Andreas Hassman Talks About Tezos.Blue And the ‘Showcase App’ for Tezos Building
During an interview with bitsonline, Andreas Hassman, who works on the tezos.blue project talked about how Tezos is moving forward and how the ecosystem continues to grow.
According to Hassman, Tezoz.blue is about enabling mainstream developers to connect to the blockchain and bring their products to the space. Additionally, he said that the Tezos ecosystem is not short of wallets.
Those interested in creative native Tezos applications can use tezos.blue and its development system. Everything is mobile and real-time without having users to run their own nodes.
Hassman explains that the tezos.blue wallet itself is meant to be the ‘showcase app’ for what developers and the team behind Tezos can build on the system. With tezos.blue it would be possible to connect with different talents and technical pioneers around the world. This would clearly have a positive impact on the audience.
He explained that,
“Decentralized structures can emerge in the society if these tools end up being helpful for the ecosystem. And this can have an effect in different areas, not only increasing the number of user per node.”
Later, Hassman was asked about the user experience on tezos.blue and the whole ecosystem. He said that it is necessary to create usable products for the public, something that would increase the value of the tokens used.
On the matter, he commented:
“This means seeing the technology through the user’s eyes, be it he ambitious developer with an idea or be it Grandma Moses. I don’t think we can take what we have and somehow pimp the user experience. It’s rather like drilling a tunnel from both sides. One side being the real world with its demands and the other side being opportunities for decentralized solutions.”
Andreas Hassman has also talked about how Delegation works. He explained that it is the same as creating a new account for users’ identities and delegating its balance at the same time. The tezos.blue app has a piece of code that is known as the Engine and takes care of all the communications with the network. It the system contacts the service layer int he cloud it then creates an operation from one of the nodes in a load-balanced pool, he explains.
The Engine asks for credentials in order to sign the operations. After it, if approved, the Engine decrypts the secret key. The operation then goes back through the engine to the node. Once it is confirmed on the chain it will send a push notification to the applicaiton. However, this process takes less than a second to be performed.
Talking about the future of the application and his own future, Andreas said that,
“The wallet will be receiving a new style and will be more resilient. Furthermore, he mentioned that a security audit is scheduled for the last part of the year.”
Moreover, he explained that they will be working in order to create standards among the community. This would clearly allow Tezos to continue to grow with products that complement with each other.
“About his future, he said that he would like to engage in deeper collaboration and transfer aspects of the system into creative experts.”