P2P.org is thrilled to announce the release of our latest feature, the Staking API.
Our new product lets you kickstart robust staking solutions as part of your own product offering, backed with comprehensive analytical tools, providing unparalleled insights into staking activities and volumes.
Additionally, powerful dashboards, enriched with granular data, enabling informed decision-making and better strategies for your teams. These analytical capabilities simplify tax and financial obligations, ensuring compliance while keeping you on top of your staking strategy for your users. Let's jump into some of the key features.
A Gateway to Robust Infrastructure
P2P.org's Staking API isn't just a new feature to our already robust portfolio of tools and services. It's a gateway to a high-performance validator infrastructure for your business. Staking API offers a seamless avenue to stake assets on our industry leading platform.
Security is always our number one priority. We've designed the Staking API with security measures that surpass industry norms, stringent Service Level Agreements (SLAs), comprehensive slashing protection, and various insurance options. Additionally, we've gone a step further by creating a unique insurance bundle that combines traditional insurance policies, blockchain-based alternative insurance, and an internal P2P.org treasury fund, providing optimal protection for your stakes.
Simplicity at Its Best
Staking API is user-friendly and readily accessible, thanks to comprehensive documentation, multi-language code examples, and a straightforward workflow. We've taken extensive measures to simplify staking, enabling easy navigation of the DeFi ecosystem.
You can review the API documentation here: https://docs.p2p.org/docs
We're committed to delivering excellent customer service at P2P.org. With dedicated private Telegram chat support and round-the-clock node monitoring, we're always here to assist you on your staking journey and integration requirements to get you set up with ease.
Tailored Staking Strategies
With our Staking API, you can customize your staking strategy to suit your unique needs. Advanced node configuration lets you define node requirements, location, MEV relay, and much more. This flexibility enables a personalized staking experience tailored to your preferences and helps you build a tailored staking strategy to meet regulatory needs in an ever changing environment.
Comprehensive Analytical Tools
In the age of big data, having comprehensive analytical tools at your fingertips can be a game-changer. Our Staking API delivers just that. Its insightful dashboard provides granular data about your staking activities and total volume, supported by real-time monitoring via our Data API. This powerful feature keeps you informed about the status of your assets at all times, allowing you to make data-driven decisions.
Easy Integration for Greater Innovation
For busy teams, time is always of the essence and a valuable commodity to any company. That's why we've designed our Staking API for quick and easy integration. Our thorough API documentation includes multiple code examples to expedite your integration process. Easy-to-follow guides allow your development team to get to grips with our integration requirements easily and efficiently.
Staking API isn't only about ease of use, it's also about flexibility. A single integration allows clients to streamline all their networks, saving substantial time and resources. This added convenience accelerates your product offering, letting you focus on business goals and growth.
The Future of Staking
Our mission is to propel a decentralized future, rooted in our conviction that custodians, wallets, and exchanges should not just observe, but actively participate in this transformational era for both crypto-native and traditional finance businesses. By providing a platform that opens a gateway to the immense potential of staking, we're enabling you to take a pivotal role in shaping the future of decentralized finance. With our Staking API, you can provide staking services to your customers, diversify your staking strategies, increase your revenue streams, and simplify integration processes across different networks.
With P2P.org's Staking API, we are elevating the staking space, providing an all in one solution that is powerful, secure, easy to use, and adaptable to your needs. We invite you to join us on this exciting journey as we continue to shape the future of staking, turning passion into performance at P2P.org.
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<p></p><p><strong>Introduction</strong><br></p><p>P2P.org, are excited to reveal our latest collaboration as a validator - stepping into the influential role of Mainnet Verified Operator for the SSV Limited Mainnet Launch. This significant stride enables us to directly contribute to the implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT) and bolster Ethereum's decentralized staking landscape.<br></p><p><strong>P2P.org as SSV Network Mainnet Verified Operator</strong><br></p><p>P2P.org’s involvement in SSV network as a Mainnet Verified Operator (MVO) isn't just a mere participation; it's an active contribution to shaping the future of decentralized validation inline with our vision for a more decentralized future for all. <br></p><p>Currently, the SSV Network is in a limited launch, where only verified operators are contributing to the launch, and stakes originate from the SSV core team. This phase ensures that the system undergoes rigorous testing and refinement, laying the foundation for a more extensive and inclusive public launch.<br></p><p>The public launch is set for an early Q4 launch, but several crucial steps must be completed to ensure that the SSV Network is ready for widespread use such as the essential process of bringing validators onto the network. This step is pivotal in building the network's strength and readiness for public participation. After that, P2P.org will analyse the performance within the network to see where improvements can be made as a validator. Our relentless focus on excellence during this period sets us apart and will play a key role in defining our contribution to the SSV Network.<br></p><p>As a MVO, P2P.org & SSV Network are set to redefine Ethereum staking with the integration of DVT into the P2P.org platform. This integration propels our value proposition to institutional investors, framing us as the go-to platform for a diverse suite of staking services. <br></p><p>Ethereum staking, historically, has posed a daunting challenge to those wanting to set up validator infrastructure, due to its necessity for niche knowledge and extensive time commitment to manage validators. Consequently, many stakers prefer to delegate the staking process to infrastructure providers like us. While this approach has proved fruitful on other networks, Ethereum's staking process continues to be intricate. DVT strives to resolve these intricacies, instilling trust and bolstering security by decentralizing validator responsibilities and key management duties among multiple operators.<br></p><p>P2P.org's status as a Mainnet Verified Operator with SSV Network is due to several key assessment criteria, notably, operations experience such as being active for over 90 days in testnet, above average performance, client diversity and runs nodes on other chanis. P2P.org meets this criteria and our experience has been reinforced by our successful testing on the Jato v1 testnet, and subsequently, the Jato v2. The latter serves as the current testnet and the last pitstop before the mainnet. Our readiness for the mainnet launch, in terms of infrastructure and operator performance, is impeccable. Our performance statistics reflect our standing as one of the top performers among SSV operators, as seen here: <a href="https://goerli.explorer.ssv.network/operators/30?ref=p2p.org">https://goerli.explorer.ssv.network/operators/30</a>.<br></p><p>As we prepare for the mainnet launch, we're eagerly looking forward to the integration of Maximum Extractable Value (MEV) by the SSV team. This is the final piece of the puzzle that will complete our DVT offering and boost its functionality. The integration of MEV will ensure optimal staking performance and profitability, cementing our position as a frontrunner in the DVT revolution.<br></p><p>Our progress and readiness underscore our commitment to providing innovative staking solutions, promising a smooth transition into the new era of decentralized staking. <br></p><p><strong>DVT and the Future of Decentralization</strong><br></p><p>DVT enhances Ethereum's security and optimizes staking operations. The architecture of Ethereum's staking requires each validator node to lock 32 ETH as collateral to earn rewards. The node's collateral can be slashed as a penalty for unethical behaviors such as transaction manipulation. However, slashing is typically due to operational risks including poor key management or failing to sign transactions. DVT mitigates these risks by improving validator redundancy.<br></p><p>The trustlessness of the staking process, an essential feature of blockchain technology, is also enhanced by DVT. Although the traditional outsourcing of staking to infrastructure providers is non-custodial, there is still an inherent level of trust required. DVT reduces this need for trust by distributing key management duties and validator responsibilities.<br></p><p>For investors beginning with ETH staking, the limited diversification in terms of setup and providers can be discouraging. DVT addresses this concern by enabling clients to diversify their staking provider portfolio, thus reducing operational risks.<br></p><p><strong>P2P.org's Core Values as a Mainnet Verified Operator</strong><br></p><p>As a Mainnet Verified Operator, we pledge to uphold our core values, summarized by the acronym STATS:<br></p><p>Security: We prioritize the protection of your staked assets and personal data. Our non-custodial staking capabilities and secure infrastructure ensure maximum security and performance.<br></p><p>Transparency: We commit to maintaining transparency in our actions and governance decisions. We share all pertinent financial and project-related data with our community.<br></p><p>Asset Rewards: We aim to maximize value and high returns for our clients by leveraging our industry expertise to support successful networks and execute smart governance.<br></p><p>Technology: We pride ourselves on our comprehensive knowledge of supported staking networks and our high-performing staking infrastructure, which boasts an average network uptime of over 99%.<br></p><p>Smart Governance: We firmly believe in decentralization and the potential of blockchain to form the digital world's foundation. We represent your interests within each network when you're unable to do so.<br></p><p>By embracing the role of Mainnet Verified Operator and leveraging DVT's benefits, we look forward to fostering a more secure, efficient, and decentralized Ethereum staking ecosystem. As we embark on this journey, we thank you for your continued trust and support. Join us as we chart the path to a more robust and resilient staking experience for Ethereum.<br></p><p><strong>What does this mean for the future of staking?</strong><br></p><p>ETH staking inherently involves risks associated with dependence on a single provider. While the provider performs staking operations, the staker can face significant operational risks, as well as slashing penalties inherent in the Ethereum network's staking mechanism. At P2P.org, we have always strived to minimize these risks with slashing protection that offers maximum staking coverage, and now with DVT, we can extend this protection further to our clients.<br></p><p>Our protective measures include an 80% slashing coverage as default and an option for a 100% slashing coverage. For clients staked with 320+ ETH, we ensure coverage of slashed amounts from our fund limited by 12 months of P2P-related service fee, in the unfortunate event of a slashing occurrence. Our insurance covers 80% of slashing incidents with a higher limit of $3.5M, while a premium plan provides 100% coverage with no limits. To date, we have a record of zero slashing events and offer five technical levels of slashing protection along with customized slashing coverage options.<br></p><p>DVT offers an innovative approach to tackle these risks by enabling users to diversify their staking provider portfolio. This strategy dramatically reduces the impact of downtime or failures associated with a single provider, making DVT a compelling proposition for institutional adoption of ETH staking.<br></p><p>From a security standpoint, DVT reimagines staking by partitioning the staking private key, storing different segments with various providers, thus thwarting unauthorized access. It also mitigates the risk of validator mismanagement leading to slashing penalties and loss of staked ETH. It achieves this by distributing the duties of a single validator amongst a network of nodes that must reach consensus before signing any message, significantly improving validator redundancy and slashing protection.<br></p><p>While operating ETH staking validators, achieving a balance between performance and security often poses a challenge. Slashing penalties are a constant threat, while compromised keys pose significant security risks. DVT addresses these concerns by enhancing resilience against failures, attacks, and operational risks, effectively optimizing both performance and security.<br></p><p>Furthermore, DVT's influence on staking Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is encouraging. Early tests suggest that DVT setups can match the validator effectiveness of traditional setups, with the prospect of even further improvements on the horizon. DVT setups with SSV and Obol have demonstrated reliable and accurate attestations, underscoring the effectiveness and potential of DVT.<br></p><p>In conclusion, DVT is an influential tool in transforming the staking process, reducing risk, and enhancing performance and security. As we continue to advocate for and adopt DVT, we invite you to join us on this thrilling journey towards a new era of decentralized staking.<br></p>
<p>A virtual machine functions like a physical computer, allowing applications and operating systems to be run on it. The largest smart contract development platform, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), utilizes the computational power of a network of nodes distributed worldwide.<br></p><p>The Ethereum network is by far the biggest and most popular smart contract network, so there is immense utility in developing EVM-compatible applications. By creating an EVM-compatible blockchain, a lot of developer attention can be captured, allowing some of these dApps to be ported over from the Ethereum network.<br></p><p>Neon EVM is an Ethereum virtual machine on Solana, developed by Neon Labs, that allows Ethereum-based smart contracts and dApps to take advantage of Solana native functionalities. <br></p><p><strong>Neon EVM</strong><br></p><p>The Ethereum virtual machine (EVM) does not exist as a tangible machine but as an entity maintained by all the nodes running the Ethereum client. More than a decentralized ledger typically used to define blockchains, the EVM defines the rules by which changes happen from block to block. In essence, the EVM functions as a decentralized computer which allows smart contracts to exist on the Ethereum Network. From DeFI to games and other dApps in the ecosystem, the EVM allows these to function.<br></p><p>While Ethereum bolsters the biggest on-chain economy of any blockchain, gas fees and transaction speeds can be counterproductive to the development of its ecosystem. In comparison, Solana allows users to transact at low cost and at faster rates thanks to its ability to process transactions in parallel. A highly optimized EVM chain can process up to 1,500 transactions per second (TPS), whilst Solana can reach upwards of 50,000 TPS.</p><p>One of the challenges when developing a blockchain ecosystem is attracting developers to work on it. The difference in programming languages and developing tools used by both chains makes porting popular Ethereum-based applications to the Solana network a difficult task. By making Solana EVM compatible, Ethereum developers can make use of their already existing code base and expertise on the Solana network.<br></p><p><strong>How does Neon EVM work?</strong><br></p><p>Neon EVM is an on-chain solution that works by wrapping Ethereum-like transactions into Solana transactions and then sending them to the Solana network. One of Ethereum's limiting factors is how transactions are processed. Solidity smart contracts need to be executed sequentially so that only one contract at a time can modify the blockchain state.</p><p>In contrast, Solana allows for parallel execution of transactions through a functionality called Sealevel, which uses as many cores as are available to the validator. Because Solana transactions describe all the states a transaction will read or write during its execution, they can be processed in parallel, thus avoiding unwanted overlaps.<br></p><p>Neon EVM enables any Ethereum native application to run on Solana without requiring any changes to its codebase. Developers can continue to write smart contracts in Solidity, and users can continue to use MetaMask. Anyone using Neon EVM can port over Ethereum transactions to Solana. This approach allows popular applications such as Uniswap, Curve and MakerDAO to be built natively on Solana with much less friction and resources. This reduces development requirements and time savings while granting access to Solana's large liquidity. <br></p><p><strong>What are Neon EVM key features?</strong><br></p><ul><li>For each Solana token, an <strong>ERC20 SPL-Wrapper</strong> contract can be deployed and Ethereum wallets such as Metamask can be used to transfer funds in Solana tokens.</li><li>The <strong>ERC20 SPL-Bridge</strong> can generate a Solana token representing the corresponding ERC20 token in the SPL-token contract.</li><li>Neon EVM operators can be paid in an ERC-20 token designated by the user for completing transactions, which adds an extra layer of flexibility.</li><li>Gas consumption is done according to Ethereum rules.</li><li>Neon EVM keeps track of any hard forks and upgrades on Ethereum and Solana. This is a crucial aspect since any potential changes to the network codebase could be disruptive.<br></li></ul><p><strong>Neon Web3 Proxy</strong><br></p><p>Neon EVM Proxy operators are key players in the Neon EVM ecosystem. They run special servers, known as Neon Proxies, that enable Ethereum-based applications (dApps) to function seamlessly on the Solana network with minimal reconfiguration. The primary task of a proxy operator is to set up and manage these Neon Proxy servers. They provide an interface that accepts transactions formed according to Ethereum rules, transform Ethereum-like transactions into a series of Solana transactions, and ensures these transactions are successfully executed on the Solana network, enabling dApps to benefit from the speed and efficiency of the Solana network.<br></p><p>Neon EVM proxy operators are crucial in enabling Ethereum-based applications to run smoothly on Solana's network. As they manage Neon Proxy servers, they incur transaction costs on Solana, paid in lamports, for executing the Solana portion of Neon EVM users' transactions. To compensate for these costs, Neon EVM automatically retrieves an equivalent amount of ERC-20 tokens from the users plus a small additional fee, which is shared between the operators and the Neon treasury. Initially, users will only pay these fees in Neon tokens, but as per the project roadmap, they will eventually be able to choose from any supported ERC-20 tokens. While these fees are minimal from a user's perspective, they can accumulate to a significant sum for proxy operators, depending on the number of Neon EVM users and their activity level. Therefore, this fee structure covers the operational costs of the proxy operators and serves as a revenue stream for the Neon proxy operators and the Neon DAO treasury, making it a pivotal part of the Neon EVM economy.<br></p><p><strong>Why is P2P.org working with Neon Labs?</strong><br></p><ol><li>P2P.org endorses Neon EVM and supports its crucial role as a proxy operator, enabling Ethereum-like transactions to be efficiently executed on the Solana network. Recognizing the importance of cross-compatibility, P2P.org provides a robust infrastructure to facilitate the smooth operation of the Neon EVM, thereby ensuring seamless interaction of Ethereum-based applications on the Solana network.</li><li>P2P.org backs Neon EVM as it empowers Ethereum developers to build brand-new blockchain products, only possible on Solana, with much less friction and resources using familiar tools, such as Ethereum wallets and Solidity smart contracts. We believe that Neon EVM widens Solana's appeal, stimulates advanced dApp development, and fuels broader network adoption and evolution of DeFi space. In promoting competition across networks, P2P.org aims to drive the creation of superior end-user products.</li><li>Aligning with P2P.org's mission to increase blockchain technologies adoption and enhance user's DeFi experience, Solana-based Neon EVM's high throughput, low transaction costs, and user-friendly features, such as choosing a wrapped ERC-20 token for fee payment bring more flexibility, adaptability, speed, and a superior user experience to the blockchain ecosystem.<br></li></ol><p><strong>How Neon EVM could benefit the Solana ecosystem</strong><br></p><ul><li><strong>Drives liquidity</strong>: Neon EVM could create an additional inflow of liquidity to Solana, enhancing the robustness of its financial ecosystem.</li><li><strong>Expands user base</strong>: bringing existing large Ethereum DeFi protocols to Solana can significantly increase its user base, enabling users to leverage their established understanding of these protocols in a new environment.</li><li><strong>Promotes cross-compatibility:</strong> Neon EVM, by transforming Ethereum-like transactions for execution on the Solana network, contributes to enhancing the cross-compatibility between different blockchain protocols. This fosters a more interconnected and efficient blockchain ecosystem, paving the way for a more cooperative future in the decentralized world.</li><li><strong>Enhances dApp development</strong>: it enables the development of new high-load and sophisticated dApps on Solana using familiar tools. This opens up new possibilities for applications that can leverage Solana's high transaction speed and low costs.</li><li><strong>Boosts developer flexibility</strong>: Neon EVM provides more flexibility for smart contract developers, enabling them to deploy Ethereum-compatible applications on Solana without altering their codebase.</li><li><strong>Enables scalability: </strong>by leveraging Solana's ability to process transactions in parallel, Neon EVM provides an environment where Ethereum applications can be deployed and scaled effectively. This enhancement in performance is opening new avenues for the existing Ethereum protocols to operate at greater capacities.<br></li></ul><p><strong>Projects that are supporting Neon EVM</strong></p><ol><li>Sobal: Sobal is a project focused on forking the Balancer V2 protocol for deployment on Neon EVM. After thorough testing on Devnet, Sobal is advancing to the Neon EVM on Solana Mainnet.</li><li>Elk Finance: As a decentralized cross-chain liquidity network, Elk Finance enables users to conduct token trades and earn rewards.</li><li>Lever Finance: Acting as a multifunctional decentralized platform, Lever Finance offers leveraged trading, liquidity provision, farming, lending, and borrowing in the DeFi ecosystem.</li><li>Thetanuts: Thetanuts Finance is a front-runner in DeFi structured products protocol designed to generate diverse, organic yields. The platform caters to DAOs for treasury management and aids retail traders in earning organic yields on their assets.</li><li>DxSale: DxSale, a decentralized launchpad, can conduct token crowd sales with zero coding. It offers features such as presale setup and decentralized locking.</li><li>Protofire (Safe): Protofire, a development partner of Gnosis Safe, has helped develop the technology behind Gnosis Safe Multisig—a customizable Ethereum-based crypto wallet. This wallet allows access to DeFi apps and secure asset management through multi-signature confirmation requirements.</li><li>Robonomics: Robonomics is a unique open-source platform for IoT applications. It facilitates the exchange of technical and economic information through atomic transactions among user applications, IoT services, and robotics.</li><li>Kana Labs: Kana Labs offers a DeFi super app designed to demystify DeFi for all users. The app allows users to send/receive tokens, swap, stake, lend, and borrow across multiple blockchain networks such as Solana, Aptos, Neon, and Polygon.</li><li>xDAO: xDAO provides an easy-to-use platform for creating and managing decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) and the joint management of crypto assets.</li><li>Moraswap: MoraSwap, the first automated market maker (AMM) built on Neon EVM, brings high-speed, low-cost transactions to its users.</li><li>Powerpool: Powerpool is a unique protocol that allows governance token (GT) holders to lend, pool, borrow GTs, and generate income from it.</li><li>GhostNFT: GhostNFT is at the forefront of the NFT 2.0 standard, which enables asset-backed NFTs. This includes features such as sustainable NFT royalties backed by tangible assets and additional revenue streams for NFT collection creators.</li><li>Yin Finance: YIN Finance is a versatile NFT liquidity management platform. It allows users to utilize the project's strategy for effective high-yield liquidity management across different public chains and decentralized exchanges.</li><li>Poolz Finance: Poolz Finance is a decentralized swapping protocol empowering startups and project owners with the ability to auction their tokens to bootstrap liquidity.</li><li>Math Wallet: Math Wallet is a comprehensive, multi-platform cryptocurrency wallet that supports storage for all major blockchain tokens.</li><li>Etherspot: Etherspot offers an Account Abstraction SDK, promoting a seamless Web3 user experience. It caters to the needs of decentralized applications, game, and wallet developers through its multi-chain, self-custody smart contract wallet platform.</li><li>Zerion: Zerion Wallet is a secure, open-source, non-custodial cryptocurrency wallet. It acts as a Web3 Crypto Wallet with NFT and DeFi Portfolio Tracker.<br></li></ol><p><strong>How to start using Neon EVM?</strong><br></p><p>NEON token is necessary to make transactions in the Neon EVM as it is used as gas required for covering the Neon EVM transaction fees (more tokens will be supported in the future), so ensure you have enough NEON tokens for your planned activities. Here's an instruction on how to get Neon tokens and transfer them to Neon EVM:<br></p><p>1. <strong>Purchase NEON tokens</strong>: buy NEON tokens from CEXes such as Gate.io, ByBit, or CoinList.</p><p>2.<strong> Transfer NEON tokens to a Solana-compatible wallet</strong>: create or open a Solana-compatible wallet like Phantom / Solflare / Key App and copy the wallet address. Withdraw NEON from your CEX wallet to the Solana wallet following the instructions provided by the CEX platform.</p><p>3. <strong>Setup an EVM-compatible wallet</strong>: install an EVM-compatible wallet like MetaMask in your browser and set up your wallet:<br></p><p><em>Option A: Automatic Setup with Chainlist.org</em></p><ol><li>Install MetaMask extension and create a wallet.</li><li>Go to <a href="https://chainlist.org/?search=Neon+EVM+MainNet&testnets=false&ref=p2p.org">https://chainlist.org/?search=Neon+EVM+MainNet&testnets=false</a>.</li><li>Click "Connect Wallet" to allow Chainlist to automatically select the Neon Proxy operator for you or choose an operator you prefer from the dropdown list and click the "Connect Wallet" link near its RPC server address.</li><li>Follow MetaMask prompts to connect.</li></ol><p><em>Option B: Manual Configuration</em></p><ol><li>Install MetaMask extension and create a wallet.</li><li>In MetaMask, click the circle in the top right and select "Settings".</li><li>Select "Networks", then "Add Network".</li><li>Fill in the fields:</li></ol><ul><li>Network Name: "Neon EVM MainNet"</li><li>New RPC URL: use one of the Neon Proxy operators RPC server addresses that you can find on Chainlist by expanding the dropdown list: <a href="https://chainlist.org/?search=Neon+EVM+MainNet&testnets=false&ref=p2p.org">https://chainlist.org/?search=Neon+EVM+MainNet&testnets=false</a>.</li><li>We recommend using P2P.org's RPC server address as one of the most reliable options: <a href="https://neon-proxy-mainnet.solana.p2p.org/?ref=p2p.org">https://neon-proxy-mainnet.solana.p2p.org</a></li><li>Chain ID: 245022926</li><li>Currency Symbol: NEON</li><li>Block Explorer URL (optional): <a href="https://neonscan.org/?ref=p2p.org">https://neonscan.org</a></li></ul><p>5. Click "Save".<br></p><p>4. <strong>Use NeonPass to transfer NEON to Neon EVM</strong>: once the NEON tokens are in your Solana-compatible wallet, use the NeonPass (<a href="https://neonpass.live/?ref=p2p.org">https://neonpass.live</a>) transfer interface to move your tokens to Neon EVM. You can cover the transaction cost in NEON or SOL tokens. After completion, your funds will be available on the Neon EVM network, i.e., in your EVM-compatible wallet.<br></p><p>5. <strong>Start Using NEON on Neon EVM</strong>: now that your NEON tokens are in your EVM-compatible wallet on the Neon EVM, you can start using them for transaction costs or other uses in the Neon EVM ecosystem (you will be able to interact with the protocols deployed on the Neon EVM via corresponding dApps using Metamask). You can find the protocols that are supported by Neon EVM here: <a href="https://neonfoundation.io/ecosystem?ref=p2p.org">https://neonfoundation.io/ecosystem</a></p>