The Elastos network has yet another method of increasing its carrier node count: Kodi. Kodi is a free and open-source media player software application. Its customizable features allowed Cyber Republican Jimmy Lipham, developer extraordinaire, to create an app on the device to access the Elastos Carrier network.
Jimmy created a webpage called Peerjet. In his Christmas special video, he gives out the Peerjet plugins needed to enter on the Kodi device to run an Elastos carrier node. Jimmy has been exceptionally responsive to community members on Telegram, Twitter and Youtube with any sorts of questions or issues; if you’re interested in launching your own Elastos Carrier node, don’t be shy. Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication, Jimmy!
With the Smart TV Boxes and the future smart speakers, Kodi is the latest device to be added to Elastos’ “node in every home ” strategy. Elastos and the Cyber Republic are building a network with millions of hardware devices worldwide, and it’s happening fast.