Neon EVM Community Sale Sells out in 29 Minutes – Registering 717k Participants

PRESS RELEASE. Neon EVM is an Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) on Solana, offering developers the seamless integration of Ethereum dApps within the Solana ecosystem. By eliminating the gap between these two leading blockchains, Neon EVM empowers Ethereum developers to leverage the speed, low transaction costs, and parallel transaction execution capabilities of Solana.

The community sale, hosted on CoinList, allowed individuals to participate in this major ecosystem innovation. With 50,000,000 tokens available at a price of $0.10 per token, the sale attracted a substantial influx of 717,320 registrations from individuals keen to secure their interest in the Neon EVM’s groundbreaking solution.

It is important to note that the Neon EVM Community Sale was not open to persons or residents from restricted jurisdictions, including the United States, Canada, China, and other similar jurisdictions, who did not have the right or access to participate in the token sale.

Neon EVM’s key features include support for familiar Ethereum developer tools and languages such as Solidity, Vyper, Metamask, Remix, Hardhat, and Truffle. Couple these with high throughput and low-cost transactions, and Neon EVM makes the Solana network an attractive choice for Ethereum developers.

The success of the Neon EVM Community Sale is a significant milestone in the evolution of the Solana ecosystem, as it indicates that there is strong interest in the Neon EVM and other high-performance solutions that enable easy implementation of multichain dApps. Neon EVM’s pioneering technology positions Solana as a viable and vibrant option for developers — an ecosystem previously untapped by EVM multichain dApps.

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