But wouldn't it be somewhat easy to implement cloud computing? Hosts already rent out unused hard drive space so wouldn't it be easy to implement a function in which a host can rent out their processing power?
If you want to develop android app you need to have basic knowledge in JAVA and should get app development knowledge.
You can get training from reputed android training institutes to get excel in app development.
If you have good programming skills want to develop a basic app follow the below steps. In addition, I want to suggest few android app development learning resources.
Steps to develop basic app:
This is not down to earth process to create an outstanding app, rather every developer with basic knowledge of some coding languages like JAVA, C, C++ can do this.
So if you wanted to create an app out of your ideas, then here is the quick and simple guide which helps you to build your won android app guide in less time. Follow the simple steps and for sure you can earn handsome amount with the creative app which you have curated.
Prerequisites of android app development:
If you want to create a basic android app, you should have basic knowledge in coding languages like JAVA, C, C++
i) Concept/idea to showcase or implement your app
ii) System specifications to check:
The following are the required software requirements which you need to install if you are not having before you start creating the app. Doesn’t have!
“Download and install the both Java tool Kit and Android Studio”
First, we need to install Java Jdk, because android studio will select automatically jdk path.
Ok that brought up seed/password and unlocked wallet,now its just spinning and says scanning blockchain for hours now,and im at 66% on the syncronizing for last 4 days.But at least my wallet is unlocked,I am a little concerned with making a transfer of a large amount just to lose them from a glitch.
It is too early to target businesses (missing features/present bugs),
and it is too early to target the masses. At present more development/work is focused on the renters side, so a more performant and user friendly version will come soon.
It makes no sense to market broadly a product that is incomplete and an average new user will find that out pretty quick.
Then it will be much harder to convince the disappointed user to come back and try once more.
@Unit22 I am not sia, but I think that approach of partnering is a better way than trying to fix some little solution stand alone. I hope SIA will be the back bone of decntralized storage with good bridiges and integrations to 3rd parties for two reasos; to boost demand for storage and to have the better user experience combindng this ability with already proven solutions eg in the streaming area - could be back up solutions as well, could be file sharing solutins too.
SC may be worth shit when the miner hits the market.
It could and should if the network isn't better than now from both (renter and hoster) sides. Regardless of ASIC existence.
I don't believe the development will stall for the coming months so I'm sure the network state, demand for storage and profitability for hosters will go up.
From my point of view the coin price should be depending more on the offer/demand relation for storage and less on mining. That's where Sia differs from most of other cryptocurrencies. As long there is substantially less demand for coins used to rent storage as there are mined coins I see no reason for a big rise in price for the coin.