Gimbl Monthly Update: GMU #2
We’re now almost halfway through September and we’ve been working relentlessly on our tech. If you’ve been with us since the beginning, you’ve been seeing a lot of changes lately, and it’s only the beginning.
Our goal is to build an app that’s easy to use both for the blockchain-savvy and the computer-illiterate. To that end, having a full-fledged internal database mimicking and synchronized on the blockchain is necessary. In addition, we are looking into the possibility of providing internal accounts to which we hold the private keys, to provide a seamless experience for those who want to. Others will always have the option to inject or plug their wallets and sign their own transactions.
On the transaction broadcast side, we’re currently designing a versatile daemon that will make interacting with the blockchain a breeze, even with many transactions and a busy network. We highly recommend you use it to broadcast your own transactions (and it’s how we are building the UI), in order to have a smoother user experience. That being said, and for the sake of decentralization, you will always be able to do it yourself.
We’ve migrated to using ElasticSearch for our initial logging architecture, to take advantage of the fast indexing and grouping features that will allow us to study and test data-based evolutions we need.
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