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Well, Aleo is the best new privacy-themed crypto-project, it has a fantastic future indeed.
Aleo was born from a desire to achieve the impossible — to build a user experience on the web that is both truly personal and truly private. — that`s what is said on their website
The big projects, that are solving key problems are always the best. Aleo is a 💎GEM;
Today we get more and more gems , so this is a true one, classic easy genius investition.
Aleo is the first platform to offer fully private applications.
Aleo achieves this by leveraging decentralized systems and zero-knowledge cryptography to protect user data on the web. At its core, Aleo offers users and application developers unbounded compute with absolute privacy.
By architecting Aleo as a blockchain that is private-by-default, open-source, and built for the web, we believe Aleo is uniquely positioned to address the shortcomings of blockchain adoption. With Aleo, users have access to a world of truly personalized web services without giving up control of their private data.
They have an Ambassador program, so you might want to participate in it :
📝 Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeosVpsV1xffD-📝EG3VQrQbR2Wmsj4H0VqvD2x5wdhl3PuYE3g/viewform
🏆TEAM: I found no info on this
Here`s the pucture with all information you need to know about this :
Here you can see more info about the subj on the crunchbase.
Their twitter has a significant score on coinsguru, that mean that much crypto-influencers support the project!)
A16z — one of the best founds
🏡 | Website ~ https://www.aleo.org/
📅 | Community Calendar ~ https://www.aleo.org/community/calendar
🐦 | Twitter ~ AleoHQ ~ https://twitter.com/AleoHQ
🐙 | GitHub ~ https://github.com/AleoHQ
📺 | YouTube — https://www.youtube.com/c/AleoHQ
📄 | Developer Documentation ~ https://developer.aleo.org/
🎮 | Leo Playground ~ https://play.leo-lang.org/
🔎 | Aleo Block Explorer ~ https://www.aleo.network/
✍️ | Community Blog ~ https://medium.com/@AleoHQ
📣 | Announcements Blog ~ https://www.aleo.org/blog