OMG Network

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Core

While the OMG Network is being built, the core team is mostly the OmiseGO team, but outside help is encouraged. If you are a blockchain developer, you’ll be able to contribute to the most technical pieces of the OMG Network architecture by writing code, triaging issues, reviewing pull requests and debating development decisions.
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Education

The education team makes sure the OMG network is accessible by updating the OMG Network Guide, writing technical documentation and preparing focused documents on trending subjects. If you are new to OMG, you’re also welcome to join the #education channel to ask questions about the OMG Network.
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Tokenomics

The tokenomy group focuses on making sure the network is healthy by securing the value of the tokens and monitoring its activity. They are also in charge of the different staking challenges.
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Tooling

Creating the necessary tooling for our the OMG Network community to thrive brings its own set of challenges. Seasoned open source contributors can provide very valuable input here.
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Support

In parallel to the education mission, answering the community’s questions and concerns is a neverending task that has tremendous importance to welcome fellow OMGers. If you have even a shallow OMG knowledge, it is a great way to start contributing to the community and educate yourself on the way.
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Community

If meetups and conferences are more your thing, the Community Slack channel is the best place to start. This group intends to support all sort of events to expand our community to new horizons.
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