Evernode, the decentralized platform built on top of the XRP Ledger (XRPL), has announced that it is preparing to launch the Hooks testnet. It has invited its users to participate in the latest XRPL smart contracts beta testing iteration.
Hooks v3, the latest build, promises to offer a range of new features and improvements to enhance the platform’s functionality. Hooks v3, the latest build, promises to offer a range of new features and improvements to enhance the platform’s functionality. Users who wish to participate in the testing can register for the third iteration of the testnet, which will be open for the next seven days.
To take part, users must reinstall the Evernode software and ensure that their computer meets the minimum requirements, which include Ubuntu 20.04 64-bit, at least 2 GB RAM, and 4 GB free disk space. The Evernode team has also provided details on who is eligible to join the testing and who might be rewarded for participating in Hooks v2 beta.
Evernode’s developers have taken to Twitter to urge their users to prepare for the upcoming launch in just seven days. They have advised their users to ensure they are ready for the launch and to be on the lookout for any upcoming updates or changes.
In addition, the developers have promised to release a new beta version as soon as it becomes available, providing users with the latest features and functionality. This move demonstrates Evernode’s commitment to delivering a seamless and user-friendly user experience on the XRP Ledger.
The Evernode team has also given their users instructions on how to check if they are eligible for the upcoming airdrop. They have emphasized the importance of keeping their beta addresses confidential and advised users to copy them into specific activation files.
By doing so, users can ensure that they receive their rewards and that their privacy and security are not compromised. The Evernode team’s caution highlights the importance of protecting one’s personal information in the ever-evolving world of blockchain technology.