Filecoin has invited all miners in the world to take part in the second phase of its Space Race competition, which aims to help prepare their main network or main network.
Filecoin stated in a post that after the large participation of miners in the first space race, which was attended by more than 356 miners from 32 countries around the world, and after the results of its first iteration, it chose to run Space Race 2.
The second space race is open to everyone from September 14th to October 5th.
According to Filecoin The experiment consists of two tracks to ensure that community members practice and test different parts of the network. The first is for storage miners who want to further test and scale the network, and the other for Filecoin customers and application and tool developers. It will encourage them to make storage and retrieval arrangements so they can prepare for the mainnet.
The company said there are two goals for completing the second phase of the space race; The first is to create a suitable economic simulation that will examine the impact of factors such as block rewards and gas rates. The second is to simulate suitable markets, especially with the imminent transition to the mainnet, which means a robust, global and decentralized storage network for human information.
Filecoin has announced that it is on track to launch its mainnet in June, despite hoping to launch the mainnet in the summer.