It’s been a busy couple of days for the Aion Network, a fellow member of the Blockchain Interoperability Alliance with ICON and Wanchain.

Aion, celebrated the live launch of its very first DApp, which promises to help stop sweet ideas from souring with time. Developed by UK-based team The Fifth9 Limited, SPRXS helps geniuses like you and me make the most of our, ahem, brainchildren by allowing us to upload ideas to a safe secure space for collaborating with other geniuses finding investors.

Says the company:

“Many people suffer from what we at SPRXS call the ‘idea flop’ – it is often impossible to know where to start when you’re trying to get your idea off the ground, let alone build a team to work with, find investment and then get it to market… that is, until now.

“With SPRXS, your ideas can develop and grow in a secure environment, filled with potential collaborators and investors to provide you with the resources you need to succeed.”

The DApp is currently alpha V with limited functionality. Give it a looksie. (Reddit thread below)

Meanwhile, Aion founder Matthew Spoke took part in a panel discussion hosted by Blockdaemon in San Francisco on Wednesday. Spoke joined Meltem Demirors of CoinShares, Sam Lessin of Slow Ventures, Daniela Barbosa of Hyperledger and Konstantin Richter of Blockdaemon to discuss building Ecosystems, decentralization and interoperability from a developer’s view.

Aion’s marketing director, Richa Vajpeyi, was also on the stump, speaking at the Canadian MSB Association’s fall conference in Toronto on Wednesday. Vajpeyi took part in a panel discussion entitled, “Dealers in Digital Currency Become MSBs.” She was joined by such luminaries as Charlene Cieslik of Coinsquare, Stephen Seargent or Bitfinex and Jean Amiouny of ShakePay.

Last but not least, Crypto exchange KuCoin started its Aion (AION) MainNet swap on Wednesday. The exchange will complete the MainNet token swap automatically for AION holders. KuCoin temporarily closed its AION deposit and withdrawal services to ensure a smooth swap.