- Daniel Finley
Findora’s Prism++ Testnet Campaign
Help us build ZK in Web3 and earn exclusive rewards in the process
This week, we announced a ground-breaking achievement: Prism++. Now that it is live on testnet, we will need your help to test it!
What is Prism++? It is a breakthrough upgrade to Prism Transfer that adds support for FRC20, FRC721 and FRC1155 tokens on Findora’s zk-ledger. This upgrade doesn’t just bring zk to all EVM tokens and NFTs – when combined with other Findora tools, this paves the way to giving users control of their on-chain data.
What Discreet Labs has achieved in Prism++ is a major milestone for ZK in Web3. But building can’t be done by engineers alone! We need your help to test the system, suggest improvements, and make sure it is ready for mainnet.
So, we are launching this Testnet Campaign to invite the community to build with us. Those who complete the entire campaign, thus going from Prism Peasant to Pioneer, will receive:
- 5 stunning NFT badges on Project Galxe
- A share in the $10,000 prize pool
- Our eternal thanks and gratitude
We want to thank you for your effort in building ZK in Web!
To test Prism++, you’ll embark on a journey from Prism Peasant to Prism Pioneer. Your rank will increase with each task you complete.
The process is simple and easy:
- Download the Findora testnet wallet here.
- Sign up for the campaign on Project Galxe
- Complete Prism++ transfer with FRC20 tokens
- Level Up!
- Repeat step-3 for FRC721 and FRC1155
- Repeat step-3 for USDT on mainnet (after April 10)
- Become a Prism++ Pioneer
You’ll keep leveling up as you complete more tasks and Prism++ Transfer Loops. To complete a Prism++ Transfer Loop, you will first
- transfer tokens from an EVM wallet to a UTXO wallet using Prism++
- Then you’ll confidentially transfer those tokens between two UTXO wallets
- Transferring them back to the original EVM wallet using Prism++
Helps Us Improve Prism++
Your feedback is essential for us to make the best product possible and every voice will be heard.
Campaign Tasks and Ranks
To start, download the Findora testnet wallet and generate two wallet addresses on UTXO (fra…).
NOTE: If you have a Findora wallet already, be sure to export your private keys before downloading the testnet wallet! This is best practice for any wallet because the private keys will allow you to recover your wallet if anything happens.
Once you have the testnet wallet downloaded, you can get testent FRA tokens for gas and get testnet FRC20, FRC721, and FRC1155 tokens for performing the transfer loop.
With you new wallet, you can sign up for the campaign on Project Galxe here. Once this is completed, you’ll have already earned Peasant Badge!
There are five tasks you’ll need to complete. Here they are with their corresponding rank:
NOTE: Be sure to always use the same EVM wallet address (“0x…”) that you used to sign up for the campaign on Project Galxe to do your Prism++ transfers both on Anvil Testnet and the Findora Mainnet. That’s also the wallet address to which we will airdrop rewards.
Rules and Rewards
The campaign will run from March 24th to April 20th.
There is a grand prize pool of $10,000 for addresses that earn all 5 badges (called OATs on Project Galxe which stands for On-Chain Achievement Token). 2,000 addresses that collect all 5 badges will share in the $10,000 grand prize pool, earning $5 each.
You can claim the badges as you progress on Project Galxe, but it may take some time for your participation to be verified. Please wait at least a couple of days after completing tasks before claiming your badge (OAT).
Make sure that the EVM address you use for Prism++ Transfers is the same as the one used to sign up for the campaign with Project Galxe. Also, be sure to use the same UTXO addresses for confidential transactions for each task. We’ll only be able to give you credit for your progress if you use the same UTXO addresses for each badge.
We have some written resources below that will walk you through each step with screenshots.
Safety First: Before downloading the testnet Findora Wallet, export your Private Keys from your existing Findora wallet. It’s best practice to always export and save your private keys with any wallet which you are upgrading or testing. If something happens, you can always regenerate your wallet with the private keys.
Here are some video walkthroughs to help you through the campaign:
Findora is a Layer-1 protocol delivering zero-knowledge solutions to Web3.
Findora integrates two ledgers into a single chain: an EVM ledger for interoperability and a UXTO ledger optimized for zk operations. This dual-layer architecture lets Findora encrypt blockchain data for programmable transparency and public use. By providing new use cases, Findora’s zk tech prepares Web3 for real-world adoption.
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