Incremental Improvement and Agile methodology

Welcome to OurDecentralizedFuture where we talk about Incremental Improvement and Agile Methodology!

Hi there!

On Episode 5 of OurDecentralizedFuture, we talk about a way to organise your project… and it can really be any type of project… so that you’re taking on smaller, much-easier to complete bits of work. It’s called the Agile methodology and it’s all about incremental improvement.

I’ve only been introduced to it in the last couple of years, but I’m definitely a fan. It’s great for when you’re building something and it’s super good at tracking everything you’ve done and everything you still need to do. If a project has ever felt overwhelming, then the agile methodology will help you break it down.

From a software point of view, you treat each new feature like it’s own separate little project, and this helps you make sure everything is tested and everything gets the attention it deserves.


The problem is… most blockchain projects might struggle to use this process… because a hard fork is such a big deal… we talk about all this funness in this episode. You can check it out on Spotify:


Or, if you prefer to see our happy smiley faces while you listen, we’ve thrown it up on YouTube:


Or, if you prefer to consume your content in a super decentralized way, we’ve got it on Cinnamon:

I’m personally astounded by how different the Koinos network is shaping up to be compared to most of the other blockchain projects I’m involved in. I can’t wait to see how it evolves…

Andrew (@andrarchy) and I have been chatting for a while before we created this podcast. If you’re interested in learning more about Koinos, here are some of the previous chats with Andrew …


Blockchain Upgrades & Hard Forks
Avoiding Crypto SCAMS
Governance Tokens & Decentralized Governance
Crypto Crash: Price vs Value

Previous Koinos content

I did it! – Implementing Koinos Developer Testnet Preview
Koinos Developer Testnet Preview and BitClout
Koinos mining update
Will the US Government ban Bitcoin?
Real use cases for Smart Contracts
Clarion OS & KOINOS announcements!
Koinos Plans for 2021 – come join the community!
Transaction Speeds – Centralization vs Decentralization
Institutional store of value in digital assets?
Tokenomics of Blockchains
Enterprises and Public Blockchains
Feeless Blockchain Transactions – How does it work?
Token distribution – Mining KOIN and Proof of Work
Integrating with Koinos
Smart Contracts – what are they?
A conversation with Andrew from the KOINOS Group

Additionally, here are all the good bits:

Koinos Website

Koinos Network Socials


Koinos Group Socials


Thanks so much for listening to our discussion about Incremental Improvement and Agile methodology. Would love to know your thoughts below.

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