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2018: This Has All Been Wonderful — Now We’re On Our Way
In the United States, the new year is marked by a celebration which sees fireworks and champagne take over every city. An estimated 1 million people gather in Times Square to watch the “ball drop”, as they have since 1907 (21,000 head over to Madison Square Garden to see the band Phish), and the rest of the nation tunes into this event on live television. The New Year marks a time of renewal; of starting over — but it’s also an opportunity for everyone to look back on the events of the past 12 months. Here at Po.et, we have much to celebrate and it’s incredible to think about all that we have managed to achieve in 2018.
At Po.et, we are committed to building a bridge to a better web, where reputation, attribution, and interoperability are at the heart of everything we do. This year, we took a major step toward realizing our mission, as we moved from testnet to Bitcoin mainnet, a move that signifies the protocol’s technical and conceptual maturity. The migration was covered in Bitcoin Magazine and on Nasdaq, and we put out lots of great content around this release: A breakdown of the protocol’s stages, a piece detailing the nuts and bolts of Po.et’s technical architecture, a glossary of terms for newbies and veterans alike to reference, and, of course, a new migration guide with updated technical documentation.
The move to mainnet signals that Po.et is open for all to use. We want to build something that is as accessible as possible for everyone in the world; something that will eventually bring increased value to content across the web. We know the community has placed a lot of trust and faith in ...
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