To make it convenient for those who are new to the NEM Network, a documentation has been facilitated for the test network in github.
NEM recently provided their Test Network Updates tweeting: “The 0.9.3.x version of the test network is ready for public use. The older version will start to be shut down incrementally giving people a chance to migrate their testing and development efforts during a convenient window of time.”
Japan as it is already known is one of the most important alliances of NEM. It is expected that with the help of Kevin Newman & Etsuko Kanetaka the Japan team and the whole NEM ecosystem & the upcoming Symbol blockchain will be developed and well established with local bodies and companies.
Of note, All Symbol Full Nodes that were hosted on Allnodes platform were recently successfully updated to the latest 0.9.3.x version. And, it was further stated that no node actions were required on the part of customers.
The NEM ecosystem is made up of diverse group of people whose voices add to diverse perspectives. Further, their contribution brings in the much needed change.
NEM Public Statement on Emerson Fonseca
Further, real use cases are just beginning to take shape. And, it is expected that these use cases will play an important role in the ecosystem.
Jason Lee, the Vice President of NEM Foundation in the past month spoke about how blockchain regulations would transform 2020.
Sydney Ifergan, the Crypto Expert tweeted: “It is seen that NEM are progressing in their use cases and updates. Nothing tempting has evolved yet.”
Alexandra Tinsman, the NEM Foundation president recently tweeted: “It’s unfortunate that there are some that engage in harassment against myself and various NEM Foundation members. Since Feb 2019, our team has been targeted with unfounded and unlawful claims by a former member. It hurts people + the NEM brand. #NoMore.”
This tweet is related to a general discussion under the title: “NEM Foundation Public Statement on Emerson Fonseca.” From the NEM Secretariat Office.
The statement just meant to state that they are not going to tolerate harassment anymore. They meant to condemn Emerson’s attacks and harassment toward current NEM Foundation members Alexandra Tinsman, Laura Takenaka, Jason Lee, Pedro Guiterrez, Dona Rinon, Steve Li, Brian Tinsman, Anton Bosneko, Jeff McDonald, Karen Cohen, Greg Saive, former NEM Foundation members like Jasmine Ng and Mark Price. They overall feel the harassment is unfounded, unlawful, and will not be tolerated.
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