The main Dfinity network was finally launched. The network competes with Ethereum and other smart contract platforms, and in 2018 had raised more than $ 195 million.
To Report Defrypt, a Blockchain technology startup that raised $ 195 million in 2018 for its blockchain-based computing network, has announced that a significant portion of the system is now up and running. However, Definite tokens (abbreviated DFN) have not yet officially entered the exchanges.
The company, backed by Anderson Horowitz and PliChin Capital, plans to compete with cloud computing networks and systems such as Ethereum and Amazon Web Services.
A blog post by Dominic Williams, the company’s president, states:
The “Internet” mainnet now exists.
The Internet computer is the name Definite has chosen for its new and ambitious network. While the announcement of this company was shared today, but in this announcement, it is stated that the main network was actually online on December 18 (December 18).
The company blog post, which consists of 18,000 words, tells the story of this project. In addition to explaining some of the knowledge behind the recent activation of the Internet, this blog post also outlines the company’s 20-year plan. Definiti’s value last year was estimated at nearly $ 10 billion.
Dominic Williams published the headline of the company’s blog post along with its URL on Twitter:
Release of the Main Internet Computer Network and the 20-Year Roadmap (Dominic Williams, January 6, 2021)
The company blog post states:
In the next 20 years, the open Internet will be much larger than the proprietary, closed ecosystem of big tech companies. An ecosystem that is already deteriorating. But for the same reasons that Kobul’s old programming language is still in use, this closed ecosystem may never completely disappear.
Williams suggests that open versions of Uber, Google Photo and TickTock applications can be developed for this system. An “open ride” service suggested in the post could potentially offer governance tokens to early adopters (here drivers and passengers) as a reward.
Definiti had previously created a prototype application called CanCan, similar to TickTock, to showcase some of the features of this “Internet PC”. Part of this new blog post describes the process of managing content that is completely user-controlled:
by that [کاربران] They can earn points by early detection of content that is later removed with sufficient consensus.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. However, this digital currency is traded on a futures basis in some exchanges. Bainance is expected to be the first Definiti exchange.