The Shiba Inu development team has given Shibarium testnet explorer — Puppyscan — a fresh look to enhance user experience.
Shiba Inu proponents witnessed another reason to be excited while awaiting the public relaunch of the Shibarium mainnet. Lucie, a Shiba Inu marketing specialist, noted today that the team has given Puppyscan a new look.
The latest development aims to improve the user experience when utilizing Puppyscan, the block explorer for the Shibarium beta network Puppynet.
Meanwhile, Puppyscan got a new look!
Very 🥵 pic.twitter.com/pfbwwKw1An
— 𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐈𝐄 | Summer of Shibarium (@LucieSHIB) August 24, 2023
Recall that the Puppynet beta network went live early this year, while the Shibarium mainnet was launched last week during the Blockchain Futurist Conference. With Puppyscan’s new look, users can easily navigate the platform to access needed data.
Rising Metrics on Puppynet
Despite the interim pause of the Shibarium mainnet for further development, wallet addresses connected to Puppynet have increased dramatically in the past week. Likewise, total transactions on the testnet reached a new milestone.
With exactly 17,070,346 wallets connected to Puppynet at press time, the Shibarium testnet boasts a total transaction of 36,787,365. As of August 21, total wallet addresses on Puppynet slightly surpassed 10.4 million, as reported by The Crypto Basic.
This indicates that Puppynet added nearly 7 million new wallets within three days. At the time of writing, the average block time on the network stands at 6.8 seconds, with total blocks on the network surpassing 2.2 million.
The increasing engagement on Puppynet indicates that Shiba Inu proponents are eagerly anticipating the movement of the Shibarium mainnet from the current private to the public mode.