As a user, I can see my reputation balances so I can check how other users perceive me.https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/17Episode Video: https://youtu.be/aCXWOU2UZ0kGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 4 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 10. 28

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Frank chooses Tom to complete his request.PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read: Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E03: The Burden Of ChoiceIn episode 3, Frank has to decide who he wants to choose as a provider for his request.Frank gets to know the reputation of the repliers, Alice and Tom. Alice’s reputation is sketchy, so he chooses Tom to become the Provider.Tom is very happy, and agrees to the deal.Will they successfully complete this deal, or is there a conflict waiting around the corner?New epics in this episode:As a user, I see another user’s reputation so I can interpret it to decide on the trustworthiness of the other user. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/12As a seeker, I choose one of the repliers to become my provider so we can enter into a deal. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/13As a Provider, I accept and fund the deal, so the Seeker and I are engaged in a deal. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/15Episode Video: https://youtu.be/ypohdKho_bMGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 3 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 10. 14

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Tom and Alice respond to Frank’s request.PrefaceFor a complete outline, please read Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E02: Request RepliesIn episode 2, two people reply to Frank’s request.Alice sees Frank’s request on Facebook. She taps it, and gets transported by way of the internet to swarm.city. Here Alice can see the details of the request, and she decides to reply.Tom is already on Swarm City, specifically on page /hashtag of #Settler. He also is intrigued by Frank’s request, and taps it to see the detail. Tom decides to reply as well.Frank sees the two replies. Who will he choose?New epics in this episode:As a provider, I can reply to a request so I can express my interest in entering into this deal.https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/10As a user, I can see the replies to a request. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/11Episode Video: https://youtu.be/bfopXLd03IgGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 2 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 09. 27

Swarm City High Level Roadm...

Meet Frank! He’s posting his first request in Swarm City.PrefaceFor a complete overview, please read Swarm City High Level Roadmap Overview.Every Episode is a development sprint. Each Episode consists of a set of Epics devs must work through in order to create the functionalities highlighted in the Episode.After each sprint the dev team will show a functioning DApp demo in which the scenario described by the Episode is played out.Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the ensuing Episode.S01 E01: First RequestIn episode 1, Frank is really excited to start using Swarm City. Whenever he gets excited by something, Frank throws himself whole hog into it. And so without delay he creates and posts his first request.Frank would like someone to translate his “Decentralise Now!” manifesto in exchange for 20 SWT. He posts this request in the marketplace known as #Settler, because #Settler is a place where early adopters go to do such things.Frank is on /new-request, filling in the description: “Translate my 1 page manifesto from English to Dutch.” and the amount: “20 SWT”. Frank sets the request’s location to “Worldwide”.After submitting his request, he sees it on page /hashtag (of #Settler). Frank taps on his item to see the detail. In the detail, he finds and then grabs the shareable link and posts it on Facebook.Who, oh who, will respond to Frank’s request?New epics in this episode:As a Seeker, I can share the relevant location range of my request so providers can choose if it’s relevant to them. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/18As a seeker, I can post a new request in a hashtag, describing what I am asking for and how much SWT I am offering, so providers can see what my need is. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/7As a user, I can see all the items in a hashtag, so I know the activity of myself and other people. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/8As a user, I see the detail-view of a request/deal I’m active in so I can verify all the details of this request/deal. https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConcept/issues/9Episode Video: https://youtu.be/MMkKu43_cjwGlossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City High Level Roadmap: Episode 1 was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 06. 11

Swarm City Boardwalk High L...

By: Matthew CaranoSwarm City development is split into five major releases: Terminal, Boardwalk, Boardwalk v2, Storefront, and Hives. For a complete overview of this and more, please visit: http://thisis.swarm.city/So far we have released Terminal and Boardwalk v1, but we soon realized that the way the app was developed would not work efficiently on Ethereum without major upgrades. This lead us to completely refactor and redesign the app from scratch, into what will become Boardwalk v2.You see, it’s not good enough for us to have a working app. That could have been achieved with the old build. We insist on building an app that sets the standard, not just for decentralized commerce, but all interactions. We want to build an app our community loves to use, and we want you to be able to use our platform to easily create marketplaces your community loves to use.Development is hard work, but it should be funIn a decentralized, distributed, open source, coercive-free environment, one can only inspire, not command, because if you tell people what to do, Niks Moet and they’re out! That’s why we aim to seduce devs with the dream that Swarm City represents. But we believe it’s important to do so in manageable chunks, so with that in mind, we created an inspirational roadmap for them to follow, broken down into short dev sprints.What does that look like? Our roadmap is a bit different than most. We like to have fun, so when Swarm City Dev came together to write these sprints, they organized them the same way the writers of a TV show would; into Seasons and Episodes.Each Season is a collection of Episodes, and each Episode is broken down into user stories we call Epics. These Episodes are the development sprints used to build a major release, (in this case Boardwalk v2) and the High Level Roadmap is the organizational structure of those Episodes.It’s important to know that chunk size is important. You don’t want to over-stimulate a creator with too much detail, and too long of an assignment. You do want to keep them inspired and busy by providing dev sprints that can be accomplished in rather short order. Small, routine success-experiences help people stay motivated, particularly when building something novel.Season 1: Boardwalk V2Season 1 has 8 Episodes, and each episode is a development sprint. When all 8 Episodes are completed, Boardwalk v2 will be completed. The Episodes are broken down into a set of Epics devs must work though to create the functionalities highlighted in that Episode.After each Episode is complete, the dev team will be able to show a functioning Dapp demo in which the scenario described in the Episode is played out. Once an Episode is completed, devs are free to move on to the next Episode.Each Episode in the Overview is full of great information. First is the high level story describing the capabilities a user will enjoy. Then, all Epics are listed with a short summary and link to their individual pages. Each Epic page gives a concise explanation of app functionality, as well as actual app screens.We will be publishing each Episode individually, but here is a link to the complete roadmap on Github: https://github.com/swarmcity/SwarmCityConceptPlease consider this Roadmap as our dev timeline for Boardwalk v2.Next up: Episode 1.Glossary of termsCheck out these articles to learn more about the general concepts of Swarm City.HashtagsHivesStorefrontsReputationOverview of Swarm City’s philosophical and technical pillarsConnect with the dev teamThe Dev Team is always on the lookout for other developers who want to get involved. If you have Polymer or Solidity experience, feel free to reach out to #devhive in Riot. You can get a peek at the project by reviewing Github, here. To hang out where our community is, join us in Swarm City Slack.Swarm City Boardwalk High Level Roadmap: Overview was originally published in Swarm City Times on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Swarm City

18. 06. 01

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