SERO Mainnet First Anniversary Event

SERO Mainnet 1st Anniversary Event: SERO Blockchain Ecological Application Initially Implemented and SERO 2.0 Plan Demonstrated.

On 18th July, on the first anniversary of the launch of the Privacy Blockchain SERO Mainnet, the community meeting hosted by the SERO Foundation was held as scheduled in Shanghai. SERO co-founders and foundation directors all attended and announced the first anniversary of the mainnet. Discussions about mainnet progress, SERO technology prospect, and SERO DeFi system were reported.
SERO Co-founder Mr Jason Pope said: “The ecological application of the SERO blockchain has been initially implemented, including Korean banks, commercial payment, chain merchants and other industries”.

In terms of technology, SERO Co-founder Mr Durant Duan said: “The SERO 2.0 plan has been demonstrated and shared the journey of the 2.0 plan”.

Mr Tony Tang, SERO’s Global Chief Strategy Officer, said: “From the perspective of the blockchain, the SERO DeFi system has been divided into three major sectors, including DEX, POFID, and FinTrac.”

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What is SERO?

SERO is the world’s first privacy protection blockchain platform that uses zero-knowledge proof mechanism to truly achieve privacy protection. It supports smart contracts and allows DApp developers to develop commercial applications on the platform. SERO is also called as “Privacy Ethereum” by the community and has received early investments from LD Capital, Quantum Foundation, and former IDG partner Suyang Zhang.

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World’s first Zero-Knowledge Proof based Privacy Protection platform for decentralised applications which supports smart contract and uses SuperZK protocol.