Member App, Based on BCH’s Blockchain, Allows For Censorship Resistant Messages
Member App – Facilitating The Sending Of Geographical Locations Over The BCH Network
Users of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network can now send censorship resistant messages associated with particular geographic locations using the newly-introduced Member platform. Since the BCH network was upgraded, developers have been creating multiple applications to take advantage of the improved capacity of the data carrier. Some of the notable additions include Blockpress, Chainfeed and Memo.cash. Nonetheless, the Member platform has perhaps been the most outstanding among the new entrants in the BCH network.
As mentioned earlier, Member facilitates the sending of messages that look like memos to any location across the globe. Fundamentally, a user can tag their geographical coordinates when sending funds via the BCH network. The Member message is meant to last forever. According to the solution’s website, Member is a software based on the client/server architecture. The site further states that users can choose their preferred client and server separately. For instance, they might for a client with superior specifications and a server located in their vicinity.
So far, the Member application has wowed several BCH enthusiasts, with some issuing ideas on how the service can be improved to provide a better experience. Also, some users were enthralled by the integration of the Open Street Map protocol, to the BCH network by the Member platform. To access the messages that have already been sent over this service, the user can navigate through the Member Map.
Upon scrolling, it is evident that most of the memos represent the name of physical business outlets. Thus, many speculate that this platform can be an alternative way of advertisement, especially because it charges affordable fees.