Perlin roadmap

updated 07 December 2018

High-throughput privacy-preserving compute network

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Status: upcoming
Public sale: TBA-TBA
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  • December 2017

    Ideation

    Perlin is founded.

  • June2018

    Avalanche Consensus
    The Avalanche Consensus is implemented to improve DAG throughput times.

  • July 2018

    Whitepaper Release

    The preliminary version of the whitepaper is released to the public.

  • September 2018

    Wavelet

    Improvements are made to the short comings of Avalanche to create a metastable, Sybil-resistant ledger called Wavelet.

  • October 2018

    Testnet Alpha

    Alpha release of the testnet will consist of binaries and documentation.

  • November 2018

    Stability and Speed Improvements

    Testnet benchmarking results for stability and speed.

  • January2019

    Compute Platform

    A testnet version of our compute layer with a realtime demo will be published.

  • March 2019

    Mobile Integration
    A testnet version for mobile support on Android phones.

  • June2019

    Mainnet Release
    The mainnet release will accompany support for smart contracts, Kubernetes, GPU’s and the genesis block.

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Top-level project, team, technology and everything

The only downside - the token metrics largely favor the seed round investors and the discounts are ridiculous - dump alert.

Personally invested in it, looking forward to them doing amazing stuff.

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Appreciated the Latex whitepaper, as many techinal paper use this format. DAG is a well-known piece of technology. And also Ethereum use it a form of DAG for epoch. Another thing that I appreciated is the use of IPFS for the versioning of the white paper. This project is proposed like an improved version of ethereum. Interesting but also critical aspect. There are many projects that both in the past and currently proposed this goal. And it is not just a problem of technology, but of adoption. Moreover, it is worth considering, that it is not so complicated for the Ethereum network to implement real improvements when these are effectively demonstrated. Another positive aspect is the presence of a github repo where you can see the progress of development work. Not very hectic at the moment. Developers have github accounts, not very popular on average.

Incentivizing the first investors too much is a winning strategy for a quick start, but not very profitable for those who arrive later. And this is another aspect to consider.

They have strong initial investors. Definitely a project to keep an eye on.