NEW YEAR, NEW POP!
As a new year dawns upon us, many people are focusing on predicting the future macro markets. Is there going to be another strong bull market year, or will perhaps the feds raise rates and force people to reduce their crypto positions. At POP!, we pay no attention to macro market theories due to our firm belief that our product is something that the DeFi world requires. We are seven days into the new year, and as that might not sound like a lot of time, it has already given us enough chance to complete several achievements.
During the holiday season, our focus was on ALBT, predominately at their ALBT bridge and the process of the bridge. Having prepared the process of bridging POP! to two new networks, we have stumbled upon a few anomalies in the smart contract. Our devs are now working tirelessly to plug these issues before setting up a date with an audit company.
The further process was also achieved at our brand new POP! UI build, where we can again provide you with a sneak peek. As it’s evident from the graphic, you can see that we are continuing in the style of “dark pink” due to the fact that we like the new, more professional business style look. Currently, there are no deadlines set when it comes to the UI update, but we are expecting it to launch parallel with multichain POP!.
In conclusion, 2022 should be a strong year for POP! no doubt both mechanically and in growth. There has also been increasing movement in crypto about DeFi, which will be of great help once we are ready to deploy.
POP! is a platform that allows 2 projects to objectively display mutual trust and commitment to each other, by locking their respective tokens together and creating a trustless Mutual Liquidity Pool (MLP). In addition, it grants POP! users the opportunity to provide single-sided liquidity, in the form of their favourite token, by matching them with another POP! user and adding their joint liquidity into the MLP.
Powered by Faculty Group, POP! aims to set a new golden standard with regards to partnerships, and how they are perceived in the digital asset ecosystem.