SimpleID is focused on not only keeping up but exceeding expectations. So, it is with great excitement that we reveal a sneak peak at our upcoming release.
With the help of Consensys’ Tachyon accelerator, we refined our vision, talked to customers, and built an early version of our product. In the months since, we’ve continued talking to customers and continued building.
SimpleID just shipped one of its biggest releases yet. We’ve been committed to building the features and tools our customers need most, and to do that, we have to listen. Which is exactly what we’ve done.
For the business owners—the founders who give a damn about the people using what they built—you HAVE to be concerned.
Last week, crypto markets crashed. Hard. Any investor, crypto or traditional, knows to expect crashes, but there was something especially off-putting about the way the decentralized finance markets crashed.
Triggered by a housing crisis brought on by sub-prime mortgages, bank bailouts, and one of the largest drops of the Dow Jones in history, unemployment skyrocketed, businesses shuttered, and startups suffered. But not all startups.
The paradigm shift enabled by Web3, whether you define Web3 as blockchain-based or distributed-systems-based, is powerful. It tries to solve many of the problems Web2 created. Technology was the thing that was supposed to unlock power for everyone and connect the world. It has largely done that, but it also re-centralized problems.
SimpleID provides in-app notifications, email communication, and will soon have mobile push notification support.
If there were a juggernaut in the Web3 space, it is clearly MakerDAO. What they’ve enabled with the DAI stablecoin has changed the entire decentralized finance landscape (DeFi).
Redeemable DAI (or rDAI) is one platform enabling such returns, and their founder, Miao ZhiCheng thinks that by continuing to focus on end users and less on engineering tech, DeFi can continue to grow.