The Venom Foundation has announced the launch of the public testnet for its Layer-1 blockchain. The testnet allows developers and users to test dApps and bugs. The highly scalable blockchain infrastructure supports all types of decentralised applications, and the testnet’s launch marks a key milestone for the L1 ahead of its mainnet launch. Other than the testnet, Venom has also released multiple decentralised applications developed in-house as part of the L1’s growing ecosystem. To access the testnet, users have to first download the Venom Wallet and claim a free testnet allocation. Developers and other ecosystem users can begin to test-strain the network once they have claimed their allocation. DApps that can be tested include Venom Scan, VenomPools, Venom Bridge, Venom Stake and Web3.World. The programme should boost community building and further innovation within the ecosystem, according to the Venom Foundation.