Recently I was on medium.com and learned about a new project that started in May 2018 called Credify, an EOS project. In researching and reading more about the project, I started to notice that the project and  token (CreD) shared a lot of similarities with Scatter and its RIDL token. Based on the information in their white paper and on the website, it appears to be a professionally ran project with a strong development team. The website is very professional looking, and its team of executives and consultants are impressive. You can read more about the white paper and project details on their official website: https://credify.one/

The difference to me, as a non-technical EOS user, is that Scatter and RIDL token, has delivered on EOS and their dApps have been widely adopted by EOS. Currently Credify does not have a working dApp, and they appear to be working on their roadmap with a planned opened Beta for sometime in December 2018.

If you’re a EOS blockchain aficionado then you already have heard about Scatter what platforms thay have delivered to the community-so far.  All one has to do is check out any of these platforms; Scatter Classic, Scatter Mobile, and Scatter Desktop, to see all the constant development updates being pushed out onto EOS.  With Scatter and RIDL, we have a working dApp that can provide the user with the abilities to give and get reputation, and receive warnings/notices before the user interacts with an untrusted websites or malicious applications.

In my opinion, Scatter has already planted its reputation flag on the EOS hilltop. The Scatter development team has continued to create, innovate, and deliver topnotch support for EOS, such as its recent update to Scatter Desktop which allows integration for the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet.   If Credify wants to compete with Scatter they need to meet, or better yet, raise the bar on what we have with Scatter. For now all we can do is wait and see what Credify actually delivers.   Only then will we be able to make a comparison between the two dApps true performance and features.

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  1. Conceptskip

    Interesting find, but if they dont even have a MVP ready, this is just going nowhere. By end of the year, there will be a tight infrastructure (inluding some mobile wallets) in place, so no room for any newcomer.

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  2. John

    It’s amzing that we hear about new projects everyday that have been in works for some time. Why are they not getting their name out in the community to build a base? Doesn’t take much, just get in telegram and get on a few of the YouTube shows.

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