Geeq recently partnered with Morpheus.Network, a middleware platform that helps logistics providers harness the benefits of blockchain. Here, we lay out in detail the sector’s specific challenges, and how Geeq fits in.
Geeq Data is Geeq’s first native web application. It uses Geeq’s ground-breaking method of scaling while every application transaction is settled securely on-chain. Geeq apps do not require smart contracts.
A Geeq Data block explorer is another webapp. It is a tool to search the validation and application blocks for Geeq Data. Features include searching for an attestation by its metadata.
Using the webapp, any user is able to verify easily and independently, the transactions in blocks kept by a node. This is another trust minimized feature that arises naturally from Geeq’s security model, which compares favorably to other platforms with such complex security models,
The decentralized collaboration engine (DCE) is the last Geeq native generic application included in the roadmap before public mainnet. The DCE is the natural combination of previous development modules, such as multi-user permissions, application ledgers, Geeq Data, non-$Geeq tokens, block explorers with metadata, and micropayments.
The DCE provides accessible and secure attestations to versions submitted to systems that manage collaborative work. The need for this service will only grow: for on-location and remote work environments,
Introducing the Geeq Data app Testing Framework! Our first Geeq-native app has Geeq’s signature qualities: a software product that is efficient, scalable, and provably secure. It’s time for our community to get involved!