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Introducing the New Sync and Connex

Introducing the New Sync and Connex

After launching the VeChainThor mainnet our team continued the development needed to enhance the user experience of VeChain dApps and wallets. During the mainnet launch, some of you may have noticed on GitHub a project called Sync. Sync is a desktop user agent and wallet. With Sync we realized that we needed something new that lets users interact with dApps as if they were using applications that were not running on the blockchain. To tackle this issue, our development team spent months building the New Sync. Now Sync is a dApp running environment and wallet for desktop, compatible with Connex, a newly defined standard interface connecting dApps with the VeChainThor blockchain and users. Today, we are so excited to share this with the world as it significantly enhances the dApp development and user experience.

The New Sync v1.0

The New Sync provides a seamless experience for users and developers. It enables developers and users to focus on the content itself, rather than understanding how blockchain works. e.g., users no longer need to synchronize blockchain data before using it and the transaction process is also simplified. Also, the certificate of identification and agreement functions provide an easy method for dApps to verify the user’s identity and collect user’s consent of dApp terms.

The New Sync provides users with another option in addition to the Chrome+Comet method to access dApps on the VeChainThor blockchain. The New Sync encompasses a dApp browser, integrated VeChain wallet, and Connex APIs, which are designed to provide superior user experiences for dApps on the VeChainThor blockchain. It serves as the infrastructure to provide the unlimited potential to developers and their users with the apps that can be accessed in the New Sync. A few projects such as insight (a serverless VeChain explorer), inspector (a tool that allows you to deploy and interact with the contract) and Energy Station (an d...

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