Centrality monthly update -October 2020

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CEO Aaron McDonald shares key developments over the past month. To stay up-to-date on the progress of Centrality’s ecosystem, follow us on Twitter and our Telegram Announcements channel, plus join our community on Centrality’s Official Telegram, Instagram and Facebook.

It’s been a busy month for the Centrality ventures. Here is the latest news from CENNZnet, Centrapay, Sylo, Trackback, CentraPass and CarbonClick.

CENNZnet

The CENNZnet token swap contract has officially closed. Thanks to our dedicated community it has been a huge success with more than 831 million $CENNZ sent to the transition contract!

Our team are now busy minting the new CENNZnet native tokens as well as organising the transition for exchanges. This process is going really well and we are very focussed on ensuring that our exchanges have a smooth and seamless transition experience. Once the exchanges have added the new trading pair we will be able to announce an official return date for our token holders.

As promised, public staking is still on track to be delivered before Christmas this year. We are currently preparing some in-depth guides to explain the CENNZnet specific staking process and how you can get involved.

In other CENNZnet news, we have now pre-released API version 1.3.0-alpha.2 which works with our latest CENNZnet version network. As well as providing improved security, our new API will be easier for community developers to integrate their apps with as it requires fewer configurations.

We have also been preparing our new version of CENNZnet UI based on the new API which will be deployed on cennznet.io once ready.

Centrapay

Big news for Centrapay this month. The team has partnered with Verifone to deliver a new contactless payment platform that removes the per-transaction fee businesses in New Zealand typically pay.

Consumers and merchants will be ...

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