However, we are not launching it publicly. Why? Because developing on the Ethereum network has been a challenge and we want to identify, fix, and improve minor issues, as well as to implement new features during the next month. This will greatly enhance the overall functionalities of the platform. For that purpose, we are running a private launch, sending the first version of the app to people from our user community who would like an invitation.
Would you like an invite? Email us at email@example.com. You can also register on the website. We are delivering the app to groups in stages, so please be patient. It may take just a little time before we send you an app install package.
Your feedback will be vitally important over these next few weeks. We are asking our first users to give us their feedback to improve the overall experience of the app. So please, use the app, upload items, and even buy something (yes, it is possible), and tell us what you think in our Telegram channel.
That’s it! This is the next step to create a functional, successful, e-commerce ecosystem over the Ethereum network. Now it’s up to you! Just request your invite, and let’s get started!
New website and rebranding.
You may have noticed that our brand and website has completely changed. We are still called BitBoost, but our logo and our look are different. We believe that this new logo and branding are more modern, fresh, and definitively nobody could mix up it with other logos, such as Tesla (yes, people told us about that).
Regarding our website, we have completely changed its look & feel. Our previous website came from the ICO, and it was outdated, with mixed graphic patterns, and without a clear purpose. We have been working for a month to change that, and the result is much better! We will continue to make improvements as we release other new features and products (like the open protocol), but it’s a good start. Take a look! What do you think?
Finally, maybe some of you noticed that it was possible to download the app from the website for a few hours this past weekend (now you can only ask for an invite). That was a mistake: the link for downloading was an outdated version, running only in a testnet. Please, don’t use it! And of course, don’t use any ether with it!