OKChain Blockchain Updates, Deploys New Single-Node Testnet Author: Max Moeller Last Updated: 10 July 2020 OKChain, a blockchain network put together by the OKEx cryptocurrency exchange, has just updated to v0.10.9, according to a press release from the group. On top of this, the platforms desktop application has gone open-source, and a spot leverage trading function it offers has finished its development, the release notes. Also, the release notes that “OKChain-Wasm single-node testnet — running on the WebAssembly, or Wasm, virtual machine — completed deployment of a single-node network. The CosmWasm-simulate tool was also completed, a tool developed for Cosmos’ Wasm-based smart contracting platform, CosmWasm.” Essentially, the development of the OKChain network seems to be moving along smoothly. Jay Hao, the CEO of OKEx, backs this up, stating: “As one of the most important infrastructures in the blockchain world, the development of OKChain has been advancing steadily. With more and more code going open-source, we are happy to see many excellent nodes and developers join the OKChain ecosystem, adding vitality to blockchain technology and OKChain. Recently, the stability test was completed. OKEx will continue to collaborate with the global community to roll out the OKChain mainnet soon.” The release notes that more applications are on their way to the platform as well.