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Shibarium’s New Look: Puppyscan Revamped Amidst Surging Transactions

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  • Redesign Milestone: Shiba Inu’s team unveils a refreshed Puppyscan for the Shibarium testnet, enhancing user navigation.
  • Explosive Growth: Puppynet sees a phenomenal rise with 7 million new wallets added in just three days.

A Glimpse into Puppyscan’s Makeover

Shiba Inu’s development ensemble has recently unveiled an elegant redesign of the Puppyscan, a block explorer tailored for the Shibarium beta network known as Puppynet. This rejuvenation is all about refining the user experience.

For those unfamiliar, a block explorer is a search engine that allows users to explore blocks, addresses, and transactions on the blockchain. In the case of Puppyscan, it’s specific to the Shibarium testnet. Lucie, a Shiba Inu marketing connoisseur, brought the crypto community’s attention to this revamp, adding another layer of anticipation to the forthcoming public relaunch of the Shibarium mainnet.

Stellar Stats from the Testnet

In spite of the temporary halt on the Shibarium mainnet to pave the way for further enhancements, Puppynet’s metrics have skyrocketed. This surge, both in wallet addresses and transaction volume, is telling of the growing interest in the Shiba Inu project.

To give you a clearer picture: as of now, Puppynet proudly hosts an impressive 17,070,346 wallets. This is not just a number but a reflection of its meteoric rise, given that only three days ago, the figure was around 10.4 million. This means an addition of nearly 7 million wallets in a rather short span.

Moreover, the transaction count on the testnet has touched a notable peak, recording a whopping 36,787,365 transactions. Delving into the technical aspects, the average block time (the time taken to produce a new block or data set on the blockchain) sits at a nimble 6.8 seconds, with the total blocks on the network now exceeding 2.2 million.

The fervent engagement with Puppynet undeniably hints at the community’s growing impatience and excitement for the Shibarium mainnet’s transition from its current private status to a more public one. And as BONE tokens (a token associated with the Shiba Inu ecosystem) begin to reflect in users’ wallets, many speculate that Shibarium’s public comeback might just be around the corner.

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Godfrey Benjamin
Godfrey Benjamin
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