The Ethereum Co-Chain Alpha was a smashing success!
By the numbers, the co-chain has already processed 164K+ transactions, producing 385K+ blocks with absolutely no downtime.
Kava’s speeding down the roadmap, gathering momentum with each day. For context, you can see the roadmap here: kava.io/roadmap
It’s time for Phase II — This article covers everything Kava’s Ethereum Co-Chain Beta unleashes for the network.
There’s a lot to be excited about with Kava’s Ethereum Co-Chain Beta. All at once, Kava becomes compatible with the latest and greatest AMM/DEX contracts, superior data indexing and querying via The Graph, and EVM-compatible Chainlink oracles.
Not only that, the testnet will be field-testing Kava’s Ethereum Bridge.
Below are just a few of the protocols unlocked by Kava’s Ethereum Co-Chain Beta testnet:
Kava’s onboarding more validators to the Beta testnet to improve testing of real-world conditions.
Increasing validator diversity is a priority for Kava. Therefore, increasing validator community involvement with the Ethereum Co-Chain testnet is critical. These initial tests will help identify any potential issues before mainnet, ensuring the smoothest transition possible.
For more info about validators in the Kava Network, join Kava’s developer-focused Discord server: discord.com/invite/q6QuanE4bx
Below is a quick run-down of what’s happening in the Kava laboratory:
You can track the Ethereum Co-Chain Beta testnet with this sleek explorer: explorer.evm-alpha.kava.io
The Co-Chain Beta testnet puts the final touches on the new and improved Kava Network, delivering massive potential for users and developers.
An Ethereum Bridge, enhanced data indexing and querying, better oracle access, and a suite of tools unlocked by DEX contracts — all of this and more are in motion.
Kava is becoming a #BUIDLerOwned network where Ethereum meets Cosmos, delivering massive dev incentives, unlike any other ecosystem. If you’re a builder in DeFi or Web3, you can’t miss this.
Mark your calendars — Kava’s Co-Chain Mainnet launches on May 10th!
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