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In https://github.com/ipld/js-cid/issues/38#issuecomment-378075363 I am pretty sure that the work was started by @dimkk 27 days ago, and I remember seeing it in gitcoin.co page too - https://gitcoin.co/issue/ipld/js-cid/38/121
But now @gitcoinbot edited its message to say that @rrandom is now working on the issue, although I don't see any activity from him. I also see that @gitcoinbot started to ping @rrandom in https://github.com/ipld/js-cid/issues/38#issuecomment-385448870 and it looks wrong, because there is no trace of history who started work on the issue, if he cancelled the work, no links to transactions - https://gitcoin.co/issue/ipld/js-cid/38/121
### User Story
As a gitcoin.co user, I want to see history of changes on the bounty detail page, who worked on what, when started, when ended, so that I can reward people fairly.
### Acceptance Criteria
* The bounty detail page should show a history of who has started and stopped work