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Bware Labs Announces the Blast Incentivized Testnet, Code-Named Houston

Working towards their stated goal to build the highest-performing, most reliable, blockchain API platform, Bware Labs, the company behind Blast, is launching the Houston Incentivized Testnet.

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The purpose of the testnet mainly revolves around verifying all the technical aspects involved in the decentralization of the Blast API Platform, from the proprietary Node Integrity Protocol to the Staking Mechanism. At the same time, it aims at preparing future Node Providers for the mainnet launch while giving them the option to obtain enough funds to join the platform in its production state.

In terms of rewards, the total amount reserved for the entire Houston Testnet is 1M BWR tokens, which makes for 1% of the total token supply. The tokens received during the testnet will be sufficient for each participant to be able to run at least one node when the mainnet is live.

Bware Labs claims that, thanks to their integrity protocol and incentivization mechanism, the Blast API platform will be able to keep the highest level of performance in the industry even after the decentralization takes place. This means that no change in the quality of the service would be visible to their constantly growing number of adopters and customers, among which we can already enumerate Coingecko, DIA, Connext, Moonwell, Subscan, DappRadar and many others.

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The first phase of the Houston Testnet (The Launch Phase), will be restricted to the companies’ closest partners from the infrastructure and node-operating segment. The list includes reputable companies with vast experience in running blockchain infrastructure such as: Dokia Capital, Stakin, P2P, Hashquark, Hypersphere and Woodstock. Once this preliminary stage is completed, Bware Labs will welcome independent node runners to onboard the testnet in Phase 2 (The Orbit Phase) and earn rewards, while helping the company achieve its mission of providing quality-driven, decentralized services.

The Houston Incentivized Testnet will end with a third phase (The Landing Phase), where the creativity of participants is required in finding improvements, corner cases, or any feedback that will help the platform become more robust and easier to use by both API consumers and Node Providers.

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