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Interop Spotlight - AtomicDEX Stress Test

Ravencoin, NavCoin, and Verus are joining Komodo for the greatest stress test of all time. We’ll release more details about the event later this week, but first, let’s preview our Interop Spotlight communities.

Reminder: Registration for the stress test is now open. Download AtomicDEX and sign up for your chance to win your share of $500 in crypto during the Interop Spotlight. We're also having other contests throughout the event where you can win free KMD, QTUM, EMC2, FIRO, and other coins.

Earn Free RVN, NAV, and VRSC

The Interop Spotlight is one of several events that will be happening throughout the AtomicDEX Stress Test on December 12 & 13. Users will be earning free crypto by trading testnet coins on AtomicDEX.

If you haven’t done so already, register early for the stress test to boost your odds of winning prizes. Stay tuned to the Komodo blog and social media channels as we announce the Interop Spotlight timeslot for the swap event and livestream later this week.

Komodo Is Interoperable DeFi

Komodo is a garage for developers focused on building open-source applications, with AtomicDEX ultimately aiming to provide a cross-chain/cross-protocol bridge that connects all blockchains together. The Komodo DeFi vision is about connecting all blockchain protocols together. We on our journey to make this vision a reality — with support for 20+ blockchain networks currently available. The AtomicDEX Stress Test is crucial to Komodo’s goal of building a scalable network and a significant step towards making AtomicDEX the holy grail of DEXs.

The Interop Spotlight consists of three projects built on UTXO-based blockchain networks: Ravencoin, NavCoin, and Verus. For these projects, AtomicDEX is one of the very few decentralized, trustless, and non-custodial solutions for trading. That’s why it’s so important to test AtomicDEX to the limits and keep advancing atomic swap technology.

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