Neo3 promises to provide file storage and digital identity, though the demand is questionable.
In an open letter today to Neo community members, the Neo Foundation reflected on the past four years of activity and teased their plans for the future: Neo3, the third iteration of their smart contract-enabled blockchain, which will sport file storage and D-ID features.
Neo, the 22nd largest cryptocurrency by marketcap, has enjoyed a strong year, having successfully launched a cross-chain interoperability product in collaboration with Ontology and Switcheo.
Additionally the self-styled "Smart economy" platform's foray into the summer DeFi craze was similarly successful - the joint Binance and Neo effort Flamingo Finance peaked at over $1.5 billion TVL in their Mint Rush yield farming vault product.
In spite of their success with interoperability and DeFi, as the Foundation's letter turned to future developments they teased forthcoming features which would take Neo3 in a pair of surprising new directions: file storage and decentralized identity features named NeoFS and NeoID. The market has demonstrated a decidedly mixed appetite for file storage on the blockchain.
Filecoin, another data storage-centered product whose FIL token went live October 15th, rallied violently to the tune of 118%, prior to an equally savage dump of nearly 80% from all-time highs.
Digital identity blockchain products have also seen stymied adoption.
While identity on the blockchain presents a clear use case, no one project has yet broken mainstream.
"Together with vast new features and enhancements in system security and performance, Neo3 will surely become the ideal next-gen internet infrastructure for mass adoption."
Neo Foundation teases surprising Neo3 features: file storage and digital identity
에 게시 됨 Oct 17, 2020
by Cointele | 에 게시 됨 Coinage
This country will now buy state-mined Bitcoin to fund imports
The Irani government will now allow imports to be paid for using Bitcoin, as per a recent report in local publication ISNA. The move is the first-of-its-kind and marks an important milestone in Bitcoin's history.
Game review: Axie Infinity currently rules the Pay-to-Win-to-Earn roost
The Pokemon-inspired Axie Infinity has grown to become the number one nonfungible token, or NFT, game on the Ethereum blockchain, with over 7,000 on-chain active monthly users.
The company that coined the term 'hash rate' is not concerned about its recent decline
Bitcoin's hash rate is down on the year, though the price remains largely unaffected.
Germany's central bank is working on a blockchain project, but it's not a CBDC
Bundesbank seems to be coyly flirting with blockchain technology.