Polymath’s Director of Technology, Adam Dossa (@AdamAID), was recently interviewed and touched upon on security tokens, how he got into crypto, and gave some development updates regarding Polymath. He said that mid-November the community can expect an upgrade from the 1.4 version of the project’s Mainnet to 2.0, which will have a
“whole bunch of new exciting features and modules”.
One of those modules includes working with MakerDAO on providing pricing oracles so Polymath can denominate in USD on its platform.
Polymath also recently announced their cooperation with tZero, a blockchain-based subsidiary of the internet retailer Overstock. According to the announcement tZero officially issued their own security tokens through the Polymath platform.
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