Back in November, we created a quick survey for the Ethereum community to help us gauge how well we’re doing, what could be improved, and how best we can communicate with all of you as we move toward the release of the genesis suite in March. We feel it is very important to enable the community to interact with Ethereum in addition to itself, and we hope to offer new and exciting tools to do so using the survey results for guidance.
The survey itself consists of 14 questions divided into two parts; Ethereum as “Organization” and Ethereum as “Technology”. There were a total of 286 responses. This represents 7.8% of the current Ethereum Reddit Population, or 2.4% of the current Tweet embed Followers.
In which country do you currently reside?
So, this is where everyone lives. To summarize by continent – of the 286 respondents, 123 (43%) are in North America, 114 (40%) in Europe, 30 (10%) in Asia, 13 (5%) in Oceania and 6 (2%) in South America. There are no surprises there, although it does show how – and the crypto space in general – we have a lot of work to do in regions south of Brandt Line. One way to do this is to seed more international Ethereum encounters. You can see a map of all the current Ethereum encounters over here (We have 81 in total worldwide from London to New York to Tehran with over 6000 participating members). If you would like to start one yourself, please write to us and we can be of further assistance – firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is understood that our transparency is very important to society. To that end, we strive to make much of our inner workings freely available on the Internet. As shown in the graph, most people would agree that we do exactly that. However, more can always be done. We are currently working on an update ethereum.org The website is ready to release the configuration block. We expect more content and information as we complete this towards the end of January. In the meantime, take a look at Ethereum GitHub repositoryor head to the new ΞTH ÐΞV A website for a better understanding of the entity that offers Ethereum 1.0, as well as its truly amazing team.
We have always tried to provide the community with as much information as possible about our financial situation, and from the results many of you seem to agree. For more information on how Ethereum intends to use the revenue generated from the sale of Ether as we move forward, check out road map and the ĐΞV plan. To learn more about Ether discounts themselves, take a look at Vitalik Introduction to selling etherThe Ethereum Bitcoin walletor the Statistical Overview of Selling Ether.
While most people would agree that the use cases of Ethereum in the community are straightforward, I won’t be sure we’ve discovered them all yet. Every day we talk with developers and entrepreneurs via Skype or on IRC (Join in your browser – #ethereum / #ethereum-dev) who have thought of new and exciting ideas they are looking to implement on top of Ethereum – many of which are completely new to us. For a brief overview of some of the use cases we’ve encountered, check out Stefan Towal’s recent presentation at NewFinance.
We’re doing our best to keep everyone informed of the wide range of changes, updates, and general project progress that’s been happening over recent months. Gavin Wood and Jeff Wilk privately wrote some excellent blog updates on how things are going in both the Berlin and Amsterdam V Hubs. You can see all the updates in a file Project Category From the Ethereum blog.
Mission statement ΞTH ÐΞV Now proudly on ΞTH ÐΞV for all to see. In detail, it explains what needs to be achieved over time, but can be summarized as “to research, design and build programs that facilitate, as best as possible, in a secure, decentralized and fair manner, communication and an automatically enforced agreement between the parties”.
Much like the crypto space in general, Ethereum is somewhat difficult to obtain at first. There is no doubt about it, and it is our duty to make the process of gaining understanding and enabling participation as easy and intuitive as possible. As mentioned earlier, the new ethereum.org website will be an invaluable tool in helping people access the right information that applies to their knowledge and skills. Also, over time, we aim to create an Udemy/Codacademy like utility that will allow people with skills ranging from none to Jedi Master to learn how Ethereum works and how to implement their ideas. Meanwhile, Ken Kappler is a great place to start for those who want to use Ethereum. Tutorials.
This was an important question because it gave a lot of perspective on which aspects to focus on before composition, and what (although useful) could be developed afterwards. From a user interface point of view, the Go team in Amsterdam is working on creating Mist, the “app Navigator” for Ethereum. Mist’s initial design ideas are provided by the lead UI designer, Alex Van de Sande at this video.
Ease of installation will greatly affect user adoption – we can’t make people recompile customer data every time a new update is pushed! So binaries with internal update systems are in the pipeline. Action on client reliability(s) is undertaken by Jutta Steiner, our Director of Internal and External Security Audits. We expect it to be Community Bug Reward Project It’s live by mid-January, so stay tuned and get ready for epic 11-digit Satoshi rewards, a leaderboard and more “1337” prizes.
Developer tools are on the way, too. Specifically, the project “Mix”. Mix supports some pretty amazing features, including documentation, compiler, and debugger integration for writing information about code health, valid constants, code structure and code formatting, as well as variable values and assertion annotations. It is a long-term project that is expected to be delivered within the next 12-18 months, and we are now very focused on completing the blockchain. Once completed, we can reallocate our resources to other important projects. You can learn more at Power point From ÐΞVcon-0. At the moment, documents are constantly created on Ethereum GitHub Wiki.
The blog and social media interaction will continue to provide Ethereum content on relevant channels with the aim of reaching as many people as possible.
with More people own smartphones than computers Indeed, imagine how prolific they would be Time is running? This will be the case especially in emerging markets like India and Nigeria, they are likely to outpace computers to some extent and gain widespread adoption very quickly. cell phone light client It will be very important for the usability of Ethereum. As part of a joint venture between IBM and Samsungwitty“(a The Internet of things The platform currently being unveiled at CES 2015), the Android version of the Ethereum Java client – ethereumj, will be Open source on github. This will go a long way to get Ethereum Mobile!
It is interesting to see a very disparate set of responses to this question. As said earlier, the use cases for Ethereum are as wide as they are diverse, and it’s great to see how many different types of services people are looking to implement on top of Ethereum. The focus on governance-based applications highlights Ethereum’s ability to facilitate interactions between the digital and physical world and create autonomously governed communities that can compete with both governments and businesses. Primavera de Filippi and Rafael Mauro are investigating this matter further in Internet Policy Review.
This graph shows a reasonable spread, we’ve done our best to make it available to multiple clients on different operating systems. You can find Alethzero binaries over hereAnd the fog binaries over here. However, it is very quickly outdated and may not connect to the test network as development continues, so if you are considering using Ethereum before release, it helps while checking out Client Building Lessons For the latest customer releases.
With Mist (Go), Alethzero (C++), Pythereum (Python) Node-Ethereum (Node.js), and Ethereumj (Java), Ethereum already has a large number of clients available. The yellow paper Written by Gavin Wood is a great reference for the community to create their clients, as we’ve seen with those still in development like Clojure iterations and Objective C.
As mentioned by Gavin Wood in Previous Blog Post, Mutan and LLL as smart contract languages will be discontinued. Vitalik will continue to develop Serpent with his team, and Soldity will continue as the primary development language for Ethereum contracts. you can try Hardness in your browseror see another Vision and roadmap Presentation by Gavin Wood and Vitalik Buterin at ÐΞVcon-0.
Thanks to Alex Van de Sande for help with survey implementation and graph drawings. Codes retrieved from 8 . icons. If anyone would like a copy of the preliminary survey results, feel free to send an email email@example.com.