NEO DevCon 2019 (https://devcon.neo.org/) has officially started with tickets ready for purchase. To get the community better informed of NEO, we will walk through the events and updates of NEO in 2018 from different perspectives.
The most relevant implication of NEO is its strong developer resources and 2018 has witnessed an increasing number of developer communities taking shape along with the existing ones continuing to focus on technology exploration.
When we analyze a project, the fundamental thing to consider is the community backing the project because how the community starts and grows relies on the developer-friendliness of the project. A project and
The NEO main-net currently has 7 consensus nodes. (see the consensus node monitoring page)NEO Foundation maintains 5 of the nodesCityOfZion maintains 1 nodeKPN maintains 1 node
The NEO test-net currently has 7 consensus nodes.NEO Foundation maintains 2 of the nodesNEO Global Development maintains 1 nodeCityOfZion maintains 2 nodesKPN maintains 1nodeSwisscom maintains 1 nodeDistribution
In October of 2018, NEO Global Development (NGD) released a technical document titled “How to Become NEO Consensus Node”, containing a detailed description of how to host and maintain an NEO consensus node.
Recently, NGD updated the document to further elaborate on plans to “promote the decentralization process.” Node decentralization is the first step towards full decentralization.
At present, the NEO MainNet has seven consensus nodes. Netherlands-based telecommunications company, KPN, and open-source community group, City of Zion, host one node each. The other five nodes are currently hosted by the NEO Foundation in various regions around the world.
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