A look at Pi Network’s Developer Resources For Testnet Ecosystem

The testnet developer resources enhance the creation of Pi utilities, which is a prerequisite for the highly anticipated open mainnet launch.

Supporting the Creation of Pi Utilities 

The Pi core team made several improvements to the testnet developer resources to support its enclosed mainnet goal of creating utilities for Pioneers. 

According to the protocol’s Pi day announcement, two core improvements were added to the testnet to enhance the creation of unique innovations for developers. They include App to User Payments and Developer Wallet. 

Both releases, live on the testnet, allow for the development of the Pi ecosystem. App to User Payment ensures that payment flows between members and developers. On the other hand, Developer Wallets allows app creators to utilize Pi in developing their infrastructure. 

“App to User payments enables payment flows between app developers and members. Developer Wallets were released on Testnet, as specific wallets, for app developers to hold and utilize Pi for the apps they are developing,” the blog read. 

Pi developers and the core team are tasked with testing both features to detect flaws ahead of open mainnet. Once they are secure and reliable, they will be integrated into the Pi Network open mainnet soon. 

Overall, the developer resources added to the Pi testnet will support the collaborative building process for Pioneers and community developers. Most importantly, it is a huge step towards the highly anticipated open mainnet launch. 

What is Pi Network:

Pi Network is a novel cryptocurrency and developer platform allowing mobile users to mine Pi coins without draining the battery. Pi’s blockchain secures economic transactions via a mobile meritocracy system and a full Web 3.0 experience where community developers can build decentralized applications (Dapps) for millions of users.

Where to find Pi Network:

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‍Source : bsc.news

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