StackOS – a decentralized cloud expert – and Neo — the most feature-complete blockchain platform – are joining forces to create a formidable team of applications and blockchain creators.
Neo has chosen StackOS as its exclusive Decentralized Cloud Provider for its entire ecosystem.
While StackOS is an open protocol that specializes in enabling individuals to collectively offer a decentralized cloud, Neo boasts of a feature-complete blockchain platform that can be leveraged for building decentralized applications.
With such a strategic partnership, services provided by both StackOs and Neo will be enhanced and be brought to a whole new level.
As an infrastructural protocol, StackOS and its decentralized cloud allow developers to deploy and host their applications. Despite being launched just a week ago, $STACK has already increased its market capitalization to around $10 million.
Already, StackOS is expected to play a pivotal role in Neo Hackathon, which will start middle of May.
Expressing with confidence, the founder of Neo, Da Hongfei, announced that StackOS would be incubated as its premier decentralized cloud solution on the blockchain.
“We welcome the addition of StackOS to the family of successful Neo incubated projects, which will also add value to the Neo ecosystem, enabling community developers to deploy applications in minutes on the decentralized cloud,” Hongfei said.
Vishnu Korde, StackOS chief executive officer and co-founder, was equally happy with the partnership:
“We aim to support Neo developers in connecting more easily to our platform, including allowing computing resources to be bought with Neo.”
Founded in 2014, Neo established itself as an open-source community-driven smart contract blockchain platform.
It is dubbed as “the most feature-complete” blockchain platform for building decentralized applications. It enables digitization and automation of asset management through smart contracts.
StackOs is dynamic, capable, and new, as a cross-chain open protocol that allows both individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer decentralized cloud.
Touted as “the unstoppable infrastructure protocol,” it gives everyone the chance to deploy their applications without shouldering heavy cloud management costs and run them the way they want to.
With the two platforms partnering, there is no doubt that the decentralized platform sphere will be surprised by the results they produce.
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