Ever wondered what would be the most fundamental reason for people adopting blockchain technology? The answer is the very fact that it creates a high level of trust for people to secure their data and processes over a secure network.
Hence, the Secret Network.
The Secret Network is the first cryptocurrency blockchain to offer privacy – preserving smart contracts. This means that all smart contract inputs and outputs can become completely encrypted.
“Privacy without consent, is not privacy at all” said Ian Dixon, CEO, Secret Network “We have to do a better job with privacy when dealing with blockchain transactions”. “Everything within a blockchain transaction doesn’t have to be made public”, “somethings can be kept private”, Ian told our CNIR reporter.
Transactions made on Secret Smart Contracts cannot even be viewed by the nodes running the Secret Network blockchain. The SCRT is the native token of the Secret Network blockchain. It is used to for staking and governance on the Secret Network.
SECRET SWAP AMM
Secret’s first AMM called SecretSwap AMM will be launching on Secret Network mainnet on 17th February 2021.
🚨 SecretSwap mainnet: Feb 17th 🚨
In an important new post, we introduce a native governance token for Secret DeFi + more details on AMM / LP rewards and distribution.
Front-running resistant, cross-chain liquidity is here – secured by Secret Network. https://t.co/pR6tTyjj5v
— 𝕊ecret Network (@SecretNetwork) February 11, 2021
SecretSwap will be a community-led initiative, governed by a new native token on both Ethereum and Secret Network
“While the final details of this token are still in flux and any final spec dependent on community feedback, we are excited to share its main properties for the first time”, said Ian.
This token will be distributed as a fair launch and have a tight connection with SCRT and Secret Network.
Secret Network may just be one of the most important projects in the cryptocurrency space. This is because they have developed a protocol that has found that balance between transparency and privacy.
Stay tuned to CNIR for updates from the Secret Network Project.