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On December 21st, IOST officially released the Node Application Handbook and opened up applications to become Candidate Nodes for the launch of the IOST mainnet in February.
In just one week, more than 100 global institutions, investors, blockchain communities, developer teams, exchanges and others submitted Candidate Node applications, hoping to participate in the election campaign and to become part of the IOST ecosystem.
At the same time, we have had a great response from community members who are actively involved in the process and have recommended many valuable node candidates.
The IOST team is very grateful to everyone for their recognition and support of the IOST ecosystem. In the next two months, we will continue to share the Candidate Node campaign progress to the community and share more updates and developments.
At present, we are carefully reviewing all current Candidate Node applications and communicating with Node Candidates. Going forward, we will announce the approved candidates who have passed the review stage and bring a series of interviews, reports and profiles of the node candidates to the community.
Today, we are pleased to introduce 10 of the initial approved candidates from a variety of countries and backgrounds.
DDEX is one of the largest decentralized exchanges on the Ethereum network, with 25% of the total decentralized transactions. It is also the first decentralized exchange based on Hydro protocol technology, providing users with a high-quality trading experience through a real-time chain-linking mechanism and a secure chain-based settlement mechanism.
As the largest decentralized exchange on Ethereum, we will work with IOST to create a secure and open trading platform for token transactions in the IOST ecosystem.
2. IOST LaoMao
Lao Mao is a well-known investor in blockchain and cryptocurrency projects and started investing in Bitcoin in 2013. He has served as ...
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