The distributed bitcoin-powered marketplace OpenBazaar has published a long-term roadmap in a bid to turn a tellurian personality in censorship-resistant trade.
Since launch, OpenBazaar has seen a far-reaching accumulation of vendors pointer adult to sell products including caramel waffles, chili peppers and cannabis seeds. The plan grew out of an progressing effort, dubbed DarkMarket, that sought to build a marketplace that, by a distributed nature, could not be totally close down.
Now, a group behind OpenBazaar, according to the new roadmap, is approaching to find expansive growth in a months ahead.
Plans embody a deployment of private listings, pursuit postings, a built-in amicable network, and integrations with a InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) and a anonymizing Tor network. The group is also formulation to recover a mobile app.
The roadmap explains:
“OpenBazaar is and always was a huge plan with an desirous idea to turn a fortitude of tellurian commerce. Every marathon starts with a initial step.”
Formally launched in Apr of this year, the distributed marketplace fast found supporters, with developers saying during a time that a program had been downloaded 25,000 times a initial day in business.
By a time a app and a primogenitor company, OB1, had swept a Blockchain Awards