Exploring Sustainable Blockchain-based Breakthroughs on Advancements with Ted Danson

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A look at blockchain technology for truly sustainable software development.

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"Solving these problems could leverage everyone’s time, effort, and creativity, providing tremendous value through the use of more reusable and reliable components in application development..."

An upcoming episode of Advancements with Ted Danson will focus on how the blockchain is being used for the future of software development, where rewards are equitably and automatically received by contributors. This episode is scheduled to broadcast 4th QTR, 2018. Check your local listings for more information.

Many software projects are unbanked entities. Creating financial rails for these projects, as well as a crowd-curated and open marketplace for code and development, would allow for a greater collaboration in software without the need for an intermediary to maintain a network.

This segment of Advancements will focus on Deconet, a decentralized marketplace for code and milestone-based software development, where developers and businesses can buy, sell, and collaborate on software products. This segment will educate about the Deco.Network platform, which was created to solve the problem of wasted or duplicated effort in application development and form an equitable and automated flow of value back to software creators.

Viewers will learn how Deconet leverages distributed ledger technology (blockchain), smart contracts, and a user-friendly platform with various tools to enable developers to list their modules, packages, APIs, and projects, and allows companies and other developers to access and pay for code. Developers can also offer services like bounty hunting to identify bugs in addition to selling code.

“With the technology of blockchain and smart contracts, we have the opportunity to create the public utilities that will bring about more meritocratic futures of work. At Deconet, our initial focus is on the creators and maintainers of digital infrastructure and partnering with Advancements lets us share our vision of tomorrow,” said David Sneider, CEO of Deconet.

“Solving these problems could leverage everyone’s time, effort, and creativity, providing tremendous value through the use of more reusable and reliable components in application development,” said Michael Devine, senior producer and content development lead for the Advancements series.

About Advancements and DMG Productions:
The Advancements series is an information-based educational show, targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world.

Backed by experts in various fields, and a team dedicated to education and advancement, DMG Productions consistently produces commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend. For more info, please visit: AdvancementsTV.com.

About Deconet:
Deconet is a blockchain-powered decentralized marketplace and dashboard for open source software projects. By providing a smart contract-based registry and repository, in addition to a token (DCO) as the primary unit of membership, Deconet is the world’s first crowd-curated marketplace allowing developers to generate an income from their projects, participate in development contests and collaborate without the overheads of having to create a business.

Founded in 2017 by David Sneider, previous co-founder of Sendbloom, and Chris Cassano, inventor of the first hardware bitcoin wallet, Deconet is a global marketplace, which will allow nearly 20-million software developers to make an income from their coding work. For more information visit: http://www.deco.network.

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