Djed Alliance, the steward of Djed stablecoin protocol, has announced that a new deployment of the Djed stablecoin protocol is now live on Milkomeda-C1, the EVM-compatible sidechain of Cardano.
A new deployment of the Djed stablecoin protocol is now live on Milkomeda-C1!— Djed Alliance (@DjedAlliance) April 28, 2023
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This would mark its third deployment and, more significantly, its first deployment on Solidity, the main programming language for writing smart contracts for the Ethereum blockchain. The new deployment is expected to create room for its expansion to several additional EVM-compatible blockchains.
In January of this year, the Djed stablecoin went live on the mainnet and has since shown growth in its utility.
Another significant development is that Dead Pxlz, a non-fungible token (NFT) project, will soon launch a new game in the Cardano ecosystem.
Dead Pxlz is using the Paima Engine, according to a tweet from Paima Studios, the company that created it, to produce the upcoming PXL Wars game.
Recent developments in Cardano ecosystem
Cardano builder IOG has published its most current weekly report, which highlights ecosystem developments.
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