ClearCoin’s new website is live with an updated navigation and sitemap. The new site is reflective of the current and future direction of the project. There are three HTML5 header videos used on this new site that can only be viewed on desktop or laptops (a mobile display would replace the video with a gradient). There are a number of new sections and other sections that have been rolled into new areas. Please see the list below for an updated map of where sections and products can be found.

Home

About

Products

Solutions

Features

Community

Roadmap

XCLR

Specs

Buy XCLR

Tracking

Wallets

Platform

Explorer

Company

Team

FAQ

Whitepaper

Press

Blog

Contact

The new website has a growing emphasis on the technological and community development aspects of ClearCoin. As the maxim is starting to go, crypto projects are hinged on technological and community development. These are two areas of focus in the past and increasingly going forward.

The new Community section on the home page features the growing community channels for the company. In total, there are thousands of people either engaged on social media or signed up with the Platform. As with most projects, many people are passive and patiently awaiting future developments and engagement.

The Community section has a dedicated mention to our Github profile. Until now, the majority of our repositories on Github are private. We are considered opening up some of the repositories to be public (a form of open sourcing). There are pros and cons to open sourcing and we’re considering the different options. There will be a fuller update on this in the future. For now, there are some repositories available for browsing. Community members are welcome to engage on Github or any other channel listed in the Community section.

Cleary Bot, one of our staple Telegram admins, has a number of appearances on the new site including the XCLR page and in the Team section. The current Telegram admin group includes Cleary Bot, Hunter, Jason, Liza, and Richard (listed alphabetically). If you’re interacting with one of our Telegram admins, make sure their username is correct by referencing the list posted in the group. There have been a number of impostor admins banned in 2018.

For the product development front in September, we’ll be working on the decentralized wallet accessibility feature, a publisher portal, and new updates for the Explorer.
 

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