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Dear Ambrosus Community,
Welcome to another bi-weekly progress report! In this update from the Ambrosus team, the most important technical and ecosystem developments are discussed from the past two weeks. Overall, the continuous onboarding of Apollo, Hermes and Atlas Masternodes on the Ambrosus Network, coupled with a diverse increase in open-source ecosystem development has further propelled growth in the Ambrosus Ecosystem across industries and countries! It has been a busy two weeks, so let’s get started.
Technical Update: Apollo, Hermes and Atlas Masternodes Continue to Progress
The focus of the Ambrosus developer team from the past two weeks has remained devoted to onboarding and improving Apollo, Hermes and Atlas Masternodes. Regarding Hermes Masternodes, the developer team has begun to design a User-Interface (UI) for Hermes owners to grant them an improved accessibility to all functionalities when interacting with the Ambrosus Network. This includes uploading bundles, categorising the information that has been collected, and determining who has access to information once it has been sent to the Ambrosus blockchain. The underlying emphasis in these efforts has been on usability: more user-friendly and optimized interfaces lead to more efficiency, and seamless client onboarding. With more clients onboarded, network activity can increase and especially the opportunity for our Atlas Masternodes to store generated data.
For Atlas Masternodes, the developer team has continued to iterate and improve both small and large details. The current focus is largely based upon improving the bundle sheltering distribution formula: to make it more complex and therefore more accurate. The goal is to ensure that different types of Atlas Masternodes have the most equal opportunity to fetch and secure bundles. A second, and equally important focus, is the Ambrosus Explorer. The developer team has identified a significant list of features to add to the Ambrosus Explorer including all available data on ...
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