Stratis (STRAT) Updated Its Roadmap With Smart Contracts and Sidechains, Among Others

On September 26th, the Stratis team published the roadmap for its fourth stage of development, in which complete nodes, smart contracts, sidechains, and other products will be launched by the end of 2018.

According to the announcement, they have contemplated the launch of complete nodes, customized sidechains for companies, and smart contracts in the C programming language. They have also planned the integration of new features in version 2.0 of the platform for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), the cold storage of the Stratis (STRAT) crypto token in the staking wallet, the Breeze privacy protocol for STRAT, the update of the Breeze portfolio, and enhancements for Stratis DLT, Stratis Core, and Stratis Academy.

Regarding the sidechains, Stratis Sidechains indicated that they would be implemented in the primary network to favor the interoperability between blockchains that use only one crypto. Regarding the smart contracts, they announced that they would be launched before the end of 2018.

For version 2.0 of their platform for ICO, they explained that it would not only include the improvements programmed by the team of developers but will also take into account the comments received from organizations that have used the current version of the platform.

Stratis (STRAT) updated its roadmap

The Stratis (STRAT) team has plans to update the Breeze wallet, a version that will include new options (of which they did not give further details) and that will also depend on the technology of the complete nodes.

As for the Breeze security protocol, which was implemented to be compatible with Bitcoin (BTC) main network, and to boost the exchange between companies, they said that it would also be available for Stratis (STRAT).

Regarding Stratis Core, they indicated that it would be updated to be compatible with the complete nodes, and they also stated that it would replace the existing StratisX (QT) purse. As far as Stratis Academy is concerned, they said that it would have an improved user interface, thinking about creating more content for the network.

The project is currently backed by just over $157 million, with more than $99 million of Stratis (STRAT) in circulation, while STRAT trades at approximately $1.61.

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