- With Cosmos’ added interoperability, projects in the Cosmos Hub will be able to exchange data and tokens with each other.
- The announcement has generated attention because it will foster economic collaboration through the blockchain ecosystem.
- ATOM looks primed for a bullish breakout, as a particular technical indicator has flashed a buy signal.
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Cosmos has expanded interoperability with other blockchains, pushing the price of ATOM through a crucial resistance barrier.
Cosmos Opens the Interoperable Era
In a nearly unanimous vote, ATOM token holders have enabled Cosmos’ Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol.
The new feature will allow the Cosmos blockchain to work in conjunction with other networks that have upgraded to the IBC standard. Essentially, it makes it possible for independent blockchains to transfer digital assets and data between one another.
According to Tendermint CEO Peng Zhong, the passing of Proposal 41 marks a momentous milestone in the evolution of the Cosmos ecosystem as it builds the foundation for interoperability.
“The permissionless transfer of tokens value across chains is a historic moment on the timeline … We will continue to focus on building the Cosmos Hub as the heart of the interchain — enabling trade and connecting politically sovereign chains to create a new paradigm for economic exchange,” said Zhong.
The blockchains built on Cosmos’ native consensus model—including Kava, Agoric, Foam, and Crypto.com—will likely be the first to adopt the IBC standard, putting an end to network tribalism. This protocol’s flexibility and open nature might foster economic collaboration to build a robust ecosystem of networks.
IBC token transfers are expected to bring a significant amount of visibility to the Cosmos Hub, and ATOM will likely benefit from it.
ATOM Slices Through Resistance
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