ElphyreCoin, the open-source funding coin, was originally a Bytecoin fork. After a while, it's network started to get rough. LithyRiolu, a core developer for The Lithe Project, contacted Citizen7, the founder of ELPH, in regards to a bounty. After an extensive discussion, it was better decided that ElphyreCoin should reset its network but hold a premine for the networks' previous miners and after a short while, the network was rescued and stable.
AmityCoin, now a fork of Nerva (XNV), is a longevity privacy coin. The current lead developer, Matt Hooftly, is a member of the Lithe Discord server and has been known to help Lithe as well as other communities like Nerva, TurtleCoin and many others. LithyRiolu, a core developer for The Lithe Project, has made a few PR's and helpful, sometimes minor, commits to AmityCoin's blockchain codebase and its other projects via GitHub.
Lithe aims to study the best practices of the fiat world and work towards developing products to be user-friendly for the people. We know one minor problem between cryptocurrency and normal people and that is it is like Voodoo to them. Lithe will change that so it will allow anyone and everyone the ability to use and benefit from it. Because we want everyone to eventually be using Lithe, we are adapting for longevity.
TurtleCoin's Nest GUI was a popular GUI wallet for the TurtleCoin network before a broken element left the GUI
faulty. LithyRiolu, a core developer for The Lithe Project, had already opened a PR on GitHub to replace the use
had fixed the issue for himself, by forking Nest as a base for another unique GUI, he contacted a couple of
TurtleCoin's developers and the old PR was updated to include the fix to restore the Nest GUI.
The Lithe Project's first created application is DecentraChat, a P2P chatting application written in Go. It is launched on a dedicated port of your choice and each port is a separate chatroom so, in theory, there is over 50,000 private chat rooms to choose from. As well as being able to send messages to other peers, you can also send files of unlimited size to each other.
To help develop awareness to CryptoNote projects, The Lithe Project have curated an awesome list which will hopefully help users and developers discover software. This list is full of open source projects and anybody can contribute to the list.
The Lithe Project is completely funded by the team and community donations. We would kindly ask you to consider donating to our project to help fund a few things that would help us achieve the main goals in which money is the brick wall.