Bifrost Asgard CC1 Officially Released, Running Nodes Divide 3,000 BNC

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We are pleased to announce the official release the Bifrost Asgard CC1 network today, a pre-production network for Bifrost that allows partners to dock to the Asgard network to test and rule out business risks before officially connecting to the Bifrost main network, while the Asgard network will also be more radical in its iteration and innovation. Asgard is like a chaotic proving ground, with more valuable features selected for practical integration into the Bifrost main network, and as the Polkadot ecology evolves, the planned Bifrost Asgard will also become Kusama’s parachain network to complete the first parachain docking.

The current release is Bifrost Asgard CC1 (Chain Candidate 1) version 1 candidate chain (version number asgard-v0.3.2). Asgard is expected to go through three iterations of CC 1–3 candidate chain versions to complete the official version of Asgard. Currently Runtime already supports EOS Jungle Testnet cross-chain, Token and vToken exchange, SWAP transactions, etc. To coincide with the official launch of the Bifrost Asgard CC1, a total of 3000 BNC prizes will be awarded for the Twelve Hours of Asgard Running Festival.

Note: Bifrost plans to bid on Polkadot parachain that will share the Polkadot Consensus when we become parachain, and whose nodes are Collector, without Staking and Blocking.

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Twelve Hours of Asgard

Activity time: 2020/5/21–2020/6/6

Total award: 3,000 BNC

Participate Method: Running Bifrost Asgard nodes during activity time

Point Board: https://reward.bifrost.codes/

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Statistics of Node

Activity Rules

  • The longer you run the node, the more rewards you can get.
  • Note one Point per minute and divide 3,000 BNCs based on the total number of Points at the end of the activity.
  • Within 3 working days of the end of the Asgard Twelve Hours, awards will be issued directly to the corresponding BNC address based on statistics. BNC Address creation: https://dashboard.bifrost.codes/#/accounts
  • BNC address statistics by node name (parameter description below).

Running a node

docker run \
-p 30333:30333 \
-p 9944:9944 \
bifrostnetwork/bifrost:latest \
--rpc-cors all \
--unsafe-ws-external \
--name "NodeName | ABCDEFJHIJ"

Parameters Description

  • ABCDEFGHIJ is the top 10 digits of the Bifrost address.
  • Node name and Bifrost address are split by | delimiter

Note: A balance in the Bifrost address is required to identify the full address by the first 10 digits, which can be picked up at Telegram Faucet BOT.

Telegram: https://t.me/bifrost_network

Recommended configuration of nodes

CPU x 2 
RAM x 4 GB
GBNET x 10 MB
MBDISK x 100 GB

Any queries/bugs in the Bifrost node execution can be submitted in the community and Github: https://github.com/bifrost-codes/bifrost/issues

What is Bifrost?

Bifrost is a Parachain designed to liberate Staking liquidity. Users can convert PoS currency to Bifrost vToken through Bifrost bridge at any time to obtain Staking income and liquidity.

vToken can optimize transactions in multiple scenarios such as DeFi, Dapp, DEX, etc. When vToken is used as a collateral for lending, its staking income can offset part of the interest and realize low-interest borrowing.

Website https://bifrost.codes
Github https://github.com/bifrost-codes
Telegram https://t.me/bifrost_network
Medium https://medium.com/@bifrost_network
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BifrostNetwork
Twitter https://twitter.com/bifrost_network

Bifrost Asgard CC1 Officially Released, Running Nodes Divide 3,000 BNC
We are pleased to announce the official release the **Bifrost Asgard CC1** network today, a pre-production network for Bifrost that allows partners to dock to the Asgard network to test and rule out business risks before officially connecting to the Bifrost main network, while the Asgard network will also be more radical in its iteration and innovation.

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