Enigma Q2 update: big things planned

10 Jul, 2018
by Richard Allen
Enigma Q2 update: big things planned

With the successful launch of their testnet and the launch of their mainnet on the horizon, the Enigma team have released an update giving a little insight into what they'll be doing in the coming weeks and months.

The team will spend the rest of the year expanding their international presence through the development of their Ambassadors program and participating in more Asian communities like Korea, Japan and China, as well as a few others. Plans also include being more active in meetups and conferences, such as the Voice of Blockchain conference in Chicago.

The team behind Enigma, a project aimed at building the first platform for scalable, privacy-preserving smart contracts and end-to-end decentralized applications, has had a rather successful year thus far. Intel's partnership last month to test Enigma’s privacy smart contracts and then the launch of their testnet a few days later, which followed closely behind the launch of their Ambassadors program has helped garner them much popularity. And with their sights set on developing an international presence, this may just be the beginning of their success.

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