DAO.Casino is both pleased and excited to announce the launch of the TestNet 1.0 of its Blockchain project. This public testing environment provides developers and contributors with access to the beta version of the DAO.Casino network, to sample our next generation solution for the Gaming industry.
Launch of DAO.Casino TestNet 1.0
This is a huge milestone for the company, considerably progressing DAO.Casino along with our ambitious roadmap (it has taken over 5 months of intense hard work from our dedicated team). For our network participants, this provides the opportunity to experience DAO.Casino’s concept first-hand, opening the doors to Gambling 3.0.
The TestNet 1.0 is open for anyone within the system to become a beta-tester. The source code and setup instructions can be found in our repository, enabling access to a full set of available features.
DAO.Casino TestNet 1.0 features our new consensus algorithm – RANDPA, with improved finality. As noted previously RANDPA – our next-gen revolutionary consensus algorithm – finalizes transactions within seconds. To observe RANDPA in action, you can check the LIB (last irreversible block) ID via the DAO.Casino block explorer.
The Block Explorer, another available TestNet 1.0 feature, provides access to token and transaction details and histories for the full user experience. Moreover, our test token faucet (accessible via telegram bot) will enable the provision of test tokens for users to run smart contracts on the blockchain.
Check our repository for system instructions and setup of the TestNet 1.0.
Our next steps will result in an updated version of the TestNet 2.0 to include governance capabilities (voting, staking, etc). This will allow users to beta test the DPOS system.
Head to our Telegram to speak directly with support concerning setup or to ask any further questions. Our committed team is dedicated to assisting network users in getting their TestNet environments up and running, to truly show users what DAO casino can do.
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