Syscoin Website, Blog and Forums now live!

We’re pleased to announce that today we have a new website, blog and forums to serve as a better repository of information for both investors and developers. Please register on our new forums here.

We’re pleased to announce that today we have a new website, blog and forums to serve as a better repository of information for both investors and developers. Please register on our new forums here.

The new site includes information regarding the current roadmap and this will be updated regularly as we add more to that vision and get feedback from the community, merchants, and users around how current functionality addresses market needs.

 

We’re happy to announce that since the 0.1.4 release the network has been extremely stable at 10gh/s or more which is a very high hashrate for such a young coin. Now that the network is stable, merged mining is working, and service fee regeneration to miners are all completely stable we will begin pushing forward in a very concentrated manner on our roadmap priorities.

 

The first and largest initiative we are working on is the Syscoin Marketplaces microsite. This will serve as the first focused piece of marketing around a specific Syscoin service and will also include microexamples for developers to quickly get started with the Syscoin API. This release will also bring new interfaces to the Syscoin Wallet which allow users to interact with Marketplace features directly from the wallet.

 

While we are working on the Marketplaces initiative we will also be launching a parallel promotional effort around the coin in general. Now that we have a solid informational base its time to spread awareness of Syscoin, its features, and its value proposition.

 

If you have any questions feel free to ask them on our new forums or in #Syscoin on Freenode IRC.

  • Travis Haynes

    While the effort is appreciated, I think that covering a few fundamentals would have been a better use of the Devs time. The wallet (for Windows, anyway) is still sub par. There are no trusted paper or mobile wallets.
    Cover the basics before stepping up the PR.
    Im not trolling you. I have invested in Syscoin because I believe that the idea is a good one, but so far I have been disappointed in the execution.

    • Dan Wasyluk

      Hi Travis and thanks for the feedback. Our paper wallet can be found at http://syscoin.org/paper. I understand your comments about preferring time being spent on wallets or apps but know that we have a large team and we are working on several different things in parallel. In order for people to know what Syscoin is, we needed a better informational base and so website/forums/blogs were something that needed to happen.

      We have multiple, concurrent development efforts going on right now all in line with our roadmap. I can’t agree more that making the wallet more approachable is paramount and that is one of our primary focuses I assure you.

      • Travis Haynes

        Thanks for the reply and the paper wallet addy.
        I’m looking forward to the upgrades.

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