- Fusion Network’s PSN to launch in the next few weeks
- Platform promises to address the challenges of interoperability
- Users participating in the trial run will be rewarded with FSN ERC-20 Tokens
FUSION Foundation has announced a trial period for its Payable Stage Network (PSN) ahead of the official launch that is expected in the next few weeks. The PSN aims to use Fusion’s technology to create a global platform that will facilitate blockchain interoperability.
Incentivizing Users to Participate in Trial Run
According to November 20, 2018, official blog post, the PSN will run on a test-net for a few weeks before its launch and transfer to the main net later in December 2018. The trial period will allow the early adopters have the first-hand experience on the technology’s ability to address the problems of interoperability as it is designed to enable “cross-border, cross-ledger, and cross-asset transactions on a secure, globally accessible platform.”
The foundation has asked those users who wish to take part in the trial run to keep their ERC-20 FSN tokens in secure wallets while those whose tokens are in cryptocurrency exchanges should withdraw them to their wallets until the Ethereum blockchain generates its 6,868,000th blocks. Users taking part in the trial run will be able to “earn FSN ERC-20 Token Rewards for Taking part in PSN Testing.”
FUSION is a blockchain-based finance platform that harmonizes the estimation of different blockchains or tokens into a single framework by administering and controlling different token private keys and creating an interface that incorporates associations and off-chain information sources.
FUSION views itself as an inclusive platform that intends to incorporate diverse blockchain tokens, different off-chain stages, and diverse information sources. It sees itself as a “blockchain freethinker convention of sorts” that plays an accompanying role.
By using detached control rights organization, FUSION will enable customers to view the number of different tokens on the platform, thereby making it possible to differentiate between proprietors and customers.
More Information to Follow Soon
The platform is presenting a cross-chain, cross-affiliation, and cross-information source open chain that drives the blockchain interoperability feature to a completely new level and makes it serviceable for money-related advancements that have not been possible so far. The company says it will use the PSN test period to street test the platform’s potential for practical implementation. The blog post adds that the trial will:
“Identify bugs, explore potential security vulnerabilities, enable regression testing, and refine the user experience. The rigorous quality assurance process must be performed on the PSN in order to determine when the Fusion MainNet goes live.”
FUSION has promised to release more detailed information about the PSN programs in the next few weeks including the reward system, the bug bounty program besides the platform’s features and functionality.