Bifrost POC-2 Testnet successfully released | Weekly Report 02

Latest News

With the launch of POC-2 Testnet yesterday, it has attracted the attention of a large number of partners. Many people have successfully run the node and submitted the node ID, sharing the operation process and suggestions in the group. Bifrost is grateful for this and hopes that more supporters can actively participate in the operation of the test network node through the steps of the previous article. While getting early BNC rewards, learn how the vToken (liquidity token) in the Bifrost project provides liquidity for staking.

In addition, Bifrost will launch Bifrost-app in the future. At that time, you guys can also participate in the test of Bifrost-app to get rewards. For some questions about Bifrost’s operating mode and development prospects, Bifrost plans to hold an online AMA (Ask me anything) Q & A session. At that time, some big guys from Defi and Staking and senior experts in wallets company will be invited to reply questions. Hope our followers will support and speak freely at that time~

Bifrost Official Website:https://bifrost.codes/

Bifrost Whitepaper:https://docs.bifrost.codes/whitepaper/en

Week’s Work

  • Deliver Web3 Foundation Grant Milestone 1
  • Release poc2-v0.2.1 docker image
  • POC-2 chain_spec package compilation
  • Build eos-bifrost relay node docker image
  • Bifrost-app rpc interface debugging
  • Bugfix

What is Bifrost?

Bifrost is a parachain designed for staking’s liquidity. Bifrost is hoped that combining Staking will make the cross-chain more colorful and interesting. At Bifrost, users can exchange PoS currency to vToken at any time through the bridge to obtain Staking income and liquidity. Optimize PoS asset transactions, while retaining user governance rights and increasing the degree of decentralization of the original chain.

Bifrost Finance is a parachain designed for staking’s liquidity

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