In this section, the hosts introduce themselves and welcome everyone to the community call. They also mention that they will be talking to the Carbon team about their latest integration with the EVMOS network.
- The hosts introduce themselves and welcome everyone to the community call.
- They mention that they will be talking to the Carbon team about their latest integration with the EVMOS network. 00:49
01:17 EVM Next
In this section, the hosts discuss EVM Next, an event organized by the EVMOS core development group in collaboration with Consensus happening at Austin in April. They also talk about some of the exciting things planned for this event.
- The hosts discuss EVM Next, an event organized by the EVMOS core development group in collaboration with Consensus happening at Austin in April. 01:17
- They mention that there is a lot of fun stuff planned for this event such as taco trucks, after-party speakers, panels, etc. 01:37
- The hosts talk about a new speaker announcement and a new website for EVM Next. 01:59
02:29 Video Resources
In this section, the hosts talk about video resources available from EVMOS including a community educational series and a Dev series aimed at developers working within the ecosystem.
- The hosts talk about video resources available from EVMOS including a community educational series covering various topics related to crypto and DeFi as well as an introductory view into wallets and D5.02:29
- They also mention a Dev series aimed at developers working within the ecosystem. 02:49
03:08 Lava RPC Service
In this section, the hosts talk about the new Lava RPC service and how it will be useful for people.
- The hosts talk about the new Lava RPC service and how it will be useful for people. 03:08
03:44 Guest Speaker
In this section, the hosts introduce their guest speaker and mention that they may get an update from another team if they are lucky.
- The hosts introduce their guest speaker. 03:44
- They mention that they may get an update from another team if they are lucky. 03:44
04:11 EVM Next Tweets
In this section, the hosts try out a new format where they link out to tweets related to each topic being discussed in real-time during the call.
- The hosts try out a new format where they link out to tweets related to each topic being discussed in real-time during the call. 04:11
- They ask viewers to leave comments under their tweet to let them know if this format works or not.04:33
06:23 EVM Next Event
In this section, the speaker talks about the upcoming EVM Next event and what to expect from it.
What is EVM Next Event?
- 06:23 The speaker introduces the EVM Next event, which will feature speakers discussing security in markets.
- 06:45 The event will also include technical workshops and demos for various teams to showcase their work.
- 07:10 To keep up with all things EVM Next, follow the new EVM Next page on Twitter or check out evmnext.com for details.
- 07:36 Speakers announced so far include those from Skip Protocol, Saga, Verdice, and Topple. More speakers are expected to be announced soon.
08:55 Community Education Videos
In this section, Kilo discusses the community education videos that aim to help people understand concepts related to crypto and DeFi.
What are Community Education Videos?
- 08:55 The community education videos aim to provide an A-to-Z guide for newcomers in the ecosystem.
- 09:14 These videos can be found on their YouTube channel and cover topics such as D5 wallets, EVMS, IVC, L1 networks and other niche concepts.
- 09:35 They also have a developer video series aimed at helping developers build on AVMO specifically and other EVN chains within the Cosmos ecosystem.
- 09:54 This developer video series aims to tackle a broad range of experience levels by providing helpful resources for developers when getting started building on AVMO.
10:23 Developer Video Series
In this section, Cody talks about the developer video series that aims to equip developers with proper knowledge base when building on AVMO.
What is the Developer Video Series?
- 10:23 The developer video series aims to tackle the needs of developers when building on AVMO and other EVN chains within the Cosmos ecosystem.
- 10:44 With the upcoming release of EVN extensions, it will become super important for developers to understand how to use these extensions properly.
- 11:10 The developer video series aims to equip developers with a proper knowledge base to understand how to use these EVN extensions.
- 11:35 The first milestone in this roadmap is EVN extensions, which will be released later in April coinciding with the EVM Next event.
12:21 Introduction to EVM Development
In this section, the speaker introduces a new video series that targets both new and existing developers interested in EVM development. The purpose of the video series is to introduce developers to building with new EVM extensions.
Purpose of New Video Series
- The new video series targets both new and existing developers interested in EVM development. 12:21
- The purpose of the video series is to introduce developers to building with new EVM extensions. 12:21
Subscription and Links
- Subscribe to the YouTube channel for fresh content on EVM development. 12:49
- Check out the pinned tweet for links to the YouTube channel and other resources. 12:49
- Follow the proper link (youtube.com/evmos) or type /evmos in your browser. 13:19
Spotlight for Developers
- Developers building on or integrating with evmos can be featured in a spotlight on the atmos YouTube channel by contacting them. 13:39
- Other developer communities such as Dia, irmos, spacefy, Dow, Demix are also welcome to integrate avmos in their projects and provide feedback for improvements.14:04
15:23 Lava RPCS
This section discusses Lava RPC endpoints that aggregate providers by incentivizing them.
About Lava Project
- Lava project aggregates RPC endpoints by incentivizing providers.15:23
- Both evmos mainnet and testnet are supported on lava test net which provides tools available for developers to help them build out.15:45
Feedback and Follow-up
- Developers are encouraged to try using Lava endpoints and provide feedback for improvements. 16:06
- Following the main account of Lava project is the best way to keep up with everything they do. 16:06
This section concludes the community call by summarizing the topics discussed.
- The purpose of the new video series is to introduce developers to building with new EVM extensions. 12:21
- Developers can be featured in a spotlight on the atmos YouTube channel by contacting them. 13:39
- Lava project aggregates RPC endpoints by incentivizing providers, and developers are encouraged to try using their endpoints and provide feedback for improvements. 15:2316:06
- Following relevant accounts on social media platforms is important for keeping up-to-date with developments in EVM development.14:29
18:01 Introduction to Carbon Protocol and DMX
In this section, CJ introduces himself as the head of strategy at Carbon Protocol. He explains that Carbon Protocol is a layer one chain on the Cosmos network focused on DeFi activities. He also introduces DMX, which is a front-end tool that allows users to interact with smart contracts easily.
What is Carbon Protocol?
- 18:01Carbon Protocol is a layer one chain on the Cosmos network.
- It focuses on DeFi activities such as trading and has various DeFi modules baked into the chain.
- The platform uses CosmWasm SDK for smart contract development.
What is DMX?
- 18:22DMX is a front-end tool built on top of Carbon Protocol.
- It provides an easy-to-use UI similar to centralized exchanges for interacting with smart contracts.
- Users can access all of the DeFi functions available on Carbon through DMX.
19:58 Simplified Explanation of Carbon and DMX
In this section, CJ provides a simplified explanation of what Carbon and DMX are using an analogy of a car engine and car.
Analogy: Car Engine and Car
- 19:58Carbon can be compared to a car engine - it's sophisticated technology that powers everything but isn't visible or touchable without special knowledge (programming language).
- DMX can be compared to a car - it's built on top of Carbon and anyone can use it without needing to understand the underlying technology.
21:00 Integration with EVMOS Chain
In this section, CJ discusses how Carbon recently integrated with EVMOS Chain, enabling new use cases for users.
Use Cases Enabled by Integration
- 21:31Carbon can now accept tokens from EVMOS Chain through IBC.
- Users can participate in lending and borrowing markets using their EVMOS tokens on Carbon.
- Lending out idle EVMOS tokens can earn users yield, similar to how money is lent out to banks or governments for interest.
- The APY for lending EVMOS tokens on Carbon is currently high at 91% according to the app.dam.change nitron website.
23:17 Understanding the Use Cases of FMOS Token
In this section, the speaker explains the two main use cases of FMOS token.
Earning Yield with FMOS Token
- 23:17FMOS token can be used to earn yield by lending it out.
- The yield is not fixed and fluctuates depending on how many people are borrowing or lending it.
Borrowing Against FMOS Token
- 23:37FMOS token can also be used as collateral to borrow against it.
- The loan-to-value ratio is about 25%, which means that if you have $100k worth of FMOS, you can borrow up to $25k worth of other assets.
- This allows users to unlock capital from their existing holdings.
Partnering with Strike Zone
- 24:21Carbon has partnered with Strike Zone to create SDFMOS, a yield-bearing asset that takes all of the FMOS staking rewards and puts them back into SDFMOS.
- Users can borrow against SDFMOS and benefit from the appreciation in value over time.
25:32 Getting Started with Carbon
In this section, the speaker explains how users can get started using Carbon.
Signing Up for Carbon
- 25:32Users can sign up for Carbon by going to dn.exchange or dem.exchange.
- They can sign in using their Kepler wallet or Metamask if they are coming from an EVM network like Ethereum or Binance.
Depositing Funds into Carbon
- 27:03Once signed in, users can deposit funds into Carbon by selecting FMOS or XTRA USDC on the deposit page.
- There is no KYC or registration required to use Carbon.
28:59 D5 Activities
In this section, the speaker talks about the exciting parts of D5 activities and how users can make leverage trades on various tokens.
- Users can make leverage trades on various different tokens.
- This is one of the more exciting parts of D5 activities.
29:16 Reminder to Do Your Own Research
In this section, the speaker reminds everyone that using any sort of DeFi use case carries risks and encourages people to do their own research before using any products.
- Using any sort of DeFi use case carries risks.
- The audience is encouraged to do their own research before using any products.
- Just because speakers are brought on does not mean it's a formal endorsement by the core team.
29:40 Carbon Integration with Atmos
In this section, the speaker talks about Carbon's integration with Atmos and how they are in talks with fmos to incentivize collateral deposit for lending.
Fmos Collateral Deposit
- Carbon is in talks with fmos to incentivize collateral deposit for lending.
- They want more of the fmos community to be earning additional yield when they deposit efforts onto the platform.
- Hopefully, additional incentives will cover and be higher than staking rewards of fmos so that it makes sense for people to deposit rather than stake it.
- They are discussing this proposal and hopefully there will be fruitful discussions.
30:23 Governance Calls and Proposal Drafting
In this section, the speaker talks about governance calls and drafting proposals for incentives for carbon chain.
- The core team is less involved with governance calls which are run by Dow every Thursday.
- It'll certainly be interesting to bring up the incentive proposal before them.
- The audience is encouraged to participate in governance calls.
- Carbon is still in the beginning of a casual conversation just to explore what it's going to be like.
- Once they have more details from both teams, they'll probably proceed to doing a governance proposal that can be discussed from there.
33:15 Keeping Up with Carbon Announcements
In this section, the speaker talks about where people can keep up with all the latest carbon announcements.
- Carbon did a tweet with TFM which is an IBC bridge and over there it shows all of the different networks that they are connected to.
- Fmos is also included in that tweet as well.
34:21 Carbon's Telegram Handle
In this section, the speaker provides the audience with Carbon's telegram handle and encourages them to follow it for updates.
Carbon's Telegram Handle
- Carbon's telegram handle is 0x carbon.
- Follow the handle to keep up-to-date with all things carbon.
34:36 Tagging EVOS Account or Hashtag EVMO
In this section, the speaker talks about how tagging the main EVOS account or using hashtag EVMO can help find tweets related to their project.
Tagging EVOS Account or Hashtag EVMO
- Tagging the main EVOS account or using hashtag EVMO can help find tweets related to their project.
- In the future, they plan on pinning these tweets for easy access.
34:56 Future Collaborations with Atmos SDK
In this section, the speaker expresses interest in future collaborations with Atmos SDK and discusses potential integration with Carbon.
Future Collaborations with Atmos SDK
- The speaker is looking forward to seeing more information on Atmos SDK and potentially integrating it into Carbon in the future.
- They express excitement about further collaborations between their projects.
35:28 Q&A Session Introduction
In this section, the speaker introduces a Q&A session that will take place after another speaker presents.
Q&A Session Introduction
- The speaker introduces a Q&A session that will take place after another presenter speaks.
- Audience members are encouraged to ask questions of both current speakers and representatives from other projects if they choose to participate.
36:17 Code Grants Program Update by Yasin from Code
In this section, Yasin from Code gives an update on their grants program and progress made so far.
Code Grants Program Update
- Yasin from Code gives an update on their grants program, which they have been running with Atmos.
- They have received a large number of suggestions for projects to fund and are in the process of reviewing them.
- The first phase of the grants program has been announced, with multiple tracks for builders to apply to.
- Shortlisted applications will be shared soon, and other applicants will continue to be considered for future phases.
39:32 Encode Team Presents the Atmos Grants Program
In this section, the Encode team presents the Atmos grants program and explains how it works.
The Atmos Grants Program
- 39:53 The program has received many great applications, some of which are almost ready to be announced.
- 40:16 By the end of the first tranche in June, initial grants will be issued to teams that have delivered on their milestones.
- 40:45 The core group is not involved in running the program as part of an effort to decentralize and add more contributors to the network.
- 41:24 Encode is only providing suggestions through a separate multisig for which teams have delivered on their proposals.
Timeline and Next Steps
- 42:15 Initial reviews have been completed, and shortlisted teams are being contacted for further discussions.
- 42:56 A clear answer on who will be part of this first iteration is expected within a week's time.
- 43:16 More teams will be scouted from the Atmos ecosystem to participate in future iterations.
Keeping Up with Encode
- 43:34 Follow Encode's social media accounts like Twitter (@incodeclub) to keep up with their wide range of activities, including educational series, hackathons, accelerators, and learning boot camps.
44:35 Upcoming Events and DApps
In this section, the speaker talks about upcoming events and DApps that will be deployed in April.
EVM Extensions and Forge
- 44:35 There are a number of things happening in April, including EVM extensions and updates from Carbon Encode.
- 44:58 A new DApp called Forge will be deployed soon. The speaker recommends attending the community call at the time of launch to learn more about it.
- 45:21 Builders are encouraged to reach out if they want to build with EVM extensions or integrate with other teams like Lava or Carbon.
- There are many synergies to be had by connecting with other teams.
46:26 Q&A Section
This section covers questions asked during the Q&A portion of the community call.
- 46:49 The subscription module is a feature coming in version 12 that allows users to pay fees via staking rewards without needing to unbond them.
- Version 12 is slated to go live on Friday, and users can already play around with the feature on testnet.
- Visit evmos.dev or docs.emos.org for documentation on how the feature works.
- 49:31 A burn mechanism has been discussed by the Atmos community in forums at commonwealth.im/evmos/.
- It is a feature that has been requested by many members of the community.
50:25 Coins Token
In this section, the speaker talks about a token called "Coins" and how they want to help the team.
- The speaker mentions a token called "Coins" that they want to help the team with. 50:25
50:31 Burn Mechanism
In this section, the speaker talks about burn mechanism and its implementation in code.
- The speaker apologizes for not being able to understand the question due to poor audio quality. They then talk about burn mechanism and how it is being discussed by the community. 50:31
- The evmos Core Group has not made it a priority to implement burn mechanism in code yet. 50:50
- However, if there is alignment within the community and everyone agrees upon it, they are happy to add any mechanisms or features that are requested. 50:50
51:13 Community Requests
In this section, the speaker talks about community requests and how they prioritize them.
- The evmos community can make their voice heard on forums regarding any features that should be focused on next. 51:13
- Currently, priority is given to evm extensions but if burn mechanism becomes a popular request, it can be prioritized right after that. 51:40
52:03 End of Call
In this section, the speakers wrap up the call.
End of Call
- There are no additional questions at this time so they end the call. 52:03
- The speakers thank everyone for spending an hour with them at the bi-weekly evmos Community call. 52:25
- They encourage people to catch them on Discord for Q&A and AMA sessions. 52:42
- The speakers thank the audience and the speakers from Carbon and Encode for sharing their thoughts about their projects. 52:42
- They encourage people to follow both projects for the latest updates and to subscribe to the evmos YouTube channel and evm next main accounts on Twitter. 53:02