Welcome to bull is coming official Zeta chain testnet guide on how to participate in Zetachain airdrop. However before we dive into this guide, if you don’t know what a testnet in cryptocurrency means, then kindly watch the video below because testnet is very important for every blockchain project, and you should take them very seriously as you can make wealth doing so
What is Zetachain
ZetaChain is the foundational, public blockchain that enables omnichain, generic smart contracts and messaging between any blockchain. It solves the problems of “cross-chain” and “multi-chain” and aims to open the crypto and global financial ecosystem to anyone. ZetaChain envisions and supports a truly fluid, multi-chain crypto ecosystem, where users and developers can move between and appreciate the benefits of any blockchain: payments, DeFi, liquidity, games, art, social graphs, performance, security, privacy, and so on.
Zetachain Key Features
Decentralized and public
ZetaChain is a decentralized and public blockchain network. It is built on Cosmos SDK and Tendermint Consensus. While many cross-chain solutions like bridges have varying, often centralized trust models that have a track record for being susceptible to exploits and hacks, ZetaChain is a Proof-of-Stake blockchain, where all transactions and activity on the platform — even cross-chain transactions — are fully transparent, verifiable, and function in a trust-minimized manner.
ZetaChain’s nodes have observers that monitor transactions on every connected chain. Through ZetaChain’s TSS architecture, the network can sign and verify transactions on every connected chain as a wallet can. By being able to read and write to connected chains in a secure, decentralized manner, these hyper-connected nodes provide a seamless omnichain environment for developers to build novel and powerful cross-chain applications on top of.
Omnichain message passing
A developer can pass messages (data + value) between chains and layers with simple function calls. Through message passing, a dApp developer can build powerful cross-chain applications by simply implementing a few functions within their existing smart contracts.
Learn how to build dApps using ZetaChain’s Connector here.
Omnichain smart contracts
Smart contracts can be deployed natively on ZetaChain that can read/write to connected chains. ZetaChain is the only public blockchain to support smart contracts with this capability, enabling a new paradigm of app development.
Managed external assets
ZetaChain’s network and dApps built on top of ZetaChain can manage assets and vaults of externally connected chains. This allows assets on any chain to be managed just as a smart contract on a single chain can manage assets on its respective chain. A dApp on ZetaChain can thus orchestrate and bring smart contract logic to any connected chain. This property applies to all chains, including non-smart-contract chains, like Bitcoin and Dogecoin.
Zeta Chain Testnet Guide
First, we go to the ZetaChain website and go through verification by connecting our Twitter account with the “Verify with Twitter” button.
In order to get test tokens, go to the faucet:
Polygon Mumbai: https://mumbaifaucet.com/
BSC Testnet: https://testnet.bnbchain.org/faucet-smart
Get registered, еnter the wallet address and get tokens.
You can also use an additional faucet in the project’s Discord Server, in the zeta-faucet channel, by sending a command in the following format: “zeta faucet drip *wallet address*”
After receiving the test tokens, we can go further to the “Swap” section. Here we will need to perform transactions. First, we select the network and the token we want to exchange, then we select the network and the token we want to receive in exchange. Then specify the quantity and click “Review Order”.
I advise you to take this Zeta chain testnet responsibly because they are building the future. If you encounter a bug or other problem, you can leave a bug report on the project’s discord in the “zeta chain testnet-feedback” channel. Leave reviews as wide as possible.
You can earn 10k+ ZETA Points by reporting a bug to them, with the amount depending on the issue’s severity. This is the fastest way to earn the most ZETA Points!