IOHK to Collab With SundaeSwap on Their Cardano Testnet Launch
- IOHK collab with SundaeSwap on their Cardano testnet launch.
- SundaeSwap can be the first Cardano dApps ready for public use.
InputOutput says they are collaborating with SundaeSwap on their Cardano testnet launch, kicking off Sunday, December 5, 2021. In fact, IOHK caught up with Pi Lanningham, Chief Information Officer to talk about the launch, and the growing Cardano ecosystem.
To test the network parameters and the user experience prior to mainnet launch. After months of teasing, the up-and-coming Cardano DEX SundaeSwap testnet will officially launch. In the run-up to Alonzo’s launch, different dApp projects have come forward to announce their proposal to build on Cardano. To name a few, Adax, Liqwid, Charli3, and SundaeSwap.
But, SundaeSwap similar to the likes of BNB’s PancakeSwap, or Ethereum’s SushiSwap, has seemingly grabbed the attention of the Cardano crowd. To this end, it appears as if SundaeSwap can be the first Cardano dApps ready for public use.
The project says the purpose of the launch of its testnet on December 5 is to iron out issues in a live environment using public testers. Lastly, as referenced by IOHK CEO Charles Hoskinson, who talked about improving the Plutus Utility Backend to support dApps in the latest video, SundaeSwap says the testnet can be a change to research its parameters.