Golem’s decentralized computing power distribution network has introduced a new version of its network.
Golem announced the alpha launch of the new Golem network. That focuses on making application development easier.
“As we mentioned in our communications over the past few months, we have used all the experience we have gained in developing and operating Brass and then Clay Golem. We’ve spent countless days and nights thinking about how to address what’s most important to our users and the future of Golem, and developing a solid vision of what we want to build. “
The update runs on the Alpha test network. Developers can convert their flattened images to the Golem virtual machine’s custom image format. Golem added that it uses an API that is already set up to connect to containers.
The company said it decided to launch a simpler platform, “while we’re building with a developer-first approach and to get there we need feedback.”. Golem believes that “it can be used for a variety of use cases that can really make a difference,” and is open to suggestions to help make these use cases easier to create.
At the beginning of this year Golem released a proof-of-concept device for identity authentication. The idea is to allow users to validate their hardware and prove their identity anonymously but reliably.