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It was necessary to have a decentralized network so developers can create decentralized applications. Ethereum’s growth in cryptocurrency has proven this. It also highlighted several problems that could happen, such as being limited to one chain and a lack of scaling that can lead to costly issues.
Nonetheless, it allowed for the creation of other chains within and outside of the dApp industry who want to share a portion of the pie. Accumulate, a high-performance blockchain that allows interoperability between other networks, is one example.
Just over a month ago, the project launched its Testnet 2.0 (dubbed Brooklyn). It now outlines reaching a significant milestone: more than 1,200,000 transactions were made on its network.
1.25M transactions in a month
Accumulate’s team announced Brooklyn’s release at the close of 2021, less than two months after Testnet 1.0 (Rialto).
After the initial success, the team made several improvements to ensure that users have a safer and more enjoyable experience.
These included URL addressing which allowed users to collect identities, data and transactions. State traditional tech can also be used with URL addressable data.
ADIs gave them access to all features of the Accumulate network, including smart contracts, offchain consensus building and dynamic key management. These accounts can be used to store information about the network on different chains.
Other options include ADI Token Account or ADI Data Account. In December, the announcement also included key books, key pages, mobile wallet app, faucet, and explorer.
Accumulate, in its quest to be the “bridge to digital economy”, promised multisig transactions, managers to ADI accounts, Lite Data Chains, ADI Staking Accounts and Scratch Spaces.
The Accumulate project has reached a major milestone in its development, even though the products mentioned above are still not available. Just a month after the Brooklyn event, the protocol team announced that the trials were progressing well and that the number of transactions had exceeded 1.2million.
Accumulate Protocol is an identity-based and vetted Proof-ofStake blockchain that can be used to power DeFi applications. It has secure, scalable and extensible features. Accumulate can be used as a DNS service on the internet.
URLs can be used to address other chains that Accumulate manages. Accumulate could serve as both the communication layer and audit layer for transactions between chains. Accumulate will promote DeFi adoption through innovative solutions. Accumulate will be “the bridge to digital economy” in this regard.
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