Shibarium, the Layer 2 networking solution for the Shiba Inu ecosystem, has made impressive progress in beta testing. A beta version of the network, Puppynet, has been relaunched with improved Chain ID and has amassed over 14 million wallets in just four weeks.
According to Puppyscan, Puppynet’s official block explorer, the Shibarium beta network currently has 14,061,584 wallets, up from 3.12 million wallets on April 13 when it resumed after a 14-hour outage. . The number of wallets on the test network jumped 350% in just 9 days, highlighting the underlying demand for the Shibarium release.
In addition to the incredible increase in the number of wallets, Puppynet has also improved in other ways. The network processed a total of 4,552,506 transactions, an average of 68,782 per day. It also processed 489,457 blocks while maintaining an average block verification time of just 5 seconds, a notable achievement given the increased traffic.
The above scores demonstrate the rigorous testing process on the Shibarium beta network. The team behind Shibarium has been working hard to ensure the network is fully tested and ready for launch.
Additionally, there is increasing demand for Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), both ShibaSwap’s governance token and Shibarium’s fuel token. Popular cryptocurrency exchange OKX recently listed BONE as one of the memecoins under consideration for listing.
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