Last month, we launched a contest titled: "What major problem could potentially be resolved with a network city and how?". The contest was organised under the collaboration of the Media and the Community Guild, and we received many great submissions. The judging process is on-going and the juries are reviewing all entries in detail. After the evaluation is over and our juries have made their decisions, three participants with the best answers to our question will be rewarded. Stay tuned.
Cryptotraveler continues his blog series for the Korean Community. His third article is live and ready to be explored. The content of this article includes governance, how CityDAO works, CIP process, voting, and more.
If you want to read it, you can use Google Translate to translate the page. And if you’re a Korean citizen, be sure to check it out and share with your friends.
If you want to catch up quickly on what has been happening in CityDAO recently, this article series is perfect for you. The Roundup series, originally started by chance but now written by Lupei, includes all the important CityDAO updates in a fairly short and easy to read summary. And if you’re new in our community, you can easily backtrack in the series to read the CityDAO journey from the very beginning.
While there are many developments on the mission-oriented side of CityDAO, life continues in the real world. Here you can see some cool photos from one of our fellow citizens simplepixellife, showing Topkapı Palace and Basilica Cistern from the beautiful and historical city of İstanbul. If you share interesting photos like these on our Discord server, we might include them in future newspapers.