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MXC and ZB both recently hosted ‘Ask Me Anything’ sessions with our CEO Aaron McDonald. They cover questions about the launch of mainnet, CENNZ and staking.
What is your roadmap for the project as a whole?
After we’ve enabled public staking on CENNZnet, we want to continue to grow our active user base. Already we have one of the most active DApp user based on blockchain, with 10x the monthly active DApp users of popular networks in CMC top 10. This is not just “active accounts” or “active holders” which is easy to fake these are real DApp users like Sylo!
On our current path, we will have over 1 million active monthly DApp users by the end of the year. That’s huge in crypto!
On top of this, we will continue to improve our technology. Already our patent-pending Doughnut protocol allows developers on CENNZnet to develop more advanced, safer, more user-friendly DApps than any other blockchain but we have a whole range of new improvements to the protocol to allow even more performance as we scale our user base.
CENNZnet is built using the https://www.poweredbyplug.com/ framework.
This is a fork of Substrate (Polkadot), but with a number of big enhancements to enable smarter DeFi apps, better UX, more scaling and more suitability for enterprise environments.
This framework has a whole lot more exciting upgrades coming too. Which we will take into CENNZnet.
When does CENNZ plan to officially launch the mainnet?
The Azalea network launched in June and we successfully upgraded more than 300,000 Sylo users. Our next phase is to enable the token swap and staking from that we will upgrade the network to community controlled governance!
What is the current planning for the project?
We’re now in the 4th phase of our roadmap, which includes:
- Doughnut advanced permissioning ...
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