The constant technological evolution has brought a lot of changes in the way we see and interact with the world, in very little time. These days, people are deeply dependent on connectivity, with infinite possibilities waiting, and all we need to do is connect to the internet. In fact, many of us remain connected at all times.
Human collaboration and creativity are higher than ever, and we even made global interoperability not only possible but instant. Despite the borders between countries, differences in culture and language, the world is well on its way of becoming a single organism which allows everyone to instantly connect with everyone else.
Of course, this did not come cheap, and some things had to be sacrificed. But, as time goes by, many are starting to wonder whether the price was too high. To achieve everything that we did, we needed to sacrifice privacy. Companies immediately abused the willingness to share our lives online, for the purpose of gaining control and making more money. Meanwhile, people are more than willing to allow them whatever they want, not even aware of how this might backfire and hurt them. Convenience was chosen over security, and now we are paying the price.
This is something that needs to change, and Promether is a project that aims to do just that.
Promether is a new type of network, known as ASN (Adaptive Symbiotic Network). It is based on principles of Ubiquitous Computing and Artificial Intelligence. As such, it allows anyone to create anonymous, secure networks by deploying reusable software components.
It doesn't matter if it is an individual who wishes to create their first app or large business who wishes to start offering a global service — anyone can use Promether, which will adapt to their specific networking needs. Even governments can use its flexibility to create secure communications network, which they might even choose to do, once Promether becomes a global hub for those seeking secure networking infrastructure.
This can include anyone, from developers and miners to corporations and governments. Promether merges blockchain-based incentivization with secure decentralized networks, and the end result includes benefits for everyone who participates. With its security and innovative technologies, Promether's goals and dreams are to bring the end of online surveillance. Of course, to do so, it will first have to launch its token.
Promether is a newly announced project which has yet to hold its ICO. In fact, there is not a lot of information that is known about its token sale, or even when it might take place.
What is known is that its token will be known as PYRO and that it will be a utility token created on Promether's own network. The project itself was registered in the British Virgin Islands, and it will have only three restricted areas — the US, China, and Canada.
So far, it has not announced the need for Whitelist or KYC procedures for those wishing to participate in its' token sale. However, the project is still young, and a lot of other details are missing, so this too may arrive in due time.
|Start||July 1, 2019|
|End||October 31, 2019|
I have checked all profiles of Promether team members and I must say that they left a very good impression on me. Take Eric Anderson, for example, the project's founder and CEO. He's a software engineer with a strong background in blockchain and game development, specializing in C++ and Java. It is very important for me to know that all key team members have their skin in the game. That's exactly what's Promether is about. Certainly, the project still has miles to go before achieving any significant recognition, but I am sure that they will get there eventually.
Ending the era of total surveillance is a genuinely noble goal because, currently, the privacy of every single individual who uses the Internet is under serious scrutiny. Therefore, Promether is doing the right thing here. I find the features of their decentralized privacy network, like the absence of fees, encryption, and has graph architecture, to be really interesting. One thing that I don't like, though, is the lack of a working product. These innovative solutions tend to be super buggy at first, so I need a sneak peek before considering Promether as an investment opportunity.
The technical solutions presented by Promether is interesting, and the problem that they address is super important. After so many scandals regarding data breaches and leakage of personal info, including private communications, from the centralized servers of big companies, the time has come to go as deep and anonymous with our data as possible. Promether may well help us with that. I am not an investment guru to tell you how the project might turn up financially, but I am certain that their product will be of some use for people like me.
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