HiveHub Web App Nears Launch

Already one of the Elastos tech stack’s most powerful web3 platform services, Hive has landed a major upgrade with the development of the HiveHub web app, courtesy of the Trinity Tech team. On the HiveHub web app, users can deploy their very own Hive nodes, and register the nodes on the Elastos Smart Chain (ESC). All registered Hive nodes are ERC721-compatible NFTs, and are displayed in aggregate on the official HiveHub website.

Via HiveHub’s dedicated website, Hive users in the Elastos ecosystem, may browse and select their favorite and most trusted Hive nodes to set up personal Vaults to store their application data. Users may also browse their Vault data from HiveHub’s website, and even back up and migrate their personal Vault data. The HiveHubofficial website is currently undergoing testing, and will be launched shortly.

HiveHub: Features at a Glance

At first launch, users can enjoy the following features on HiveHub:

  • Browse all public Hive Nodes and select one for personal application data storage
  • Use a DID to run a Hive Node and register it as an NFT for public viewing
  • Browse and monitor deployed Hive Nodes
  • Choose any Hive Node to create a maximum of 1 Vault for each registered DID
  • Browse and monitor personal Vaults
  • Back up Vault data or migrate it to another Hive Node

Hive in Action Across the Ecosystem

A number of Elastos ecosystem projects already leverage and rely on Hive’s decentralized data storage and management services, including:

  • Essentials (Super-Wallet)
  • Feeds (dApp)
  • Profile (Profession Platform)
  • Pasar (NFT Marketplace)
  • Elacity (Cloud City Metaverse Platform)

In addition to the above projects, Elabox also supports the deployment of Hive Nodes with the help of Carrier V2’s port penetration service.

What’s Next for HiveHub

In addition to conducting ongoing optimizations and stability tests, the Trinity Tech team is working on bringing new features and integrations to HiveHub. Integrating PricingPlan, a set of payment tools already implemented on Hive, is a major priority. Work is already underway to integrate PricingPlan on HiveHub so that subscription payment models can drive growth in Hive Vaults. In addition, the IPFS nodes will be used to develop and implement a Hive-native service that ensures the accessibility of NFT image data on Hive Vaults.

To keep up with the Trinity Tech team as they fine-tune HiveHub and expand its payment capabilities, stay tuned here on the official Elastos Info Blog.