RHOVIT was created in 2012 by filmmakers who wanted to fix the system. Not just for film, but music, books, games...for all creators. The idea was to give artists all the power of a major platform but the freedom and profit of their own site. It was a better system but it wasn’t complete. In 2014 we sidelined the project. So why are we bringing it back now? Because of technology like Ethereum and the ability to complete what we started.
The next generation of the RHOVIT program web application server, which serves as the primary platform for content storage, delivery, and tracking, will maintain transport methods which allow fluid communication to and from the NEM network.
These are the questions we tried to answer in 2012 and we got part of the way. Technology is now letting us answer the rest. We‘re extremely excited to bring out the next generation of RHOVIT and work with the amazing team we’ve assembled, all of whom share our vision for what is possible.
Please stay tuned for future posts that delve into the how, why and inner workings of RHOVIT!