Crypti Foundation Releases Open Beta of Decentralized Application (Dapp) Platform

Crypti Foundation Releases Open Beta of Decentralized Application (Dapp) Platform

The Crypti Foundation, the team behind the next generation crypto-currency Crypti, today announced the open beta release of their new decentralized application (Dapp) platform.

The Crypti Foundation’s new decentralized application (Dapp) platform aims to provide thousands of Node.js developers with a full stack (consensus, hosting, storage and computing) solution for launching decentralized applications onto the blockchain.

Today’s milestone release, marks the start of a preliminary open beta testing period. Where developers will have the unique opportunity to test the platform’s functionality in full.

Developers can download and install the beta version of the Crypti client (code named: “Gaia”) from the Crypti website. Allowing them to immediately start developing decentralized applications (Dapps) using a localized testnet of the Crypti blockchain.

Furthermore, as part of the platform’s milestone release. Developers can also test deployment to the Crypti Dapp Store. A decentralized application store built into the Crypti client, which allows users to launch decentralized applications (Dapps) from within a HTML5 compliant web browser.

For the aspiring decentralized application developer, one of the platform’s main attractions is in Crypti’s simple to use software development kit (SDK). Which for the inexperienced developer provides a comfortable and easy learning curve, without having to have a deeper understanding of blockchain technology. This is in part due to its use of the increasingly popular Node.js (JavaScript based) runtime environment, which in recent years has rose to prominence within the web development and mobile space.

The Crypti Foundation’s Community Manager, Max Kordek said:

“After what must be thousands of hours worth of development time. We at the Crypti Foundation are all very proud of our achievement, and simply can’t wait to see what kind of decentralized applications (Dapps) developers will build on top of our unique platform”.

Kordek added:

“In the coming weeks as the beta testing period progresses further. We shall be announcing several Crypti (XCR) funded bounties as part of an ongoing hackathon, which we hope will encourage developers to have a go at building their first decentralized applications (Dapps) on the Crypti blockchain”.

About Crypti

Crypti is a blockchain 2.0 technology dedicated to allowing fast, easy, and cost effective deployment of decentralized applications (Dapps). By utilizing Node.js and incorporating consensus, hosting, storage, and compute modules into the core technology, along with a custom built decentralized application store, Crypti is able to provide a complete solution for the entire Dapp development cycle.

Crypti: https://crypti.me/


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