CyberMiles has had a wonderful 2018 as they have been one of the most promising startups. They launched their MainNet on 15th of October and partnered up with many startups for their genesis validator program. They added an update to their wallet where anyone could make their own tokens and launch them by any name they fancy. Moving ahead with their updates, they released their own tools to develop dApps on CyberMiles easier. At the end of the year, they also launched their bounty program at Thanksgiving as a token of appreciation for their community members for supporting the project. Their “red packet” bounty program was a very successful scheme for their company as the winners were supposed to install the CM wallet, which in turn promoted adoption of their blockchain. Mark Brinkerhoff, the VP of communications of CyberMiles stated regarding the bounty program,
Its benefit for the foundation is to get those who receive the red packet to install our CMT Wallet in order to claim their CMT.
Showing strong ambitions for 2019 too, CyberMiles has recently released their plans for 2019. They recently tweeted the picture for their roadmap,
Commenting on their roadmap and the goals set for the current year, Dr. Michael Yuan, CyberMiles’ co-founder and chief scientist, seemed quite positive and was optimistic that the goals are pretty much achievable. According to him, if they are able to achieve the goals set by the company soon, they would become the biggest public blockchain platform in the world. He also believed that if CyberMiles could bring their partner’s users to CyberMiles they would be able to get millions of users and transactions, which would bring them to the top. Talking to BlockPublisher, he stated,
We have laid out an ambitious set of goals for 2019. If we can bring a fraction of our partner’s (5miles) 15 million users and $7 billion transactions on chain, CyberMiles will become by far the largest public blockchain application platform in the world. While our goals for 2019 are both ambitious and challenging, they’re well within the realm of possibility.
The goals set by CyberMiles for 2019 seem hard to achieve but not impossible. Only time will tell if CM can fight its way to the top of public blockchains.