In gaming, performance parity is crucial. Milliseconds matter. Security is also an ever-growing concern of both tournament organizers and gamers alike. This makes gaming a truly natural use case for Syntropy technology.
We’ve gone into great detail on how Syntropy can make gaming faster, safer, and more competitive. Now, it’s time to start putting our technology to use, gradually bringing these benefits to global gaming communities.
Today we’re excited to announce a Syntropy gaming competition for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with a total prize pool of $25k.
To support the competition, we’re partnering with DatHost, one of the largest CS:GO hosting…
Every time you connect to the public Internet, you expose yourself to risk. It’s hard to control. At Syntropy, we’re gradually giving control back to you, the user. Syntropy VPN is another step forward in this effort — a personal, private VPN that puts you in charge.
Traditional VPNs add an encryption overlay on top of the public Internet, but there are some drawbacks.
Ultimately, when you use commercial VPN solutions, you trust them with your privacy…
Since the launch of Syntropy Builders in January, we’ve distributed $80k+ to community members and developers worldwide for building on Syntropy. They’ve done some incredible work, completing more than 20 projects, including integrations for:
But we’re ready to take this program to the next level. We want hundreds of integrations to launch in 2021, making it easy to use Syntropy across dozens of high-demand applications, everything from blockchain and IoT to gaming and software development.
Today, we’re announcing the largest expansion of the Builders program to-date, backed by our $920K+ incentive pool.
2020 presented a year of forced evolution for many companies around the world. As business began to be holistically conducted over the internet, it became critical to have networks that can handle this increased traffic while delivering a consistent experience to both employees and customers.
This problem is not new. Building networks has always been challenging. Connecting hundreds, if not thousands of machines together to work in unison and deliver a safe and secure experience has created a multi-billion dollar management industry that grows every year. …
The e-sports industry has grown dramatically over the past five years. With roots in Asia, large competitions have reached the United States and European markets. Large communities of players across several gaming universes now regularly compete for multi-million dollar prizes and championships.
The entire industry is worth several billion dollars, with several individual teams valued at more than $300 million apiece. Syntropy’s technology can be used at scale (in major tournaments) or in smaller formats (at friendly tournaments or public servers) to solve many of the industry’s biggest issues concerning performance and security.
Welcome to the first roadmap update of 2021. First things first, we want to thank our whole community for being with us throughout it all. You drive us. We also want to welcome our rapidly growing group of developers. You will be integral to Syntropy Stack, and we couldn’t be happier to have you on board.
Despite it being the holiday season, the whole team continued to work. Developers managed to put in a lot of work on Syntropy Stack and push out multiple releases. We worked hard on Syntropy Stack documentation, adding information and polishing it out. We opened…
For the first time, we welcome you to the roadmap update as Syntropy. The secret is out. One more roadmap milestone is now complete. We have evolved from a niche tech startup into a global movement. Let’s dive in.
NOIA is now Syntropy, and all social media accounts reflect that. We’ve reached out to every website carrying our brand to push necessary changes. The token will remain $NOIA to reflect the history and journey of our movement. To our token holders, there is absolutely no action needed.
We once again welcome you to our monthly update. We have already hit some exciting milestones in December, with more on the way, but we wanted to provide a quick summary of November’s progress, which also included several important events.
Here is what happened last month:
Welcome to the fifth roadmap update! It’s a busy and demanding period, but also very exciting. We have a few important events ahead of us this month, and we can’t wait to share everything with you. For now, let’s look into what we have been up to in these recent weeks.
In October, we pre-launched Syntropy Network and immediately started carrying out internal tests and aggregating data. The results exceed our expectations, with many more potential use cases opening up.
The pre-launch data proved that there are many optimizations that Syntropy can facilitate through public nodes. We tested around 200,000…
Welcome to the fourth roadmap update! We are now entering the third month of our six-month sprint towards launch, and remain nicely in line with the schedule.
We are now approaching both the network launch and the product launch. Syntropy will serve as the basic layer for the new programmable internet. The Syntropy Stack will be the first product built on the network, providing an immediate first use case before we invite the world to also start building, expanding the Syntropy ecosystem.
For now, let’s look at what we achieved in the last couple of weeks to get us closer…