03 May 2018
The primary goal of Neon exchange or NEX has always been to provide a decentralised exchange that will identify and utilise only those high performance parameters of traditional centralized exchanges with the better security properties and trust of more conventional decentralized exchanges. NEX comprises of three basic components and these include;
For improved user interaction within any dApp ecosystem there must be an avenue for proper exchange. Neon exchange becomes absolutely key in the following circumstances;
With the NEX extension these user interactions amongst others are absolutely possible to achieve. NEX extension is actually the first ever browser extension capable of managing assets spread over different blockchains. It ensures that through a steady API, web dApps can properly interact with assets.
Neon exchange helps users have better control of their assets. It does this by providing a cryptocurrency wallet equipped with interesting features such as;
The NEX extension ensures that users can interact smoothly with decentralised websites using APIs. A couple of APIs include:
User Private Information – The NEX extension will give websites an opportunity to retrieve and populate user private details into one page. Information such as user’s contact address or their NEO address can be easily obtained. However, a user must have given permission to a domain before it can have access to their private information.
API allows websites to initiate transactions – With the API calls to the NEX extension there will be a new extension window which will be pre-filled with accurate transaction details. This works fine for websites designed for online shopping where users can make one-click buys once the transaction is validated and approved by the user.
With the newly released NEX extension 0.1.13 you have the following upgrade to earlier released versions:
There is an automatic update available for those users that have already installed earlier versions of NEX extension.
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