Cirus crossing the chasm with global first approach
With the year coming to a close and speculation between bull and bear, the road ahead for crypto is exciting, yet unknown. The traditional crypto enthusiast has seen a wealth of progress in DeFi, NFT’s and of course meme tokens. Regardless of innovation and underlying technology, one thing we know for sure is that all markets correct to the pathway of least resistance – user adoption. As seen in the dotcom bubble and now in crypto, placing an emphasis on reliable, user-friendly products becomes the differentiator between real and hype.
Cirus, a well-established crypto project taking the data industry by storm by developing an easy on-ramp to convert your data into digital currencies, is set to focus on a global first approach by placing the crypto community and retail (non-crypto-literate users) first. This exciting shift has taken place as Cirus has placed an emphasis on deploying a hardware device, replacing a WiFi router in homes. The business-to-business strategy kicked off with a focus on ISPs and deployment in specific global regions. While the strategy is still underway, the time to market is impeded by factors such as chip shortages and the regional nature of rollouts. The development of the Cirus Web Extension removes the friction of all of these factors and places an emphasis on accessibility for everyone right away.
Cirus Pivoting Roadmap to Put Crypto Community First
Cirus is putting crypto users first with their web extension to enable data monetization from browsing activity. This exciting pivot, bringing this product to the front of the roadmap, will invite anyone to be a part of data ownership and cryptocurrency adoption. It enables anyone to download and start earning from day one and enjoy the benefits of the cryptoverse without changing their behavior.
While still developing on the business model and engagements with ISPs, this update will enable a global-first approach to accessing the Cirus Platform as a gateway into WEB3
How the Move by Cirus Helps Push Crypto Adoption Forward
Every year it seems that the world of cryptocurrencies reaches a new frontier as the race to adoption continues. The first big explosion in the price of Bitcoin happened in 2017 and batted cryptocurrencies into the mainstream consciousness for the first time. 2019 and 2020 saw the birth and evolution of decentralized finance. This year, NFTs are stealing the show.
Each of the above trends speaks to what blockchain technology and decentralization should ultimately enable. Digital ownership. Ownership of your finances, your identity, and your intellectual property.
Cirus is pushing things forward because the project is focusing on giving you ownership of arguably the largest digital asset that you have. Your data.
Going Global to Make an Impact Right Away
The team behind Cirus has already tested hardware with the first Internet service provider to seize the opportunity, D-ViOS. The decision to release the Cirus Browser Extension first puts the opportunity to monetize data into the hands of the individual where it belongs and does so as soon as possible.
Genesis (the Cirus platform) is going through testing at the same time, and the Cirus wallet and other features that make up the Cirus ecosystem will follow.
The Cirus Foundation is looking to hit the ground running.
Cryptocurrency projects with impressive roadmaps are a dime a dozen, but very few projects do what they say they’re going to do. Cirus is achieving its milestones at warp speed in a way that few other projects can match. Just consider all the project has achieved since the end of the summer.
The Cirus token launched in August and KuCoin, a Tier 1 crypto exchange listed it meaning that users could now buy and sell the token. Couple that with a slew of strategic partnerships, a one-million device order from an ISP, the addition of key strategic advisors including the likes of former CEO of Apple, and Founder of Seagate, Finis Conner, and it’s obvious that the platform has a bright future ahead of it.
The momentum is building and the community is taking notice. At the moment, more than 100,000 people are on the waiting list to be the first to try the Cirus platform.
What’s Next for Cirus? What’s Next for Your Data?
The announcement that the Cirus Browser Extension is here is a bold move that releases the platform’s core product now and moves it to the front of the project’s roadmap. The best part is, users now get to enjoy immediate benefits as the team continues to build out more of the product and the backend infrastructure that goes with it. New features are going to be added to the platform incrementally.
By the time the calendar reaches the end of Q1 2022, users will be able to use the Cirus wallet, which means you can claim, swap, send, and receive your earned Cirus tokens, all driven from your data, it’s essentially found-money.
Eventually, the project will come full circle and release the Cirus Device which supercharges your earning ability by connecting to more digital inputs in one’s life, such as IoT devices at home), and a corresponding mobile app that will put the power of personal data monetization right under the user’s thumb.
It’s time to give you a new level of access and empowerment in the digital ownership economy and seamlessly bridge the gap for new users into crypto.
Disclaimer: This is a paid post and should not be treated as news/advice.