Despite the booming token market based on its technology, ethereum isn't deviating from its stated goal of becoming a "world computer."
In a move that showcases developers are still prioritizing the creation of so-called distributed applications (dapps), a new version of Mist, the original browser designed for ethereum apps, made its debut at Devcon today. Demoed at the Cancun conference, Moon, or Mist-light, is a browser-based rewrite of the software meant to perform similar tasks to the desktop version, though in a way that doesn't require downloading.
Much like Mist, Moon isn't only a browser, it provides an interface for dapp development.
Users can visit an app, safely fork or edit the code, and changes are updated real time on the webpage. This development code is hashed, and then it's shareable, and anyone can plug it into their own Moon browser.