Code, a Solana-based crypto wallet, has fully open-sourced its code.
This move will make Code one of the first Solana-based applications to completely open-source its application using the MIT License.
The MIT License enables users to copy software code and its associated files “as is,” meaning that anyone can now use, copy, modify and distribute Code’s software without limitation.
Tanner Philp, the chief operating officer of Code, told Blockworks in an interview that the MIT license is one of the most permissive licenses today.
“The Bitcoin code base is also an MIT license, so adhering to Satoshi’s vision, it is the most permissive and open license, and that’s what…
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