- A crypto analyst said Avalanche testnet Fuji is going slowly parabolic.
- The crypto analyst said the platform cumulative address count also is booming.
Avalanche testnet Fuji is going slowly parabolic. Kevin Sekniqi, a crypto fan, and analyst first noticed the change on Avalanche testnet Fuji and tweeted to his 14k+ Twitter followers. He said
Usage of Avalanche testnet Fuji is going slowly parabolic. Daily active addresses attached.
Furthermore, he also tweeted about Fuji Cumulative Address Count (CAC). Kevin Sekniqi noted that the addresses also are booming.
Address count also going boom pic.twitter.com/9jiM7o5mTN
— Kevin Sekniqi 🔺 (@kevinsekniqi) August 16, 2021
Fuji is the Avalanche — the open-source platform network’s test system. According to the team, users can use it to test their DApp or smart contract after they’ve developed it locally. More so, the team added that users could use Avash to test things locally.
In addition, based on the website, Fuji is typically on the same version as the Avalanche Mainnet. However, it sometimes runs an unreleased version of AvalancheGo. The team added,
In general, you can expect Fuji’s behavior to be about the same as Avalanche Mainnet. Tools such as explorers and wallets should work with the Fuji Testnet
As for Avalanche, it is an open-source platform for launching DApps. And also business blockchain deployments in one interoperable, highly scalable network. More so, Avalanche is the first smart contracts platform, processing over 4,500 transactions per second. What is more, it instantly confirms transactions.
The firm added that Ethereum developers could also build on Avalanche as Solidity works out-of-the-box.