Code Valley introduces platform to allow developers to easily earn bitcoin

At this moment in time, there are dozens of developers willing to accept bitcoin as a form of payment, but due to the current structure of the market, many of them continue accepting fiat for their work.

This is about to change, thanks to a project created by Code Valley. To put things better into perspective, developers willing to try out the platform will be enabled to contribute to various software projects, retail their intellectual property over it, and proceed to earn bitcoin in return for each contribution, thus creating what’s known as the world’s first automated market for software.

What’s even better is that the platform is fairly easy to use as well. With this in mind, developers can go ahead and create their vendor, which consists of a program that works as a virtual, automated assistant. Once this is done, when the assistant is contracted, the program will carry out the developer’s decisions for them.

If in demand, the program can pave the path for the developer to contribute to various software projects, thus allowing him to earn a constant stream of bitcoin. In a recent press statement, Noel Lovisa, the founder of Code Valley mentioned that: “We can now have programs designed and built by the world’s foremost experts at every level of abstraction. This technology dispenses with formal runtime interfaces and uses no glue-logic whatsoever, making it the first development process of its kind capable of approaching optimal software solutions. Current methods will find it difficult to not only keep up on the productivity front, but will be hopelessly outclassed on a technical front as well, making this technology very competitive indeed.”

Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you personally think about Code Valley’s new platform? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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