Blockchain development is seen as a complex and confusing thing when it shouldn’t be. But being in its nascent stage, it is difficult for the developers to create applications that can further achieve mass adoption in future.
This is where Cache comes into the picture. With the aim that “Blockchain development shouldn’t be rocket science”, it is working on several products and services that you can have up and running on blockchain within minutes.
Meet cache: Be up and running on blockchain in minutes
Cache is a series of projects and a token that is working on building tools to make blockchain easy and usable for developers as well as businesses.
“Cache is a token and series of projects aimed at empowering developers, startups, and products to easily adopt powerful blockchain features such as assets, tokens, decentralization, identity management, and more. In fine, we believe that in order to have a more decentralized world we need to make development, tools, and user experience surrounding blockchain a 0easy choice.”
Built on the NEM blockchain, the team defines the technology behind its project as “Cache operates and lives within the NEM blockchain platform. NEM operates secure, RESTful APIs that allow developers to build unique, user-friendly solutions on top of the platform. To send Cache or make Cache transactions a user will pay a nominal transaction fee in the XEM cryptocurrency. Unlike Ethereum, fees in the NEM blockchain are non-variable, reliable and low cost.”
Cache token value & a solid team
When it comes to Cache token, it is designed with the focus on onboarding developers, businesses, websites, and companies. The company would be achieving this through 3 main products i.e. Blockstart, Cacheout, and Devslopes.
Cache is the utility token that will power Blockstart, a developer platform that provides the tools to implement and build blockchain applications with ease. Blockstart will allow developers and businesses to start building on a blockchain network in minutes and will incur Cache fees. In order to support the development of this developer platform, Cacheout has been created to be an ecosystem, website, and platform designed to generate quality questions and answers for programming and tech questions relevant to members of the Blockstart community. Devslopes will have training for developers where some exclusive content can be accessed via Cache, and will continue to serve as an incubator for upcoming blockchain superstars.
The project has a solid team of 9 in place, they have been building consumer and developer facing applications since 2015 and have taught over 300,000 students worldwide how to code at Devslopes. All team members were former students of Devslopes, and their platforms are being built to be driven by developer usage and activity and will be used extensively by the existing Devslopes community.
The team says,
“We make complex things simple. We are now doing this for blockchain.”
The team history, a track record of setting and achieving goals, and creating products and services that are usable and easy to understand, are the strengths of this project. Cache is already in circulation and can be used to purchase courses at www.devslopes.com. Currently, the team is collaborating with Pearson Vue and Blockchain Training Alliance to help produce Blockchain related exams and certifications worldwide.
Cache’s future plans
The Devslopes platform and systems have been live and successful for the past 2 years, supporting and building their user base. Additionally, Blockstart is currently being built, and Cacheout is in the early stages of product development.
As for the future plans, the team says;
“We will simultaneously continue to build and release our public blockchain network where developers can build products and services on for a Cache fee. Shortly after we will begin development of Cacheout, and continue to grow and produce content for the Devslopes Learn to Code for lead generation of Blockstart and Cacheout.”
In a recent blog post, the team noted that due to the unique usage of the Cache token within the Blockstart developer community, the token will be insulated from the price trend of ‘token velocity’ that plagues many tokenized blockchain platforms. Developer stakes in the Cache token are effectively deposits to build within the Blockstart ecosystem. This stake supports the ecosystem, and minimizes the frustrating financial and technological overhead of blockchain development.
Cache has started building SDKs for iOS, Android, and Unity to get developers up and running, as well as deploying their MVP for Blockstart (B2B) where businesses and startups are up and running on their own blockchain networks in minutes. Cache is built from the ground up to support and celebrate developers, and that focused purpose has resulted in a powerful set of technologies that will empower the development of the next generation of decentralized software.