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OPEN Releases Kotlin based Scaffold Generator and Public Github

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Scaffolds and Scaffold Generator We are happy to finally publish our fully refactored, Kotlin based Scaffold Generator and on-chain Scaffold implementation! In this post, we will guide you through the updates and also announce our public github repositories and OPEN Chain developments. When you first go to api.openfuture.io, sign in with your google account, the […]

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OPEN Community Technical Update – Improving the Scaffold and Outlining the Future

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This week has been incredibly wild for us, as we’re sure it has been for our community too. Since the Asia roadshow, over 10,000 people have now joined our Telegram, pushing it up to 62,000 people. On the roadshow we announced several technical partnerships and outlined how OPEN will be building the future. We have […]

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Complexities of Blockchain Development and the Need for OPEN

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The name “Smart Contracts” is often referenced ironically by software developers because most of the time, they aren’t. Smart Contracts are inherently restricted in their utility by the limits of blockchain technologies, and that often extends into the structure of the language used to program them. Worse yet, the structure of the language is different […]

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Move over Bitpay: How OPEN Makes Some Payment Solutions Obsolete

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One of the biggest challenges that the cryptocurrency community has struggled to overcome is widespread adoption. Despite having a total market capitalization of approximately $330 Billion, there aren’t widespread opportunities for token holders to spend their money. Until now, the most popular payment solution has been Bitpay. Started in 2011, Bitpay is an invoicing platform […]

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Explained: OPEN’s Developer Growth Pool and Network Gas Fee

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  After numerous AMAs and webinars, we have found a few common misconceptions regarding OPEN and we want to address the most widespread among them: the developer growth pool and the network gas fee. The Developer Growth Pool is the mechanism that the OPEN network will use to grow our community and to get into […]

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Why OPEN is a Developer’s Best Friend

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  Integrating the blockchain into the existing technology stack of an application is far from simple. It requires design, analysis, architecting, testing, marketing and a healthy dash of luck. Not only must developers achieve proficiency in their craft, but they must also have a deep understanding of the nuances of blockchain architectures. If we are […]

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OPEN Payment Scaffold Infrastructure Goes Live Way Ahead of Roadmap

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  At OPEN, our core ethos has always been to focus on building real tools to empower developers. It makes us especially proud to officially announce the first release of our OPEN Scaffolds API! Our API begins with a dashboard that summarizes the Scaffolds that have already been deployed by the developer. Clicking the Scaffold […]

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Hardcap and OPEN’s Vision — A Message For Everyone

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Like the blockchain space itself, OPEN Platform has evolved significantly since we started to put the idea in motion in Spring of 2017. 1) we knew our platform had to have immense appeal and 2) solve a real world problem that could enable an entirely new shift in today’s standard, much like PayPal did in […]

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A Quick Look at the OPEN Developer Program

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  The OPEN Developer Program is a campaign to grow the OPEN Platform and Community by incentivizing developers to use and market the OPEN Platform. The Developer Program works by onboarding developers and adding them to the Developer WhiteList. Once these developers are on the Whitelist they will receive initial welcome airdrop of OPEN Token […]

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Why the future of web services is going towards decentralization

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  The internet is an incredible platform. Through the web, it is possible to purchase items, instantly communicate with friends, check the weather, and play games. Even more amazing is how seamless most web applications make the user experience. When you look up something online, add it to my cart, login to my account and […]

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