NEO has recently launched Poly Networks - together with Ontology and Switcheo. As far as I understand it, it enables the communication with Ethereum, Cosmos and Bitcoin’s blockchains.
Can anyone share some insights into how this differs from other interoperability protocols?
I think Poly Networks is a pretty big deal and wasn’t adequately introduced (read: hyped) in the market.
Neo Smart Economy on Twitter: We have invited some important guests for an AMA session on Reddit regarding Neos recent partnership and future plans with BSN
Long ago Effect.ai decided to swap their token from NEO to EOS and a swap site to change the token was made available. Now it is closed and they state that NEO nodes are down and that's why that swap can't be done.
They say that it's NEO's fault, does anyone know anything about it? I've been somewhat disconnected from crypto news for some time and don't totally understand what is happening.
Thanks in advance!
I'm thinking it might be a good entry point, although I will probably wait for a pullback before buying.
Neo collaborates with Switcheo and Ontology to launch Poly Network a new tokenless and heterogeneous interoperability protocol - Neo News Today
Switcheo-Tradehub staking start in the next hours just waiting for Binance and Zilliqa validators stakes before the begin of a beautiful ride. Enjoy guys. (Neoeconomy support)
If you're using neo-cli, remember to also grab the latest plugin versions that you wish to use (e.g. ImportBlocks for bootstrap). You can get the latest bootstrap package from NGD here. Note that there are changes to the protocol.json (C#) and protocol.mainnet.yml (Go) respectively, don't forget to check that these are correct when you update.
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