Are there plans for easier smart-contract development?
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@danielvt_ First of all BURST is not premined or had a ICO or something ... so there are no funds for a development team, BURST is a community coin. Second ... understand the AT smart contract implementation as a virtual/software cpu with it's own instruction set. Everyone who wants to participate can build a higher level language on top of this virtual/software cpu. There were/are plans to provide compiler for higher level languages ... but never heard of it again. But to respond to your question, there is as far as i know no concrete roadmap. Every additional software and development currently managed by contributing individuals, mostly independent from each other.
I think new currencies should grow out of their followers/community ... they will profit from that in the future.