28 Apr 2023

Hi NUMBERS, This is Tammy writing the summary letter on the last Friday of the month.

On the product front, this week we have enhanced the Asset Profile, streamlining access to the AssetTree associated with each commit. Additionally, we've added action specifications and integrityCid to the Gitbook for easier reference by developers and business partners. I would encourage you to take a look at the updated Asset Profile and browse the specification via the link provided. As the only asset-centric protocol in Web3, these specs are very important and build the foundation to help us address digital-media provenance challenges.

On the business development side, this week we have signed an MOU with a leading Asian ticketing platform boasting over 250K monthly users. This collaboration promises increased user engagement and significant Mainnet transactions. Furthermore, our BD team is actively engaging with the Berlin ecosystem through Enpact, Berlin Partner, and Factory Berlin to explore new opportunities.

The Spring Celebration Campaign runs very well and has reached its final stage. The mission of this campaign is to encourage NUM holders from other blockchains to the Numbers Mainnet. Your participation has contributed to over 10K transactions within a 24-hour period, thank you all so very much! Lastly, our partnership with the Filecoin Foundation was highlighted this week, underscoring our mutual commitment to empowering digital creators and revolutionizing the digital media landscape through decentralized technologies.

In addition to the amazing progress, we have been focusing on refining our community strategy. As an increasing number of projects transition to Discord and our creator user base continues to grow, we plan to take further action in the upcoming weeks. This shift aims not only to align with the current Discord trend but also to strengthen our community engagement strategy, reaching a wider audience. We trust that you share our enthusiasm for these upcoming developments.

Many of you probably see this AI-generated 'interview' with Michael Schumacher. As many wise people predicted, the issue of lacking digital-media provenance is becoming more and more critical now and the world is eager to have a solution. In a recent interview, I was asked about Numbers Protocol's vision. My response was that, in 10 years, I hope that determining the provenance of digital media files, such as their creator, date, and location, whether or not it is created by AI, becomes a simple task. With Numbers Protocol, the goal is to eliminate the need for painful searches and fact-checking to find out if I may trust this content.

I am really glad to see the growing awareness of this issue and the recognition of Numbers as an important solution. If your friends are also talking about the issue and wondering what can be a solution, don't forget to introduce Numbers and recommend the Capture App to experience the future digital media with provenance!

Same as every weekend, the team will take some rest with a slower response. Our dear moderators will keep supporting you, and the team will be well-prepared for the new week. And may all of you have a weekend.

Love you all, Tammy

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