Originally published by Fred Krueger, CEO of Lynx
We’ve got some amazing Block Producers on board and producing on TestNet: CryptoLions, EOS Cafe, Greymass, EOS Sweeden, EOS Argentina, EOS USA, dMail, Sheos, EOS Dublin, EOS Amsterdam, EOS Saudi Arabia.
Next week we will give them access to our new desktop (and probably quietly release it to the general public as well), and start the process of inviting apps in.
I know a lot of you have been asking me for dev access, but we have been holding back only because of limited bandwidth. But towards the end of next week we will start to open this up.
We have APIs for apps and wallets to create free accounts on LynxChain. We also now have the “appstore” running on multichain desktop. Everything seems to be working properly, and we will start converting our own alieninvasion and bombsweeper next week as well.
I want to emphasize that our approach is “less is more” and “quality over quantity”. We’re MUCH more interested in the simplicity of onboarding, than in XYZ feature support in LynxChain. In Vegas, I will spend some time showing you the simplicity of our new onboarding flow — especially desktop.
For a number of reasons we think Lynx is the answer to “what’s next” in the above graphic.
- it’s the first blockchain designed around a wallet experience
- it’s the first blockchain designed for consumers
- it’s the first blockchain with twitter level onboarding
- it’s the first blockchain with a built in referral mechanism
- it’s the first blockchain with built in dGoods support
It’s not about a “protocol”. It’s about building a user experience that includes both front and back ends in a way that a 12 year old can get it.
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