#18: Amoveo Community Forum & Guide on How to Crowdfund on Amoveo + New Lisp Smart Contracts

Covering July 8 – July 16


  • Zack Hess simplifies the new lisp smart contract for markets, added comments and changed variables names. More info here.

  • Amoveo Community describes every step of the crowdfunding process with a detailed guide on how to create fundraisers on Amoveo. Check it out here.

  • Amoveo.io launches the community-dedicated forum and published first public contract.


  • Zack Hess presents a new macro that acts as a compiler. You can feed it lisp code, and it compiles it into a chalang program.

  • The chalang lisp macro system was used by Zack to write a lisp macro system. This proves that with chalang lisp, anyone can now use any syntax for both run-time and compile-time computation.

  • The update of the light node now allows both participants to keep a copy of the bytecode of the contract.

  • From now you can make macros that generate macros and it keeps track of the context lexically.

  • The binary market smart contract was rewritten into lisp. The binary it compiles to is about 15% longer than the fourth version.

  • There are 15 open issues in the Amoveo depo.

  • There were 10 commits created in 2 repositories.


  • Digital assets exchange qTrade launches a special topic on Amoveo forum, dedicated to discussing qTrade, its policies, suggestions for features or improvements.


  • Here’s a weekly hashrate graph provided by Sy:

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