As you know, SKM is migrating our code to the official public Skrumble Network GitHub, likely rolling out on a weekly basis to further enable rapid scalability and deployment on the network and expand our ecosystem.
Here is a list of what’s been published or updates in this update for Phase 1:
- Faucet – New
- Tx-gas-helper – Updates
- Docker repo for SKMV2 – New
- Rpc-terster- Updates
- New Signal server – New
- Metamask Extension – New
- Beep – dComm Server: A demo showcasing the functionality available on Skrumble Network
- SKM-ETH2-studio – Updates
- SKM-profile-pic- Updates
- SKM V2 benchmark scripts – New
We’ll be publishing updates regularly on GitHub as we go and will be making formal announcements to the community with each milestone we meet. The team continues to strive to meet its updated roadmap goals, with the eventual goal to reach full decentralization and full scalability.
With Skrumble Network, opening our code to the SKM community has always been a part of our mission, and we’re so excited to fulfilling that promise. Be sure to stay tuned for more updates!
About Skrumble Network
Skrumble Network is a completely new, innovative blockchain that centers on creating the most secure connections for communication possible. It will be a blockchain uniquely optimized for secure communication-centric connections and transactions, with no middle entity or centralized server host in between to censor, block or manipulate any data, Skrumble Network’s blockchain will be a catalyst for data privacy and help to truly democratize communication on a global scale.
Learn more about Skrumble Network by visiting skrumble.network.