ICON commits $200M to interoperability incentive fund

ICON commits $200M to interoperability incentive fund

The South Korean blockchain hopes to fund its interoperability technology to create new cross-chain applications. The ICON Foundation announced plans to launch an interoperability incentive program for 200 million ICX, or approximately $200 million at the time of publication. The foundation supports the development of the ICON network, South Korea’s largest public aggregator chain. The foundation said that it hopes this program will incentivize the ICON community and its partner networks to adopt ICON’s Blockchain Transmission Protocol, or BTP.The incentive program aims to distribute up to....


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