Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqTjcPNZhAU
Official links: https://linktr.ee/Tellor
Hey Tellor community, welcome to another Teller update. This week we announced that we are finally up and running on the Harmony protocol, so if you are a project building on Harmony, feel free to reach out, we'd love to help you get integrated. With the Tellor oracle also this week we deployed on the Arbitrum test net, so if you're a project building on Arbitrum, we'd love to work with you. Obviously, we're still in the testing phase, but it should be fairly quick process and we're happy to get the conversation started, so we can hit the ground running. For the reporters out there, there's another Telliot release, I know we had one last week, but be sure to keep up to date on that as we're getting some more interest, so there's going to be some more price feeds being added and we're also getting some new contributors. So, shout out to Akrem for joining the good fight over there and again we are open source, so if you're a developer looking to contribute feel free to jump in the discord, jump in the GitHub and get your hands dirty. On Friday we had an AMA with the Polygon community, where CTO Nick Fett was able to answer some very well thought out and thorough questions about teller and how it works on the Polygon ecosystem. That was recorded, we'll throw the link in the description below if you want to check that out. And then lastly, we posted a video of the brainstorming session for the next version of Tellor, it's obviously still a way out, but we're still in the concept phase and we wanted the community to join in on the discussion. So, give that a watch, feel free to leave any comments or join the discord and join the conversation so that you can be a part of helping build it out. So, that's going to be it for this week, thanks for watching and we'll see you next time.