- The Testnet allows users and developers to test the dAppBugs and s.
- Users Connecting to the Venom Wallet Testnet participants can claim a free allocation.
- DAppTests include Venom Scan, VenomPools, Venom Bridge, Venom Stake The following are some examples of how to get started: Web3.World
The Venom Foundation, licensed to the Abu Dhabi Global Market (AGDM), has made their Layer-1 blockchain’s public testnet available to the public. It is a highly scalable infrastructure for decentralised applications.
The launch of the testnet marks a major milestone in the development of the L1, preceding the mainnet launch. Moreover, decentralised applications developed internally as part of the growing L1 ecosystem were also released.
Peter Knez, Chair of the Venom Foundation Council, expressed: “We are thrilled to announce the public testnet launch – an essential step towards the upcoming mainnet launch. With our reliable and scalable asynchronous blockchain, we are confident that developers will be able to create innovative dApps, while users will be able to experience them first-hand“.
Users can now access the testnet
The Venom Network has been made available for ecosystem users and developers to test and debug a variety of protocols and applications. To start, users need to download the Venom Wallet, available on mobile (Apple App Store, Google Play Store) and as a Chrome extension on desktop.
Once users have claimed a testnet allocation, they can start testing the network. Examples of some dApps they can use to test include Venom Wallet, Venom Scan, VenomPools, Venom Bridge, Venom Stake, Web3.World, WeNFT Mint and Oasis.Gallery.
The Venom Testnet program is expected to encourage innovation and community building within the ecosystem.