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Tea Protocol Announces Incentivized Testnet Launch, Setting a New Paradigm in Open-Source Software

San Francisco, Puerto Rico, January 29th, 2024, Chainwire

Protocol has announced the launch of its highly anticipated Incentivized Testnet on February 21st, 2024. The Protocol seamlessly bridges Web2 open-source codebases to Web3 to enhance their sustainability and provide fair rewards to open-source developers. Additionally, provides developers access to its incentivized community of vulnerability reporters and is cross-compatible with major package managers including Homebrew, npm, APT, Crate, PyPI, RubyGems, and pkgx.

Beginning February 21st, 2024, any open-source developer can interact with The Protocol and begin earning rewards for their contributions. All community members, including non-developers, will also be encouraged to access The Protocol via a series of incentivized activities on the blockchain.

This critical step towards the launch of the Protocol will allow all participants to immerse themselves into the fully composable open-source ecosystem created by the Protocol.

The Incentivized Testnet: A Stepping Stone to Mainnet Success

The upcoming Incentivized Testnet marks a significant step in the Protocol's journey toward launching a robust Mainnet on the Base blockchain. This Testnet phase is crucial for ensuring a thriving, efficient, and secure network for all participants.

Five Key Features of the Incentivized Testnet to Explore on tea.xyz

  1. Waitlist Availability: The waitlist for the incentivized testnet, launching on February 21st, offers a limited opportunity for interested users.
  2. Insight into $TEA Tokenomics: The economic model driving the protocol is detailed, offering clarity and depth of understanding.
  3. Comprehensive Documentation Access: Extensive resources are available, providing a thorough understanding of the protocol.
  4. Insight into teaRank for Projects: Projects can ascertain their position within the open-source ecosystem and understand their eligibility for rewards.
  5. tea Points Accumulation: The ITN presents opportunities for both developers and non-developers to engage in challenges and quests, facilitating the accumulation of tea points.

Joining the Incentivized Testnet and exploring tea.xyz offers an opportunity to be part of a pioneering movement in open-source software. It's a chance to engage with a forward-thinking community, understand tokenomics, and utilize the teaRank system for project visibility and rewards. 

A Message from Max Howell, tea's Visionary Founder

Max Howell, the creator of Homebrew and the driving force behind , expresses his enthusiasm: "The launch of the incentivized testnet for the Protocol is a landmark achievement for open-source developers and advocates worldwide. With the incentivized testnet, is not only introducing a technological marvel but also reinforcing its commitment to revitalizing the open-source community.”

About tea

is a trailblazing web3 protocol built on Base, the layer-2 blockchain from Coinbase. It is designed to empower open-source software developers to capture the value they create. At the heart of the Protocol is the Proof of Contribution algorithm, which measures the value, position, and impact of open-source software projects. Proof of Contribution assigns a dynamic “teaRank” to each project which is used by the protocol to distribute rewards. Proof of Contribution ensures that every layer of a software project, especially foundational elements, is recognized and rewarded for its contribution and promotes healthy competition amongst projects to continually improve their codebase and usage by other projects within the ecosystem.

The communi'tea invites users to explore the forefront of open-source software through its platform. Detailed information is accessible at www.tea.xyz to learn more and connect with tea on TwitterteaForumDiscordTelegram for the latest updates and discussions.

Head of MarketingDan Mulligan[email protected]
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 2/2/2024

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