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It’s been 18 months since Bancor’s Token Generation Event on June 12, 2017. Since then, the crypto markets have seen a number of soaring highs and tumbling lows. Yet the ethos among most serious blockchain development teams has remained the same: Keep calm and buidl on.
In recent weeks, the team shipped a redesign of the Bancor Web App, a precursor to the unified experience, which will enable decentralized conversions between Ethereum and EOS from a single interface. Meanwhile, early data from Bancor’s community currency pilot in Kenya showed a dramatic up-tick in adoption; various third-party projects embedded Bancor’s conversion functionality into their apps; and LiquidEOS rose to the #1 spot in the EOS Block Producer rankings.
Here’s the latest:
Web App Redesign
Bancor is deploying incremental updates to the Web App leading up to the unification of bancor.network (Bancor’s Ethereum-based Web App) and eos.bancor.network (Bancor’s EOS-based Web App). Once completed, users will be able to perform decentralized token conversions between Ethereum and EOS-based tokens in a single transaction (today, cross-chain conversions on Bancor require multiple steps).
The latest iteration includes a new menu and navigation:
And other new features including a customizable discover view on mobile which allows you to add and remove columns for easier token analysis:
View your token balances on the discover page simply by hovering on the icons in your “Holdings” column:
Let us know what you think of the updates in Bancor’s Telegram channel, and stay tuned for more UI updates in the coming weeks & months.
18 Months Live
To celebrate Bancor’s 18-month anniversary, the digital marketing specialists at Cyberius created an infographic showing Bancor’s progress to date.
The graphic includes Bancor’s major development milestones thus far, Bancor’s activities across the globe, and the latest stats on the Bancor Network:
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