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What is ZetaChain? How we can participate in the Testnet for Airdrop? Check it out!

A blockchain is a digital ledger that records transactions. Think of it as a database, where each new transaction is added as a new "block" in the chain. The transactions are verified and added to the chain by a network of users called "nodes," who use complex algorithms to ensure the accuracy and security of the data.

One of the key features of blockchain is that it's decentralized, meaning that no single entity has control over it. This makes it highly resistant to hacking or tampering, as every node on the network would need to be compromised in order to alter the data.

Another important aspect of blockchain is that it's transparent. Anyone can view the ledger and see all the transactions that have taken place. However, the identities of the users behind the transactions are typically anonymous, identified only by their public key (similar to an email address).

Blockchain technology is being used in a variety of applications, from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to supply chain management, voting systems, and more. Its potential for creating secure, transparent, and decentralized systems is what makes it such an exciting and promising technology.
As you may already know, blockchain is a technology that has been trending lately, and at the time of writing this blog, the trend for AI technology is high and widely reported.

Now, my friends, in this article, I would like to introduce a new blockchain with a technology that is different from the others.

It's called ZetaChain.

ZetaChain is the latest innovation in the world of blockchain technology that offers unique and different features from other blockchain platforms. With advanced and secure technology, ZetaChain promises great potential to transform many industries and could be a solution to various problems faced by current blockchain platforms.

which is the world’s first and only blockchain that connects everything. It facilitates cross-chain and cross-layer value transfer, message delivery, and smart contract calls — thus enabling for the first time omnichain dApps (odApps) which can leverage liquidity on multiple networks and read and update states on all connected networks.

There has been a cambrian explosion in crypto over the past few years. As developers have created thousands of novel DeFi and NFT apps, there has been a surge of users who are experiencing crypto for the first time. However, the experience for both developers and users has become suboptimal and this is especially true when it comes to supporting multiple networks (L1 blockchains like Ethereum and BSC and Layer 2 solutions like Polygon and Optimism) and moving assets across networks.

Developers looking to support multiple networks end up with the complexity of maintaining their dApps on multiple networks, each with their own challenges and limitations. At the same time, users looking to get the best yields and use different dApps end up using different bridges to move assets across networks. Each of these bridges has their own custom wrapped tokens and trust models, which fragments liquidity and creates a confusing and costly user experience for users — multiple interfaces, paying for multiple transactions, and so on. Although many projects are working towards interoperability, the ecosystem has grown more fragmented than ever.

We are building ZetaChain to resolve these growing issues, and drive a paradigmatic shift in how developers and users use crypto.

What you can do with ZetaChain?

ZetaChain includes a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain built on Cosmos SDK which is connected to external blockchains (e.g., Ethereum, BSC, Solana, Avalanche, Terra, Bitcoin) and layers (e.g., Polygon, Optimism, Arbitrum) in a decentralized (without a single point of failure, trustless, permissionless), transparent, and efficient way.

With ZetaChain, we will enable developers to build odApps with the same ease as developing dApps for a single network like Ethereum or Polygon while being able to leverage composability across networks.

ZetaChain provides two ways for users and developers to utilize its cross-chain capabilities. First, ZetaChain provides EVM compatible smart contracts so developers don’t need to learn another language and can easily customize their existing Ethereum dApps to function across all connected networks. Furthermore, ZetaChain has built-in decentralized bridges to and from all connected chains so that assets and data can enter and exit ZetaChain with ease.

Second, ZetaChain will be a programmable public computer that directly reads and updates states on all the connected networks. The application logic primarily lives on ZetaChain while the states primarily live on external chains.

Possibilities of what can be built with ZetaChain are endless but some applications that developers can build include:
  • Cross-chain DEXes in native tokens without wrapping
  • Decentralized and fault tolerant bridges
  • Omnichain smart contracts that can monitor and perform events on all connected chains
  • Cross-chain lending and yield protocols
  • Omnichain NFT apps
We can’t wait to start building truly interoperable omnichain products with our developer community and usher in a new era of user experience for everyone.

For more information, you can check out their Medium blog to get a better understanding

In this blog post, I want to share more about how we can participate in the ZetaChain testnet. However, please bear in mind, my dear friends, that participation does not necessarily guarantee that we will receive an airdrop directly from ZetaChain. So, let's not have overly high expectations and just do our best to complete the missions they have given us!

How to Participate in ZetaChain Testnet for Airdrop?

Before we starting, make sure to:

Starting on the Testnet:
  • Visit https://guild.xyz/zetachain.
  • Connect your wallet to the Polygon network, Twitter, and Discord.
  • Once you have claimed all NFTs in Galxe, you should have completed all tasks in Guild.

Here are some things we can do to participate in ZetaChain's testnet, my friends. What you need to do is complete as many missions as you can, for what purpose?

So that we have a better chance of getting an airdrop from ZetaChain when they are on the mainnet later.

But remember one thing, my friends, if we don't get it at all, don't be discouraged because at least we also gain an experience of knowing how to do a testnet on a blockchain network.

So in conclusion, I wish you all good luck!

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