The team behind Haven Protocol, the world’s only private digital stablecoin, has redesigned and relaunched its website. By utilizing Edge’s decentralized network, they are ready to welcome the Web 3.0 era.
Their reimagined website — which features a new look, designed to appeal to a broader mainstream audience — was built alongside their development partners in record time to support the growth and adoption of a newly launched fork of the protocol — Haven 2.0.
Thanks to Edge Network — Web 3.0 infrastructure that’s powered by its blockchain — every line of code is decentralized. Edge is a revolutionary proposition that leverages the spare capacity all around us to generate lightning-fast server and media delivery functionality, among other things — something which flies in the face of supermassive data centers like Amazon.
This future-facing aspect of the Haven site embodies Web 3.0 in the truest sense; it’s a nod to the possibility of an egalitarian society where corporations no longer have a stranglehold on the ability to generate wealth on the web. The Edge project team believe in this future wholeheartedly:
Joseph Denne, founder of Edge Network, said:
“There is a huge amount of spare capacity in the devices all around us, with the average laptop utilized to around 40% of its capability. Collectively making use of this capacity to drive the web takes power away from the handful of corporations that monetize our data day in, day out. Privacy is a human right, and Web 3.0 delivers it.”
Decentralization aside, the relaunched website — which went live this week — symbolizes Haven’s maturity as a technology. While the privacy and stability ethos remains fundamentally the same, users will notice a higher fidelity across the board; in design, application of brand, UX, functionality and messaging. It’s clear that in addition to Haven’s maturity, the team has sincerely acknowledged the maturity of consumers in the crypto and DeFi space as well.
“Haven is about bringing privacy to money. True privacy of data requires a decentralized network. Edge is to Web 3.0 what AWS is to Web 2.0. It’s the future of infrastructure, rebuilding the Web as it was originally intended to be, with privacy at its heart.”, said the Haven project team.
Doxing, anonymity and data security will underpin a new wave of digital human rights, as yet untouched by global governments and regulators. In such a world, consumers are left with no alternative but to take ownership of their privacy. As it stands, and with refinements and evolutions coming like they are, Haven Protocol is one of the best toolkits they’ll need to keep their assets safe, and away from unwelcome scrutiny. And now they are taking steps to embrace decentralization too, prospective investors should find comfort. Haven is a proposition that practices what it preaches. And it’s gearing up for more than just a brand and website refresh; it’s gearing up for the next social epoch and a critical progression in the way wealth is defined.
About Haven Protocol
Haven Protocol is crypto’s only DeFi ecosystem of private, stable assets. Utilizing Monero’s world-class privacy tools, Haven gives anyone in the world the power to take back control of their money.
Haven offers synthetic USD (xUSD), Bitcoin (xBTC), Gold (xAU), Silver (xAG), and a range of global currencies that can be stored or traded all within a private Haven Vault. Haven’s “mint and burn” protocol uses the base currency, XHV, as collateral for assets on the network. All Haven addresses and balances are private by default and can never be seen or tracked by anyone except the Vault owner.
About Edge NetWork
Edge is the infrastructure of Web 3.0. A peer-to-peer network, powered by the blockchain and built using the spare capacity all around us. It brings data storage and computation as close to the point of need as possible. Run as a DAO, Edge was established to benefit everyone, not just the handful of corporations that currently run the cloud.
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