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14 Jan, 9 tweets, 3 min read
Dear Community, over the last few weeks we have aligned internally for the next major steps in 2022. We hope you're all just as excited as we are for the coming months. Now it’s time for a thread sharing our thoughts for 2022. Read on down below 👇
First of all, we’ve seen that blockchain interoperability gained a lot of momentum already for 2022, being covered in recent reports by @MessariCrypto, @Cointelegraph and by opinion leaders, such as @VitalikButerin, who tweeted recently:
While this momentum excites us and is something that we expected anyway, we do not lose track of our mission of connecting fragmented blockchains. We will briefly outline how interoperability can even accelerate and improve current and upcoming trends such as Web 3.0 or NFTs.
We are currently in the alpha of the Pantos network, which will serve as the first step towards a global standard for multi-chain tokens. As such, Pantos is already the first multi-chain Token out there as envisioned, which can move between Ethereum and BSC test networks.
While in the first phase, our solution will support token transfers between Ethereum and BSC in a command-line interface, we are already working on adding more blockchains soon, such as @solana, @Cardano and @terra_money.
Furthermore, we will be introducing a graphical user interface in the form of a web app to access Pantos’ function.
We strongly believe in Open-Source development and we are confident of soon seeing the first community projects i.e. building DApps across different blockchain platforms or creating their own multi-chain tokens.
We have already read some amazing ideas and are happy to see more discussions about them on our social channels. We can’t wait to see what the new year will bring!
So, what’s your expectation for 2022 and beyond and what do you want us to put the most focus on?

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29 Oct 21
Let’s talk about the really interesting stuff! Today, we will take a closer look at what to expect from the upcoming Pantos Prototype as a Service node provider.
For the beta-testing phase, we will provide a command-line interface for Ethereum and BSC tokens, augmented with service node interaction functions.
Any token that implements the “Pantos Base Token” function can be registered to allow cross-chain transfers between the registered blockchains. Interested projects can already reach out to us in order to be amongst the first to receive more information.
Read 8 tweets
25 Aug 21
Pantos service nodes will be the first part of the Pantos network where PAN holders can contribute with services provided in exchange for service fees. Read today for some details 👇
To improve the security of the Pantos network we distinguish between Pantos oracle nodes and Pantos service nodes. To transfer PAN from one blockchain to another, an interested party can delegate the required on-chain transactions to a service node.
Pantos service nodes publish their conditions on-chain or via a broadcast channel. These conditions usually include transaction duration, the available collateral and transaction costs. Parties interested in using the Pantos network can choose a service node to their liking.
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18 Aug 21
Last week, we released our update on Oracle Scalability. In that post, we also deep-dived into the first possible use cases for the PAN token, but how would an actual token transfer work in this current approach and what are the use cases for the PAN token?
Please be aware that the explained proceedings are not finalised and contain theoretical figures. We are still researching several different approaches, as our protocol requires a certain amount of flexibility in order to ensure the best outcome.
Alice, a Pantos client, wants to send 100 PAN from her Ethereum address to a BSC address. A Pantos service node picks up the request and executes the required on-chain transactions. The Pantos oracle ensures that the cross-blockchain communication is verified.
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1 Jul 21
We are happy to share that a research paper on smart contract invocation across different blockchains co-authored by our CDL-BOT Head, Stefan Schulte, was accepted to the IEEE International Conference on Decentralized Applications and Infrastructures 2021:
Scientific publications follow a rigorous scheme. For fixed deadlines, researchers submit their findings formatted for a specific workshop, conference or journal. These documents are then reviewed by anonymous peers, which serves as a basis for accepting a paper for publication.
Aside from citation, formatting and general scientific work rules, academic research papers are required to provide novel and profound insights. Some papers make it to publication directly and some need a few rounds of reviewing, while some simply become outdated.
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