BitClout is going strong and delivering on expectations of becoming the “Next Big Thing”

Following what we can definitely call a very successful launch, BitClout experienced a few “startup” glitches with regards to their capacity mainly affecting the speed of their platform due to the high volume of transactions that were generated.

BitClout had taken some precautionary measures already by not yet fully opening up registrations to everyone with its users requiring a password to sign up.

In an announcement made on its platform on Wednesday, BitClout developers stated that these initial hickups had been resolved with the site being “a lot faster and ready to scale “horizontatally”. Furthermore, they removed the need for a password to sign up.

To date, BitClout developers deliver on the expectations set and have been very transparent on its operations and acting in prompt fashion.

In a series of ‘clouts’, @diamondhands, who “represents” the developers on the platform, explained the recent improvements and put into context that just like Bitcoin, the BitClout blockchain is running on many nodes all around the world.

While previously, the platform was “temporarily” running on a single node, it is now running on several nodes that are “read sharded” which means that when visiting the platform, your request will to one of the many nodes around, while they all stay in sync with each other.

The developer community worked hard in the past days to fix the initial glitches which lead to some issues the nodes had in syncing the high volume of transactions. Now that these issues are resolved, the nodes on the network will be reliable to sync “much more reliably”.

The ability for BitClout.com to smoothly run on several nodes ‘unlocks virtually unlimited horizontal scaling for reads, and unlocks the ability for all the nodes on the network to run without passwords,” and the team announced that there is much more to come:

 

The platform has gained massive traction and a community that is rapidly growing and expanding. Telegram groups and other forums continue to pop up where its users are discussing the markets out there on the platform. So far feedback of users has been largely positive and one of excitement with all knowing they are part of something big, something of a gamechanger. 

Bitclout launch team’s commitment to its community is evident.

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