Neo Global Development (NGD) released its monthly report for December 2019, a month which included highlights such as Neo’s joint meetup and workshop in Vietnam with TomoChain, significant improvements to the NeoVM, and product releases from community developer groups Neo St. Petersburg Competence Center (NeoSPCC) and Alienworks.

NEXT participated in NGD’s English Neo Live, an Ask Me Anything (AMA) style community event that takes place on the official Neo Telegram channel. NEXT founder, Edison Chen, joined the AMA to discuss the NeoLine wallet, support for services and functionality, NEXT’s goals for 2020, and the upcoming launch of Endorsit on Neo.

NGD Seattle head, John deVadoss, was included in an overview of industry experts’ opinions on cryptocurrency and blockchain in 2019.

NNT Catch Up

NeoLogin CTO, Albert Acebron, was the most recent guest on the NNT podcast. In the episode, Acebron discusses his move from Ethereum to Neo, experiences in the ecosystem, how NeoLogin works, the next steps for the project, and more.

NEXT recently updated its NeoLine mobile wallet to v1.3 for Android and v1.5.1 for iOS, which incorporates information columns for news feeds, a decentralized application browsing section, and other functions into the app.


January 6th, Jarvis+ released its fortnightly report, which highlights its 2019 year in review and added newsletter distribution functionality to the Xiaojia instant messaging robot.

January 6th, Guardian Circle co-founder, Mark Jeffrey, announced he will present at Crypto Blockchain Plug in Inglewood, CA, at 7:00 pm (UTC-8) on Wednesday, January 15th. Attendees that have downloaded the Guardian Circle application will receive GUARD tokens for participating.

January 7th, Alphacat released its fortnightly report, which highlights research on “newly developed artificial intelligence algorithms” and the addition of three new applications to the ACAT Store, raising the total to 110 listings.

January 8th, Moonlight performed a contract migration following the discovery of an exploit in its NEP-5 token. At 3:00 pm UTC on January 7th, the Moonlight team was notified by community leaders of “unusual transactions” occurring against the LX token contract. Shortly after that, Moonlight executed a script migration using its CICD workflow to patch the issue.

January 8th, Nash exchange paused LX trading, canceled all open orders, and requested Nash users withdraw their LX tokens from trading contracts.

January 9th, Switcheo listed the updated Moonlight smart contract following a recent contract migration following a bug.

January 9th, NEO support was added to the NOWPayments platform, which seeks to offer merchants the ability to accept online payments in a wide variety of cryptocurrencies.

January 9th, Bridge Protocol updated its browser extension, which includes added support for third-party/custom claim types, updated blockchain publishing UI, added blockchain claim hashed value publishing, added blockchain claim unpublishing, and added ability to delete verified claims.

January 10th, Guardian Circle CEO, Mark Jeffrey, participated in a fireside chat with LinkedIn and Hub co-founder Eric Ly.

January 10th, Novem announced it has received regulatory clarification from the Financial Market Authority (FMA) of Liechtenstein, stating the NNN gold-backed token is a utility and not a security.

January 11th, TranslateMe released an update to its Telegram translation MVP for Android, which now rewards users for using the translation service. Additionally, the TranslateMe team has grown with the new hire of Ravneet Punia, an expert in machine translation.

January 12th, Alchemint released its monthly report for December 2019, which highlights a major withdrawal in SNEO collateralized and total SDUSD issued.

Token Listings

LX re-listed on Switcheo.

NEO listed on SWFT Platform.


January 16th: John deVadoss, head of NGD Seattle, to participate on Neo Live via Telegram.