Last week, I deployed my blog to Akash TestNet, making Akash the first decentralized cloud to run a full ruby-based web […]
Last week, I deployed my blog to Akash TestNet, making Akash the first decentralized cloud to run a full ruby-based web app!
Today, I’m happy to report that Akash successfully passed the first barrier by exceeding the 100-hour keepalive threshold.
Even though our roadmap says our TestNet will be made available in September, I’m confident our team will get it out much sooner than that!
The moments leading to a launch are always fascinating — especially when breaking new ground — if you want the inside scoop of the Akash TestNet launch, check out our telegram @ https://t.me/AkashNW
Since this is permissionless and public blockchain, you can find the proof by exploring our testnet. Install instructions for OSX (for Linux see https://github.com/ovrclk/akash#arch-linux):
$ brew tap ovrclk/tap $ brew install akash
Explore providers, leases, and deployments:
$ akash query provider -n http://node-0.147.75.70.13.nip.io:80 $ akash query deployment -n http://node-0.147.75.70.13.nip.io:80 $ akash query lease -n http://node-0.147.75.70.13.nip.io:80
Onward and upward!
Greg and Akash Team
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