MyWish, a smart contract platform, recently discussed in its weekly development report its plans to enable smart contract creation on its EoS network. Since its report, the platform has already started to make headway. Once MyWish completes the project, this will make EoS the fourth blockchain on which contracts can be created. MyWish’s platform will operate alongside Ethereum, Bitcoin, and NEO.
While working on its project, MyWish has been improving its position as a smart contract builder. It provides services on three blockchains in fields catering to individuals, inheritance, marriage, and deferred payment contracts. The processes for these contracts can be managed through MyWish’s interface.
In terms of businesses, the platform offers token creation, crowdsale, airdrop contracts, and decentralized investment pools. There is a 2 ETH fee for each contract and the funds are then used by the team to purchase MyWish from exchanges.
To date, the platform has succeeded at creating 1,500 smart contracts and there are more being added every few weeks. The platform’s efforts have enabled it to achieve a market cap of $1.4 million and a token price of just under $0.08.
Those who follow MyWish posit that the platform’s adoption of EOS contracts will generate support from the EOS community. MyWish estimates that full implementation will take about two years. Further, given that the platform is recognized for its timeliness concerning deadlines, it is likely that it will meet its two-year projection.
In terms of the specifics of the project, the company has yet to identify the exact functionalities of the EOS contract builder. All that is known at this point is that the platform is working to create new uses for the EOS. As the team stated, “MyWish will definitely be the first contract builder for EOS.”
The platform is also turning to new marketing initiatives. Its marketing campaigns are targeted toward both the general public and the cryptocurrency community. The platform’s team members are also scheduled to speak at various conferences.