Proposal and design of Phantasma. Development of initial Proof of Concept.
Submission of Proof of Concept to City Of Zion dApp contest, where it was one of the top 5 winners. Website launch and team formation.
Initial draft of the white paper. Presentation of Phantasma at NEO devcon in SF. Continued development of the core protocol.
Phantasma public token sale. Prototype of the first Phantasma dApp : secure email.
Release of Phantasma SDK, which will let any third-party developers start building their own Phantasma based products, along with release of Oracle Nodes, as an example of SDK usage.
Phantasma relay nodes will finished and released, allowing Phantasma apps to break free from the transaction speed limits of blockchain. The SDK will be upgraded to support the new feature and Phantasma Chat will be developed to showcase the Relay nodes.
A development competition will be held at this point.
Start of split of Phantasma from NEO network into its own blockchain, using the NEOX protocol for cross-chain interoperability.
Testnet will be released.
Release of Phantasma Storage, as expansion of the Relay system. The SDK will be updated to support Storage.
Release of main net, native tokens to be issued according to NEP5 ownership. Porting of the SDK to support native blockchain. Storage nodes will start being rolled out to public, so that anyone can take part of the Phantasma network.
Phantasma Digital Commerce will be released to showcase how to do more complex logic with the programmable blockchain gates.
A service to discover Phantasma dApps will be created from point, forward, once the third-parties developer support has reached critical mass.
Phantasma video streaming will be released to showcase how to do a dApp dealing with heavy data loads.