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Cudos Announces The Launch of a Brand New Incentivised Testnet Programme: Project Artemis!🚀🌕

Here at Cudos HQ, we’ve been working extremely hard on our Private Testnet which is now live, we’ve introduced our first development phase “Cognitum” and since then we’ve made quite a lot of progress.

This marks a key milestone in our journey to becoming the world’s largest distributed compute network, and now it’s time to take another giant leap. Introducing our Incentivised Testnet program: Project Artemis.

You might be wondering why we’ve gone with the name “Project Artemis”, Artemis is the name of NASA’s next mission to the moon in collaboration with Space X and as we’re on our own mission to the ‘moon’ we decided that it would be the perfect name for our incentivised testnet program.

Project Artemis is a step towards a rollout, which will culminate in Cudos Network going to mainnet, which currently looms around the corner. With that, the realization of a distributed compute network that will host and facilitate the development of several dApps, from NFT’s and online games to video rendering services. Definitely very exciting times.

For Project Artemis, we’re looking for enthusiastic developers and Web3 natives to explore our testnet and be some of the first users to test the functionality of our new blockchain. We’ll be rewarding all participants with CUDOS in an airdrop at the conclusion of each phase.

The signup form for brave Cudo-naughts is now open and can be found here, we need a few pieces of info to ensure we can distribute tokens in the airdrop:

Project Artemis will be broken up into 3 phases

Phase 1: Apollo
Phase 2: Buzz
Phase 3: Armstrong

We will be releasing more details regarding Project Artemis in the coming weeks so please stay tuned via the channels below. This may be one small step, but in the grand scheme of things, this is one giant leap for the cloud industry and blockchain technology.

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