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James ‘jl777’ Lee builds a proxy token gateway on the NXT platform that lets users trade NXT to BTC and other popular cryptocurrencies without trusted third parties.
The NXT platform makes a series of major codebase upgrades that are not backward compatible. As a result, all of jl777’s backend code is no longer working.
Understanding the flaws of a single-chain platform architecture, jl777 issues his Blockchain Declaration of Independence and founds the Komodo Platform.
The Komodo ICO begins, raising funds to make Komodo’s remarkable multi-chain vision a reality. Komodo’s ICO lasts 35 days and brings in a total of 2,639 BTC.
The Komodo mainnet is launched, delivering on what was promised: Bitcoin-level security, zero-knowledge privacy, and independent blockchain creation.
Komodo releases the first iteration of its atomic swap powered DEX, allowing rudimentary peer-to-peer swaps among BTC-protocol coins from a CLI.
The Komodo team integrates Electrum SPV server support for atomic swaps, making it possible to do atomic swaps without downloading full blockchains.
Komodo implements the Custom Consensus framework, allowing Turing-complete code to modify a blockchain’s consensus rules on a case-by-case basis.
Komodo releases Agama wallet on mobile for both Android and iOS and integrates ETH and over 100 ERC-20 tokens to the desktop version of Agama.
Komodo successfully activated the largest-ever update to the Komodo code base, providing a huge technology boost to the entire ecosystem.