On August 20th, 2018, Ontology released OWallet v0.8.4, highlighted its MainNet launch event in Tokyo, and announced its hiring a developer advocate in San Francisco, California.
The most notable update to the OWallet includes the ability for users to now conduct the NEP-5 to MainNet ONT token swap. This can be achieved through importing a NEO wallet, or sending NEP-5 tokens to an OWallet address and clicking “swap” once the tokens have been received.
Although the OWallet features Ledger support, it does not yet support token swaps directly from the device.
Other updates to the OWallet include create and import ONT ID support, node stake support for current candidate nodes, a delete wallet function, and bug fixes.
To download the OWallet, visit the Ontology GitHub repository in the following link:
MainNet launch party in South Korea
Ontology hosted a MainNet launch party on August 18th, in Seoul, SK. The event was oriented towards connecting “blockchain industry elites and Ontology ecosystem partners,” and to present Ontology 1.0.
Organizations in attendance included the Korea Blockchain Industry Promotion Association, Chainers, Hashed, and Ontology. Additionally, Ontology ecosystem partners in attendance included Chain of Things (COT), Points (PTS), Business Data Network (BDN), Decentralized Advertising (DAD), Contentos, and CarBlock.
At the event, Ontology and ALLIVE signed a strategic cooperation agreement. ALLIVE is an intelligent healthcare ecosystem based on blockchain technology. With ALLIVE, users have control over their own health data, which can be analyzed by an artificial intelligence (AI) doctor to create personalized, full-process healthcare management.
Additionally, Ontology will host two MainNet launch events on August 24th and 25th. The event on August 24th will be a closed event for local corporations and businesses, and the event on August 25th will be open to the general public.
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Ontology is hiring
Ontology is seeking to hire a “Technology Evangelist/Developer Advocate” for full-time employment in its San Francisco office. Primary responsibilities will include “representing Ontology to the community and being the middleman between the community and Ontology core team developers.”
The position will work closely with Ontology’s core development team and create educational material to assist new developers to begin programming on Ontology.
To learn more about the position and how to apply, visit the following link:
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