In line with the upcoming development, Co-founder and CEO of Block.one, Brendan Blumer recently hinted the plan to integrate EOS token into the underway Voice.
This was aired when the CEO shared the preparation of Voice Team for the launch of Voice Beta in a series of tweets a couple of hours ago.
After the tweets were shared, a user asked if the underway Voice will use EOS.
Blumer then responded thus, “During beta it will be hosted on a custom EOSIO chain to allow for fast testing and iteration. In the future we envision users will have more control over where their content resides. We also have EOS token integration plans, but it’s too early to speak publicly about them.”
During beta it will be hosted on a custom #EOSIO chain to allow for fast testing and iteration. In the future we envision users will have more control over where their content resides. We also have #EOS token integration plans, but it’s too early to speak publicly about them
— Brendan Blumer (@BrendanBlumer) January 31, 2020
Read the preparatory statement for the launch of Voice Beta as shared by Block.one CEO, Brendan Blumer below:
“I can see the excitement and expectations for Feb 14th mounting. Our first stage is a Voice technical beta designed to begin inviting a limited number of people each day to the beta environment to explore the product and offer feedback.
“Technical beta is designed for the public to work with our product and dev teams on a live basis to ready the user experience in preparation for a wider audience. Voice is already a very large and challenging feat of architectural design that needs to be tested beyond our walls.
“Voice’s scalable on-chain foundation has been our primary focus to date. There will be noticeably missing features compared to incumbent social media and journalism platforms that have seen hundreds of billions of investment over decades, so realistic expectations are important.
“That said, Voice isn’t just blockchain version of something that exists – it’s a totally new experience. We believe the fundamental differences in its approach outweighs the bells and whistles that disguise the lack of transparency and perverse incentives of existing incumbents.
Voice rewrites the formula in the user’s favor, and that’s starts with polishing it’s development hand in hand with social media’s new beneficiaries – YOU!” Brendan Blumer concluded.