No. The blockchain used for the token doesn't have to be the same as the blockchain used for the front-running proof.
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- How do you verify that the order pool is immutable? How many orders will be in one pool?
- How does the chain handle cancelled orders? Are there still fees, since it is on the blockchain?
- How is the platform blockchain agnostic if you create LGO tokens on the Ethereum blockchain? Wouldn't it forever use Ethereum chain as well?
- When did the development of Legolas Exchange begin?
- How fast is Legolas going to be, since transactions are on the blockchain?
- Will the code be pushed onto GitHub?
- Will that be a public or a private beta?
- When will the exchange go live?
- When will the beta Launch?
- What other hardware wallets, aside from Ledger, will Legolas support in the future?