Mainnet Preparation: Pi Network Rewards Early Adopters with Release of 50 Million Coins to Mapping Pool

On May 9, Pi Network officially released 50 million Pi coins to the mapping pool as the network mapping work continued to make progress. Over the past few days, thousands of mapping addresses have been added to the mapping pool, indicating an increase in community member participation in the network mapping work.

The release of these 50 million Pi coins to the mapping pool is expected to incentivize community members to continue to map their networks and contribute to the development of the Pi Network. This move by Pi Network follows its commitment to reward early adopters and community members who contribute to the development of the network.

On May 8, the number of mapped addresses reached a record high of 17,710 in the history of Pi Network. This indicates an increase in the number of people participating in the mapping work and the growing popularity of the Pi Network.

The enthusiasm of community members for mapping work has also increased, with the highest number of mapped addresses in a single day reaching 119,881, which is a remarkable number. This is an indication of the growing interest in the Pi Network and the potential it holds.

The Pi Network is a decentralized digital currency that aims to create a more accessible and user-friendly blockchain. It was founded in 2019 by a group of Stanford graduates and has since grown to have over 14 million users worldwide.

Grace Owell

Written by Grace Owell

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