- The DFINITY Foundation has recently tweeted regarding the announcement they made at the World Economic Forum,2020, in Davos.
- Dfinity has said that its Internet Computer Protocol enables a new type of software that goes by the name autonomous software.
The DFINITY Foundation has recently tweeted regarding the announcement they made at the World Economic Forum,2020, in Davos. This announcement was regarding their very first Bronze release of the Internet Computer.
Today at the #WEF2020 in Davos, DFINITY announced the Bronze release of the Internet Computer and demonstrated an open internet service called LinkedUp… providing developers and enterprises a glimpse into the infinite possibilities of building on the Internet Computer. pic.twitter.com/SP5Tx36PPQ— DFINITY Foundation (@dfinity) January 24, 2020
Along with it, they also illustrated an open internet service which is called LinkedUp. With this, they will provide the developers and the enterprises a glimpse into the infinite possibilities of building on the Internet Computer.
The president of DFINITY, Dominic Williams, has stated that the Internet Computer is usually conceived as an alternative to the $3.8 trillion legacies IT stack.
It also empowers the next generation of developers so that they can build a new breed of tamper-proof enterprise software systems and open internet services. They aim at democratizing software development.
He also added that the Bronze release of the Internet Computer would provide the developers and enterprises with infinite possibilities of building on the Internet Computer. All of this is a reflection of the strength of the Dfinity team that they have made so far.
Dfinity has also said that its Internet Computer Protocol enables a new type of software that goes by the name autonomous software. This software guarantees permanent APIs which cannot be revoked.
When the open internet services are combined with open software and services, it forms mutual network effects where everyone gains, and no one loses.
A spokesperson also said that since this DFINITY, as of now, has released 13 new public versions of the SDK, which they consider a significant milestone for themselves.
Their second major milestone is of demoing a decentralized web app called LinkedUp on the Internet Computer, which can run on an independent data center in Switzerland.
Various milestones in the direction of the public launch of the Internet Computer would involve onboarding a worldwide network of independent data centers, establishing a thoroughly tested economic system, and along with it, a thoroughly tested Network Nervous Systems for configuration as well as upgrades.
The company has also said in their statement that Dfinity is working with a selected group of Fortune 500 companies, strategic consultancies, universities systems integrators, and venture capitalists.
They ended it by saying that they are not sure if they would be able to pass muster to take out Facebook, LinkedIn, and other tech giants. However, they would like to see where all these heads.