Christened after the largest lizard on earth, the Komodo network focuses on empowering users with freedom through blockchain technology as per the whitepaper and features its coin, KMD.
On freedom, the project particularly zones in on enabling the blockchain entrepreneur and the average cryptocurrency investor, with its foundation pillar being security. The project claims to provide a unique and innovative form of security as strong as the Bitcoin network at a meager cost.
Komodo further enables users to trade over 95% of the cryptocurrencies in existence with each other (P2P), more like a decentralized exchange, by relying on the underlying concept of “atomic swap.” Komodo also allows developers to build DApps on the network or launch their apps as long as they conform to Komodo’s security requirements.
Number of Contributors
Komodo is an open-source network with a multichain architecture that gives developers complete freedom to build as long as the essential connections to the Kodo ecosystem remain.
Developers pivot on a unique combination of Smart Chain technology and the Antara framework to ‘build anything’ on the Komodo network. As earlier stated, since Komodo acts like a DEX, too, users can also set up and use an AtomicDEX-enabled environment using an AtomicDEX API.
Number of Issues
As per Github, the Komodo platform currently has 222 repositories, with six being the most popular. ‘AtomicDEX-Desktop’ is the most visited, with most developer activity noted here. Presently, the repository has 100 open issues, with 500 having been closed so far. In total, 10pull requests remain open on this repo’s master, with devs having closed 1104.
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Number of Commits
Komodo features one of the most vibrant developer communities deriving from the level of GitHub activity. For example, the Atomic DEX repo has received 9,236 commits to master since launch. In the past 30 days alone, two authors have pushed five commits to Master andsix6 commits to all branches. Additional three files have changed, and there have been 121 adds and one deletion.
On the other hand, the official Komodo source code repository has received 32,302 commits, and while 226 commits are happening, 27 remain unattended.
Number of Releases
There have been a dozen releases on Komodo’s platform, with each repo receiving a handful of upgrades to boost the network’s war chest.
The Komodo repo has so far the highest number of releases at 68+. The latest release is the ‘Komodo 0.7.1 [Hydra]’, which aims to refactor the previous version and update the dead DNS seed, among other enhancements.
The AtomicDEX-Desktop repo has received over 21 releases. The most recent is ‘AtomicDEX v0.5.5 beta’, an enhancement that brings improved pie chart appearance and login page appearance, among other improvements to the AtomicDEX trader interface.
See other releases on the Komodo platform here.
Number of Forks
Thousands of forks occurred on the Komodo platform. So far, Komodo has the highest number of forks at 1.9k, followed by the AtomicDEX API at 184 forks. While the forks could take place directly to existing repos, they could also point at those repos’ branches.
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