Ethereum Classic’s development and accelerator organization, Ethereum Classic Labs took to Twitter to reveal their latest partnership. The organization is all set to collaborate with an invite-only community, iZbreaker in order to launch a decentralized application. The tweet read,
#EthereumClassicLabs Partners with iZbreaker to Build and Launch its New Platform on #EthereumClassic. #iZbreaker addresses the current gap in #SocialMedia for user-guided, relevant interactions that feel like real-life engagements. https://t.co/2uMwaO6jbB @iZbreaker #ETC $ETC
— Ethereum Classic Labs (@etclabs) August 28, 2019
iZbreaker is said to use developmental resources of ETC Labs along with its technical and marketing expertise on a new decentralized application.
The announcement was also confirmed by a blog post, in which the CEO and founder of iZbreaker, Count Erik Wachtmeister, suggested that the partnership will accelerate substantial connections all around the world, especially between globally influential people that include, artists, industry influencers, actors politicians and various others. He further said,
“After extensive due diligence, it is clear that ETC Labs and building on Ethereum Classic’s public blockchain is ideal to unleash the power of iZbreaker, achieving our goal of delivering a secure, user-guided discovery experience.”
Ethereum Classic Labs’ CEO, Terry Culver said that iZbreaker’s “unique approach” to build the community while retaining aspects like data sovereignty, integrity and security captured their attention. He also added,
“We were excited about the iZbreaker project and team from the beginning and thought it was an ideal fit for Ethereum Classic’s security, low transaction fees, and stability.”
iZbreaker shelters various features in its platform like the “use of proximity discovery, current modes, respective freemium access to a Lounge, and the invitation-only access to the Club.”
Furthermore, the platform will have to abide by Ethereum Classic’s smart contract, ERC-20.