- Fusion (FSN) Payable Staged Network has gone live on the testnet
- The new PSN features a fusion wallet, a node monitor and quantum swap
On the 28th of December 2018, the Fusion Foundation announced the launch of its Payable Staged Network. The new Network will offer a variety of features outlined in its whitepaper.
“As a team I believe we’ve gone above and beyond any other testnet launch with our Payable Staged Network. We couldn’t have done it without the support of the Fusion Community. It’s a thrill to invite everyone to try the PSN!” Said DJ Qian, who worked on the project.
Some of the features of the PSN include
The fusion wallet allows its users to access P-FSN test tokens, time-lock and create assets. The open-sourced wallet also allows the claiming of the users’ Short Account Number.
The fusion wallet has been called the most feature-rich wallet launched on any testnet.
Staking: The announcement also made mention of users being able to gain FSN ERC-20 rewards through staking. A tutorial was also uploaded to show users how to set up their nodes and stake.
Fusion block explorer: This explorer allows the tracking of transactions, price, block height, block time, addresses and activity on the testnet.
Node monitor: Users will be able to monitor their activities such as hashrate, difficulty and block time.
Quantum swap: Fusion’s PSN features a quantum swap that doesn’t require smart contracts or third-parties.
The PSN also features a number of resources for the benefit of the user such as a Trello board that is home to information about the wallet development process, and an information hub. There is also a PSN Code, Open Gateway Node for Developers and the Fusion API Gateway
The PSN will soon feature support for a wider range of browsers beyond the current one that only runs on Chrome. There will also be support for ERC-20.
A Quantum Swap UI has also been announced to be coming in the new few weeks.
The Foundation also appealed to the community to submit feedback and also to expect more features in 2019.
“We look forward to evolving and enhancing the modules in the coming months and the innovation of the community as you take these tools to create solutions that the world has not seen yet. 2019 will be an exciting year for Fusion!,” the announcement said.