This project was inspired by the many scandals and misuse of power by big corporations.
What it does
It gives you the power to control your online data and activities however you want.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Currently, there's been no major one.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Being able make state changes on-chain and on decentralized protocols/networks through the terminal in real-time was really cool.
What we learned
Among other things, we learnt more about governance on substrate chains.
What's next for Samaritan
Short term goals
- Build native access to the Crust storage layer inside the OS (the terminal and server)
- Provide applications and Samaritans alike with their own DIDs using the Kilt protocol
- Add an application to a Samaritan state and build a minimal structure for the app to access the Samaritan state.
- Revoke access to an application by submitting a transaction.
The web prototype is still in the first wave(there are three waves) which is yet to be complete. The second wave would focus on getting things correctly and loose coupling a lot of things. Then the third wave would focus on robustness. After the web MVP, we then go native.