EVA Mainnet Roadmap
In order to ensure the stability, security and completeness of Evanesco mainnet, the Evanesco team has formulated a detailed phased releases plan and testnet upgrade plan. The first phase Avis testnet, is a tesnet as cores of decentralized nodes and Gpow algorithm. The second phase Incendio network, combined with the primeval Avis network nodes and EVA’s core module to form a proven Layer0 network. The third phase Lumos network, complete EVA’s double-Layer consensus mechanism by coalescing DAO’s governance mechanism to become the beforehand network of mainnet.
The upcoming Avis network will become the first cornerstone of EVA cyber world.
Avis Network Plan
- Life Cycle
Avis estimates for 30–90 days, at least for 30 days. Base on the feedbacks and the development process, EVA team will continue to improve and iterate. When the development team confirms that the Avis network is stable and can be upgraded to the Incendio network, the Avis network will automatically complete the network switch through the upgrade. All mining processes will automatically continue. All users worldwide can participate in the construction of Avis network nodes according to the subsequent mining tutorials.
2. Network Status
Avis network adopts a double-Layer consensus. The upper layer is the consensus layer based on the PoS consensus algorithm. The decentralized network node layer will use GPoW for networking and mining. In terms of technical design, Avis network is expected to carry tens of thousands of network nodes to operate simultaneously.
3. Economic Model
In order to allow the community to actively participate in the construction of EVA network and ensure the authenticity of the test network, testnet token AVS will be exchangeable with EVA at a ratio of 1:1.
The block generation cycle of the Avis network is one incentive block every 10 minutes, and each minting block will generate 500 AVS. Also, Avis’s transaction blocks are produced in the 6s cycle to ensure Avis’ efficiently responded and accounted.
4. Network access conditions
A. Node staking. In order to ensure the quality needs of nodes’ online Layer0 services, EVA’s governance conditions require network nodes that provide service to stake a small amount of EVA Token.
B. Network equipment. A physical or virtual host that can be connected to Internet. Then, download ZKP circuits provided by EVA, stay online, computing termly and provide proofs to gain AVS Token. A standard PC can participate in networking and mining, and an upcoming mining tutorial will recommend the configuration parameters.
Advanced Staking of Avis Network
Since Avis is the first testnet of EVA to reduce participation difficulty, Avis provides two participation ways to community members.
Method 1: Staking EVA. EVA official website will release testnet entrance — Avis network entrance, users can entry through staking token entrance. (Achieve EVA through Uniswap.)
Method 2: Loaning EVA from the Fortress platform to stake. The upcoming Fortress V2.2 version will launch the Loan function for staking. Users who hold EVA tokens can lend to the pool to obtain income. The users who want to mine can pay the loan interest by paying a small number of EVA to obtain a fixed-period staking mining qualification. Thus users become a mining node to participate in mining, which also reduces the cost and thresholds of miners.
The Avis entrance and testnet program of EVA official website will be released around 8.23–8.27.
After the Avis network runs for one month, the EVA team will launch a swap service between AVS and Ethereum ERC20 EVA token, exchanging through the upcoming Fortress V2.2 Fortress Wallet.
The test program of Avis Network has been opened source and is undergoing final verification. EVA technology team will release the details gradually. If you are interested, please check it through EVA Github: https://github.com/Evanesco-Labs