VeChain, a blockchain platform designed to enhance supply chain management, has launched a bounty program to reward developers that are ready to contribute to the development of the VeChain ecosystem.
At a time when VeChain is getting adopted by various institutions, more hands are needed to make the blockchain platform beat its competitors in the industry.
Developers Could Earn At Least $1,000
This new development was brought to the notice of the members of the crypto community, especially the developers, via the official Twitter handle of VeChain Dev.
According to the update, developers that specialized in Java stand the chance to earn at least $1,000. It stated that the bounty program tasks developers to build Java SDK for the thor-devkit family.
VeChain Dev tweeted, “Hey Java gurus! Chance to earn 1000+ USD! The foundation is looking for a dev who can build a Java SDK for the “thor-devkit” family. But before you are qualified, a small homework needs to be done.”
Hey Java gurus! Chance to earn 1000+ USD! The foundation is looking for a dev who can build a Java SDK for the “thor-devkit” family. But before you are qualified, a small homework needs to be done.
— VeChain Dev (@vechaindev) July 15, 2020
VeChain Becomes Founding Member of the Blockchain Consortium of San Marino
In another development, the San Marino Innovation Institute announced the launch of a new consortium that is targeted at promoting the use of blockchain in the country.
The founding members of the consortium include the Director for Digital Transformation of DNG VL and member of the steering committee of the VeChain Foundation, Renato Grottola and the advisor to the government of San Marino in the field of Blockchain, Vincenzo Di Nicola, and the founder of Polyhedra, Sara Noggler.
According to the announcement, the initiatives of the consortium are designed to promote ideas and visions to attract international investors. Additionally, it’s meant to develop and promote the competitiveness of San Marino in the blockchain sector. Lastly, cooperation with other institutions will be promoted.