We’re excited to release the alpha version 0.1.0 of THX.
The alpha version includes up to 40 completed functionalities such as the creation of reward rules and approval of reward claims as a pool manager. For the regular users, which we refer to as ‘pool members’, a whole list of features is available including voting for reward rule proposals and user friendly reward claims through QR-codes.
Last but not least; a two way peg between Rinkeby testnet and Loom’s Basechain, results in fast and free transactions within the dApp.
Next up in Release 0.1.1 (~March)
The next release will focus on adding more developer-centered features and important UX improvements for members including these user stories;
- As a developer, I want to be able to integrate a reward claim in my software.
- As a developer, I want to read documentation about the claim integration for my software.
- As a user of social software, I want to claim my reward immediately (no QR code) if my device already has a valid connection to the chain.
In addition, we are setting up the first webhooks within the integration layer. This allows for easy integration with social apps via a robust REST API architecture. Exciting times!
(Update 26 March : release 0.1.1 is out and includes before mentioned improvements and 3 additional features focused on member roles)
👉 Sign-up for the closed alpha
We are designing THX developer first; thanks to the API, you deploy it easily with no additional infrastructure.
However, we’re not quite there yet. We would love you to join us for alpha testing. Ideal partners are web platforms, online communities or iOS/Android apps that are looking for ways to give their members incentives, allow their users to pool funds and in the end increase their users’ engagement.
(Not seeing the form below on Medium Android on iOS app? Follow this link to Google Forms)
THX is the open protocol for online rewards. It allows you to setup incentives for your community members to perform valuable actions, for example organizing an event. We believe programmable money and reward systems like THX will be nothing short of transformative for our economies.