TODAQ Press News Roundup: GOTO, the first TODA product shipping with IBM next month
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After some long months of intensive deep tech R&D, building product, lining up customers and developing the IBM partnership we come back with major news.
Back during the summer we signed our agreement with IBM to onboard products to the Red Hat Marketplace and IBM Cloud. That then led to some intensive collaboration between us, IBM Global Business Services, Red Hat, and some very disruptive tech and product partners that we will be introducing next week. Along the way we sat down with multiple customers and built a very strong pipeline with millions of end users for the first killer product launching next month, GOTO, which secures unforgeable identity, credentials and ownership of assets.
GOTO turns every device and system it enables into a P2P node that doesn’t need to speak to a centralised API or platform to do its work. Consequently within the product roadmap it will be necessary to introduce P2P payment capability as well that can efficiently handle micro-payments and flow-through distribution of payments and royalties without transaction fees, whether using TODAized currencies or TDN. That step is coming and is easily supported by the underlying protocol, but right now we remain laser focused on getting GOTO to market.
All of this was made possible after five years & thousands of R&D hours, that enabled the TODA Protocol to achieve full decentralisation and enable full asset portability and P2P interoperability between any systems, devices or blockchains without intermediaries, brokers or system integration. TODAQ investor ThreeD Capital’s CEO Sheldon Inwentash reflected on that journey when interviewed on disruptive tech, and TODAQ’s move with Identity, Access Management, the IBM partnership and the future of Web3.0.
Our thanks to all readers for following us on this Mars mission. We’ve also updated the website in preparation for commercial launch of GOTO and decentralised TODA open source ecosystem where you can get the latest on customers, product, and technology.
“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Winston Churchill, 1942.