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Announcing the private launch of the Beta version of SingularityNET platform on the Ropsten Network.
Private Beta Launch
In late 2017, after the SingularityNET community came together to make the Token Generation Event of SingularityNET a resounding success, our journey began with the commitment that our community members will be able to govern the decentralized network democratically.
Our journey over the past year was not easy. The SingularityNET team spent countless nights working away on the challenges, and the SingularityNET community has supported us in every possible way.
A part of our journey ends today.
Today, we are excited and proud to announce that the Beta version of SingularityNET Platform is live on the Ropsten Network!
The test phase of the Beta is currently active on the Ropsten Network (one of the testnets of the Ethereum network), and selected volunteers and community leaders have been given access to this private version of the Beta for stress testing.
Our commitment to ensuring that our community members participate democratically in the development of the SingularityNET platform is reflected in the fact that the comments and suggestions of these community volunteers will be listened to and will eventually shape the evolution of the network moving forward.
Three Phase Launch
The private Beta launch on the Ropsten Network marks the start of the first phase in the planned three-phase launch of the Beta version of the SingularityNET platform on the Ethereum network.
The details of the three-phase launch plan are:
Phase 1: On February 4th — we launched the Beta on the Ropsten Network, and selected volunteers and community leaders were given access to it for stress testing.
Phase 2: On February 11th — we will make this Test Network Beta available to the public to receive their feedback and to further stress test the Beta.
Phase 3: Finally towards the end of February, after acting on the feedback from ...
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