Horus2.0 is NuLink's dedicated testnet designed for developers and community members to test and implement proprietary security infrastructure components within their Web3 applications.

Horus2.0 Testnet Parameters

  • Blockchain: BNB Smart Chain Testnet

  • Horus 2.0 Token address: 0xa22BFb00bE8938C50833BFD2444ec721A9eeACc1

  • Epoch Length: 24 hours

  • Batch Length: 4 epochs

  • Staking Pool Per Epoch: 100 TNLK

  • Minimal Staking Amount: 1 TNLK

  • Maximum Staking Amount: 5 TNLK

For the latest updates and progress, refer to our testnet milestones. The Horus 2.0 testnet is only for test purposes. The token in the testnet has no value to trade. And for each phase, all data and records will be cleared, so please do not store your valuable data in Horus testnet.

Testnet Components

  1. Supply Side Integration:

  • Horus2.0 emphasizes the integration of proxy workers as the primary staking node. Developers can deploy and test proxy worker nodes to contribute services and earn test rewards.

  • Essential tools for stakers include the NuLink Staking Dashboard and NuLink Worker Node Installer, ensuring efficient management and deployment of staking activities.

Demand Side Integration:

  • Products for DApp builders and users are seamlessly integrated, allowing developers to test the functionality of their applications with privacy-focused solutions.

  • For DApp builders, integration with the NuLink Agent is supported, along with corresponding demonstration DApps.

  • DApps from NuLink's grant program are actively integrated, showcasing diverse applications on the Horus2.0 testnet.

Demonstration DApps

  • Secure File Transfer (NuLink Agent Demo):

  • The "Secure File Transfer" DApp serves as a demonstration for the integration of NuLink Agent on the Horus2.0 testnet.

  • Users can experience the functionality of the NuLink Agent in a real-world scenario, emphasizing secure file transfers and data sharing.

  • A dedicated demonstration DApp for NuLink Snaps, allowing users to explore and understand the capabilities of decentralized end-to-end data management.

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