Why Turing Note? Because you asked for a full development operation suite designed for blockchain related projects. Turing Note is built upon free and open source softwares. We support open source blockchain projects by unlimited free use of Turing Note, (and please recommend us to your corporate friends so that we can continue to do so)(*).

(*) Turing Blockchain Cloud IDE is available at bulk discount rate

CHALLENGES IN BLOCKCHAIN PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

One of the more comprehensive ICO trackers, lists 902 crowdsales which took place in 2017. Of these, 142 failed at the funding stage and a further 276 have since failed, either due to taking the money and running, or slowly fading into obscurity. This means that 46% of last year’s ICOs have already failed. (This is written in March 2018).
In the wake of these failures are abandoned Twitter accounts, empty Telegram groups, websites 404 errors, and communities no longer tended. A digital graveyard, complete with metaphorical tumbleweed, characterizes the crop of 2017 that decided to take money and not deliver. Many raised zero; some raised a couple of thousand dollars; and a handful raised over $10 million. In each case, the end result was the same though: no Minimum Viable Product, no alpha release, and no contribution to the decentralized web for the betterment of humanity. (1)

(1) Excerp from https://news.bitcoin.com/46-last-years-icos-failed-already/

An additional 113 ICOs can be classified as “semi-failed”, either because their team has stopped communicating on social media, or because their community is so small as to mean the project has no chance of success. This means that 59% of last year’s crowdsales are either confirmed failures or failures-in-the-making.

Some of these projects failed not because of technical incompetence but from ineffective collaboration between project team members and the failure to communicate with community project stackholders, reach agreements and make progress.

ONE CLICK TO CODE BLOCKCHAIN

Dynamic smart contract built-in (roadmap)

Using Turing Note, project stakeholders can release funds to developers automatically and dynamically based on development progress, milestones, activity volume or performance.

Instantly develop dapps

So easy with a pre-configured blockchain development environment waiting for you in a private cloud. A full-node blockchain takes average 2 days to download, with other SDK and API libraries installations, blockchain development environment preparation will cost a couple days. More due to the inevitable issues during installing that requires troubleshooting attempts.

Achieve harmony between developer and community

We provide an environment for blockchain developers to focus on your visionary white paper criteria while tracking new blockchain development trends to improve projects over their lifetime.

Reward smart contract built-in (roadmap)

Turing Note rewards participants and provides the tools needed for open source projects (whether blockchain or not) to cultivate blockchain innovation.

ICO contributors see their money at work

Turing Note provides the long sought after proof of delivery for blockchain projects that have raised money. Project stakeholders now can witness visually appealing development progress reports updated in near real-time as developers progress on the code.

Seamlessly integrating into your favorite workflows

Seamlessly integrating into your favorite workflows

STATUS: ALPHA RELEASES

Turing Blockchain Cloud IDE

A cloud interactive development environment with preconfigured full-node blockchain environments

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Turing Project

Scrum, Kanban taskboard and issue tracking with integrations to other Turing products

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Turing Streaming

Community and public group communication

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Version Control

Source code management with integrations to other Turing products

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Q&A

A public question and answer with built-in reputation system

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Turing Board (soon)

A visual private and public collaboration method for teams to communicate with communities.

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