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EYWA Continues Alpha Testing With 54,000 NFTs for Participants

Mon, 02/21/2022 - 16:21
EYWA Continues Alpha Testing With 54,000 NFTs for Participants
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Good news, everyone!

Before the release of EYWA mainnet, alpha testing continues!

Many new participants have joined the alpha testing, and you can also get an Airdrop from EYWA and our partners.

EYWA project has prepared 54,000 NFT's of a different rarity for everyone who has successfully fulfilled the necessary conditions:

✔️ Completed the first three stages of alpha testing.

✔️ Subscribed to social networks.

EYWA Platform Updates

We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition of new networks and the inclusion of Solana network in the alpha testing of EYWA Protocol.

Partnerships and grants

January was the month for EYWA project to conclude strategic partnerships and receive grants to develop blockchain interconnections further.

EYWA had partnerships with Cheesus, Harmony One, and Near.

  • Aurora Grant-$ 50,000
  • Algorand Grant-$ 95,000
  • Harmony One Grant-$ 50,000
  • NEAR Foundation Grant-$ 40,000

Every day, EYWA Protocol receives more and more offers from large investment companies ready to support the project's development.


At the largest hackathon in Web 3 development, BUIDL IT – Polygon, the EYWA project became the TOP 40 most promising projects.

EYWA project also received an award in the DeFi Track nomination at Metis Stardust hackathon!

Genesi DAC Manager of Metis, Natalia Amelin, noted that EYWA platform is one of three developing and promising projects.

We have become the recipient of a grant from Algorand Foundation. The project noted that it believes in EYWA's decentralization philosophy.


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