Readers of our website who have been involved in cryptocurrency & altcoins for quite some time, will remember a coin called Supercoin. As it came with a lot of promises, the expectations for this altcoin were pretty high. Unfortunately, the original developers bailed a long time ago, and a takeover was in order. That takeover has occurred, and the new SUPER roadmap has been made available to the public, so let’s take a look!
First of all, let’s start out by pointing out who actually took over Supercoin. A few weeks ago, on November 27th, Trusted-Cryptos Team member Griffith made the announcement in regards to take takeover of SUPER. A new website has been launched, and there would a new direction for development of this digital currency.
Nothing has changed in regards to technical specifications of Supercoin, as everything is exactly the same as it has been created by the original developers. However, the future direction of Supercoin is looking a lot brighter than it has over the past few months, thanks to the new development roadmap.
Most of you will know that Supercoin has some interesting features already, such as SuperSend. But did you know multisignature anonymity has been implemented by the previous developers as well? Very interesting, to say the least.
The next feature to make its way to Supercoin, is in-wallet trading. This new feature will only be made available for pre-compiled SUPER clients. No official word yet on when we can expect this feature, but we will keep an eye out for an update regarding this subject.
One of the upcoming features I am personally interested in, is the MultiCoin wallet. From what we can gather, users will be able to manage every cryptocurrency client on their computer from within the Supercoin client. As a result, there would be one unified design for all of your different wallets. It will be interesting to see how this will play out once it has been released.
Last but not least on the development roadmap is a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange. Supercoin holders will become shareholders in this exchange, and the trading fees generated by the exchange will be used to pay out dividends to shareholders every 3 months.