Finally, the wait is over. In a recent press release, Skycoin announced the launching of Skywire Mainnet. Since the beginning of its work on Skywire Mainnet, Skycoin drew everyone’s attention. This is because Skycoin aimed to make a better design bitcoin. Although bitcoin is highly successful and reputed, it does have some philosophical issues tied to its design. One such major issue is the censorship-resistant payment system. From the time of its release of the idea of Skywire Mainnet in 2011, Skycoin has been the talk of the town.
So what exactly is Skycoin? Skycoin is like any other blockchain platform but aims to create a decentralized internet. Though it sounds like a cliché decentralized platform, it does stand out from others with some very unique features like providing a framework like BBS to create a distributed social media network. For instance, Skymessenger is an encrypted messenger service.
One such intriguing service by Skycoin is Skywire Mainnet. After a long wait, Skycoin finally released a developer version to the public for testing. It is perhaps the most exciting thing that happened in the blockchain industry because the main aim of Skywire Mainnet is to create next-gen dApps (Decentralized Applications). It includes a lot of sub-features like secured chat, multi-hop tunneling proxy, etc.
This is the very initial focus of Skycoin. Soon after this, there are many more iterations are ready to be released. It perhaps is a very effective way of marketing and launching a service. Because the users will be anxious to know about what else is in store and also Skycoin is accepting feedback from the users by encouraging them to report any bugs they find while using the apps. It will help Skycoin to make the upcoming iterations more perfect. Even the forthcoming features of Skywire Mainnet are interesting. Some of these iterations include private Skycoin transactions, Remote management of unlimited nodes, etc. If everything went as planned and expected, Skywire Mainnet is going to be a revolutionary turn in the blockchain industry.
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