“Look Out NEO 3.0” Update to be Released During the 2nd Seattle DevCon Says Co-Founder
Finally, there’s some good news for all those who had invested in NEO, the once-revered Chinese Ethereum. NEO, the 13th largest coin, was once dubbed the next big thing and had every reason to be one, at least in China where the authorities had banned a host of crypto projects.
However, when it experienced a sudden drop in prices in 2018, most of its followers, traders and adherents got worried. The onchain technology that had earned it a reputation as a regulator-friendly cryptocurrency couldn’t salvage its dwindling status.
About NEO’s 2nd Seattle DevCon
In the wake of these happenings, the coin’s development team is embarking on a project that would possibly be out by early 2019. Further details of this upcoming version, called NEO 3.0, will be announced during the 2nd Seattle DevCon slated for 16th and 17th February 2019. Expected to grace the event are some of the leading brains in the industry, scholars, and specialists are drawn from the largest brands in the technology sector.
Lots of challenging tasks ahead for the NEO 3.0 development, NEO is calling for talented developers and students to join #NEODevCon2019. Submit your request on Github, #NEO is offering you free tickets upon review.
Detail instruction via the link: https://t.co/k9oER93xiJ pic.twitter.com/3KS4uozqZW
— Neo Smart Economy (@NEO_Blockchain) January 29, 2019
NEO DevCon 2019 will bring together a host of enthusiastic crypto developers and ardent contributors who will use the conference to showcase their contributions. They will also speak about the various areas of application of the coin, including any significant happenings on its DApp-oriented platform. Other than that, founders of this cryptocurrency will use the occasion to reveal their blueprint and what they aim to achieve in the future.
Free Tickets For Students And Future Developers
Students and talented developers can also attend the event using the 50 free tickets on offer. All they’ll have to do is to submit a request via Github for review. This can be seen as a marketing strategy expected to showcase this project in the West where it’s largely unknown.
Co-Founder Couldn’t Divulge Information About The Conference
The project’s co-founder, Erik Zhang was unwilling to reveal the finer details of the conference, only saying that further announcements would be made once it kicks off. However, it’s highly likely that his sentiments don’t relate to the upcoming NEO 3.0 update.
It appears that this time around, NEO seems committed to making a name in the crypto industry by merit. The sheer level of expertise and commitment that the PR team has exhibited plus the state-of-the-art technology it’s investing in says it all.
It will be a totally new version, designed for large enterprises. Some of its new features are the ability to guarantee a bigger TPS, expanded smart contracts-oriented APIs and improved pricing models, among other features. And this is further supported by Zhang’s sentiments that seemingly allude to his confidence on the update being remarkable in the project’s history.