Sentinel Initiates Bandwidth Sharing on the Cosmos IBC Testnet
Sentinel is pleased to announce that bandwidth sharing will become available for testing on the Sentinel Turing-4 Cosmos IBC-enabled testnet starting in May. This transition marks a significant leap forward for the development of decentralized applications (dApps) that can be built on top of the Sentinel protocol as part of its up-and-coming provably private Web3 stack.
Sentinel has supported Cosmos from the very beginning. Cosmos IBC, which went live in February, enables dApps building on the Cosmos blockchain to interoperate with other blockchains in a fast and seamless way. As a result of the testnet migration, Sentinel users will be able to take advantage of the underlying Tendermint byzantine fault tolerant (BFT) protocol to enable cross-blockchain compatibility with instant finality.