It’s almost the end of the year 2018, but it sounds more like a beginning for Auctionity. This year has been a prolific one. Back in August, we were looking in the rearview mirror at what had been accomplished so far, and then over Q3 and Q4, we saw Auctionity become live. Before we move on to an exciting year 2019, let’s take a moment to quickly recap what has been hot at Auctionity this month.
Looking back at the objectives we had set ourselves at the beginning of 2018, we are extremely proud to be able to say that, so far, we have reached all of them. These milestones included our MVP, open API, payment guarantee, delivery guarantee, functional saleroom…
Besides, we have also built partnerships and started collaboration with major actors in the blockchain industry, including gaming and art applications for NFTs. This will help us expand and nurture long-lasting relationship for the future development of Auctionity.
From product development to events and everything in between, it has been a busy month and much has been achieved. One of the most exciting and significant achievement is our collaboration with Portis.
The Auctionity Dev Core team has made significant progress during the last month. The Auctionity documentation and Auctionity Github provide a more detailed description of goals we have achieved, as well as other advancements. Please note that only a part of the code is currently available and public on GitHub.
Meanwhile, our team is very busy with the development of Auctionity, in all its aspects, i.e. tech, marketing, business…
As a new technology, blockchain is evolving quickly. And so does Auctionity. As i’m typing these words, a new version of Auctionity is being molded into its final shape that will lauch by Q1. It is not just a matter of UX or UI, it’s more than that, we are rethinking ou product in details to offer the best experience possible to our users and expand our horizons.
2019 will be exciting, 2019 will be big, 2019 is Auctionity’s year, and we are glad to share this wild ride with our supporters and new partners.
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