Advantages of connecting Ethereum to Bitcoin Cash: Smartbch Side Chain test network now public

On Thursday, the Smart Bitcoin Cash team announced the launch of the Smartbch test network, announcing that decentralized app developers and developers can now try and develop the powerful EVM-compliant Bitcoin Cash sidechain. Additionally, Bitcoin.com News spoke with Wang Kui, lead developer of the Smartbch project. Smartbch CTO explained to our press office the inner workings of the side chain that can be connected to the Ethereum network. Testnet for Smart Bitcoin Cash, a Bitcoin Cash Layer-2 project is live In recent weeks, the Smartbch project has been a hot topic within the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) community. The reason for these discussions is that the Smartbch team has come up with a project that is compatible with EVM and Web3, but much cheaper in terms of transaction costs. This is because the Smartbch project is a sidechain built on Bitcoin Cash and benefits from the lower transaction fees of the BCH chain. Bitcoin.com has reported on the project several times since its announcement, and on April 29, the team announced that the Smartbch test network is now live. Testnet Smartbch allows creators and programmers of decentralized applications (dapps) to test and implement experimental projects using the test framework. Developers should read the recently published Smartbch testnet documentation before they start. The team's testnet announcement indicates that the BCH community is waiting for this project to be released and claims the project's Telegram channel is growing with members. For example, the Coinflex exchange asked the development team to test Smartbch's testnet while it is still hidden. "Metamask is connecting seamlessly and the robust code is working well. Coinflex CEO Mark Lamb said we have set up a DEX, created tokens … and everything is going well on our private test network." The Smartbch team said the concept is the first of its kind for Bitcoin Cash. and claims that BCH provides many benefits.

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