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Developed by Canadian block chain company Nucco, AION is an interchain block chain that connects various independent block chains. AION is the first three generations of block chains, with public / private block chain organizations aiming to build networks through AION. AION network participants can use interchain transactions.

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Web3j is now live on Aion N...

In collaboration with Web3 Labs we’re excited to announce Web3j Aion; an open-source client-side Java API built for the AVM. This provides developers access to a highly modular, reactive, type-safe Java and Android library for working with smart contracts and integrating with nodes.Web3j Aion was created to make the Aion Network even more accessible for developers, especially those already familiar with the popular Web3j ecosystem. After enabling developers to write smart contracts in Java via the AVM, the Web3j API completes the end-to-end developer experience and provides the first full Java stack on blockchain. It is now available through Maven Central and Bintray repositories and is integrated with the Maven and IntelliJ IDEA plugins to provide a seamless development workflow.Web3j Aion is composed of the following modules:Encoder and decoder for interoperability with the AVMCode generation: CLI for contract wrapper generation from ABI and binariesCommon functionalities like transaction signing and JSON-RPC implementationWhat exactly is Web3j?Web3j provides connections for JVM application to blockchains. It was established in 2016 and currently provides integration for Ethereum supporting Parity, Gen and Patheon, as well as Quorum. Its main features are:Smart contract wrappersWallet supportBuild toolsReactive-functional APIHow to get started:Start with the Web3J Walkthrough on Aion Docs and then visit the GithubNon-technical friends can check out the Web3 Labs blog post: Announcing Web3j — Aion IntegrationWeb3j is now live on Aion Network was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 09. 04

Unity Staking Contracts Ove...

At the heart of the Unity Consensus are the staking and stake delegation mechanisms, which are responsible for managing staker registrations and stake updates. In this article, I will walk you through the design considerations we’ve made and the implementation details. The source code is available at This article is an overview of the current state of the Unity Protocol Contracts, which are still in their infancy stage and are constantly evolving.Design ConsiderationsAny Proof-of-Stake(PoS) based system needs a way of managing the stake state, i.e. the registered staker list and the amount of stake of each staker at any time. This piece of information decides the eligibility of a staker to produce a PoS block, and has to be agreed on by the whole network.The stake management is traditionally implemented within the client (software that a node uses to connect to the network), using purpose-specific transaction types, with the utilization of databases or data storages. This is mainly due to the lack of programming capability above the protocol. The consequence of such a design is to make the protocol itself heavy and fat. As a result, it’s very difficult to implement such a system, given that there might be multiple clients in different programming languages.In the Unity Consensus, we implement the staking and stake delegation mechanisms in AVM smart contracts. Such a design choice gives us two advantages:The execution and storage model of a smart contract is well defined, so it will be cost-free to ensure consensus on the stake state;The user interaction will be simple, as a user can interact with a smart contract using existing transaction infrastructure (no extra tool is required).Staker Registry ContractFirst, let’s take a look at the staker registry contract, which is the endpoint to all users for participating in staking. A staker needs to be registered in this contract before it can produce a valid PoS block. A coin-holder can vote/unvote for a registered staker and even transfer stake between two stakers.The internal structure of the staker registry is shown in the picture below. One staker registry is associated with a collection of registered stakers, pending unvotes and pending transfers. To understand the state/lifecycle of coins, I refer readers to the Section 2.4 of the Unity Engineering Specs. A copy of the coin state transition diagram is also attached below.Structure of the staker registry contractCoin states and state transitions from the perspective of the staker registryThe staker registry contract is privileged, in a sense that the kernel depends on it for deciding the validity of a PoS block. Despite being privileged, this contract is designed to be simple and the kernel-contract interaction is limited to just one stateless method call (a stateless method call doesn’t change the state of a smart contract during execution). This method is getEffectiveStake(signingAddress, coinbaseAddress), which returns the effective stake of a block producer.Register A StakerAnyone can register a staker by calling the registerStaker method of the staker registry, which has the following parameters.identityAddress — (unique) An address used to identify a staker;managementAddress — The address of the management key used when updating the staker, e.g. updating signing address;signingAddress — (unique) The address of the key used for signing a PoS block;coinbaseAddress — The address used for receiving block rewards;selfBondAddress — The address used for calculating the self-bond stake of a staker (self-bond stake of a staker is the stake from its owner).Separating the stake of staker owner from the stake of other voters gives us additional benefits and flexibility. For example, we can then apply self-bond percentage requirement and min self-bond requirement.VoteVoting is the process of converting liquid coins into stake. To vote for a staker, a coin-holder needs to call the vote(staker) method, with a specific amount of coins being passed along. The coins will be in the custody of the staker registry contract after voting.UnvoteTo revoke a stake and retrieve the coins, one needs to call the unvote(staker, amount) method, which will cancel the stake, lock it for a pre-defined period of time, i.e.UNVOTE_LOCK_UP_PERIOD, and return a unique PendingUnvote ID, if the request is valid. It’s only after the lock-up period that the user can really get its coins back, by calling the finalizeUnvote(id)method.Transfer StakeThe staker registry also allows a voter to transfer stake from one staker to another. This allows voters to swap stake between block producers without going through an unvote-and-vote process, which would involve the unvote lockup period.To transfer stake, one needs to call the transferStake(from, to, amount)method, which returns a PendingTransfer ID upon valid request. The user needs to call the finalizeTransfer(id) method to complete the stake transfer, after another lock-up period, i.e. TRANSFER_LOCK_UP_PERIOD.Pool Registry ContractWhile the staker registry is easy to interact with, many coin-holders would prefer to delegate their stake to a pool rather than to maintain a node and stake on their own. We call this group of people delegators. A pool receives stake from and re-distribute the block rewards to its delegators.In the Unity Consensus, a decentralized stake delegation system, as in PoolRegistry smart contract, is designed and implemented. This is made possible by the following conditions:The staker registry is a smart contract which allows the pool registry to interact with via the inter-contract CALL;An efficient reward distribution algorithm (F1 fee distribution) is proposed by Dev Ojha.Unlike staker registry, the pool registry is un-privileged and implemented purely based on the existing framework provided by AVM. An architectural view of the design is shown below.Pool Registry ArchitectureAt the very front is the PoolRegistry, which is the endpoint for all pool owners and delegators. For each registered pool, the registry maintains a PoolState , which is associated with one PoolCoinbase, one PoolCustodianand one PoolRewardsManager.The PoolCoinbase is smart contract instance, in the control of the pool registry, whose only purpose is to receive block rewards;The PoolCustodian is another smart contract instance, in the control of the pool registry, which is the custodian of the pool owner’s stake;The PoolRewardsManager is an internal object, which calculates the share of rewards of each delegator to a pool.Register A PoolTo register a pool, the owner needs to go through the following steps:Publish the meta data, e.g. name and description, in a JSON file at a publicly accessible URL (the scheme of the JSON file is being actively defined).Call the registerPool(signingAddress, commissionRate, metaDataUrl, metaDataContentHash) method of the pool registry, where signingAddressis the address of the signing key to be used for block production, comissionRate is the service charge in percentage that the pool owner wants to take, and metaDataUrl and metaDataContentHash are the URL and hash of the meta data respectively.After these two steps, the pool can start accepting stakes from delegators, including the pool owner itself. As long as the min self-bond stake requirement is satisfied, the pool owner can use the signing key to produce blocks and earn block rewards.An interesting implementation detail is that the registerPool method is convoluted. It creates a staker in the staker registry, instantiates a PoolCoinbase and aPoolCustodian, and configures the staker properly. This will ensure that all block rewards of the pool go to the pool registry.DelegateTo delegate stake to a pool, one just needs to call the delegate(pool)method along with some amount of AION coins to stake. The pool registry uses the received coin to stake in the staker registry.UndelegateTwo steps are required to cancel a delegation. First, the delegator needs to call the undelegate(pool, amount) method of the pool registry, which will initiate an unvote operation and return a PendingUnvote ID. Second, it has to call the finalizeUnvote(id) method to finalize it after the unvote lock-up period.WithdrawWithdrawal is the process of claiming back the block rewards one delegator has earned so far. This is being done by calling the withdraw(pool) method, which will transfer the rewards to the delegator upon a valid request. For how the contract decides the block rewards, check the F1 fee distribution scheme.Redelegation and Auto-redelegationRedelegation is the process of delegating to a pool using the earned block rewards from that pool. This is essentially a combination of withdraw and delegate.Auto-redelegation enables one delegator to allow others to redelegate its block rewards. This is implemented by introducing an auto-redelegation market. If a delegator sets an auto-redelegation rate, then anyone can call the pool registry to auto-redelegate the delegator’s rewards on its behalf. The caller will get a portion of the rewards as incentives based on the auto-redelegation rate.How Do Coins Flow?In case someone is interested in how the coins flow in the delegation system, an overview is provided below (boxes with shadow background are smart contract instances). Intuitively, all delegator’s stake and PoS block rewards are in the custody of the Pool Registry contract; all pool owner’s stake is in the custody of the Pool Custodian contract. If the coins are for delegation, then they flow to the Staker Registry.Flows of coins in the delegation systemThat’s It!Now, you’ve gone through an overview of the Unity staking and stake delegation contracts. If you want to learn more about the details, please read the Unity Engineer Spec or the smart contract source code.Unity Staking Contracts Overview was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 09. 03

Unity Consensus — Proof-of-...

Unity Consensus — Proof-of-ConceptIntroductionIn this article, I’m going to walk you through the Aion Unity Proof-of-Concept (PoC) implementation. If you haven’t heard about Aion Unity, read this “zero-to-hero” blog post.The PoC comprises of four components:A stake registry contract which manages the staker registration and handles stake/unstake requests,A new block structure, along with a set of validation rules, to account for two block types — PoW blocks and PoS blocks,A staking client, analogous to mining software, that eagerly generates PoS blocks when it is eligible to do so,An implementation of the difficulty adjustment algorithm and fork choice rule.The objective of the PoC is to validate the key metrics presented in the Aion Unity paper and to simulate different attack scenarios. The metrics studied include block time, block reward distribution, and orphaned block rate.The PoC ImplementationStake Registry ContractThe Stake Registry Contract is the smart contract that manages the staker registration and processes vote/unvote requests (a.k.a. stake/unstake respectively). Any coin-holder with a minimum balance is allowed to register as a staker to participate in Unity consensus. Others can vote or unvote for a registered staker. Liquid coins become locked stake after a vote operation, and return to being liquid after an unvote operation, subject a to lock-up period.The source code of the stake registry contract is available here. Although the smart contract is written in Solidity, it will later be rewritten in Java, to run on the AVM. Also, the enforcement of minimum registration stake and the unvote lock-up period are not implemented in the PoC.Extended Block StructureIn Aion Unity, the blockchain structure is a singly linked list of PoW blocks and PoS blocks, with no intervening requirement. To distinguish a PoS block from a PoW block, we extended the original Aion block structure with additional fields. Specifically,A sealType field is added to identify the block type;For a PoW block, the seal field consists of a nonce and an EquiHash solution;For a PoS block, the seal field consists of a seed and a signature of the block header from the staker.We have a new set of validation rules for PoS blocks, as follows:Validate the block header using the existing PoW validators, but skip the seal field validation.Validate that the seed is a valid ED25519 signature of the seed of the previous PoS block, and recover the signer’s address (let’s call it signer1).Validate that the signature is a valid ED25519 signature of the block header, and recover the signer’s address (let call it signer2).Validate that signer1 and signer2 are equal.Look up the signer’s stake from the state database and compute the PoS block generation delay.Validate that the delay is lesser than or equal to the duration between this PoS block and the previous PoS block.Staking ClientTo generate a PoS block, a staker needs to actively look up its stake and compute the block generation delay. When it’s eligible to generate a block, it creates a block template and signs it.We call the software that performs this lookup, waiting, and block production a staking client. It needs to be able to:Manage the staker’s private key,Check the PoS block generation delay by communicating with a full synced node,Sign block templates created by the node.The full PoC implementation of a staking client is available here.Fork Choice RuleAion Unity uses a different choice rule to deal with forks on the network. It always selects the chain with the highest product of total mining difficulty and total staking difficulty. The total mining difficulty is simply the sum of the difficulties of all the PoW blocks on the chain; the total staking difficulty is that of the PoS blocks.The way the fork choice rule is implemented in the PoC is to keep track of the total mining and staking difficulties of each block. When a new block is imported, either the total mining difficulty or staking difficulty is updated, as appropriate.Difficulty Adjustment AlgorithmTo maintain a targeted block time, the difficulty should be adjusted dynamically as miners and stakers join and leave. The mining/staking difficulty increases if the block time is too small, and decreases if the the block time is too large. Check here for the PoC implementation.The PoC ResultsKey MetricsTo test how the PoC implementation works, we set up the following cluster:8 nodes connected via an intranet;4 of them are mining (1 Nvidia GPU each);The other 4 nodes are staking (1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 nAmp respectively).We let the network run for 2500 blocks, and then calculated the following statistics:Block time statistics between block #500 and block #2500Orphaned blocks between block #500 and block #2500The mining difficulty over timeThe staking difficulty over timeBlock reward distributionBy analyzing the collected data, we found that the key metrics for the PoC implementation match what has been presented in the Unity paper:The average block time is very close to the targeted 10 seconds;The difficulty adjusts from 1 to the right level within 200 blocks, with the given network configuration;The number of PoS blocks and PoW blocks are roughly the same;The block rewards of a miner are proportional to the mining hashrate, while the block rewards of a staker are proportional to the amount of stake.Network Partition AttackIn this experiment, we assessed the ability of the network to recover from a period of broken connectivity. To test it, we partitioned a cluster into two groups for a period of time, and then rejoined them.By observing the weight growths of the chains of the two partitions, we found that both partitions could progress independently (liveness is maintained). When the connectivity issue was resolved, the network chose the chain with a higher weight. The experiment helped us identify some syncing issues in the kernel implementation, which were fixed.What’s Next?So, what’ next after the Aion Unity PoC implementation?The Aion Unity economics design will be published soon. The Engineering team is busy productionizing Aion Unity. Stay tuned!Unity Consensus — Proof-of-Concept was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 07. 31

Dashboard Updates

The Aion Dashboard UI and API are key pieces to providing visibility into the Aion blockchain. The Dashboard UI allows users to view transactions, token transfers, analytics and other activity on the Aion Smart Contract Platform. The Dashboard API allows developers to access data for accounts, blocks, and transactions from within their apps.Motivation for the updateThe motivation for this update was to achieve feature parity between Java and Solidity on the Dashboard. A new controller versioning convention was implemented on the API to eliminate breaking changes on the Dashboard. This allows developers going forward to be certain that new dashboard releases will not contain any breaking changes.New FeaturesBlock rewards are now supplied by the Aion Kernel rather than being calculated by the API.ATS tokens written in the AVM Scripting Language can now be read by the Dashboard.ATS token transfers and balances can now be read by the Dashboard.A new controller with the new endpoints /v2/dashboard/block and /v2/dashboard/transaction was added.Bug FixesThere was an issue which caused transactions that contained token transfers to return an incorrect value. This has been fixed.Breaking changesUsers of the Aion Dashboard ETL will need to perform a full network sync in order to update to the new version of the ETL.Users of the Aion Dashboard API will now need to parse the tokenTransfers field in the transaction to view the token transfer value.You can now view the updated Mainnet Dashboard and Mastery Testnet Dashboard.You can also view the Dashboard API docs.Dashboard Updates was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 07. 17

Showcase June 30, 2019

Showcases are a monthly recurring set of presentations to create information symmetry both internally and externally.Learn more about why we make showcases public here 👇Showcase — A new monthly ceremonyWhat is a ShowcaseShowcases are an opportunity for Aion Foundation teams to share progress they’ve made in the previous four week period. They come prepared with talking points in a consumable group format that covers a 10 minute period (presentation, demo, etc.) In attendance are the members of the presenting “pod” and all “pod leads”.Itinerary15 min — present/demo what you’ve accomplished in the previous 4-week period, snapshot of what’s coming in the next 4 weeks.15 min — Q/A with leadsDisclaimer: Some of this content are in early stages of exploration and as a result are not always commitments to outcomes. Much of the content is sourced across the Aion ecosystem and is not controlled or managed by the Aion Foundation. Not all questions have answers immediately and teams take those questions back with them. Notes are not exhaustive and are purposefully raw, it is our hope that summaries and higher fidelity highlights will be generated by those who are interested in curating this.As of this Showcase, we have moved to a common format for presenting our work and proposed future work. Marketing also joined Showcase.BarbadosMarketingEcosystemAVM ProductionARRTShowcase June 30, 2019 was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 07. 03

Aion Community Commitment

One of the best parts of the Aion Network is the strength, passion, and engagement of its community. From around the world this eclectic group comes together every day to explore, build, debate, and learn more about the future of the internet. The foundation has a great appreciation for the community and often leans on its members to echo our announcements, test our network, knock down doors for us, and hold us accountable to our promises.As we grow, so does our community. This growth requires an increasing amount of attention and resources for us to properly foster and engage the community. Part of that time and attention is to keep things friendly, respectful, and non-judgmental. We believe that these qualities will in the long term foster the kind of atmosphere required for innovation.To dateFor those that haven’t always been with us, we’ve gone through a few variations of community management that have involved full time resources in Telegram, to other formats with moderator proxy groups. We’ve learned a few things as we’ve grown and we want to renew our commitment by doubling down on what’s working and proposing some new initiatives that we think will benefit the project.Going ForwardWe want to commit to a few initiatives that will involve participation from everyone and enable two-way communication.Weekly Community Reddit AMA 👇r/AionNetworkThe Weekly AMA is a reoccurring opportunity for the community to engage with the Aion Foundation team in a Q&A format. This is the most frequent and easiest way for your questions to be answered that aren’t addressed in blog posts or other Foundation communications. We aim to rotate in members from different pods to provide varying perspectives from the Foundation.We’ve been doing this for five months now and will continue to support it and let it evolve. We don’t expect employees to be in Telegram everyday so this is an ideal format for them to engage directly. The more questions you ask, the more we can share!Monthly Video Update from Matt Spoke Monthly Video Update is a summary of the main project updates from the month, including some additional commentary from Matt Spoke and other Foundation members. The Monthly Update Videos are posted to the Aion YouTube.We all appreciate these videos. Since the inception of the project they’ve kept us in the loop with what is going on at a high level and offer a unique perspective most projects are not providing the public.Quarterly Financial DisclosureHow We OperateThe Aion Foundation believes in holding itself to the highest standards in governance and accountability. Releasing quarterly financial reports is a major part of our commitment to transparency. All reports can be found here.This is a cryptocurrency leading initiative that sets precedent. We will continue to put these reports out, and expect more from our peers when it comes to financial transparency. Create the world you want to see!Quarterly Video AMA from teamThe Quarterly Video AMA is designed to be a more personalized and engaging format for the AMA. The Video AMA follows the same Q&A format as the standard weekly AMA.This is new, and will aim to be a larger, more inclusive live AMA to field questions, share asks, and get aligned across multiple areas including network security, integrations, development, accessibility and more.Quarterly Community SurveyAlthough we currently gather suggestions from community discussions, the quarterly survey will provide a quantitative and fair approach to hear from each member of the community on a regular basis. Following results analysis the survey results will be published along with our resulting action items.This is also new. We field a lot of suggestions, concerns and feedback from many sources. It’s not always easy to sort signal from noise and we’re looking to focus on high leverage, big impact items. If and when you have specific asks that we implement, we have a process in place to track those asks to outcomes and report back to you on the end result.Community Rules of EngagementIn addition to the structured communication plan above, we’ll also continue to provide public updates through social media. Please do not expect foundation employees to respond to you 1:1 via Telegram— and if they don’t, please don’t take it personally. We need to both streamline our communication and avoid inconsistent information.Please also note that we’re often limited in our ability to share information due to many factors (Legal, NDAs, Regulatory, etc.) and as such we cannot comment or answer questions which would introduce risk to the project.Finally, we have worked with community moderators to draft a “Rules of Engagement” list that includes how to interact with the Foundation and it’s employees, community moderators and other members in Aion community channels. This list is simple, straight forward and is guided by a simple ethos: be a good person to others and have respect for the work we’re all doing together.⛔️Aion Official Channel Rules⛔️1️⃣ Be Respectful. Treat others as you would want to be treated. Personal attacks, harassment, trolling, and foul language are prohibited.2️⃣ Be Truthful. Cite to sources of information whenever possible. FUD, hype, fake news, and misinformation are prohibited.3️⃣ Keep it High-Quality. Add value to the conversation. Referral links, trading groups, phishing websites, advertisements, shilling, and duplicate content will be removed.4️⃣ Keep it Aion-Related. This is a channel to discuss Aion Network news, announcements, technology, and ecosystem partners. Promoting projects unrelated to Aion is prohibited.5️⃣ No Price Talk. Discussion about trading, market, and price discussion is welcome only on Aion_Trader Telegram or Aion Trader Reddit.6️⃣ Do Your Own Research. Answers to many frequently asked questions can be found using AionTGbot and AionNewfeed in the Aion Telegram channel or on the Aion Reddit Wiki.7️⃣ If You See Something, Say Something. Speak up if someone is violating the rules and notify admins for enforcement (reply to the offending message with “@admin”).Channel LinksTwitterRedditYouTubeTelegram, Telegram Info Bot, Telegram NewsfeedFacebookLinkedInDiscordGitterWish ListThere are a number of ways the community helps drive the Aion project forward. One way is to help get Aion on the radar of relevant publications (blogs, podcasts, etc.) who haven’t covered the project yet such as:The BlockEric from Proof of WorkLaura from Unchained PodcastEpicenter PodcastZero Knowledge PodcastArthur Falls from The 3rd WebOn May 4th we launched the public draft of the Unity Whitepaper outlining our proposed hybrid PoW/PoS consensus algorithm. We’ve created a simple form for your Unity specific feedback here.Lastly, our Ecosystem Pod has been hard at work creating new documentation that we welcome feedback on via GitHub:End to End IntelliJ TutorialA fully updated tutorial on how to write, compile, deploy, and call a Java contract using IntelliJ.Ethers.js ExamplesA bunch of example functions you can do with Ethers.js. Includes a sample contract.Web3.js ExamplesA bunch of example functions you can do with Web3.js.Node OverviewA quick overview of what nodes are and what they’re used for.Digital Assets OverviewWhat digital assets are, and how they can be designed.Thank You.We genuinely want to thank you for your on-going support. We know it isn’t easy to be so dedicated and passionate about a project without full visibility into the decisions and actions being taken around it but we’re doing our best to be transparent. We’re working hard to rebuild the internet and are very grateful that you’re pushing along with us.Lastly, a big shout out to the community moderators! Although the community moderators are not Aion Foundation employees, without them, none of this would be possible. To mention a few, thank you @a_toad_a_so, @Knevil, and @specterg .Aion Community Commitment was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 06. 18

Ethers.js selects Aion as i...

The most popular wallet implementation and Javascript Framework (and Typescript) API for Blockchain development is now available for Aion developers with support for Java smart contracts on the new Aion Virtual Machine (AVM).Ethers.js makes it easy for Blockchain developers to interact with the Aion Blockchain through a lightweight, well-maintained, well-documented, and robust typescript library that is tailored for front-end use.Apart from being significantly smaller than other Blockchain frameworks at only 88kb compressed, Ethers.js is focused on developer-friendliness. The main features include:Keep your private keys safeCreate JavaScript objects from any contract ABI, including ABIv2 and Human-Readable ABI for FVM Contracts and AVM ContractsAutomatically connect to a NodeSmith endpointFully TypeScript ready, with definition files and full TypeScript sourceCreated under an MIT License including ALL dependencies; completely open source for you to use as you pleaseWith a variety of smart contract platforms emerging, why choose Aion? The author of Ethers.js Richard Moore, stated:“With the Aion Network adding a Java-based smart contract Blockchain, it enables a whole industry (especially enterprise) of developers along with their tool-chains to get involved. The Java ecosystem has been around for quite some time, and has fostered a well-established collection of talent, debuggers, libraries, build-systems and knowledge-base of practices and security which will benefit the Blockchain space quite nicely.”Ethers.js initially launched on the Ethereum network in 2017 as a much-needed alternative to the Web3.js library for Blockchain developers. The Ethereum community seems to be split on Web3.js vs Ethers.js; however, Ether.js was released to the community almost two years after the release of Web3.js and it has quite notably generated much more interest and usage in a shorter time span.“I am still quite focused on Ethereum as a whole, but there is huge value in having a larger and more diverse community of blockchain developers.” — said Richard Moore.A grant was issued by the Aion Foundation to Richard Moore to support this integration to continue to improve the developer experience on the Aion Network.If you are interested in learning more:Check out the Aion Network Ethers.js tutorials and documentationSee the official Ethers.js documentationView the Ethers.JS x Aion GitHubRead Richard Moore’s blog post on the Ethers.js integration with Aion NetworkFollow Richard Moore on TwitterEthers.js selects Aion as it’s next platform was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 06. 14

Aion Virtual Machine (AVM) ...

The AVM hard fork has officially happened!What an incredible journey it has been to building the world’s first JVM-compliant Blockchain virtual machine. We set out on the mission to build the AVM over a year ago and it has truly been a team effort. Part of that team includes our passionate community who have been supporting and cheering for the project through the crypto winter and into the spring — Thank you!We made the strategic decision to leave the JVM intact so we could fully leverage the mature eco-system around it. Leaning on a hardened language like Java was crucial since a major obstacle for a business interested in Blockchain is the cost and time needed to train their teams on unfamiliar frameworks, languages, and tools. The AVM removes those obstacles and provides developers with a familiar and reliable development experience. We’re very excited about the projects already building on the AVM and can’t wait to see them go live. Aion strives to bring Blockchain to the mainstream and the AVM is the first big step towards that vision.See below for Matt’s monthly update video including the AVM launch with Jeff Disher and also Unity with Yao Sun: you’re interested in the Aion Research & Roadmap Team (ARRT) and/or the Unity project check out Yao’s AMA this Friday.If you, or someone you know is interested in building a dApp on the AVM, check out our Aion Docs for free comprehensive tutorials and tools to get started.Lastly, we’ve written a few AVM-related articles over the last year you might have missed so if you want a deeper dive, check out:Why Java and the JVMDebugging Java Smart ContractsAVM Hybrid StorageAion Virtual Machine (AVM) Live! was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 06. 05

BloxBean launches two new t...

BloxBean & Aion4jThe BloxBean project is directly aimed at providing Aion Virtual Machine (AVM) support for existing development tools and frameworks to achieve the following goals:Help on-board non-blockchain developers to the smart contract world via straightforward development toolsIncrease the productivity and confidence of smart contract developersLeverage and integrate with existing and familiar development processes instead of introducing drastically different flows i.e. you can use established Java processes such as unit and integration testing, CI, CD, etc.By supporting Java, AVM has already opened the possibilities of using established development tools in the Java ecosystem instead of re-inventing the wheel. In the first release, BloxBean consists of the Aion4j suite of tools:Aion4j Maven PluginAion4j Idea Plugin (IntelliJ IDE Plugin)While Aion4j Maven Plugin provides the command line development tools for AVM, Aion4j Idea Plugin makes those commands easy to use by integrating them directly inside of the development IDE.Suppport for MavenMaven is a popular build automation tool used primarily for Java projects.Maven’s primary goal is to allow a developer to comprehend the complete state of a development effort in the shortest period of time. Most of the modern Java IDEs have in-built support for Maven. So a developer can use any Java IDE to work with a Maven-based project.Aion4j Maven Plugin is a plugin which aims to provide end-to-end tooling support for smart contract development in Java. These smart contracts are executed on AVM via both an embedded AVM and an AVM running in a remote Aion kernel.Some of the key features supported by this plugin are :> Maven based AVM project creation using maven archetype.> Compile & Package> Unit Test> Deployment, test and debug on an embedded AVM during development> Deployment and test on remote Aion Kernel or hosted service like Nodesmith> Interact with Aion blockchain through maven commands(deploy, get balance, get receipt, call, contract transaction, transfer, get logs …)> Client side transaction signing> many more …AVM Archetype The AVM archetype is a template project that developers can build on top of when creating their own project. It comes with a contract and test. The goal is to provide a standard project structure which serves as a starting point for the new smart contract developer. The Aion4j Maven Plugin generates projects based on this template.IDEA Plugin (IntelliJ Plugin)Developers spend the majority of their development time within the IDE, making this tool a core piece of the end-to-end development lifecycle. Aion4j provides smart contract development support for JetBrain’s IntelliJ IDE, which is one of the most popular in the Java community.To make a developer’s life simple, it provides an Embedded AVM execution environment inside the IDE, which allows the developer to deploy and test smart contracts throughout development. Apart from simply installing the plugin on from the IntelliJ IDEA marketplace, developers do not need to install/download any other software to write and test smart contract on an Embedded AVM.Additionally, this plugin supports interacting with a remote Aion kernel straight from the IDE, so developers can deploy, test, and interact with their smart contracts without ever leaving their IDE during the entire smart contract development process. It also provides few editor level features such as “JCL whitelist check” where the editor warns the developer when trying to use restricted or non-allowed Java APIs in the smart contract code. Similarly, the “ABI type check” feature warns developers if any non-allowed data type is used as a parameter or return type in a callable method.The Aion4j Maven Plugin does most of the heavy lifting of interactions with the blockchain and the Aion4j Idea Plugin makes those functionalities easily accessible from IDE. So try out these tools and we would love to hear your feedback and suggestions.Also if you like building developer tools, you may want to contribute to these open-source projects and help in the adoption process.This is just the beginning of the tooling story for AVM …Helpful Resources:Aion Virtual Machine ( Docs: Website ( Maven Plugin ( Idea Plugin ( Archetype ( launches two new tools for Java developers building dApps was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 04. 19

Trust Wallet Adds support f...

A Secure Multi Coin Wallet and Browser for Android and iOSDownload for iOSDownload for AndroidDownload Android APKTrust Wallet has been very busy adding new coins to its secure mobile wallet and browser. Among those coins now supported is AION. Trust Wallet has been known for some time now as one of the worlds best mobile wallets for cryptocurrency. It is secure, multi-currency, anonymous, and tied to some advance web3 functionality you can’t get elsewhere like a dApp browser and decentralized exchange. Here is what people have been saying about the wallet:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}@TrustWalletApp Great app guys! Been waiting for something like this for a while. Sleek, user friendly, easy to use. — @bohdicuzzyfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}'rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();});'resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}@VitalikButerin I've been super impressed with the entire execution of @trustwalletapp - iOS, Android, GPL Open Source, Dapp browser, arbitrary ERC20 tokens, 721 support. — @bmannfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}'rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();});'resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}@ORCA_Alliance @TrustWalletApp Smart move to partner with an already established and secure wallet, so that you can focus on your core domain! — @jcalmeida79function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}'rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();});'resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Store your AION with confidence — Trust Wallet.Download for iOSDownload for AndroidDownload Android APKTrust Wallet Adds support for AION was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 03. 27

A Methodology for Roadmappi...

Roadmap format includedThis methodology is a collaboration between Mike Mason and Yao Sun.The blockchain industry is still in its discovery phase, progress and innovation often come in bursts. As with all research driven fields, the environment is often highly entropic and incongruent to expectations of steady progression.The truth: it’s a paradox for us to message the entropy of the environment, then present a concrete and opaque timeline that gives the impression of concrete, steady progression. This practice, followed by many in the industry promote unrealistic expectations about how a research and discovery-oriented industry works and signals more to ambitions than realism.So, how can we promote the truth, keep the community (you) informed, and keep our mindsets clear for the next year?Some context before an answerWe’ve taken inspiration from mainstream and mature open source projects. They’ve got it figured out as their developer teams demand and rely on this being true.Time spent in this field acclimates you to the rate at which technologies that blockchains are dependant on oscillate in progression. To observe this effect we first need to split the scope of projects within the blockchain space between:Tinkerers: Those that innovate use-cases on top of a blockchain platform, using existing tools that are available.Tool Builders: Those that seek to expand the toolbox.For Tinkerers, timelines are often dictated by the time it takes the iron out the use-case, assemble the required components (Smart Contracts, off-chain storage & computation source, user frontend) in various configurations to match the user requirements. In projects like these timelines are often feature based, predictable and based on the scope and feature set of the use case. This is in contrast to timelines of tool builders, which seeks to expand the toolbox, to enable use-cases that would not exist without the expanded toolbox.We believe this is the true nature of progression in the blockchain industry; discoveries that suddenly and fundamentally change the ideas and assumptions of what is possible. A good example of this is the tried and true use-case that Ethereum enables, leading to wide adoption of blockchains for a variety of use-cases. Another upcoming example is that of Algorand, with the introduction of VRFs that is quickly being adopted into other projects and impacts the way on-chain randomization is viewed.In fact, a lot of the most important discoveries are being made by various teams around the world within the last year. The right people, right place, right time make the biggest changes to the industry.If you believe this, then the idea of roadmaps as a list of bullet point and timestamps is jarring and incongruent. In truth, diving into a research field and signalling as such while also providing a concrete roadmap is paradoxical but common within the industry. Too often, the hardest parts of a project get hidden under a relatively mundane grouping. The consequence: the reader is often misled about the complexity of a project and then confused when items don’t come to fruition.The best roadmaps are ones from projects that have a statistically viable sample to draw requirements from, ones that must be diligent and organized about roadmaps for their impact to downstream dependencies. We found similarities within roadmaps for these projects that convinced us of their effectiveness:Thematic ConsistencyRoadmaps should convey clearly an overall theme that guides the overall motivation behind each item within the roadmap. It should be very clear to the reader how each item feeds into this overall theme. This conveys a sense of priority for the audience and encourages a healthy convergence of expectations throughout the year.A Logical BreakdownFollowing on from the theme is a logical breakdown of items within the roadmap as they concern different elements of the system and different parties. This grouping naturally creates a more detailed context about the tasks themselves, who would be performing them and how their scope (from our perspective) relative to the global.Clarity of contentIt should never be difficult for a reader to understand what is being worked on. While predicting the future can often be an impossibility, what is being worked on now and our predictions for future targets should always be conveyed in an easily digestible manner. In fact, the system that worked best for our teams internally is one that conveyed a good sense of progression through the breakdown of items into logical tasks and checkpoints and assigning them priority and perceived difficulty/risk of these items.Secondly, descriptions should account for an increasing level of emergence, depending on the depth the reader is willing to go. This amounts to providing simplified “here’s the gist” descriptions to all users, and providing more in-depth details, examples, and reference content to those interested. Where applicable, readers should be notified how this change impacts them. This is critical to downstream dependencies that may be dependant on changes to the network.Beyond the principles mentioned above, here is a structural format we believe is a good representation of what should be included in a roadmap.The Roadmap FormatFeel free to use it for your project!ConclusionIn the coming weeks we will be releasing our roadmap to the public with this format as our guide. The roadmap takes into account work being undertaken across the Foundation from research, to production development, to ecosystem funding, documentation and more. From all the things we looked at, arguably the most important was “Recommendations”, a roadmap feature we only saw from the React project. This roadmap feature is philosophically in line with how we think about this document in that it is “real talk” aimed at letting you know what this milestone means for you, given you’re developing on the platform. Stay tuned for updates on this in the coming weeks!A Methodology for Roadmapping Public Blockchain Networks was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 03. 25

REBUILD Conference is coming

Rethinking, everything.Hear speakers from Aion, Web3, Ethereum, The Atlantic, Algorand, Bitcoin (core), Messari, IBM, The Former Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and more…🎟 👇 (early bird tickets are 30% off)Rebuild Conference 2019: GenesisLast May we hosted our first developer conference in Toronto, Canada — AIONEX. The event was a platform for highlighting research, initiatives, technology and ecosystem development on and surrounding the Aion platform.This year we’ve decided to take a different approach to the conference and make it a more collaborative industry effort. We will discuss not only the technical breakthroughs and challenges in the blockchain industry but also shine a light on big challenges this technology is taking on.The mainstage will host talks and panels for two days from leading thinkers and technologists. This is a perfect place to learn from industry veterans, social critics and contrarians on the biggest issues facing humanity in the 21st century. These talks are interwoven with technologists currently building web3 applications and plumbing aimed at solving these global issues.The conference is called REBUILD — Genesis 2019DETAILSWhat: The 2019 Rebuild Conference is an event with presenters on both sides of one of the most important issues of our time — technology and its effects on society. You’ll hear from thought leaders, technologists, investors, journalist, authors and academia on a variety of topics centred around the internet, the problems it creates, and new advances in blockchain infrastructure aimed at solving them. We want to invite likeminded individuals to join in advancing dialogue on these important issues.Date: April 23rd- 24thWhere: Toronto Reference Library TO ATTENDBuy a ticket and join us on the 23rd of April. 🎟 👋 (30% off)Rebuild Conference 2019: GenesisREBUILD Conference is coming was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 03. 04

Syná wallet library now sup...

A fully integrated product suite includes Android / iOS mobile applications and a Google Chrome plugin that supports AION and ATS tokens.These products are in BETA and have known issues. Please report any issues to Feedback@theoproject.ioDownload Syná for iOSDownload Syná for AndroidDownload Syná+ Google Chrome PluginThe THÉO Project (the brand that captures the essence of the entire suite of tools) announced today the release of its cryptocurrency wallet library, Syná.Syná offers consumers an easy to use and intuitive way to manage their digital identity and wealth.The fully integrated product suite includes android / iOS mobile applications and a Google Chrome plugin, Syná+, all available for download today. The THÉO Project will also soon launch Syná Desktop, an integrated desktop solution capable of cold storage interaction. Syná wallets offer both standard and advanced crypto tools taking into consideration multi-protocol usage when building the design interface.By maintaining a clean user experience with a focus on simplicity rather than over bearing features, Syná will address some of the challenges the crypto space has seen to date. Syná+, the Google Chrome plugin, and the soon to be launched desktop wallet will offer easy management of users’ identities (private and public keys) to interact, per account, with different dApps — acting as a digital ‘passport’ to the crypto ecosystems of tomorrow.Download Syná for iOSDownload Syná for AndroidDownload Syná+ Google Chrome PluginSyná wallet library now supports Aion was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


19. 02. 28

Like building developer tools?

We need your help.Apply to build these tools → hereIn 2019, we will shift main support of our Virtual Machine to the Aion Virtual Machine (AVM). A Java VM that will unlock a new development environment and programming workflow for developers building on blockchain protocols. This shift requires a set of self-sustained tools and add-ons to popular Java development tools. If you like building developer tools and would like to get paid for your efforts, we’d like to bridge those two desires. 🙏First off…If you haven’t already, read the following posts about the Aion Virtual Machine (AVM). In them, we walk through why we see promise in the Java ecosystem for our Virtual Machine as well as what a smart contract in Java looks like.Aion Virtual Machine (AVM): Why Java and the JVM?Hello World … from the Aion Virtual Machine!The Java Development WorkflowEarly on in this project, we found it was going to be important to understand how Java developers currently work. We didn’t want to force developers into adopting new workflows or do things that they’re not used to already doing. So we decided to focus on integrating blockchain development into existing Java workflows.From this, we found that there were four logical groupings for development tasks:From here, we isolated areas in the workflow (specifically development, testing, and deployment) that have blockchain tooling requirements where the developer is blocked as well as quality of life experiences that will make development easier.The result was the following list of grants and bounties (all of which are now available).Java Contract standards and templatesWhile we have been working internally on standard Java “smart contract standards and templates” we need help expanding the breadth of these to include other common patterns in blockchain application development.Plugins for IDEsOur research has highlighted IntelliJ and VScode as popular among Java developers, but we acknowledge that there are many more IDEs preferred by the community (apparently there’s a huge bunch of you that still use VIM). We need to build plugins that aid in syntax, linting (class library restrictions), debugging, local deployment/testing, and more. If you’d like to help get coverage on more IDEs, let us know.Command Line InteractionAn easy way for devs to interact with their contracts through the command line. Specifically, compiling, testing, and deploying to the test-net.Build Tool IntegrationsGradle, Maven and stand-alone utils.Other misc workflow improvementsAre we missing something? Feel free to let us know what you’d like to build!👇Aion Blockchain Bounty and GrantsLike building developer tools? was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 12. 19

WandX Founder & CEO Abhinav...

Join us here for an AMA with WandX Founder & CEO Abhinav Ramesh AMA on Wed., December 19th at 10 am EDT is strategic decentralized infrastructure development partner based in Bangalore, India. Wandx is launching the following products: Aion Coin with Ledger integration within the WandX wallet, a decentralized exchange that has a unique feature called Basket Protocol and node infrastructure for decentralized applications.WandX: A decentralized exchangehttps:/ is organized around the idea of creating smart crypto-instruments for the new-age crypto trader. And to that effect, WandX is building a robust, decentralized multi-blockchain DEX-based trading platform powered by a proprietary Bakset Protocol. WandX’s basket protocol allows token traders to create a composite “basket” of tokens on smart contracts, tradable at one go. This way of token trading helps hedge risks and better manage one’s portfolio of crypto tokens. With the rapid tokenization of the global economy, the key to crypto success will depend largely on the ability of new age crypto asset holders to transact, transfer, and trade easily and smartly, and WandX is working to enable this ecosystem through smart crypto financial instruments.Abhinav RameshAbhinav is the Founder and CEO at WandX, a first-of-its-kind multi-blockchain DEX with a unique ‘basket’ trading protocol that allows one to buy into a collection of tokenized assets in a single transaction. In his earlier role at Ernst & Young, he was a management consultant working on supply chain transformation projects. He’s an Ironman finisher, and enjoys sports and reading in his spare time.Please submit your questions and/or upvote the best questions, and WandX’s Abhinav Ramesh will respond to the top questions for this 1 hour AMA. Founder & CEO Abhinav Ramesh AMA Wednesday, December 19th at 10am EDT was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 12. 19

The Aion Foundation Report

Below is a press release and a link to our first Aion Foundation Report. But before you read it, we would like to briefly explain why these types of initiatives are so important.In 2014, the world was forever changed as a new funding model powered by crypto-currency offered enthusiasts of decentralization the ability to bootstrap the creation of a new ownerless web. Since then, more than 1,000 projects have been funded, and we’ve seen real incremental innovation that keeps us optimistic. However …There have been misstepsFor a variety of reasons, many of these projects have not, or will not, deliver on their vision - leaving members of these communities questioning the movement altogether. For those projects that are still building, many exist within a black box, and their future remains uncertain.What needs to change?We believe reform must come from within, which is why we’re designing and promoting a new standard in transparency and accountability for decentralized projects.We hope that the Aion Foundation Report serves as a meaningful example of good governance. It is also our hope that others follow in our footsteps to lift this technology out of the fog of consumer uncertainty and into an era of mainstream adoption.What’s in the report?Our report opens with a letter from Matthew Spoke, CEO and Co-Founder of the Aion Project and a Director of the Aion Foundation. Matt’s letter speaks to the importance of transparency and why the Aion Foundation has chosen to take this step.The report then goes on to outline the organizational structure and finances of the Aion Foundation, and discusses its role in the broader Aion ecosystem.The Aion Foundation leaned heavily on the wisdom of Deloitte to produce a report that it hopes will serve as a standard for accountability and transparency for the entire industry.How We OperateHave a voice in thisIf you’d like to be an active participant in this conversation, we’ve opened a question period on Reddit to field questions. In the AMA style, we will answer top community questions on December 13th. See Reddit AMA below: RELEASEFor Immediate Release 5 December 2018Contact: hello@aion.orgAION FOUNDATION RELEASES FIRST INTRODUCTORY REPORTReport creates a new standard in transparency and accountability for blockchain projects(Cayman Islands) — The Aion Foundation announced today the public release of its first report detailing the creation of the foundation and its work, goals, financials and more.The Aion Foundation has long been an advocate for transparency in the blockchain industry.As decentralized systems evolve, so do the ways in which consumers interact with them — and it has become increasingly important to standardize public disclosure of metrics, operations, and financial realities.“This report is our way of sharing with our community, supporters, and everyone who may be interested — who we are, what we do, what we are about, how we are thinking about our work, our purpose, our mission, and the work that we are prioritizing,” said Matthew Spoke, CEO and Co-Founder of the Aion Project and a Director of the Aion Foundation.The report opens with a letter from Mr. Spoke, speaking to the importance of transparency and why the Aion Foundation has chosen to take this step. The report goes on to outline the organizational structure and finances of the Aion Foundation and discuss its role in the broader Aion ecosystem.The Aion Foundation partnered with Deloitte to produce the report. The Aion Foundation has made transparency a top priority, and hopes this report and future reports will serve as a standard for accountability and transparency for the industry.“For us, this is just the beginning — this is a conversation we intend to be having with our community for many years to come,” said Spoke.For anyone interested in being an active participant in this conversation, The Aion Foundation has opened a question period on Reddit to field questions. In the AMA style, the Aion team will answer top community questions on December 13th.###The Aion Foundation Report was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 12. 05

#AionSwap Final

After 12 weeks of amazing community participation and support, we have finally reached the end of the Aion Token Swap! these 12 weeks, we built an ecosystem of mobile, web, hardware and desktop wallets plus leading global and regional exchanges. Providing our community with multiple options and tools depending on their technical experience and preferences.We also launched the first Aion bridge, the Token Transfer bridge marking the first token swap to provide a trustless mechanism to migrate assets. We saw overwhelming adoption with over 95M AION crossing the Token Transfer bridge. Shout out to all the pioneers that swapped using the bridge!By putting our technology to the test and bringing together an engaged ecosystem of global partners and community members, we have completed the swap period with over 94% of ERC-20 tokens converted. This amazing participation in such a condensed period of time marks the Aion Token Swap as the most engaged token swap to date.As of November 30th, at 23:59:59 UTC the Swap will be officially over, and we will commence a recovery process for AION tokens.So, if you still haven’t swapped your AION Tokens to AION Coins, the easiest way for you to complete the swap is to use Changelly, just click the link below.Swap AION ERC20 to Mainnet | Changellyaion.changelly.comTo read more about Changelly supporting the AION Token swap, take a look at the article below.Wanna swap your AION ERC20 tokens to Aion Coin? Do it with Changelly! Hey there, Aion holders! We have a really good news to announce for each one of you who wants to seamlessly swap an old…medium.comExchanges Listing The AION CoinAION Coin can now be purchased or sold on the following exchanges.Binance — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Supporting The AION CoinAION Coin can now be held in the following wallets.Aion Wallet — — https://www.ledger.comCoinomi — — — (Beta) — Chrome Extension(Beta) — a complete list of all swap documentation, please review our Token Swap overview documentation.If you have any questions please reach out to Final was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 11. 30

Signals from the Void — An ...

Signals from the Void — An IntroductionAdvancing dialogue on important issues in Web3One year has passed since the inception of the Aion Project. In the time that has passed, we’ve grown the project to a headcount that exceeds sixty in regions all over the world. We launched a test-net, and subsequent main network with active miners across the globe. We built the fastVM for increased transaction throughput and bridged the Ethereum Network to the Aion Network. More importantly, we’ve grown up, into an ecosystem of contributors, builders, and maintainers.Along this journey, we’ve been listening closely to our community. A strong signal has formed around the desire for more external inclusiveness into how we think about this space and our role within it. Operating as we have has provided us with the opportunity to focus on our work and deliver exceptional software, however, it has reduced the diversity of thought that comes from a community of stakeholders lending their perspective and opinions on subject matter that ranges from the non-technical to the uber-technical.In the coming months we have big milestones that we’re excited to share, and we’ve decided to publish more of our thinking around why these milestones matter, why we’ve made decisions in the ways that we have, what it means for web3 in aggregate and how you can get involved in the conversation.By communicating a variety of perspectives on technology, operations, marketing, security, engineering, ecosystem growth and more we hope to provide the community with a stronger sense of why we exist and how we view our role as early (but not permanent) stewards of the quest to rebuild a broken internet.When we first approached the community for support in launching the Aion Project one year ago, we committed not only to an unwavering focus on engineering excellence but also to a higher standard of accountability and transparency. In building the foundational technologies that will power tomorrow’s internet, we intend to embed these principles into our organizational DNA, as well as our system design. — Matt Spoke, Founder of The Aion ProjectStay tuned for more in this series of posts under “Signals from the Void” — advancing dialogue on important issues in blockchain.Signals from the Void — An Introduction was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 11. 29

Aion Joins Open Source Disc...

Messari, an open-source cryptocurrency-focused version of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR database, is launching a disclosure registry for token-issuing projects to publicly share information that might otherwise be difficult to find.The Aion Network joins 11 other diverse, reputable projects all committed to transparency and self -regulation, in voluntarily disclosing basic information regarding our token design, supply details, technology audits, official communication channels, and relevant team members, investors, and advisors. These profiles can then be freely accessed industry-wide, providing a reliable, standardized resource to industry participants that is nonexistent today. Such basic data standards can facilitate diligence processes for crypto service providers like exchanges and wallets, retail and professional investors, and regulators alike.The Messari registry was announced at CoinDesk’s Consensus event and with the launch token projects will finally have a common platform that helps them better communicate material updates with both their existing communities and external stakeholders in a single, standardized interface.In its initial stages, the Messari team will on-board the projects themselves and facilitate disclosure accuracy. However, as the system grows the model will become a self-sustaining platform. Data on the registry will be publicly available, and Messari will even have an open API for free access to the disclosures.“The purpose of documented blockchain transparency is to move our industry towards true accountability” said Matt Spoke co- founder Aion, “and we see this registry as an important step in this process”.As the Aion Smart Contract Platform continues to onboard exciting new DApps and projects, it’s important for developers to know that Aion believes in being transparent, ethical and purposeful in engineering excellence and building the future we want.Aion Joins Open Source Disclosure Registry was originally published in Aion on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.


18. 11. 27

Transaction History
Transaction History Market Market Transaction volume Address
BCEX AION/BTC 110.10 760,333,209.25 Short cut
LATOKEN AION/ETH 87.31 151,549,294.18 Short cut
DragonEx AION/BTC 87.85 77,482,346.93 Short cut
CoinBene AION/BTC 87.27 41,690,137.56 Short cut
Binance AION/ETH 87.20 8,989,811.09 Short cut
Bilaxy AION/ETH 83.55 2,821,662.10 Short cut
Kucoin AION/ETH 87.06 611,369.25 Short cut
Bitrue AION/ETH 86.83 410,513.29 Short cut
Bitfinex AION/ETH 87.11 11,401.78 Short cut
BitForex AION/USDT 147.01 11,043.63 Short cut
RightBTC AION/ETH 493.59 4.44 Short cut
BITBOX AION/ETH 92.13 0.00 Short cut
Bancor Network AION/BNT 99.84 0.00 Short cut
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Binance Coin


24,683.32 KRW 0.77%

Bitcoin SV


146,612.68 KRW 2.26%



89,429.26 KRW 1.15%



56.07 KRW 2.00%



69.52 KRW 0.83%



18.70 KRW 0.08%

Huobi Token


4,809.80 KRW 0.22%



106,552.78 KRW 1.29%

Ethereum Classic


7,452.76 KRW 0.56%



1,187.76 KRW 1.05%



10,897.31 KRW 0.82%



556,114.42 KRW 1.93%

USD Coin


1,186.56 KRW 0.23%