With over 1 million location-verifying beacons already in the world, XYO is blockchain's first crypto-location oracle network. The XY Oracle Network ("XYO Network") allows developers and smart contract creators to interact with the real world as if it were an API.
Q4 2017 - XY’s Blockchain-Based Oracle Network Is Born
Development of moving the internal XY location network platform to an open blockchain implementation begins: the XY Oracle Network is born.
Q1 2018: XY Mints “XYO Tokens” to Be Used For Smart Contracts to Access the XYO Network
The XYO Token is created and represents the official currency to be used throughout the entire XYO Network.
Q! 2018 - Public Token Sale to Begin
The Public Token Sale is scheduled to launch on March 20, 2018 and to conclude on May 20, 2018.
Q2 2018 - XY to Complete XYO on Test Network (”XY TestNet”)
XY will complete the development of the XY Oracle Testnet and begin rolling out its location-focused blockchain protocol to its Sentinel devices.
Q3 2018 - XY to Launch XY Oracle Main Network (”XY MainNet”)
XY will issue a complete roll out of the XY Oracle Network to XY its Sentinel beacons and start tests with new Sentinel partners (specifically IoT companies and mobile app developers).
Q3/Q4 2018 - XY to Complete API for Smart Contract Developers to Interact With the XY Oracle Network
Q3/Q4 2018 - XY to Release XY Sticker-Based Trackers, Which Can Be Added to eCommerce Packages
Launch the low-cost XY Sticker product which enables eCommerce retailers to track every single one of their products in realtime.
2019 - XY to Grow Global Network of Diversified Location Sentinel Devices
Grow coverage of XY Sentinels (location data providers and verifiers) as well as other components of the XY Oracle Network (Bridges, Archivists, Diviners).
2019 - XY to Onboard Larger Businesses, Organizations and Retail Companies That Have Use-Cases for Location Verification
Formalize business partnerships with enterprises and larger entities, which can benefit from a decentralized, trustless location oracle (e.g. logistics systems, supply chain companies, auditors, eCommerce businesses and countless other niches).