Neo Global Development (NGD) released the June 2020 Neo Global Monthly Report. Highlights from the June report included Neo’s joining of the InterWork Alliance, the upgrade of Neo’s TestNet to neo-cli v2.10.3-neox-preview1, various milestones from community developer groups, plus more.

NGD Seattle announced the preview release of the Visual Token Designer VS Code extension on the Visual Studio Marketplace. It is intended to provide a sandbox environment for the creation or modification of artifacts and tokens within the Token Taxonomy Framework. In the preview release, users can create their own token formula by drag and dropping token bases, behaviors, and property sets from the initial group of artifacts in the taxonomy.

Neo co-founder, Da Hongfei, delivered a keynote speech for the Unitize virtual conference, where he outlined his vision for the next-generation internet (NGI). In the presentation, Da expanded upon five pillars that he believes will characterize the NGI and how they address current horizontal isolation and vertical friction issues. A recording of the presentation can be found here.

The ThreeFold peer-to-peer cloud network added support for deploying Neo nodes. ThreeFold released a step-by-step guide for setting up a network and launching a node onto the ThreeFold grid.

NGD released an infographic comparing the NeoFS, Sia, Filecoin, and Swarm decentralized storage solutions based on Neo News Today (NNT) coverage.

NNT Catch Up

Novem participated in two AMA’s, where representatives answered questions regarding the benefits of holding a tokenized gold-backed asset, regulation compliance, gold ownership verification, incorporation in Liechtenstein, redeeming NNN tokens for physical gold, plus much more.


July 6th, Bridge released v3.0.2 of the Bridge Passport on the Google Play store, which was updated to estimate the “proposed” gas price instead of “safe” gas price to prevent slow transactions.

July 7th, O3 Labs announced the Mac version of its desktop app can be downloaded via the Apple Store.

July 8th, Nash deployed the latest version of its non-custodial exchange, which includes faster order book rendering, and the initial pieces of its new transaction engine and notifications subsystem.

July 8th, Nash announced the addition of a swap functionality to its mobile app – the first trading functionality in the Nash mobile wallet.

July 9th, QLC Chain COO, Susan Zhou, participated in a panel at the Global Telco Blockchain Summit in a session entitled, C-level insights: What are the benefits of blockchain and why is it the biggest opportunity for Telco Service Providers? In the panel, Zhou showcased QLC Chain’s DLT-based automated commercial layer.

July 9th, QLC Chain released a question and answer (Q&A) article in response to community requests for further information following its Q2 2020 report. The Q&A covered details about QLC Chain’s partnerships, integration of new technology into the QWallet, marketing strategies, and more.

July 10th, O3 Labs released v3.3.2 of its desktop app.

July 12th, Nash opened a community survey seeking product feedback from community members on its web app and mobile app. To incentivize participation, Nash intends to distribute 10 NEX tokens to 10 random users who complete both surveys.