We are proud to present, what we’ve worked so hard to create, The Codebase! (still in alpha). At this very moment you can click here and access our repository to find the Verge 5.0 Codebase, alpha release.
Wow Manuel, finally! We’ve been waiting for this. But… Manuel, what does this mean? What does the new codebase version bring?
If you remember, we already talked about this few updates ago, but since I’m a nice guy, I’ll remind you in some points what the new codebase allows us:
Singapore — December 23, 2018 — Today, before the kickoff of many holiday festivities, The Crypto Den, PLAAK and Verge are announcing a three way collaborative effort, to promote and educate everyone on the acceptance of cryptocurrency. Their combination of skills in education, best in class UX design, and advanced security technologies, allow for a powerful push towards mass adoption.
“We wanted to bring Verge and PLAAK together, we think highly of Verge’s ability to bring partners into the cryptosphere” said Dave, Co-founder of The Crypto Den (TCD) “PLAAK is...
Outside’s cold, mulled wine is out in the streets to warm you, Christmas lights shine in the dark and Manuel’s writing the new and last development update of the year while holding a warm cup of coffee, before handling it to Alex to give it his magic touch. ( I asked him for a cup of Caribou and all I got was typos’)
From a market point of view, this year has been devastating for traders, but at Verge, this situation has been only favourable for us. Thus allowing us to work (in relative peace)...
What’s the most importing thing to us? -Us?… who’s us?- It’s everyone who gives anything about their right for privacy… which is basically everyone, even if they might not know it. Why would we be able to bring you privacy? Verge Currency is not a company, it’s a group of dedicated volunteers and we want privacy in payments for ourselves as well.
This is what drives us, privacy and decentralization with the least amount of trust needed. It is what motivates Justin (Sunerok), Marvin (marpme)...
As I sit by my fireplace, looking out of my Swiss cottage enjoying the peace provided by the white snow falling down, my computer slowly burning, I’m able to code while creepily cackling. Luckily I have pen and paper to keep on coding.
Without straying too far into my madness, let’s get you all updated on what happened these last two weeks at Verge HQ™.