Cardano (ADA) Launched Its Testnet. How Can You Improve It Cardano (ADA) Launched Its Testnet. How Can You Improve It
Today Cardano (ADA) community received much-anticipated news as IOHK announced the release of the Cardano testnet, which brings new features for developers and end users of Daedalus wallet to explore before they are deployed on the mainnet. According to the release published by Laurie, a member of IOHK, the usage of testnet is beneficial for both IOHK engineers and third-party developers. Users can use the test tokens to experience the current system and learn how to use upcoming features safely and at no cost, which means any bugs won't cause you to lose real money. Then the feedback IOHK team will receive will allow deploying improvements to the testnet enhancements before launching mainnet. This data was discovered by us on December 05, 2018 10:57 PM. Share this content on social media: Have a look at www.cryptovibes.com for complete listings from this source. Reply to Topic

IOHK announces release of Cardano testnet | BCFocus IOHK announces release of Cardano testnet | BCFocus
Allow to send web push notifications to your desktop. The IOHK team announced on Wednesday that they have released the Cardano testnet. Developers and users of the Daedalus wallet can try out the new features of the upgrade before making use of the features when the mainnet releases. Usage of the testnet benefits both engineers at IOHK and other third-party developers. Without losing any fund, users can make use of the test tokens by experimenting with the new features on the testnet and later apply it on the mainnet. The developers will receive feedback from users to make improvements to the testnet before the launching the mainnet. This information was discovered by us on December 05, 2018 3:50 PM. Share this content on social media: See bcfocus.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic

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