Treasure is still hiring! As a matter of priority, we are looking for a Brand, Comms & PR Manager
and a Front-End Developer
. Please shoot us an application and/or help us spread the word so that we can find the best candidates possible for these positions.
Following up from our last edition of The Compass, we are continuing to work on implementing program and project management frameworks for the Treasure organization, and our various teams are getting up and running on stronger processes and PM tools. This should drive greater productivity, alignment and visibility.
In line with our focus on improving communications, the team has developed a “Stakeholder Engagement Strategy”. This comprehensive document sets out an execution plan to better engage our entire community and ecosystem across the various facets (e.g. builders, partners, players, new users, guilds, Discord community, Twitter, etc). Hopefully you’ve noticed some improvements already but you will see this unfold even more in the coming days and weeks.
The team is also working on an “Ecosystem Roadmap” which will serve as a public facing roadmap and act as an accompaniment to our Bounty Board
. The aim of this is to help guide community builders to work with us on key priority projects, tooling, and infrastructure. Many of these initiatives will be eligible for $MAGIC grants.
Earlier, we unveiled a new TreasureDAO Builder Series which will premiere on April 21 at 10:00pm EDT via Twitter Spaces. The first edition will feature BattleFly as its first ever guest who will be sharing more about what they have been building and what is coming next. Don’t forget to set a reminder on Twitter to tune in!
Treasure has emerged victorious in a recent contest run by Arbitrum to participate in the official Arbitrum Odyssey
initiative next month. This will culminate in Arbitrum users being able to receive up to 17 free, exclusive NFTs designed by Ratwell. Huge thanks to all who voted!
We also wanted to highlight a Twitter thread
from our developer, T1DEV
, relating to encryption and released as part of his new “dev blogs