SpiderDAO, which provides a decentralized router-based VPN service for its users by using a dual-governance model which brings together hardware and software tools with on-chain elements, today announced the completion of a major milestone in the SpiderDAO project.
The SpiderDAO Discord testnet allows a clear demonstration of the various SpiderDAO functions and capabilities that will shortly be included on the SpiderConnect Pro router firmware including:
- $SPDR wallet creation and administration
- Creation and administration of private and public keys
- Governance of proposals and referendums deployed on the DAO
- Voting options
The Discord SpiderDAO testnet shows a close approximation of what the final hardware DAO functionality will look like and will be used to gather information and invite constructive criticism from both SiderDAO devs and the wider community.
The SpiderDAO testnet on Discord is the first in an increasing list of services that the SpiderDAO team intends to include in its Spider VPN Pro Router firmware. The SpiderDAO firmware will shortly be capable of hosting a number of other services all from within the same easy-to-use interface. All services and facilities are powered by the $SPDR token which is at the heart of the SpiderDAO ecosystem.
“Our Development team is delighted to have the opportunity to at last show some of the hard work that they have been engaged in and their dedication shows in the results. We are looking forward to rolling out the new Spider Pro Router firmware which incorporates these and many other features.”
– Anas Sayed, CTO of SpiderDAO
As well as a $SPDR wallet, DAO voting, referendums, proposals, and communications on the network, future additions to the firmware will include a dKYC (decentralized know your customer data) module and a fully functioning multi-currency hardware wallet.
SpiderDAO’s vision is to create a provable, open-source, decentralized VPN, as well as add a multi-layer privacy solution where users are not only secured through the DAO, but their networks are secured with Spider dVPN and adblocking. All user data is encrypted through dVPN to ensure that all network traffic is secured when leaving or entering the network.