Gather Starts New Partnership with StackOS: an Open Protocol Offering Decentralized Cloud for dApps.
Posted by admin on May 10, 2021
Gather is extremely excited to start a new strategic partnership with StackOS, an infrastructure protocol for deployment of any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain privatenets and mainnet nodes for developers.
Gather has built a marketplace based platform that allows publishers to monetize content without or fewer ads, and provides businesses and developers access to affordable and reliable processing power through Gather Cloud.
StackOS will integrate Gather to some of their website pages to generate additional revenue by taking their expressed permission to share processing power. The revenues scale with the time spent on the platform. In the meantime, StackOS platform will offer the possibility to host Gather’s nodes easily and will also be in a position to deploy databases for Gather, when needed.
StackOS’ native token $STACK will be added as a payout option for Gather Online, providing exposure for StackOS by introducing it to first-time crypto users via Gather’s global network of publishers (all websites and applications that will be using Gather).
StackOS will also offer their developer community the option to integrate Gather Online to the applications which will allow them to monetize their dapps. Once $STACK payouts are integrated, application developers can generate revenue via Gather Online in $STACK and use Gather’s loyalty program to share the revenue generated with the application users. Gather will expand its reach by introducing Gather to StackOS’ dapps network, whilst expanding its network with more processing power everyday.
To showcase both companies’ solutions at once, Gather and StackOS will also work on a demo web page dedicated to Gather Online, running on StackOS.
On the new partnership, Reggie Jerath, Gather Founder & CEO said:
“By forming this partnership with StackOS we’re expanding our reach and diving deep into the dapps ecosystem, carrying our core product to new developers and publishers whilst creating a fairer & more decentralized business model together with long term adoption while we will offer an easy way to host Gather nodes on StackOS.”
StackOS’ CEO Vishnu Korde added:
“We’re thrilled about our collaboration with Gather. Through Gather’s core product, we will create a major leverage for our developer community, rewarding them with our native token $STACK whilst accelerating the mass adoption of dapps.”
StackOS is a cross-chain open protocol that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain private nets, and main net nodes.
We aim to provide the world with “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol”, which will allow any person across the world to deploy their application without incurring heavy cloud management costs and freely run any application they wish to run. StackOS furthermore intends to help brick and mortar businesses around the globe, to go online cost-effectively and securely with minimal technical overhead.
StackOS has already gained heavy early traction from the market and is soon preparing to launch its native STACK token on the mainnet for the general public to use and govern.
Gather has developed a powerful new technology that allows web and mobile developers to earn money by contributing processing power , unlike any other digital monetization tool available today. Imagine an Internet where web and application developers can generate revenue without having to rely on intrusive Ads. A new revenue stream without ads, and one that is reliable and rewarding. The processing power gathered will then be redistributed, providing a cheaper alternative to current Cloud markets products. Gather is unlocking a new type of business model for the internet by allowing publishers to monetize without ads and by providing businesses & developers access to affordable and reliable processing power.
For more information, visit https://gather.network.