Published On: Wed, May 16th, 2018

Announcing The OPEN Chain

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OPEN believes strongly in a decentralized future. In order to make that happen, it is absolutely necessary that cryptocurrencies today are able to function like fiat currencies so that believers in blockchain technology are able to spend them today for goods and services. OPEN is creating a world where all applications accept cryptocurrencies as easily as they do fiat currency.
OPEN has always believed that the best solutions to achieving mainstream adoption of blockchain technologies would leverage both on-chain and off-chain components. These two worlds shouldn’t exist so disparately. Instead, it is imperative that they be able to work together to build the applications of the future. This belief lies at the core of their solutions for developers offering both an off-chain API structure as well as an on-chain Scaffold system.
What OPEN intuitively learned as they were building their API was that a lot of the on-chain implementation considerations would be uniquely solved by building their own blockchain. However, before such an announcement was made, the team wanted to spend the time required to think deeply about what was required in order to make this a success. The OPEN Chain will lead to mainstream adoption by creating …

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