January 2022 General Monthly Report

Migration and exchange news

  • Atomic Wallet announced support for the NEO N3 token.
  • The NEO N3 token performed well in a BYBIT community listing poll and is now listed in BYBIT’s derivatives market.
  • The Gate.io custodial exchange listed the Flamingo Finance FLM token with immediate support for deposits and withdrawals. Additionally, the OKEx custodial exchange migrated to support FLM N3 deposits and withdrawals. OKEx no longer supports Neo Legacy transactions.
  • The GhostMarket GM token was listed on the Flamingo Finance and Pancake Swap non-custodial exchanges, the MEXC custodial exchange, the CoinMarketCap tracking platform, and the Vulkania blockchain data aggregation website.
  • NeoBurger’s bNEO token was listed on the DeFi Llama website, an aggregator for protocols denoted by total value locked.

Community engagement

  • The Metaverse Alliance announced winners of the 2021 Metathon hackathon, where Neo sponsored a grant.
  • A Metathon panel discussion with Neo’s John Wang and other thought leaders about Cross-Chain Asset Transfer is available here.
  • Congratulations to Neo community developer, Robert Oschler, who won second place in the SocialFi category with his Neo3D project.

Ecosystem growth

  • Completed migration of FLM minting to Neo N3
  • Listing on Gate.io and OKEx custodial exchanges, as noted above
  • A Neoverse Phase 2 blindbox giveaway
  • An article about the tiering system for the first IDO on the Flamingo Finance platform
  • Creation of a new pool including GhostMarket’s GM governance token, FLP-FLM-GM
  • Announcement of support for NEON Wallet
  • Announcement of its first charity auction, an NFT auction to support flamingo research
  • Launched a community rewards campaign
  • Listed its governance token on the Flamingo Finance and Pancake Swap non-custodial exchange platforms, the MEXC custodial exchange, the CoinMarketCap tracking platform, and the Vulkania blockchain data aggregation website, as noted above

Developer group highlights

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