Shiba Inu (SHIB): Blockchain Dev Excited as Shibarium Beta Launch Kicks Off Road Map Progress
Blockchain Developer API NOWKnotswhich has indicated support for Shibarium, has announced that it has activated the first step of its Shibarium roadmap.
Early beta testing of the Shibarium Network has begun, as announced by the Shiba Inu team on March 11th.
Hehehehe 🤓#NOWKnots X #Shibarium Roadmap – Step 1 activated ⛓️
We will open a preliminary form so that you can sign up for early access to Shibarium Mainnet nodes (once the project is launched by SHIB) ❗️ https://t.co/lVyMqK6Geh
— NOWNodes (@NOWNodes) March 11, 2023
Excited about the just-released beta, NOWNodes says it will open a preview form so users can sign up for early access to the Shibarium mainnet nodes once the protocol goes live.
As previously announced, NOWNodes has published a roadmap defining an integration strategy for a Tier 2 solution.
Shibarium is expected to go through three release phases: beta, mainnet development, and mainnet release. NOWNodes reports that as the first step of the Shibarium roadmap, there will be internal testing throughout the beta phase as it prepares for the mainnet release.
NOWNodes states that it will conduct security reviews and make appropriate changes during the development phase of the main Shibarium network. Then, the final step in his Shibarium roadmap will be to launch SHIB node access when the main Shibarium network launches.
Learn more about Shibarium Beta
The Shiba Inu team stated in Blog post that he started early beta testing of the Shibarium network called “PUPPYNET”.
This makes it clear that network transactions will determine how the SHIB burn occurs. According to the team, a current chart of the burned SHIB will be made available on the recording portal as part of the Shibarium Network’s beta testing.
Additionally, it states that all “PUPPYNET” tokens are not real and warns users against losing their hard-earned SHIB.
As a layer 2 blockchain, Shibarium allows anyone to create dApps, connect them to real (IRL) enterprises, and use them to support initiatives. “It’s cheap, it burns SHIB in the process, and it’s being adjusted as beta testing continues over the next few months,” the document explains.
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