Blockchain holds the unique promise of fundamentally and beneficially altering economies on a worldwide basis. However, despite the technology being in existence for years, developers have not yet been able to produce a system that lives up to that promise. The talented team at DFINITY USA hopes to change this with its Internet Computer. Notably, the team believes that the current blockchain systems are fatally flawed through closed source language, poor features, slow processing times and expensive adoption. They have set out to create an open-source system that is faster, more affordable and feature-rich with the hope of producing blockchain singularity. Through singularity, or the widespread adoption of one blockchain system, the DFINITY USA crew believes that gains to economies will finally be realized.
DFINITY USA’s team is comprised of some of the most talented programmers, computer engineers and systems developers in the world. Together, they formulated the Internet Computer by first tailoring a customized design language for it. This language, Mokoto, was innovated specifically to function properly with smart contracts and blockchain. As a result, it allows for a much faster execution of Bitcoin transactions. Notably, it also enables the Internet Computer to achieve orthogonal persistence. Asynchronous messaging and automated memory messaging are also enabled.
The premium capabilities of the Internet Computer continue through its specialized design. For example, DFINITY USA has encrypted the system with Chain Key so that it can integrate perfectly with today’s smart devices. The developers have also prepared a Network Nervous System, which operates via a node layer. This elite system fosters liquid democracy. It also supports developers with the faster completion of updates.
DFINITY’s team has launched an initial version of its Internet Computer, and the team continues to refine its features and capabilities. As work progresses, the system continues gaining attention from computer scientists, developers, engineers, node providers, programmers and others.