- An update was provided by the Facebook Libra team on transaction logs.
- Libra Association developer Michael Engle said that more than 51,000 transactions have already been registered since September.
Libra Association developer Michael Engle updated the community in a blog post, detailed that some 51,000 transactions have already been registered since they reset the testnet in September. It was noted that the developers have executed 34 projects on the testnet which includes 11 blockchain explorers and 10 wallets.
Additionally, the Libra Association has also launched a “pre-mainnet” for testing purposes. The pre-mainnet is a replica of the actual mainnet. Currently, the pre-mainnet has 7 nodes in operation and other 14 nodes are in process.
In the blog post, Engle said:
“Until we launch mainnet, the best and fastest way we have to demonstrate Libra network functionality and provide early access to developers around the world is through our pre-mainnet. Pre-mainnet makes it easier and faster to test, troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve software edge cases. One measure of our success in this phase is the number of nodes that are live on the pre-mainnet”.