Ante Finance: Abbreviated Introduction
Ante stands for “Autonomous Native Testing Environment.” Ante is designed not only for security experts but also for new protocols or DeFi hobbyists because it contributes to a safer, more transparent DeFi ecosystem. Ante is building the Schelling Point for Decentralized Trust by providing a common ground for developers to write incentivized on-chain Smart Contract tests.
Ante Finance tries to address the lack of trust in blockchain protocols. In this sense, the project considers Ante Tests as public goods. The company distinguishes itself by creating a system where protocols stake their own tests to demonstrate trust in their code.
There are currently more than 80 Smart Contract Platforms, which amount to a market capitalization of $248 billion in November 2022. Ethereum dominates this landscape. Ante protocol is blockchain-agnostic, however, Ante v0.5 is currently live on Ethereum Mainnet and allows users to:
• Verify Ante Pools.
• Deploy his or her own Ante Pool from an Ante Test.
Ante Finance already has a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), an app that users can access via connecting their wallets to the web platform. The protocol has been through several internal and external audits. As of November 2022, it states on its website that it will soon release results of the latest Zellic audit on Ante v0.5.
The protocol has gone through several internal and external audits. The results of the latest audit are expected to be released soon.
A detailed roadmap of the project is yet to be released to the public.
The team contributing to the project remains anonymous, and the team building is still ongoing.
The entity steering the protocol development, Ante Foundation, is presumably based in the United States.
At this stage, there are no plans to issue a project token.
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