GameStar Exchange GitHub is now public
GameStar Exchange is pleased to announce that we are now live on GitHub, the largest software development platform on the planet. GitHub is a web-based interface that employs Git, an open-source version control system that allows various individuals to make independent modifications to web pages at the same time. This is a huge step forward for GameStar Exchange, given the prominence and benefits of the platform.
GameStar Exchange is a prominent decentralized P2P trading platform where peer-to-peer traders may directly link their wallets to engage in the market. Based on Polkadot, GameStar aims to provide an efficient, secure, and profitable platform for global digital asset enthusiasts. To retain ownership over their assets and avoid the security concerns associated with centralized management, all transactions on the platform are safely housed and performed on smart contracts, with the private keys maintained by the owners themselves. Powered by its utility token $GMS, GameStar Exchange is your go-to trading place if you’re into gift cards, game items, and NFTs.
GitHub essentially uses an open-source version control system called Git to manage and host software development projects. Most developers choose Git over other version control systems because it offers a number of advantages over the alternatives, including efficient file storage and integrity protection.
Typically, developers frequently make several changes to the code when creating software or an application, issuing new versions both before and after the first formal release.
Version control systems are those that maintain track of these changes by keeping them in a central repository. As a result, developers can effortlessly collaborate by downloading a new version of the software, making changes, and uploading the most recent version.
These new modifications will also be available for all developers to view, download, and contribute to.
While Git is a command-line program, Hub is the center around which all Git-related activities revolve. Developers may also use this space to save their projects and network with others who share their interests.
GameStar x GitHub
Now that the exchange is live on GitHub, anybody interested in or passionate about GameStar Exchange can easily keep up with the platform’s progress. The risks of duplicative or conflicting work are also significantly reduced thanks to GitHub’s ability to allow several developers to collaborate on a single project at the same time, potentially decreasing production time as well.
Given how influential the GitHub community is, GameStar Exchange stands to get a significant amount of exposure and insight, unmatched by any other platform. Developments and changes to the GameStar project may be debated publicly thanks to the presence of millions of programmers and enthusiasts who download, examine, and assess each other’s work.
As a result, a large number of specialists will be able to offer their expertise and collaborate to propel the GameStar project forward. The platform also provides an all-in-one alternative to standard corporate security solutions by protecting code branches, validating signatures, and limiting access.
Check out GameStar Exchange on GitHub here.