Some of our readers are keeping a close eye on the BlockNet, and all of the coins involved in that project. One of those altcoins is FIBRE, and its developers are working on a new privacy solution called ZeroTrust. It looks like beta testing is about to begin soon, and a marketing campaign will kick off next week as well!
Not too much is known about ZeroTrust at this point in time, except that it will be a fully decentralized end-to-end privacy solution. As you would expect after undertaking such a massive project, the system needs to be beta tested thoroughly before releasing it to the public.
In order to get ZeroTrust tested properly,the FIBRE team is looking for private beta testers. If you are interesting in taking part in this round of testing, you can contact mxxxxxx on BitcoinTalk and apply for a private beta tester position.
We did receive the following screenshot , showing off the ZeroTrust option in the FIBRE wallet:
As of next week, there will be a marketing campaign for Fibre taking place. A press release will be sent out via BitcoinPRBuzz, and it will hopefully get picked up by some of the biggest mainstream media outlets such as Bloomberg, Reuters & Yahoo Finance.
BitcoinPRBuzz’s press releases also get picked up by most cryptocurrency news outlets, including ourselves, although we will do a rewrite of the actual press release in order to avoid duplicate content. The FIBRE team is hoping to get something published on CoinDesk once this press release is sent out.
Some more tidbits of information have been provided, as FIBRE will be on BitSpark’s next voting list. Furthermore, once the daily trading volume of Fibre picks up, there is a good chance it will be added to ShapeShift in the near future.