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NEO Global Development to open new office in Seattle, US

Chinese blockchain platform NEO will open an office in United States city of Seattle, as indicated by an official declaration on Feb. 15. The new office will be headed by ex-Microsoft executive John deVadoss.

The NEO Global Development (NGD) Seattle office will open and begin recruitment this month, purportedly enabling the company to venture into the U.S. showcase. Per the press release, the NGD has been creating a partnership with Microsoft and different companies.

As indicated by NEO author Erik Zhang, Seattle’s notoriety for tech talent was one of the primary draws for finding its new workplaces, saying, “Seattle has huge developer resources and a strong atmosphere of innovation, and NEO has always placed great importance in technology development.”

daVadoos, who will lead the workplace, recently worked at Microsoft and helped to establish informing servicetext11. At Microsoft, deVadoss created. NET in competition with Java/J2EE.

Purportedly referred to by some as the “Ethereum of China,” NEO “utilizes blockchain technology and digital identities to digitize assets and automate the management of digital assets using smart contracts.”

The system was established in 2014 and the mainnet was launched in October 2016. NEO is currently developing NEO 3.0, a move up to its blockchain that will “bring faster transaction speeds, greater stability and expanded application programming interfaces for smart contracts.”

NEO’s eponymous token currently has a market cap of $530 million, and is trading at $8.19, up over three percent on the day, according to CoinMarketCap

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