The Linea project from the developers of ConsenSys has introduced a loyalty program aimed at increasing the use of the testnet solution of the second level.
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— Galxe (@Galxe) May 2, 2023
As part of the Linea Voyage campaign, users will receive NFTs for completing certain tasks using the testnet. The idea is to increase the load on the platform and explore various aspects of its operation in anticipation of the mainnet launch expected in the coming months.
Weekly tasks include the use of cross-chain protocols that support the Linea testnet, including Hop Protocol, Celer Network, Multichain and Connext.
To implement the loyalty program, the L2 project entered into a partnership with the Galxe platform. The latter was used by the Arbitrum, Optimism and Polygon projects. Often such campaigns ended with airdrops.
Linea’s layer 2 network uses zero-knowledge proof technology (ZK-Rollups).
The platform is fully compatible with EVM. This means that the solution supports the core network code, and developers can use existing tools and infrastructure.
Recall that on March 28, the Linea test network became public.
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