How to build a decentralized chat platform using bitcoin and Slack
In the age of Bitcoin, Slack has been a favorite of cryptocurrency miners.
Slack’s decentralized chat service, Slack for bitcoin, has been on the market for months and the company recently raised $1.8 million in venture capital funding.
The funding comes as a part of Slack’s commitment to open source.
Slack has recently announced it will be launching its own open source operating system, called Slack for Android, in 2018.
The company’s announcement also marks the launch of a new Slack client, which will allow users to easily create and manage their own Slack channels.
Slack users will be able to manage their accounts using a simple Android app called Slackbot.
The new Slack bot will be the first Slack bot to be made available to Android developers.
The app will be a fully-featured version of the Android app, so users will have access to more than 1 million channels in addition to their existing chats.
Slackbot will allow developers to create and maintain chatbot bots, which can be used to make personal and professional announcements.
Slackbots will be free, but the company says they will have a price tag that ranges from $0.10 to $0