Raze Network Kicks Off Testnet Phase With UI Community Voting
May 11, 2021 – Singapore, Singapore
Raze Network, the first Polkadot-based privacy protocol, is bracing to engage community members with our first testnet. Early birds will be able to provide feedback on the quality, function and overall experience of the Polkadot-based privacy protocol.
This huge milestone clears the way for “Razers” and collaborators to easily test drive the newest features and allows plenty of maturation time for these new features to be fully tested.
Our team already started designing the user interface of the privacy protocol we promised to launch. However, we want to resort to the collective wisdom of our community on how to actually bring this to realization, thus launching this UI community voting campaign.
The beta testnet marks the latest step forward in Raze Network’s overall mission to enable the broader community to contribute to the evolution of our trustless decentralized privacy protocol.
Raze Network’s applications present the decentralized finance (DeFi) community with a cross-chain middleware solution on Polkadot for concealing transactions when operating on decentralized exchanges.
With a clear vision and solid use case, the protocol-based solution leverages the Polkadot ecosystem to offer the required privacy layer for the crypto sphere. The privateness protocol aims to guard anonymity for all the DeFi stack on the Polkadot.
To achieve higher participation during the testnet, Raze Network is organizing a number of events, competitions and challenges to encourage participants to actively test critical components of our ecosystem. Specifically, we will airdrop 1,000 $RAZE tokens to 10 lucky voters based on how many entries they generated to vote for the best UI style.
$RAZE is set be the lifeblood of the Raze Network, designed as a utility token to represent participation in the ecosystem.
The launch of Raze Network’s UI testnet comes on the heels of several other recent milestones, including a robust set of developer resources and partnerships that continues to expand.
Just in April, we announced the strategic listing of Raze token on the popular DeFi platform Uniswap. This listing closely follows our completed triple IDO event on three launchpads.
Interestingly, apart from going live on DEX exchanges, $RAZE tokens will also soon be listed on several tier one centralized exchanges.
This networked testnet release allows Raze to continue working with our partners toward the mass adoption of decentralized applications and smart contracts.
Since inception, Raze Network sought to develop an infrastructure that is easy to understand and smooth to navigate – one where even new users can reap the benefits of a cross-chain middleware solution for anonymous transactions, payments trading and mining.
Although the token launch is done, the real work starts now. Most recently, we have completed the development of mint, transfer and redeem contracts in Solidity. Currently we are testing how to deploy these contracts on EVM.
Also the major front-end and client modules that can invoke the aforementioned contracts have been developed.
About Raze Network
Raze Network is a Substrate-based cross-chain privacy protocol for the Polkadot ecosystem. It is built as a native privacy layer that can provide end-to-end anonymity for the entire DeFi stack. The Raze Network applies zk-SNARKs to the Zether framework to build a second-layer decentralized anonymous module.
It will then be imported as a Substrate-based smart contract. The objective of Raze Network is to enable cross-chain privacy-preserving payment and trading systems while protecting the transparency of your assets and behaviors from surveillance.
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