The Cascade public test network will enable everyone to join the staking pool and practice staking on the platform prior to mainnet launch.
The AVA client in Go
A wallet that can hold multiple AVA-native assets
A faucet for receiving testnet tokens
A shell environment for launching local networks
A JS library for building applications on AVA
Catch errors, build bridges, write documentation, create educational content.
On our Avalanche-X, developers have access to the best of AVA Labs – our community, resources, and grant programs – to ensure they can maximize the impact of their applications.
The Denali test network will be the last round of testing before launching the Avalanche mainnet. Denali will feature many new components, tools, and libraries for developers.
Here are some upcoming enhancements planned for mainnet launch:
Fees are essential for incentivizing validators and for DDoS protection across all blockchains. Avalanche makes it possible for validators to extract their own customized fees.
Validators can leverage their own incentivization scheme and opt-out of subnets that they are not interested in validating.
Subnets manage their own assets, which enables Avalanche users to easily discover assets on the network.
Avalanche takes a functional approach to sharding, where assets with independent use cases reside on different subnets.
Non-fungible tokens are awesome. We will have full support and a registry for discovering NFT asset classes.
Avalanche's subnets use the same underlying protocol for consensus on their transactions enabling atomic commitments–where a set changes can be applied as a single operation.
Avalanche enables stakeholders to determine key economic parameters of the system, such as the minimum staking amount and reward rate.
Avalanche gains its performance advantages due to its underlying Avalanche consensus protocol, which can be made even faster.
See some of the features that will be available after Mainnet launch: