📄️ Incentivized Testnet Tasks
MXC Token is already listed on Coinbase, Kraken, Crypto.com and Binance.us, there is no Presale or Public sale.
📄️ Configure Wallet
This guide help you connect your wallet to MXC (Wannsee testnet). There are two networks to configure your wallet with:
📄️ Receive Tokens
This guide will help you receive testnet tokens for Wannsee testnet and Arbitrum Goerli from the faucet(s).
📄️ Use the Bridge
This guide will help you use the bridge to send tokens between Arbitrum Goerli and MXC (Wannsee testnet). You can read more about how bridging works here.
📄️ Run MXC Supernode
This guide will walk you through the process of operating a MXC supernode via simple-mxc-node. You will be able to:
📄️ Enable a Prover
Only the first prover can get the reward, and others will be rejected by the protocol smart contract. This means the fastest prover will be able to prove the block and earn the reward, if you have just the minimum hardware outlined in the prerequisited below, running a single prover, it's unlikely you will be able to prove any blocks (because you will be competing against other high-performance provers).
📄️ Deploy a Contract
Make sure you are using a test / throwaway wallet, to be safe. Don't ever reveal the private key of your main wallet!
📄️ Blockchain Indexer
An indexer typically refers to a third-party service that offers API pricing models.
📄️ Build a Dapp
This guide will help you build a dapp on MXC (Wannsee testnet)! The starter dapp highlights an important feature of MXC: sending secure cross-chain messages between Arbitrum and MXC. Read more about cross-chain messaging here.
📄️ Get Hexagon Domain
This guide will help you get an MXC domain name and show you how to name a hexagon with the your domain name.
📄️ Name a Hexagon
This guide will help you name a Hexagon using any of your Hexagon Domain Name
📄️ Use L3 Bridge
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