New Distributed Tool Helps Developers Create Software in Minutes, Pays in Bitcoin


By Coinivore

Developing useful and secure software is a long slog, but a new tool aims to simplify the process so anyone can quickly create custom software and get paid in bitcoin.

“Imagine a world where software can be created in minutes – where developers create complex tools and systems without hand-coding a single line, and where software development is affordable and accessible to all.

This may sound like the plot of a science-fiction movie, but Australia-based technology company Code Valley has been working to create this reality for over a decade. Now, after extensive internal development, they are ready to give us an exclusive preview of the coming software revolution.” Code Valley stated in a recent press release.

Their lofty ambitions of a peer-to-peer software engineering system were first announced in a 2015 white paper:

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Code Valley users pay for software builds with Bitcoin, the peer-to-peer money system used to make quick, secure, verifiable payments over the internet. Their new online tool called the Pilot promises to significantly reduce the time that it takes to create useful software.

“Emergent Coding automates software development itself, in order to empower individuals and businesses to create custom programs with ease. Code Valley enables a future powered by a synergistic marketplace, where each expert in a swarm of millions completely controls his or her own destiny, enjoying unlimited earning potential from selling designs over and over again.”

“Emergent Coding” is an automated software development and distributed hive compiler system explained in the video below:

“Instead of writing source code, with Code Valley you submit designs created directly in the browser,” founder and CEO Noel Lovisa explained. “You receive payment each and every time anyone uses your design contributions.”

According to their press release, Emergent Coding provides software creation with:

  • Usability enabling anyone to make custom software
  • Greater efficiency
  • Unprecedented speed
  • Unlimited developer income potential
  • No runtime dependencies
  • Endless applicability
  • Better security
  • Effective quality testing
  • Total privacy

The inner workings of this innovative decentralized system is explained in more detail in the video below:

If this system is as powerful as it claims, it seems that early adopters will make a nice income from it.  Request an invite to participate here.